Modern Varieties Of Judaism

Brian Amkraut
Director, Siegal Lifelong Learning
Landmark Centre Building
Tuesdays, April 28-May 26
7-9 p.m.

The advent of modernity brought with it new opportunities for Jews—both as individuals and as communities—to reassess what it means to be Jewish. This course charts the path that led from a generally uniform understanding of Judaism that prevailed in the middle ages, to the very diverse forms of Jewish expression and identity popular today. We explore approaches that are religious, as well as those that are cultural and secular.

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