For centuries, the record of Jewish life has been limited to a small set of written texts. How then did such a small group of people establish, maintain, and evolve its rich and resilient culture? Largely through story telling and especially story telling in the form of ritual.
This talk by adjunct faculty member Maggid Jhos Singer will explore Judaism's storytelling traditions, especially as they offer a counter balance to the fast-paced, digitally-dominated modern life.
We hope you can join us for this CJS webinar!
This event is online only