Proud to be included in this series–really hoping to see some of my Florida friends in February! Here’s a recent video on the same topic (really an introduction):Read More Speaking about Ramchal in Surfside, FL (February)
Hold off on the letters, please! Everything’s in.Read More Thank You So Much!
Nominated for a Covenant Award—I need your support!Read More Urgent! I need letters of recommendation right away
Twelve Lectures on Mesilat Yesharim, Lecture One. Offered in conjunction with a class I plan to begin this Shabbat at the Young Israel of Lawrence-Cedarhurst.Read More What is the Mesilat Yesharim?
Brief overview of the life and works of Bertha Pappenheim. Although she is often recognized as “Anna O,” who had a huge influence on the history of psychoanalysis, most of her life was actually dedicated to the rights and protection of women and children.Read More Who Was Bertha Pappenheim? Jews of the Danube Pt. 5
Final lecture of the Fall 2018 lectures in Jewish History. No hard questions, please.Read More Monday @ 7: Bertha Pappenheim
How could it hurt?Read More This Chanukah, buy some books for your former friends.
Part Four of the Jews of the Danube series. Filmed in a new location without my usual technical support–sorry for the lower video and audio quality, but the lecture is ok. To see the visuals better, please click here. Next week we are back at our usual location with IT support!Read More Who Was Max Nordau?
Taught Freud a thing or two.Read More Monday Night: Bertha Pappenheim
Okay, this is cool: just saw the trailer for a documentary project I worked on several months ago. I can’t wait to see the whole thing! I was especially honored to work with Dr. Lawrence Schiffman, world expert on the Dead Sea Scrolls and senior scholar in Jewish history (he’s the last talking head in […]Read More Trailer for The Fatal Conflict: Judea and Rome