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Saturday, February 15 • 3:45pm - 5:00pm
Feminist Religious Education: How Should We Do It?

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How do we educate girls to be religious feminists?  Is there a conflict between these two worlds and their values?  Should feminism be a conscious choice made by adults, or is it possible to teach feminism and thus inculcate students as an educational establishment's agenda?  Hartman Orthodox High School for girls is a laboratory experiment in religious feminism.  You are invited to hear about our original programs, our successes and challenges, and our questions and hopes.


Renana Ravitsky Pilzer

Renana Ravitzky Pilzer is the Head of the Beit Midrash at the Hartman High School for Girls, where she is developing the Midrashiya's Orthodox feminist curriculum. She previously served as co-director of the Melamdim School for Teacher Training, which is run in partnership with Tel Aviv University. Renana is a former teacher in the Elul Beit Midrash and a founder and leader of Kehilat Shira Hadasha in Jerusalem.  Currently she is pursuing... Read More →

Saturday February 15, 2014 3:45pm - 5:00pm

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