Oxford University Chabad Society

HILARY TERMCARD 2023

 

Welcome to Oxford University Chabad Society HILARY Termcard '23! This term promises to be an exciting programme at the OU Chabad Society, offering a wide variety of high profile and stimulating events, including world renowned speakers, delicious Friday night Shabbat dinners and lunch weekly, stimulating classes, seminars and plenty of opportunities to meet other students and make new friends. Whether you’re looking for challenging discussions, classes in Judaism or a warm environment to hang out with friends, the Oxford University Chabad Society has something to offer everyone. Looking forward to meeting you over the coming term!

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Thanksgiving.jpgWeekly Friday Night SHABBAT DINNER & LUNCH 

Oxford Chabad is delighted to offer Jewish students and community weekly delicious Shabbat Dinners and Lunch every Shabbat throughout the year

Friday Night Shabbat dinner

Kabbalat Shabbat service at 7.30pm

Shabbat dinner at 8pm

At Slager Jewish student centre, 61 George St, Oxford, OX1 2BQ

Click here to RSVP

Shabbat Lunch at 1.30pm

At Chabad House, 75 Cowley Road, Oxford, OX4 1HR

Click here to RSVP

All are welcome! 

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Week 1

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BBQ.jpeg Welcome Back shawarma and drinks evening

We're delighted to invite you to join us for a welcome back shawarma and drinks 

Tues, 17 Jan, 7pm-9pm

At Slager Jewish student centre, 61 George St, Oxford, OX1 2BQ

All are welcome!

 

 

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In person buffet and lecture screening 

Professor Elliot R. Wolfson

'Mysticism and the Quest for Universal Singularity: The Light of Infinity in the World of Finitude'

Elliot R. Wolfson, a Fellow of the American Academy of Jewish Research and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, is the Marsha and Jay Glazer Endowed Chair in Jewish Studies and Distinguished Professor of Religion at University of California, Santa Barbara. He is the author of many publications including most recently The Duplicity of Philosophy’s Shadow: Heidegger, Nazism and the Jewish Other (2018); Heidegger and Kabbalah: Hidden Gnosis and the Path of PoiÄ“sis (2019); Suffering Time: Philosophical, Kabbalistic, and Ḥasidic Reflections on Temporality (2021); The Philosophical Pathos of Susan Taubes: Between Nihilism and Hope (2023).

Thursday, 19 January, 6.30pm, buffet 6pm

The buffet and lecture screening will take place

At Slager Jewish student centre, 61 George St, Oxford, OX1 2BQ

RSVP for buffet: [email protected]

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89256948058?pwd=allyK3QyS1k4WUg3REkwOXBWa0QvUT09

Meeting ID: 892 5694 8058
Passcode: 570010

Hosted as part of 'Demystifying Jewish Mysticism' series

All are welcome!

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Friday Night Shabbat Dinner

Friday, 20 Jan, 7.30pm

At Slager Jewish student centre, 61 George Street, Oxford, OX1 2BQ 

Click here to RSVP.

All are welcome!

Shabbat Lunch

Sat, 21 Jan, 1.30pm

At Chabad House, 75 Cowley Road, Oxford, OX4 1HR

Click here to RSVP.

All are welcome!

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Week 2

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Holocaust Memorial Lecture

Holocaust Survivor Dr Agnes Kaposi MBE

Born in Hungary, in 1932, Agnes survived the Debrecen ghetto and labour camps in Austria. She worked as a child labourer in the agricultural and armament camps of Austria. She returned to Hungary to live under the Stalinist communist regime. In 1956, she graduated from the Technical University of Budapest with a degree in electrical /electronic engineering. She contributed to the development of the Hungarian TV broadcasting infrastructure. After the 1956 Uprising against Communist rule, she escaped from her native Hungary and obtained a labour permit to work in England as an industrial researcher in the Telecommunication and Computer industries. She obtained a PhD in Computer Aided Design and worked as a lecturer, researcher and consultant in academic institutions and in the Telecommunication and Computer Industries in Britain. In 2020 she published her autobiography Yellow Star-Red Star. She was appointed MBE in the 2022 New Year Honours for services to Holocaust Education and Awareness.

