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A Heart of Many Rooms: A Day of Study Celebrating the Impact of Rabbi Prof. David Hartman
Sunday, May 5, 11:00 am - 5:30 pm
Spend a day in learning and celebration of the life and work of Rabbi Professor David Hartman with Tal Becker, Rabbi David Ellenson, Prof. Suzanne Last Stone, Rabbi Roly Matalon, Dina Najman, Rabbi Jeff Salkin, Devora Steinmetz, Rabbi Mishael Zion and more. Register online.
Sunday, April 14
Rabbi Lyle Fishman dedicated his session at Routes: A Day of Jewish Learning, to the memory of Rabbi Professor David Hartman z"l.
Los Angeles: A Torah of Fire: An Evening of Learning in Memory of Rabbi David Hartman
Toronto: "Guide to a Perplexed Donor: Comparative Narratives of Giving - Biblical, Rabbinic, Christian (charity), and Greek (philanthropy) and Tikkun Olam"
Tuesday, March 5, 2013, 12:30 pm
Sherman Campus of UJA Federation of Greater Toronto
A special study session for community rabbis in memory of Rabbi David Hartman z”l, led by Noam Zion.
Boston: The Contribution of David Hartman to Jewish EducationMandel Center for Jewish Education, Brandeis University
Speaker: Ari Ackerman, Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies, Jerusalem
Teaneck: "Joy and Responsibility" - An Evening of Study and Reflection on the Life of Rabbi Dr. David Hartman
Monday, March 11, 2013, 7:45 pm
Jewish Center of Teaneck
Join the Jewish Center of Teaneck for a Leil Limud V'iyun - an evening of learning, reflection and appreciation in memory of Rabbi Dr. David Hartman, coinciding with the end of the sheloshim period since his passing.
The Jewish Center's Rabbi Lawrence S. Zierler, who was a close student of Rabbi Hartman and who is also a Senior Rabbinic Fellow at the Shalom Hartman Institute will offer the memorial address. On this occasion the Jewish Center of Teaneck will also be introducing a yearlong program of study of Rabbi Hartman's writings.
Toronto: Rabbi David Hartman: Torah in Tribute and Memory: On the Occasion of the Conclusion of the 30-Day Memorial PeriodMonday, March 11, 8 PM
Beth Tzedec Congregation, 1700 Bathurst Street, Toronto
Welcome: Joseph Steiner, Canadian Friends of Shalom Hartman Institute
Rabbi Edward Elkin: Two models of Judaism: Exodus and Sinai
Rabbi Martin Berman: Can Halakhah be immoral?
Rabbi Elyse Goldstein
Rabbi John Moscowitz: Hartman and Hesed: The Kiss on the Keppe
Rabbi Yossi Sapirman
Rabbi Shalom Schachter
Rabbi Howard Morrison: Klal Yisrael: Religious Pluralism and Conversion
Rabbi Baruch Frydman-Kohl: Reading Talmud for Philosophy
Thanks: Elizabeth Wolfe, Chair, Canadian Friends of Shalom Hartman Institute
Montreal: A Memorial Evening for Rabbi David Hartman z"l
Rabbi David Hartman: Torah in Tribute and Memory: On the Occasion of the Conclusion of the 30-Day Memorial Period
Monday, March 18, 2013, 8:00 pm
Tifereth Beth David Jerusalem, Cote St Luc, QC
Join the Congregation Tifereth Beth David Jersualem and the Akiva School for an evening of learning in memory of Rabbi Hartman.
Thursday, February 28, 7:30 pm at UCLA Hillel, Los Angeles
Rabbi Chaim Seidler-Feller, UCLA Hillel
Rabbi Laura Geller, Temple Emanuel
Professor David Myers, UCLA
Rabbi Ed Feinstein, Valley Beth Shalom
Sponsored by The Board of Rabbis of Southern California, Shalom Hartman Institute of North America, Hillel at UCLA, Valley Beth Shalom
Los Angeles: David Hartman's "Auschwitz or Sinai?"
March 3, 2013
Central Conference of American Rabbis Convention, Long Beach, California
Led by Rabbi Dr. Rachel Sabath Beit-Halachmi, Hartman Institute Research Fellow.
In attendance, sharing reflections and the Torah they learned from David Hartman, were many rabbis, including SHI Senior Rabbinic Fellows, who participated in the Institute’s Rabbinic Leadership Initiative.
RLI IV participants: Ken Chasen, Denise Eger, Arnie Gluck RLI IV, Susan Warshaw.
RLI III: Jamie Gibson
RLI II: Sue Levi Elwell, David Thomas.
RLI I: Eli Herscher
According to Rabbi Dr. Sabath Beith-Halachmi, “Their reflections on the impact of David's Torah and the RLI program were extraordinarily powerful. As one colleague out it, ‘there is probably no other single rabbinic leader who has influenced Reform rabbis as much as David Hartman.’"