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Sunday, January 15 • 2:50pm - 3:35pm
So-Tah Speak: Reading as the Illiterate

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Can we read a woman through the words of a man? Does God talk to women? We will approach these questions through texts that discuss the Sotah, the woman who can only say Amen.

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Sari Steinberg

Sari Steinberg is a freelance writer, editor, and communication consultant, and a longtime fan of JOFA and its founders. Over the years, at Matan, Penn, Hebrew U, Spertus, and Shma Koleinu, Sari has had the privilege of learning from and with some of the people she admires most. She davens with Kol Sasson, the partnership minyan of Skokie.


Ayelet Wenger

Ayelet Wenger studies Classics at Princeton University, where she is writing her thesis about the intersection between Latin, Greek, and Rabbinic lexicography in 11th-century Italy. She has studied at Migdal Oz, Nishmat, and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Ayelet founded the Princeton women’s Rosh Chodesh Torah reading, served as Rosh Chinuch at Camp Stone, and founded the Undergraduate Judaic Studies Conference. She organizes... Read More →

Sunday January 15, 2017 2:50pm - 3:35pm
Room 568

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