On Tuesday, Nov. 13, following Minyan at 7:30 p.m., Congregation Beth Judea welcomes Shoshana Cohen, the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism scholar in Residence, who will talk on human obligation toward nature.
Shoshana Cohen, co-founder of Yeshivat Talpiot, teaches Tanakh, Midrash and Gender and Judaism at the Conservative Yeshiva. Shoshana is a research fellow at the Hartman Institute's Seder Nashim Beit Midrash for Gender and Judaism where she also completed the Melamdim Educator's program. She is a graduate student in Ancient Jewish History at Hebrew University and has a BA from Brandeis University in Judaic Studies. In addition to studying at Midreshet Lindenbaum, Shoshana is a graduate of the Advanced Talmud Institute at Matan, and was one of the founding faculty members of Yeshivat Hadar in New York.
She now lives in Jerusalem with her husband and two small children.
There is no cost to attend this program, and it is open to the community.
Beth Judea is located on IL Route 83 and Hilltop Road, Long Grove. For further information please call the synagogue office at 847-634-0777 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.