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My Paideia courses are officially full and registration closed, but you have one more chance to study with me in the Fall Semester:
At Hebrew College with my online course “Queer Jewish Journeys in Media”!
The course is offered in English, is run online (so you may join in from anywhere around the world!), and there are financial scholarships available.
QUEER JEWISH JOURNEYS IN MEDIA (ONLINE)
From “Angels in America” to “Transparent“, from “Bent” to “Yentl“, we will explore the intersection of Jewish identities and queer identities in film, television and theater. Are these identities separate or influence each other? Do they stand in juxtaposition or do they complement each other? What does it mean for these characters to be Jewish and Queer, and how does it shape their trajectories? We will watch excerpts from these works (may contain spoilers) and analyze these questions together using biblical, contemporary and academic texts.
Course Title: Queer Jewish Journeys in Media
Program: Open Circle Jewish Learning: Young Adult/Arts and Culture
Instructor: Stav Meishar
Day and time: Sundays, 10:00-11:30 am Eastern Time
Dates: Oct 15, 29; Nov 12, 19; Dec 3, 2023 (5 sessions)
Location: Online via Zoom
Fee: $125 Financial scholarships available
Enriching our Jewish community through LGBTQ inclusion
As of January 1, 2018, Mosaic of Westchester is a committee of the Westchester Jewish Council. There are four roundtables held throughout the year. For more about the roundtables or general information, contact Pam Goldstein. Please see below for upcoming events and a link to relevant LGBTQ documents.
To learn about Pride Passover resources, please click HERE.
For more information, click here to find documents covering a variety of topics.
Also, please check out the links below from Moving Traditions and Keshet.
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For more info about the Mosaic Storytelling Project, please contact Storytelling Consultant, Gerry Gartenberg at firstname.lastname@example.org.