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A Zoom Lunch and Learn with Dr. Elai Rettig

Dr. Elai Rettig is the Israel Institute Teaching Fellow in Israeli and Environmental Studies at Washington University in St. Louis. In this four-part series, Professor Rettig will explore the history of Israel’s foreign policy relationship with the US, including the role that diaspora Jewish communities play in Israel’s foreign policy and Israel’s changing role in the Middle East with the recent UAE agreement.

Creativity Out of Crisis: Using Ancient Jewish Wisdom to Reimagine What’s Possible

This interactive webinar will discuss the nature of creativity and what’s authentically Jewish about the imagination. We’ll look at how some of the world’s best thinkers and artists created rituals in space and time to unleash the muse in each of us and how personal inspiration can help us overcome dark days. 

Exploring the Land, Crossroads of Our Faith

SESSION DATES December 13, January 10, February 14, March 14 11:30 am – 12:45 pm   SESSION ONE: JERUSALEM – A CENTER OF THREE GREAT MONOTHEISTIC RELIGIONS Jerusalem, a microcosm of Israel, will give us a window into the Land of Israel and its three monotheistic religions. Beginning with an overlook on the city, we…