S. Tamar Kamionkowski, Ph.D., professor of biblical studies at Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, published a commentary on Leviticus which explores the relationship between power, gender and theology. Read more about it here.
Shaping the Jewish Future
Our Auerbach Entrepreneurial Grant Program supports Reconstructionist Rabbinical College students and alumni in creating bold experiments that seek to reconstruct Judaism.
Watch this space in the coming months for more Auerbach grantees! This year's grant recipients include:
Rabbi Leiah Moser
Inspired by decades of Jewish musical innovation, Rabbi Leiah Moser, RRC '17, is currently developing and producing a full-length electronic album which takes listeners through an entire cycle of Jewish daily prayer. Follow her work here.
Rabbi Emily Cohen
Rabbi Emily Cohen, RRC '18, is reaching out to new audiences by developing educational supplements for her podcast Jew Too? - Tales of the Mixed Multitude, a podcast about the growing diversity of American Jewish families.
Evolve: Groundbreaking Jewish Conversations
Evolve is a new initiative of Reconstructing Judaism which seeks to answer the urgent issues of our day. Explore the original essays, videos and curriculum, and add your voice to the conversations.
Tikkun Olam Is an Authentic Jewish Value
Rabbi Maurice Harris describes our evolving Jewish civilization as founded on our ability to re-imagine, re-interpret and re-build just worlds.
This special episode was recorded before a live audience at the Reconstructing Judaism convention in November 2018. Rabbi Deborah Waxman and Susan Levine, a member of the Board of Governors of Reconstructing Judaism, discussed resilience in the aftermath of a suicide attempt.