Monday, 23 Jan, 8pm

Buffet reception 7pm

At Slager Jewish student centre, 61 George St, Oxford, OX1 2BQ

RSVP for buffet: [email protected]

The lecture will be in person and also viewable via ZOOM:

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83327766441?pwd=ems3K3BROWxjM1RPQ0dyaGxKVFhHZz09

Meeting ID: 833 2776 6441
Passcode: 440049

All are welcome! 

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Book Launch Event

Roland Brandman

'The Sapphire Mind: Jewish Meditation's Treasures for Life'

Roland Brandman is the author-editor of Sapphire Mind, a new synoptic philosophy and major anthology of Jewish meditation. He lectures and writes about traditional sources for Jewish contemplative thought and practice. Roland is the Chairman of HaMakom (the leading Jewish-meditation charity), a chazan (TheEnglishCantor.co.uk), a property lawyer, and a member of the Athenaeum Club. 

Roland will be discussing aspects of his recently published book, Sapphire Mind, touching on a range of ideas for meditative thought and life based on Jewish mystical traditions ancient and modern (such as the nature of and our relationship to consciousness, reality, suffering and spiritual practice). He will also comment and take questions on the status quo of Jewish meditation in Britain. We will also try practising a specific meditation technique from one of the Kabbalistic sources, suitable for beginners and advanced practitioners alike.

Tues, 24 Jan, 8pm

At Slager Jewish student centre, 61 George St, Oxford, OX1 2BQ

The lecture will be in person and also viewable via ZOOM:

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82356482403?pwd=dlJQR0NMejBmNVBYR0ZZWXlwOTQ0UT09

Meeting ID: 823 5648 2403
Passcode: 243830

All are welcome!

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Shabbat Dinner

John Bowers QC

'Growing up in Grimsby, Becoming Head of House and a miracle connecting the two'

John Bowers QC is the Principal of Brasenose College, University of Oxford, and a leading human rights and employment lawyer. He sits as a Deputy High Court Judge. He is an approved counsel for the Equality and Human Rights Commission, and has written numerous books on human rights and employment law, including standard texts on whistleblowing and industrial action.

Friday, 27 Jan, 7.30pm

At Slager Jewish student centre, 61 George St, Oxford, OX1 2BQ

Click here to RSVP.

All are welcome!

Shabbat Lunch

Sat, 28 Jan, 1.30pm

At Chabad House, 75 Cowley Road, Oxford, OX4 1HR

Click here to RSVP.

All are welcome!

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Week 3

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Professor Emily M. Rose

'Little Hugh of Lincoln, Ritual Murder and King Henry III'

Emily Rose, MBA, PhD, Visiting scholar at the Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish studies is a scholar of Medieval and Early Modern Europe whose work has been hailed as ‘a model of thoroughgoing historical scholarship presented to a general audience and should be studied by scholars who wish to bring the humanities to the public square’. A graduate of Oxford with an Honours degree in Modern History, she has been a Research Associate at the Department of History, Harvard University for the past two years and, before that, taught at five universities. Her book, The Murder of William of Norwich: The Origins of the Blood Libel in Medieval Europe (Oxford University Press, 2015), was named one of the ‘Ten Best History Books of the Year’ by the Sunday Times of London and described by the Wall Street Journal as ‘a landmark of historical research’. 

Wednesday, 1 Feb, 8pm

At Slager Jewish student centre, 61 George St, Oxford, OX1 2BQ

Lecture will be in person and also viewable via Zoom:

Join Zoom Meeting
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Meeting ID: 872 6940 4535
Passcode: 714220

All are welcome! 

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Friday Night Shabbat Dinner

Friday, 3 Feb, 7.30pm

At Slager Jewish student centre, 61 George Street, Oxford, OX1 2BQ 

Click here to RSVP.

All are welcome!

Shabbat Lunch

Sat, 4 Feb, 1.30pm

At Chabad House, 75 Cowley Road, Oxford, OX4 1HR

Click here to RSVP.

All are welcome!

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Week 4

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Dr. Rebecca Wolpe

‘Working with Holocaust Documents: A Personal Perspective’

Rebecca Wolpe has a BA in Hebrew from Wadham College, Oxford, and an MA and PhD in Yiddish from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. She has worked at Yad Vashem for around nineteen years in various capacities, including guiding in the museum and translating/editing various books. She has also translated documents from the Ringelblum Archive as well as other private memoirs. 

