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A Sukkah of One’s Own: On Tents, Tabernacles, and the True Miracle of Sukkot

Hosted By: Orange County Community Scholar Program (CSP)

Where’s the great miracle of the festival of Sukkot? When did the Israelites ever dwell in booths? And what has this to do with the different homes of the Bible? Understanding the significance of Sukkot – the holiday and the habitat – through an exploration of biblical architecture.

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Gila Fine

Gila Fine is editor in chief of Maggid Books (Koren Publishers Jerusalem). She is also a teacher of Aggada, exploring the tales of the Talmud through philosophy, literary criticism, psychoanalysis, and pop-culture. Gila is a faculty member of the Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies and the Nachshon Project and has taught thousands of students at conferences, community centers, and synagogues across the Jewish world. Haaretz has called her “a young woman on her way to becoming one of the more outstanding Jewish thinkers of the next generation.”
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