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Siyyum Tractate Bava Kamma

Hosted By: My Jewish Learning

My Jewish Learning invites participants to a celebration marking the completion of each tractate of the Talmud, with the upcoming siyyum focusing on tractate Bava Kamma. Attendees will have the opportunity to engage with insights from Dr. Sara Ronis, Rabbi Asher Lopatin, and Rabbi Elliot Goldberg.

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Dr. Sara Ronis

Dr. Sara Ronis is associate professor of Theology at St. Mary’s University, Texas, where she teaches courses in the Hebrew Bible and its reception, and Jewish Studies and religious studies more broadly. She holds a Ph.D. in ancient Judaism specializing in the Talmud from Yale University, and a B.A. in Near Eastern and Judaic Studies from Brandeis University. Her research interests include rabbinic subjectivity and definitions of personhood, constructions of gender and authority in rabbinic literature, and rabbinic imaginings of and encounters with the other in late antiquity. Her first book, "Demons in the Details: Demonic Discourse and Rabbinic Culture in the Babylonian Talmud" (August 2022), looks at demonic discourse in the Babylonian Talmud in its legal, narrative, and socio-cultural contexts.
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Rabbi Asher Lopatin

Rabbi Asher Lopatin is the executive director of the JCRC/AJC of Detroit and the founding rabbi of Kehillat Etz Chayim. He is also the founding director of the Detroit Center for Civil Discourse. He previously served as president of Yeshivat Chovevei Torah Rabbinical School and as rabbi of Anshe Sholom B’nai Israel Congregation in Chicago. Rabbi Lopatin received ordination from Yeshivas Brisk in Chicago and from Yeshiva University.
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Rabbi Elliot Goldberg

Rabbi Elliot Goldberg is an executive coach and consultant, working with educational institutions to develop leadership, refine curriculum and improve instruction.  He has more than two decades of experience in Jewish Day schools and has spent a lifetime of summers at Ramah Camps. He is a regular contributor to My Jewish Learning’s A Daily Dose of Talmud.
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