I made aliya in 1977 and am currently living in Beit Shemesh with my husband and five wonderful children. I hold a BA and MA in psychology from Bar Ilan University, a BOT (occupational therapy) from the Hebrew University, an MA in Tanakh from Bar Ilan University, and am currently working on a PhD in Tanakh. My dissertation topic is the literary function of the foreigner who speaks of God in biblical narrative.
Field / Profession: Educator
Educator at: Midrasha
Recent Places Spoken/Recommendations:
Rav Shlomo Brown, head of Midreshet Lindenbaum
Prof. Michael Avioz, head of the Tanakh dept. in Bar Ilan University
Rav Ari Shames, Associate Director of Midreshet HaRova
Speaking Topics: Torah
Sample Topics - General:
The literary function of foreigners who speak of God in biblical narrative.
Neviim Rishonim, Sefer Shmuel, Trei Asar, Second Temple literature.
All of the above can be single lectures, short series, or year-long courses.
Languages: English, HebrewMizrachi discount available for this speaker!
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