Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Announcements #003

  • Announcing the publication of Tradition 40:3 (Fall 2007). Subscribe here and receive new issues.

  • The Yeshiva University Center for Jewish Law and Contemporary Civilization at Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law presents "Military Ethics in an Age of Terrorism: Comparative Perspectives"
    October 28, 2007, 6:00-8:00pm, Moot Court Room, Cardozo Law School, 55 Fifth Avenue at 12th Street

  • Kollel Yom Rishon
    Sunday, Oct. 28 -- Rabbi Shmuel Maybruch at 9:30 am and Rabbi Jeremy Weider at 10:30 am (topics TBA)
    YU's Wilf Campus (Furst Hall Room 501, Corner of 185th St and Amsterdam Ave)

    Midreshet Yom Rishon
    Sunday Oct. 28 -- Rabbi Meir Goldwicht at 9:30 am and Dr. Smadar Rosensweig at 10:30 am (topics TBA)
    YU's Wilf Campus (Schottenstein Center, West 185th St Between Audobon Ave and St. Nicholas Ave)

  • Nefesh B'Nefesh: Israel & The Diaspora: Our State, Our Statement, Our Destiny. Inspiration Lecture Series featuring Rabbi Yehoshua Fass and Ambassador Danny Ayalon.
    • Monday, Oct. 22, 8-10 pm at the Young Israel of Woodmere, 859 Peninsula Boulevard, Woodmere, NY
    • Tuesday, Oct. 23, 8-10 pm at the Young Israel of Holliswood, 86-25 Francis Lewis Boulevard, Holliswood, NY
    • Wednesday, Oct. 24, 8-10 pm at Shomrei Emunah Congregation, 6221 Greenspring Avenue, Baltimore, MD

  • e-TIM is now free! Sign up here and start learning today. Courses include:
    • How the Academic Study of Talmud can Enhance the Beit Midrash with Rabbi Jeremy Wieder
    • Understanding the Text: How our Ancestors Really Learned Talmud with Rabbi Dr. Pinchas Hayman
    • Architects of Modern Orthodoxy with Dr. Marc Shapiro
    • We will Do, but will we Hear? The Reasons for the Commandments through the Generations wih Dr. Yoel Finkelman
    • Midnight Midrash with Rabbi Menachem Leibtag
    • Sefer Tehillim with Shani Taragin
    • Understanding the Commentaries with Rabbi Alex Israel
    • Parsha Perspectives in conjunction with the Rabbinical Council of America

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