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The Taboo Against ‘Next Year in Jerusalem’ in the American Haggadah

Hosted By: Union for Traditional Judaism (UTJ)

Brandeis University professor and acclaimed scholar Jonathan Sarna will explore one of the most commonly practiced features at the end of the Haggadah—the joyous singing of L’shana Haba B’Yerushalayim, Next Year in Jerusalem. Professor Sarna will show the depths, controversies, and nuances of this practice that appears so natural and straightforward.

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Jonathan Sarna

Dr. Jonathan D. Sarna is the Joseph H. & Belle R. Braun Professor of American Jewish History, and Director at the Schusterman Center for Israel Studies at Brandeis University. In 2018, he resigned as chair of the Hornstein Jewish Professional Leadership Program after more than a decade of leadership. He is past president of the Association for Jewish Studies and Chief Historian of the National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia.

Dubbed by the Forward newspaper in 2004 as one of America’s fifty most influential American Jews, he was Chief Historian for the 350th commemoration of the American Jewish community, and is recognized as a leading commentator on American Jewish history, religion, and life. In 2009, he was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
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Union for Traditional Judaism (UTJ)

The Union for Traditional Judaism is a four-decade-old transdenominational organization promoting open-minded Judaism based on traditional Jewish Law.
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