A modest army? Important insights from Dr. Idit Shafran Gittleman
Thanks to these Jewish women, there are schools named in their honor – what a wonderful legacy.
I know it’s gone viral, but in case you’ve missed this excellent article by Judy Maltz about a group of haredi women learning Daf Yomi, it’s worth reading. Ditto the November edition of Hadassa Magazine in which Rachel Musleah gives a sense of how a diverse range of women are engaging with Daf Yomi.
JOFA announced an initiative to establish Devorah scholars funded by Ann and Jeremy Pava who noted “It is our hope that this program will be an incentive for synagogues to hire some of the amazing graduates of so many of the incredible institutions of higher learning for women which now exist to benefit and enrich the entire community. In addition to benefiting from the wisdom, insight and scholarship of these women, think about the impact these role models will have on both girls and boys growing up within Orthodox communities across North America,” said Jeremy Pava.
In London? If you see this in time, come and hear Naomi Marmon Grumet from the Eden Centre speak at Kinloss this evening about intimacy and relationships. An event with LSJS including other experts in the community.
Talented and reflective Shayna Abramson on her journey towards Orthodox rabbinic ordination.
Always a treat to receive my Lilith magazine in the post – check out the new Fall issue.