Forming a strong mutual commitment between world Jewry and Israelis as equal partners in the future of Jewish life
2018-19 North American Regional Programs
Bay Area: Rachel Korazim Bay Area lectures
Bay Area: The Challenge of Jewish Tribalism
Bay Area: Zionism 3.0
Boston: Jewish Community and Jewish Values
Los Angeles: Orange County iEngage Initiative
Los Angeles: The Pain of Two Homelands
New Jersey: Future of a Challenging Relationship
New York: Salon@475 Catch-`67
New York: Salon@475 Goy - Israel`s Multiple Others
New York: Salon@475 Rooted Cosmopolitans
Toronto: Aftermath of Nation-State Law
Washington, DC: AIPAC Policy Conference Study Shabbaton
Washington, DC: Family to Consumer? New Relationship Models
Washington, DC: The Moral, The Political, and The Partisan
Yossi Klein Halevi Book: Letters to My Palestinian Neighbor
Media Webinar
2017-18 North American Regional Programs
Atlanta: 2017 USCJ Convention
Baltimore: What is A Jew? Identity in Transition
Bay Area: Catch `67 Ideas Behind Arguments that Tear Israel
Bay Area: East Bay Collaborative Lecture Series
Bay Area: Rise and Fall of Jewish Peoplehood
Boston: Israel@70 - Judaism and Democracy
Dallas: On American Jewry’s Israel Conversation
Los Angeles S. Bay: One State, Two States - Moral Red Lines
Los Angeles: Catch `67 Fifty Years Since the Six Day War
Los Angeles: Enemies, A Love Story
Los Angeles: Israel@70 iEngage Conference
Los Angeles: Judaism and the Self, Community Beit Midrash
Los Angeles: Priest, Prophet, Rabbi
Los Angeles: The Dayenu of Zionism 1917
New York: Israel@70 Peoplehood and Pluralism
New York: Jewish Identity and the Politics of Belonging
New York: Reflections on 35 Years in Israel
New York: When David Became Goliath
San Diego: Peoplehood Project
Toronto: Israel@70 - Judaism and Democracy
Westchester NY: Israel@70 - Judaism and Democracy
Community Leadership Programs
2019 Community Leadership Program Summer Retreat (CLP)
About Community Leadership Program Summer Retreat
Berrie Fellows Leadership Program
Community Leadership Program (CLP) Summer 2017 Review
Community Leadership Program (CLP) Summer 2018 Review
Hartman Summer 2016
iEngage Project
Call & Responsa: Rabbinic Commentary
Citywide iEngage Programs and Institutional Partnerships
Foundations for a New Relationship
Hartman Online Video Streaming
iEngage Events, Lectures, Programs
iEngage Project News
iEngage Project Team
iEngage Project Video Lecture Series
iEngage Resources
In the Gates of Jerusalem Holiday Reader
Israel’s Milestones and Their Meanings
Jewish Values and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
The Tribes of Israel
2016-17 North American Regional Programs
Los Angeles Synagogue Collaborative Lecture Series
New Jersey Community iEngage Lecture Series
NYC Conference: Jews and Muslims in America Today
NYC Conference: Religion in an Age of Extremism Sept 11 2016
NYC Lecture Series: Jewish Identity, Belonging, & Community
NYC: Enduring Disagreements Lecture Series
NYC: On Faith and Friendship in an Age of Extremism
Past North American Regional Programs
San Diego Community iEngage Lecture Series
San Francisco Intergenerational Lecture Series
San Francisco: Donniel Hartman and Tal Becker at OFJCC
Seattle: Micah Goodman on Dec. 6, 2016
Six Days That Shaped 50 Years, iEngage Conferences May 2017
Toronto Synagogue Collaborative Lecture Series
Washington, DC Community iEngage Lecture Series
Campus Programs
Hartman Fellowship for Hillel Professionals
iEngage Fellowship for Student Leaders
iEngage Student Seminar
Hevruta Gap-Year Program
Created Equal
2016 Created Equal Ethical Leadership Conference
2017 Created Equal Ethical Leadership Conference
Arguing for the Sake of Heaven: Elana Stein Hain Webinar
Created Equal at the 2017 Prizmah Conference
Created Equal Educator`s Training Seminar Sept 28-29 2016
Created Equal Research Team
Created Equal Student Seminar 2016-17
Judaism, #metoo, and Ethical Leadership
Women`s Rabbinic Leadership Study Mission Dec. 2016
Video Lecture Series
Dilemmas of Faith
Hartman Online Video Streaming
Peoplehood and Its Role and Significance in Jewish Life
iEngage Project
The iEngage Project is creating a new narrative regarding the significance of Israel for Jewish life, which serves as a foundation for a new covenant between Israel and world Jewry, elevating the existing discourse from a crisis-based one to one rooted in Jewish values and ideas.
iEngage Student Seminar
Call & Responsa
Video Lecture Series
Campus and Student Programs
Recognizing the importance of providing resources, content, and training to multiple aspects of the campus community, the Shalom Hartman Institute has developed a range of programmatic offerings that support the growth of values-based conversations about Israel on campus.
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Created Equal
The Created Equal Project engages people in new ways of thinking about power and authority in Jewish life, exploring Jewish tradition to foster a dialogue on these issues, and includes curriculum development, convenings, and a graduate student seminar.
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Hevruta Gap-Year Program
The Hevruta Gap-Year Program, run in partnership with Hebrew College, embraces the complexities of Jewish identity in Israel and North America and empowers a pluralistic group of emerging leaders to create a new, shared values-based language rooted in Jewish tradition.
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Community Leadership Programs
Summer Retreat in Jerusalem
North American Regional Programs
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