About the lecture: Over the years I have had the privilege of working with a lot of Holocaust documents, including some in Yiddish that have only now been translated. I would like to share some of the amazing stories I've encountered, including a look at the original Yiddish manuscripts, some difficulties we've encountered and some startling coincidences. 

Tues, 7 Feb, 8pm 

Buffet reception 7pm

At Slager Jewish student centre, 61 George St, Oxford, OX1 2BQ

Lecture will be in person and also viewable via Zoom:

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87844683848?pwd=d295OTNWWHkydkdOUmQxSE1YSkh4Zz09

Meeting ID: 878 4468 3848
Passcode: 124562

All are welcome! 

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Friday Night Shabbat Dinner

Friday, 10 Feb, 7.30pm

At Slager Jewish student centre, 61 George Street, Oxford, OX1 2BQ 

Click here to RSVP.

All are welcome!

Shabbat Lunch

Sat, 11 Feb, 1.30pm

At Chabad House, 75 Cowley Road, Oxford, OX4 1HR

Click here to RSVP.

All are welcome!

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Week 5

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Professor Michael Yudkin

'Amnesty International and the Jewish Question'

Michael Yudkin was tutor in Biochemistry at University College, Oxford, until 1993, after which he moved to Kellogg College. He then taught in the Department for Continuing Education until retiring from his Professorship in 2005. He was active for many years in the campaign for Jews to be allowed to emigrate from the Soviet Union to Israel, and he continues to work against the boycott of Israeli academics.

Tues, 14 February, 8pm

Buffet reception 7pm

At Slager Jewish student centre, 61 George St, Oxford, OX1 2BQ

Lecture will be in person and also viewable via Zoom:

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88107308392?pwd=K3dqd1RPb2p0MXlDTGNkZ1hPTUFsZz09

Meeting ID: 881 0730 8392
Passcode: 547169

All are welcome! 

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Ancient Jewish coin viewing at the Ashmolean Museum

Dr. Volker Heuchert

Volker Heuchert is curator of Greek and Roman Provincial Coins, Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology, University of Oxford

Coins on display will include from the period of John Hyrcinus I (Yochanan Kohen Gadol), Late Hellenistic / early Roman Provincial Jewish coins, coins from the two Jewish Wars and Roman Imperial coins relating to the Jews e.g. Nerva abolishing the Fiscus Judaicus of Vespasian and his sons celebrating victory in the First Jewish War. In addition, a Persian (gold) Daric will be displayed, as relevant to the Jewish holiday of Purim.

Wed, 15 Feb, 2.30pm

At the Coin Study Room, Ashmolean Museum

Meet at entrance to Ashmolean Museum

RSVP: [email protected] 

All are welcome!

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Friday Night Shabbat Dinner

Friday, 17 Feb, 7.30pm

At Slager Jewish student centre, 61 George Street, Oxford, OX1 2BQ 

Click here to RSVP.

All are welcome!

Shabbat Lunch

Sat, 18 Feb, 1.30pm

At Chabad House, 75 Cowley Road, Oxford, OX4 1HR

Click here to RSVP.

All are welcome!

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Week 6

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Pre-Purim Seminar in Jewish Studies - Yom Limmud 

Exploring Jewish philosophy, ethics, law and spirituality

Sunday, 18 Feb, 2-5pm

At Slager Jewish student centre, 61 George St, Oxford, OX1 2BQ

Programme and date to be confirmed.

To present a 15-20 min talk on a topic related to Jewish thought, please email: [email protected]

All are welcome!

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Lecture and lunch

Professor Susanne Marten-Finnis

'Leon Bakst in Britain. Production - Reception - Impact'

Susanne Marten-Finnis is an Anglo-German scholar who has specialised in the study of Jewish periodicals in the European countries of former Jewish residency and migration. Her research methods explore the nexus between European thought and a unique textual tradition as the principle subject of Jewish heritage. Exemplary in this respect are her pioneering studies and publications on the transformative character of Jewish periodicals in Vilna, Czernovitz and Berlin. Her academic career includes positions at Queens University Belfast (Northern Ireland) and the universities of Portsmouth (United Kingdom) and Bremen (Germany) as well as visiting scholarships at the universities of Heidelberg, Berlin, Minsk and Oxford.

