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Dr. Hadar Khazzam-Horovitz will review secular and Jewish-rabbinic approaches to the question of whether patients can refuse lifesaving treatment, and what role physicians should play in that decision. Find out more
Writer Ayelet Tsabari will speak about her new memoir, "The Art of Leaving" (Penguin Random House, 2019) and lead a discussion of a short excerpt from the book. Find out more
Writer Ayelet Tsabari will discuss her new memoir of immigration to and from Israel, "The Art of Leaving," with Professor Sasha Senderovich. Find out more
Undergrads are invited to meet with Ayelet Tsabari, author of the award-winning novel "The Best Place on Earth" and the new memoir "The Art of Leaving." Find out more
Dr. David Wacks will discuss the history of Sephardic engagement with the Tanakh, from the medieval Arabic translations to the Ladino and Judeo-Spanish translations, commentaries, and legends through which generations of Sepharadim reinterpreted the Tanakh for the worlds in which they lived. Find out more
Ladino songs reflect a wealth of musical influences, from Turkish scales to Balkan rhythms. In this lecture-recital, recent Doctor of Musical Arts (DMA) graduate Sarah Riskind will discuss Mediterranean features of Sephardic music and how they can be highlighted in arrangements for chorus. Find out more
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