“Where Are We Now? Rethinking Exile, Diaspora, and Home in Israel and America”
Part of our spring learning series, Timely Insights, Timeless Wisdom
Monday, January 29, 1:00–2:30 p.m. ET
With Dr. Arnold Eisen, Chancellor Emeritus and Professor of Jewish Thought, JTS
For many Jews in Israel and America, the war with Hamas has provoked a reconsideration of long-held assumptions about Israel, the Diaspora, and the relationship between the two. This session will consider whether America can be a true home for Jews or whether is it another instance of exile, albeit different in some respects from all others—and it will ask these same questions regarding Israel. We will examine a variety of responses to these questions by Americans and Israelis, Zionists and non-Zionists, that sharpen debate and challenge convictions that we hold dear.
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About the Series
Join JTS’s renowned faculty to learn about their current scholarly work and greatest passions. Drawing on their expertise, scholars will offer inspiring learning and expose us to new ideas and insights that help us connect the Jewish past with the Jewish future.