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This course is for students who already know the Hebrew alphabet and can read several Hebrew words and phrases. Students will review prior learning and be taught additional Hebrew prayers for Shabbat and holidays. The history of the Hebrew language and structure will also be explored, in addition to modern Hebrew vocabulary related to holidays, […]Find out more »
Mussar is a Jewish path of contemplative practices and exercises that have evolved over the past thousand years. Through Mussar, each individual works on their own personal self-directed curriculum in an effort to practice the way they want to be in the world. Mussar for Teens Challenges and Choices: A Jewish Teen's Guide to a […]Find out more »
Part of the David Blitzer Lecture Series - Professor Elliot Wolfson hosts a book discussion on his most recent book: "The Duplicity of Philosophy's Shadow: Heidegger, Nazism, and the Jewish Other" Location: 107 Capen Hall, University at Buffalo This event is co-sponsored with The Department of Comparative Literature. Check https://arts-sciences.buffalo.edu/jewish-thought.html for the most up to […]Find out more »
This basic introductory Hebrew reading course is for beginners interested in learning the Hebrew alphabet, grammar and vocabulary. During the process of teaching the letters and vowels, students will start reading prayers for Shabbat, synagogue services and traditional blessings. The goal of the course is for students to become familiar enough with Hebrew to be […]Find out more »