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Sunday, December 8 • 11:45am - 12:40pm
Responding to Our Critics

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Women’s ritual participation has advanced in recent years, however, the movement is not without its critics. This text-based session will explore how women’s ritual participation has developed, discuss opportunities for advancement found within halakhic boundaries, and offer halakhic responses to the criticisms that have been levelled.
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Rabbi Jeffrey Kobrin

Rabbi Jeffrey Kobrin is the Head of School at the North Shore Hebrew Academy in Great Neck, NY.  He has a BA and MA from Columbia University, where he is currently pursuing a PhD, and semicha from RIETS and Rabbi Zalman Nehemia Goldberg.  He lives in Riverdale, NY with his wife Michelle Greenberg-Kobrin and their four daughters.

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Rabbi Professor Daniel Sperber

Rabbi Professor Daniel Sperber is the author of a multi-volume series on the history of Jewish law and customs, as well as tens of books and hundreds of momographs dealing with a wide range of halakhic, linguistic and historical subjects. He was awarded the Israel Prize in 1992, has taught at Bar-Ilan University in the Departments of Jewish History and Talmud since 1968, and now is president of the Bar Ilan's Institute of Advanced Torah... Read More →

Sunday December 8, 2013 11:45am - 12:40pm
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