"Writing in the Dark: A Conversation With David Grossman," originally scheduled for Dec. 16 at Hebrew College, has been postponed until next spring due to an unexpected change in the author's travel schedule to the United States. An exact date for the rescheduled event has yet to be set.
Hebrew College will share in a $60,000 planning grant that will the school and its partners review, extend and propose new directions for interreligious theological education. The grant, from the Arthur Vining Davis Foundation, will be based at the Boston University School of Theology, which will serve as fiscal agent, and also includes Andover Newton Theological School.
Two highly acclaimed authors will visit Hebrew College this fall to discuss their latest works. Eric Lichtblau, a Pulitzer Prize–winning reporter for the New York Times, will speak on Thursday, Nov. 20, at 7:30 p.m., and Israeli author and social activist David Grossman (pictured) will deliver the inaugural Martin Kace Lecture on Tuesday, Dec. 16, at 7:30 p.m.
For Bernice Lerner, adult Jewish learning's time has arrived. And so last week, the college's director of adult learning welcomed a national cross-section of leaders in the field to to a first-of-its-kind summit designed to survey the landscape and envision the future of adult Jewish learning.
The Boston Globe published a front-page story about the new program in its Sept. 25 Globe West section, which contained extensive comments by President Daniel Lehmann and Cantor Brian Mayer, dean of the School of Jewish Music.
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