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SPEAKERS

Dennis Prager

One of America's most respected thinkers, Dennis Prager is an author, lecturer, teacher, and theologian with a nationally syndicated radio talk show originating from Los Angeles on KRLA 870 AM.

Go to dennisprager.com

Dr. Daniel H. Gordis

Dr. Daniel H. Gordis is Director of the Jerusalem Fellows program, and a member of the Senior Staff of the Mandel Foundation Sector on Jewish Education and Continuity, based in Jerusalem.

Go to danielgordis.org

Rabbi David Wolpe

Rabbi David Wolpe is the rabbi of Sinai Temple in Los Angeles, California. Previously, he taught at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, where he also served as assistant to the Chancellor. He has taught at the University of Judaism in Los Angeles, and at Hunter College in New York. Rabbi Wolpe is a frequent contributor to magazines and newspapers on subjects of Jewish and general religious interest.

Go to Sinai Temple, Los Angeles

Reuven Kimelman

REUVEN KIMELMAN (Undergraduate Program Advisor), Associate Professor of classical rabbinic literature, co-directs the program in Judaism and Christianity in Late Antiquity. He teaches courses and directs doctoral work in Talmud, Midrash, liturgy, and ethics. His focus is on the relationship between historical and literary analysis.

Go to Brandeis University

Irving (Yitz) Greenberg

Irving (Yitz) Greenberg is an ordained orthodox rabbi, a Harvard Ph.D. and scholar. He has been a seminal thinker in confronting the Holocaust as an historical transforming event and Israel as the Jewish assumption of power and the beginning of a third era in Jewish history. Yitz has published numerous articles and monographs on Jewish thought and religion. For more than 20 years, he served as founding President of CLAL - The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership. He was the Chairman of the US Holocaust Memorial Council, Washington DC. Currently he serves as the President of Chaverim Kol Yisrael/Jewish Life Network (CKY/JLN), a Judy and Michael Steinhardt Foundation.

Go to Jewish Life

Arna Poupko Fisher

Arna Poupko Fisher is a professor of Jewish Studies at the University of Cincinnati and a well known lecturer and educator throught North Amercia. She serves on the faculty of the Wexner Heritage Program; Wexner Graduate Fellows and is a frequent speaker for United Jewish Communities.

Rabbi Bradley Shavit Artson

Rabbi Bradley Shavit Artson is the dean of the Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies at the University of Judaism. A graduate of the Jewish Theological Seminary, he has served in the pulpit, written responsa for the Committee on Jewish Law and Standards of the Rabbinical Assembly, and authored books on a variety of subjects.

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Cantor Deborah Katchko

American cantor. Currently serves Temple Shearith Israel, Ridgefield, CT. Cantor Katchko states: "As a fourth generation cantor and the second female in a conservative pulpit (1981), I am passionate about sharing the love of Jewish music I grew up with. In l982 I founded the Women Cantors' Network to share that love with others- we have grown to over 190 members with annual conferences, newsletters, online discussions, and web site: www.womencantors.net.

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