“Outsplendouring Splendour”! – commented the British press on the décor the Russian-Jewish artist Léon Bakst created one hundred years ago for the performance of the ballet La Belle au Bois dormant, revived under the title The Sleeping Princess at the London Alhambra Theatre in 1921. Indeed, Bakst’s contribution was the deciding factor in the great success of this ballet. Its spectacular impact lasted for decades. In this talk I will speak about the powerful Bakst reception in Britain. I will introduce Léon Bakst as a scenic artist, scrutinize British patterns of reception, and shed light on the enormously strong female response that Bakst’s décor evoked among the British public both Jewish and non-Jewish.

Tues, 21 Feb, 1pm

At Slager Jewish student centre, 61 George St, Oxford, OX1 2BQ

All are welcome!

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Online lecture

Rabbi Professor Alan Brill 

'Rabbi on the Ganges: A Jewish Hindu Encounter' 

Rabbi Prof. Alan Brill is the Cooperman/Ross Endowed Chair for Jewish-Christian Studies at Seton Hall University, where he teaches Jewish studies in the Jewish-Christian Studies Graduate Program. Brill received his B.A., M.A. and Ordination from Yeshiva University and his Ph.D. from the Department of Theology at Fordham University.  He specializes in interfaith theology, Jewish mysticism, modern Jewish thought, and contemporary Jewish Orthodoxy. Dr. Brill is also the author of Judaism and World Religions: Christianity, Islam, and Eastern Religions (Palgrave Macmillan, 2012), Judaism and Other Religions: Models of Understanding (Palgrave Macmillan, 2010) and Thinking God: The Mysticism of Rabbi Zadok of Lublin (Y. U. Press, 2002). He has been blogging since 2009 at https://kavvanah.blog/. Prof Brill was a Fulbright Senior Scholar Award for research and teaching at Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh in India. This research produced his recent volume Rabbi on the Ganges: A Jewish Hindu Encounter (Lexington Books, 2019). He is currently working on a book on a Jewish view of religious diversity.  

Tues, 21 February, 8pm

Buffet reception 7pm

Join Zoom Meeting
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Meeting ID: 831 3995 5860
Passcode: 995800

The lecture will be on Zoom and also viewable in person:

At Slager Jewish student centre, 61 George St, Oxford, OX1 2BQ

All are welcome! 

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Friday Night Shabbat Dinner

Friday, 24 Feb, 7.30pm

At Slager Jewish student centre, 61 George St, Oxford, OX1 2BQ

Click here to RSVP.

All are welcome! 

Shabbat Lunch

Sat, 25 Jan, 1.30pm

At Chabad House, 75 Cowley Road, Oxford, OX4 1HR

Click here to RSVP.

All are welcome!

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Week 7

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Book Launch Event

Emeritus Professor Kate C.M. Loewenthal

‘Trauma and religious faith’

Introduction by 

Dr. Joanna Collicutt

CM Loewenthal is Emeritus Professor of Psychology at Royal Holloway, University of London, Professor of Abnormal Psychology, New York University in London, and Visiting Professor at Glyndwr University, Wales and Heythrop College, London University. She is author of Religion, Culture and Mental Health (2006), An Introduction to Psychological Tests and Scales (2001, 2nd edition), Mental Health and Religion (1994), and The Psychology of Religion: A Short Introduction (2000), among numerous other influential works in the field of psychology of religion. Her most recent book is: ‘Trauma and religious faith.’

Joanna Collicutt studied Experimental Psychology and (later) Theology at Oxford University, and Clinical Psychology and (later) Christianity and the Arts at King's College, London. She is a chartered clinical psychologist and registered specialist neuropsychologist. After many years working in the British National Health Service, she moved into the field of psychology of religion and was director of the MA programme in psychology of religion at Heythrop College, University of London, moving back to Oxford in 2010 to take up posts as Lecturer in Psychology and Spirituality at Ripon College Cuddesdon, and Older People’s Adviser for the Diocese of Oxford until 2020. 

Tuesday, 28 February, 8pm, buffet reception, 7pm

At Slager Jewish student centre, 61 George St, Oxford, OX1 2BQ

RSVP for buffet reception: [email protected]

Lecture will be in person and also viewable via Zoom:

Join Zoom Meeting
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Meeting ID: 820 3145 2828
Passcode: 835835

All are welcome! 

