Judy Klitsner is a senior faculty member at the Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies in Jerusalem, where she has been teaching Bible and biblical exegesis for nearly two decades. Many of her former students, now teachers and heads of Jewish Studies programs throughout the U.S., employ her skill-based, literary methods in their teaching. She lectures widely in Israel, the U.S., and the U.K., with a special focus on topics related to women and universalism, noting the importance of themes that are often neglected by Bible commentators.
Her speech topics include ''Slumbering Prophets and the Escape from Self: How the Book of Jonah Mines and Undermines the Story of Noah,'' ''The Midwives of Egypt: Restoration of Identity and Seeds of Redemption,'' ''Sarah as Forbidden Fruit: Biblical Women Challenge the Story of Eve,'' and ''The Tent, the Field, and the Battlefield: The Many Dimensions of Biblical Motherhood.''
For more information about Judy Klitsner, visit her website.
Israel, Willing to travel, Honorarium Required
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