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What's Happening @ JWA

JWA Hosts New Me’ah Class in Brookline, MA, Me’ah: A Gendered Lens on Jewish History

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Beginning in October 2015, JWA and Hebrew College offer a course that meets weekly over four semesters (through Spring 2017). This first-ever Me’ah class focused on women is taught by Hebrew College instructors and JWA Executive Director Judith Rosenbaum, Ph.D., and will explore Jewish history from Bible through modern times, with particular attention to women's experiences and the role of gender in Jewish life and thought. Learn more about Me'ah.

Me’ah: A Gendered Lens on History
Tuesdays, 7 to 9:30 p.m., beginning October 13, 2015
Jewish Women’s Archive
First-year tuition: $750
One Harvard Street, Suite 200, Brookline, MA 02445
Download registration form. For questions, contact, or 617-232-2258

Judith Rosenbaum Becomes Executive Director of the Jewish Women’s Archive

In September 2014, historian Dr. Judith Rosenbaum became the Executive Director of the Jewish Women’s Archive (JWA), the world’s leading organization chronicling the stories of Jewish women, past and present, all online at JWA’s founding Executive Director Dr. Gail Reimer announced Rosenbaum’s appointment at JWA’s 18th Anniversary Celebration on May 5, 2014 in New York City. "I’m proud of JWA’s success thus far, and our work is far from finished," said Rosenbaum. "I am eager to deepen and broaden JWA’s impact by sharing how the stories of Jewish women can move and inspire action for a just world." Read full press release.

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