Poland and Ukraine—New Insights into Jewish Civilization with Moshe Rosman, Professor of Jewish History at Bar Ilan University in Israel. He has conducted extensive research in Eastern European archives and specializes in integrating Jewish, Polish and other sources. He is a two time recipient of the National Jewish Book Award.
Thursday, April 30 at 7:30 pm
Surprising Voices of Jewish Women in Early Modern Poland
Prof. Rosman examines how Jewish women in the early modern period participated in Jewish culture, public and private religious ritual, education and intellectual life.
Friday, May 1 at 6:30 pm
Following Kabbalat Shabbat service, join us for a delicious dinner at 7:30 pm and lecture with Prof. Rosman on The ‘Golden Age’ of Polish and Ukrainian Jewry?
Dinner by advance reservation only. Call 416-781-3511 by Monday, April 27 to reserve.
Adults: $38, Youth 5-14: $18, Children 1-4: $6
Shabbat, May 2 – Service 8:45 am
Pulpit Address: The New History of Hasidism
A new interpretation of how Hasidism began and developed in its early stages. Following services, Prof. Rosman will continue with Q & A during Kiddush.