Why do Women Cover Their Hair? (7:10)
Mrs. Chana Leah Bekerman (4)
Crossfire: A Women's Role in the Home (1:14)
This is an excerpt of a Crossfire panel at the National Jewish Retreat. Join this panel of insightful Jewish minds as they address the most important issues of the day. Explore weighty issues with these highly intelligent and knowledgeable scholars. No subject too controversial, no challenge shirked.
Series: Individual Crossfire questions
Rabbi Aaron L. Raskin (16)
Smashing the Myths about Judaism and Feminism (52:42)
The feminist revolution in the 1970s aimed to create a better world by making men more like women, and women more like men. Jewish philosophy, however, focuses on the unique and different roles of men and women. Is this a contradiction? Does Judaism believe in gender equality? Join the author of bestseller To Be a Jewish Woman for a deeper look at this contentious issue.
Dr. Lisa Aiken (9)
High-Powered Jewish Women (45:35)
Alyza Lewin (8)
A Mother in the Rebbe's Army (36:23)
Series: Soul Encounters
Mrs. Chaya Teldon (27)
New Kosher Cuisine: Healthy, Simple & Stylish (11:18)
Have you ever wanted to know the secret of the perfect Shabbat meal? Unleash the cook within as you listen to master chef and cookbook author Helen Nash on a culinary journey. You will learn how to juggle the challenge of cooking kosher while striving to create the masterpiece that tastes as good as it looks.
Mrs. Helen Nash (1)
Challenges of the Contemporary Jewish Woman (58:29)
Our diverse panel of women in education, medicine and business will shine light from every angle onto the question: What does it mean to be a Jewish woman today? The participants’ broad range of experience and views will ensure that no question will be left unanswered.
Dr. Sara Reichman (1)
Languages of Love: Communicating with Your Spouse (49:12)
Mrs. Chana Epstein (3)
The Role of a Jewish Woman (28:41)
Mrs. Clara Simon (1)
The Art of Baking Tarts (42:29)
Tired of recycling your Parve dessert recipes? Food Network competitor Paula Shoyer demonstrates a Fruit Galette from her pastry cookbook The Kosher Baker as she entertains the audience with personable, humorous anecdotes.
Mrs. Paula Shoyer (1)
Women-only Mitzvot (52:01)
How has Judaism changed for woman in the modern era? It hasn't. This is the question that a journalist asked Miriam Lipskier as she was knee deep in Rosh Hashanah preparations. A woman's essence has always been what makes the home, and all Jewish occasions and activities can and do take place in the home
Mrs. Miriam Lipskier (7)
A Religious Woman in Academia (4:10)
The Sinai Scholars Symposium is a yearly conference for university students, hosted by the Sinai Scholars Society. Students from around the world gather with an esteemed panel of Ivy League professors, world-class Torah scholars and experts in their field to study, discuss and present their thoughts on various subjects that deal with Judaism and the modern world
Dr. Kate Miriam Loewenthal (1)