To mark Armistice Day we have put together a small exhibition of material from the library that reflects the impact of the First World War and the Armistice itself on Jewish communities, rabbis and soldiers, and also showcasing the breadth and variety of the library’s holdings.
This Sunday (18 Nov) our 2-week intensive Lehrhaus course Crossing Borders: Transcending Boundaries of Gender and Community in Ruth begins at Leo Baeck College. This first session will be taught by Dr Ben Williams and the second (25 Nov) by Dr Laliv Clenman.
There are still one or two places available, so join up now. […]
See our Principal Rabbi Dr Deborah Kahn-Harris’ blog which has been published on The Shiloh Project website:
We are starting 4 Lehrhaus courses next week:
Rabbi Professor Jonathan Magonet: The Rise of King David – a literary reading of 1 Samuel – 8 weeks Tuesdays, 2 Oct – 20 Nov at LBC
Rabbi Mark Solomon: Judah Halevi: Poet and (anti-) Philosopher- 8 weeks, Wednesdays, 3 Oct – 21 Nov at LBC
Rabbi Pete Tobias: Who […]
We are very proud and delighted to share with you Senior LBC Lecturer Dr Keith Kahn-Harris’ latest book: DENIAL: THE UNSPEAKABLE TRUTH.
Please go to this link: