March 2024 Book Talks
Join JWA this March in conversation with authors about books by and about Judaism, gender, and history. Register here.
Thursday, Mar 7, 8 PM ET—Two Tribes with Emily Bowen Cohen
In her poignant debut graphic novel inspired by her own life, Emily Bowen Cohen embraces the complexity, meaning, and deep love that comes from being part of two vibrant tribes: she is Jewish and a member of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation.
Thursday, Mar 14, 8 PM ET—The Amen Effect: Ancient Wisdom to Mend Our Broken Hearts and World with Rabbi Sharon Brous
With insights and practical tools, The Amen Effect by Rabbi Sharon Brous translates foundational ideas into simple practices that offer a blueprint for a more meaningful life and a more connected world.
Thursday, Mar 21, 8 PM ET—Feminists Reclaim Mentorship: An Anthology with Tahneer Oksman & Nancy K. Miller
The stories gathered by editors Tahneer Oksman and Nancy K. Miller in Feminists Reclaim Mentorship illuminate the obstacles and urgency to form intergenerational feminist connections.
Thursday, Mar 28, 8 PM ET—Betty Friedan: Magnificent Disrupter with Rachel Shteir
Feminist writer and activist Betty Friedan, author of The Feminine Mystique, was powerful and polarizing. In this biography, the first in more than twenty years, Rachel Shteir draws on Friedan’s papers and on interviews to create a nuanced portrait.