Yael Leibowitz has her Master’s degree in Judaic Studies from Columbia University. Prior to making Aliyah, Yael taught Tanakh at the Upper School of Ramaz, and then went on to join the Judaic Studies faculty at Yeshiva University’s Stern College for Women. She has taught Continuing Education courses at Drisha Institute For Jewish Education and served as Resident Scholar at the Jewish Center Of Manhattan. She is currently teaching at Matan Women’s Institute for Torah Learning and Pardes Institute as she continues her studies at Bar Ilan.
Field / Profession: Educator
Educator at: Other
Speaking Topics: Torah, Israel, Eretz Yisrael, Inspirational, Other
Sample Topics - General:
Taboos, Boundaries and Repute: Honor and Shame in Biblical Law and Society
Myth, Metaphor and Meaning in Psalms
Victims, Warriors, and Prophets: BIblical Womens' Role in Israel's Self-Concept
Temple, Torah and Ezra's Religious Revolution
Sample Topics - Israel Related:
Morality And The Animate Land
God In Exile: Conflicting Approaches To An Existential Crisis
Between Owning Land And Being Owned By The Land
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