Hartman Learning Initiative

Hartman Learning Initiative
In Newton and In Israel

Scholars from The Shalom Hartman Institute at Temple Emanuel

rachel_korazim_img3Dr. Rachel Korazim
November 19-20, 2016
Scholar in Residence
Identity and Homeland, exploring the development of Jewish
Identity/Identities in Israel
Shabbat: Talmud class, sermon, post kiddush; Sunday morning

Dr. Micah Goodman
December 3-4, 2016
Scholar in Residence
The Power of Limited Ideas
Shabbat: Talmud class, sermon, post kiddush; Sunday morning

Hartman Classes

Hartman Course iEngage 3 (Part 2): Jewish Values and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Distance learning with Hartman scholars from Israel (via dvd) and Rabbi Gardenswartz

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Hartman Institute Summer Retreat

dsc01103Come with us to Israel this summer!

Join us on our 2017 Hartman Institute Study Trip in Jerusalem
Wednesday June 21, 2017 – June 28, 2017

This year’s theme:
1917, 1947, 1967: The Legacy of the Past and the Future of Modern Israel

The Hartman Institute describes its Community Leadership Summer Retreat as “an annual weeklong seminar dealing with major questions facing Judaism in the modern age. The program, in operation for more than 20 years, takes place at the Institute’s beautiful campus in the heart of Jerusalem and draws scores of North American lay leaders from across the continent and denominational spectrum.”

Learn more about the Hartman Institute’s Community Leadership Summer Retreat in Israel (CLP) 2017.

Answers to the most frequently asked questions about the Community Leadership Program (CLP) Summer Program at the Shalom Hartman Institute, including who attends, free time, a typical program day and more, are available on the Hartman website.

Questions? Please contact Trip Chairs Amy Klein and Brian Lefsky with any questions, and to let us know if you’re planning to come with us to Israel this summer!