Scholar in Residence: Rabbi Yehudah Mirsky Kesher Israel Georgetown Synagogue

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When:
June 21, 2019 all-day
Cost:
Weekend of Learning is free; Lunch & Learn Prices are Member: $18 adult/$9.00 child (must be logged-in to your account) General Community: $36 adult/$18 child   Tickets
Contact:
Kesher Education
(202) 333-2337
Where:
Kesher Israel Georgetown Synagogue
2801 N St NW
Washington
DC 20007
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Join Kesher Israel for a Shabbat of learning with Rabbi Yehudah Mirsky!

Drasha:
Parashat Beha’alotcha

Lunch and Learn:
You Think We’re Conflicted? Rav Kook’s Teachings on Argument and Anger and Their Meaning Today
Register https://www.kesher.org/event/mirskylunch

Seudah Shlishit:
The Ceaseless Prayer of the Soul

Rabbi Yehudah Mirsky, a proud alumnus of Kesher Israel, is Professor of Near Eastern and Judaic Studies at Brandeis, and as well a member of the faculty of the Schusterman Center for Israel Studies. He teaches courses on the history of Israel on Zionism, on Jewish intellectual history, and on human rights.

He has written on religion, politics and culture for The New York Times, The Washington Post, The New Republic, The Daily Beast, The American Interest, Dissent and The Economist and many other publications. His Rav Kook: Mystic in a Time of Revolution was published in 2014 by Yale University Press and was awarded the Jewish Book Council’s Choice Prize.

Rabbi Mirsky lives in Brookline with his wife, Tamar Biala, and their daughters Nehara and Nofet.

Sponsored by the Dr. H. Harold Gelfand Memorial Institute of Adult Education. Co-sponsored by Mark Mellman, Mindy Horowitz and Family.

Lunch Registration Information

Member: $18 adult/$9.00 child (must be logged-in to your account)
General Community: $36 adult/$18 child
Deadline for registration is Tuesday, June 18 at 1pm.
Register https://www.kesher.org/event/mirskylunch