Category: Lectures

Lectures

Confronting Chosenness Jewish Thought, Theology, and Machshava Lectures Sermons, Lectures, and Divrei Torah

Jewish Culture Lectures Politics of Exclusion in Judaism

Jewish Law / Halakha Jewish Thought, Theology, and Machshava Lectures Politics of Exclusion in Judaism

Jewish History Jewish Thought, Theology, and Machshava Lectures Politics of Exclusion in Judaism Sermons, Lectures, and Divrei Torah

Jewish Law / Halakha Jewish Thought, Theology, and Machshava Lectures Podcasts Politics of Exclusion in Judaism Sermons, Lectures, and Divrei Torah

Jewish History Jewish Law / Halakha Jewish Thought, Theology, and Machshava Lectures Podcasts Politics Sermons, Lectures, and Divrei Torah

Jewish History Jewish Thought, Theology, and Machshava Lectures Podcasts Politics of Exclusion in Judaism

In the Spring Semester of 2011 I had the honor of addressing the NYU Jewish Law Students Association for a weekly series covering Economics and Social Justice in Jewish Law. Below are the links to the specific lectures in the order given with audio and PDF source sheets available. As always, comments are welcome. If there is interest in me delivering any of these lectures or the entire series in person, please contact me directly.

Economics and Social Justice in Jewish Law Jewish Law / Halakha Jewish Thought, Theology, and Machshava Lectures Podcasts Sermons, Lectures, and Divrei Torah

The rabbinic idiom “Tikun Olam” literally means “repairing/fixing the world” and has been invoked to promote advocacy for numerous causes and policies. But what did “Tikun Olam” mean to those who coined the phrase? In the final installment of his Economics and Social Justice in Jewish Law series, Rabbi Yuter explores the specific instances of Tikkun Olam to extrapolate and infer the ideal social system as understood by the Rabbinic Sages.

Economics and Social Justice in Jewish Law Jewish Law / Halakha Jewish Thought, Theology, and Machshava Lectures Podcasts Sermons, Lectures, and Divrei Torah