Jennifer Seligman

Jennifer Seligman is a doctoral student in Medieval Jewish History at the Bernard Revel Graduate School of Jewish Studies at Yeshiva University. She is a graduate of Drisha Institute’s Scholars Circle program, where she studied Talmud and Jewish Law intensively for three years full time. A mother of two sons, Jennifer currently resides in Fair Lawn, NJ, where, in addition to teaching violin privately, she has been involved with creating a women’s tefillah group. Jennifer also teaches classes on Judaism, Talmud, and women in Jewish law in her local Jewish community as well as in interfaith settings.

Articles by Jennifer Seligman

Agreement vs. Acceptance

As a Jewish woman raised in a Conservative home, a Reform synagogue, and who has been Modern Orthodox since the ...