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Friday, June 26 • 3:00pm - 4:10pm
Transformative Space: A Look at Talmudic Conceptions of the Huppah

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"Abraham Joshua Heschel taught that Judaism is based in time," began a graduate course description in Talmud, "We are going to explore the realms of Jewish space." In this session we will dive into a few cryptic mentions of Huppah and marriage laws in the Talmud, exploring and discovering some understanding of how this particular once-in-a-lifetime space transforms the lives of individuals forever. Married or not, if you love Talmud or are new to it, this will be a fun ride.

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Elizheva Hurvich

Bay Area native Elizheva Hurvich holds a B.A. in Women's Studies from Cal and an M.A. in Jewish Art and Material Culture from JTS and Columbia. She has worked as a Jewish educator for many years, crafting huppot and tallitot in her spare time.

Friday June 26, 2015 3:00pm - 4:10pm PDT
Sonoma Valley SC2083

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