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Building Jewish Pluralism- Self Paced Learning is a Course

Building Jewish Pluralism- Self Paced Learning

Ended Apr 30, 2018

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In Partnership with Project Zug

Full Description:
Want to think more deeply about how and why pluralism works? How do we handle issues of political or religious difference on campus? Find a chevruta (study partner), or we’ll find one for you; pick any time of day, any day of the week, and join this self-directed 4-part course at Project Zug course: Building Jewish Pluralism

Session 1: Five Ways of Affiliating with Judaism
Session 2: Three Models of Pluralism
Session 3: Pluralism Has Its Limits
Session 4: Applications & Case Studies

TO ENROLL: Click here and then click “start now” on the course page and fill out all of your details. On the second page check off “I have a registration code” and enter “HILLELU” for the discount code. This course, along with all other Project Zug courses is free for all Hillel professionals and students. 


REGISTER HERE FOR ADDITIONAL LEARNING with RABBI YONAH HAIN:

  • Once you’ve completed the first two sessions of the Project Zug course: Building Jewish Pluralism, you are invited to join Rabbi Yonah Hain, Campus Rabbi at Columbia/Barnard Hillel, for a discussion of the first two sessions on February 13, 12:30-1:30 pm ET. Click here to register

  • Once you’ve completed all four session of the Project Zug course: Building Jewish Pluralism, you are invited to join Rabbi Yonah Hain, Campus Rabbi at Columbia/Barnard Hillel, for a discussion of all four sessions on March 13, 12:30-1:30 pm ETClick here to register.

This course is for:
Any professional who has struggled with issues of religious pluralism on campus.

What will you gain?:

A nuanced understanding of different conceptions of pluralism, including the limits of pluralism, and specific case studies to test these ideas. And, a deep relationship with your chevruta (study-partner).

Project Zug:

Project Zug is an innovative initiative employing the ancient Jewish method of “chavruta” with modern technology of distance learning (like Skype), to bring together two Jews for online pluralistic study. Project Zug will pair you with a hevruta to learn together online at a time that is convenient for both of you and your Chavruta.


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