Young Adults: Food, Faith, and Conflict: Eating Judaism
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Food, Faith, and Conflict: Eating Judaism
Spend shabbat afternoon and celebrate havdalah with Congregation Emanu-El's Young Adult Community and Dr. Leah Hochman, Emanu-El's fall Scholar-in-Residence. Together, over appetizers and wine, Dr. Hochman will discuss Food, Faith, and Conflict: Eating Judaism.
Dr. Leah Hochman directs the Louchheim School for Judaic Studies at the University of Southern California and is associate professor of Jewish Thought at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in Los Angeles.
She received her B.A. from Pitzer College and her M.A./Ph.D. in religion and literature from Boston University; her dissertation treated Moses Mendelssohn’s theories of religion and language. She held a post-doctoral fellowship at the Moses Mendelssohn Zentrum and has been a fellow at the Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies, the Simon Dubnow Institute in Leipzig, and the Einstein Forum in Potsdam. She taught previously at the University of Florida and Boston University.
This lecture sponsored by the Charles Michael Lecture Endowment Fund and is free and open to the young adult community.
Space is limited; please be sure to register.
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