A series of discussions devoted to the book “Bertha Pappenheim, A Woman’s Right, Selected Writings on Feminism and Judaism”

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27/05/2019
19:30
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Monday May 20, 2019 at 19:30

Launch of the book on Bertha Pappenheim

Chairman: Prof. Shmuel Feiner

Prof. Guy Miron, The figure of the Jewish woman in Germany – from Rahel Varnhagen to Eva Reichmann

Prof. Hannah Kahat, The forgotten mother

Dr. Sharon Gordon, The right woman in the right place – Vienna, Frankfort, and Bertha Pappenheim

Dr. Natalie Naimark-Goldberg, Reading Bertha Pappenheim in Hebrew

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Monday May 27, 2019 at 19:30

A discussion on Bertha Pappenheim and Social Work

Chairman: Prof. John Gall

Laura Cazes: 100 years of German-Jewish welfare according to the vision of Tsedaka – a contemporary perspective

Dr. Mira Yungman, The rise of German-Jewish social work in the yishuv, and its decline in Israel

Dr. Natalie Naimark-Goldberg, “Woe to him whose conscience sleeps!” Bertha Pappenheim’s concept of social work

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Monday June 17, 2019 at 19:30

Panel discussion on prostitution and the trafficking of women

Moderator: Rebbetzin Sarah Segal-Katz

Speakers:

Criminologist Yael Ohanona, Levinsky Clinic

Journalist Vered Lee, Haaretz Daily

Attorney Dina Dominitz, Ministry of Justice

Halakha expert, Malka Pioterkowski

Prof. Ruhama Weiss, Hebrew Union College

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Monday June 24, 2019 at 19:30

Panel discussion on motherhood and spinsterhood

Moderator:Rebbetzin Sarah Segal-Katz

Speakers:

Dr. Tali Berner, Tel Aviv University

Dr. Ruth Kara-Ivanov Kaniel, Haifa University

Attorney Nitzan Caspi Shiloni, Tsedek Women’s Center

Nili Arbel, Lecturer and workshop leader on the journey to fertility

Guy Zviran, Clinical psychology intern

Entrance is free of charge subject to available seatin

 

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