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Friday Night Shabbat Dinner

Friday, 3 March, 7.30pm

At Slager Jewish student centre, 61 George Street, Oxford, OX1 2BQ 

Click here to RSVP.

All are welcome!

Shabbat Lunch

Sat, 4 March, 1.30pm

At Chabad House, 75 Cowley Road, Oxford, OX4 1HR

Click here to RSVP.

All are welcome!

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Week 8

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PURIM in the Wild West

Megillah reading and party

Monday, 6 March, 8pm 

At Slager Jewish student centre, 61 George St, Oxford, OX1 2BQ

Click here to RSVP

All are welcome! 

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Traditional Purim Party and Feast
 
Megillah reading, Wild West cuisine buffet, fancy dress (optional) and party
 
Bouncy zone for children / crafts
 
Klezmer music by Matthew Faulk
 
Tues, 7 March, 4.30pm-7pm
 
At Slager Jewish student centre, 61 George St, Oxford, OX1 2BQ

Click here to book.
 
All are welcome!

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Megillah - Scroll of Esther - reading:

Monday, 6 March, 7pm, 9pm, 11pm

Tuesday, 7 March: 9am, 11am, 1pm, 3pm, 4.30pm

At the Slager Jewish student centre, 61 George St, Oxford, OX1 2BQ

Click here to RSVP

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Professor David Aberbach

'The Environment and Literature of Moral Dilemmas'

David Aberbach wrote his D.Phil. at Oxford and taught at Oxford, Cornell, and McGill Universities.  His books on Hebrew literature include studies of Mendele Mocher Sefarim, C.N. Bialik, and S.Y. Agnon;  Imperialism and Biblical Prophecy 750-500 BCE;  Revolutionary Hebrew, Empire and Crisis; and The Bible and the ‘Holy Poor’: from the Tanakh to Les Misérables.   Since 2019, he has been affiliated with the Environmental Change Institute at Oxford, where he has recently published a book on environmental moral dilemmas in literature from the Hebrew Bible to the present.  

Thursday, 9 March, 8pm

At the Slager Jewish student centre, 61 George St, Oxford, OX1 2BQ

All are welcome!

 

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Friday Night Shabbat Dinner

Jake Wallis Simons

Jake Wallis Simons is an award-winning British journalist and novelist. In December 2021, he was appointed Editor of the Jewish Chronicle, where he has become known for publishing a number of world exclusives about the Mossad, including the inside story of the assassination of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh and a major three-part sabotage operation in Iran. In addition, he is a writer for the Spectator, a commentator for Sky News and a broadcaster for BBC Radio 4 and the World Service. Previously he was Associate Global Editor for the Daily Mail Online, and a features writer for the Sunday Telegraph. He has also worked for the Times, the Guardian, CNN, the BBC and other outlets. Jake has written four novels, including the bestselling The English German Girl, which tells the story of the Kindertransport. It won the Fiction Uncovered prize and received widespread critical acclaim. Jake holds a First in English from St Peter’s College, Oxford and a PhD in Creative Writing from UEA, and has lectured at Oxford and elsewhere. He is a judge for the Reuters News Fixer Award, and a Visiting Fellow at Bournemouth University.

Friday, 10 March, 7.30pm

At Slager Jewish student centre, 61 George Street, Oxford, OX1 2BQ 

Click here to RSVP.

All are welcome!

Shabbat Lunch

Sat, 11 March, 1.30pm

At Chabad House, 75 Cowley Road, Oxford, OX4 1HR

Click here to RSVP.

All are welcome!

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Rabbi Danny Goldstein

Sunday, 12 March, 8pm

At Slager Jewish student centre, 61 George Street, Oxford, OX1 2BQ 

All are welcome!

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CLASSES AND COURSES

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Sinai Scholars Course – ‘Think Jewish: Jewish Wisdom for Modern Life’

Explore the foundations of Judaism in 8 interactive sessions 

Stipend offered by Sinai Scholars Society: $350 / £260

To apply: click here.

For more info, email  [email protected]

The course covers the following topics: 1. Perspectives on Jewish Identity in the Modern World, 2. Foundational Elements of the Jewish Ethos, 3. Significance and Meaning of Jewish Observances, 4. An Oasis in Time: The Gift of Shabbat, 5. The Jewish secrets of Love and Marriage, 6. Jewish Ethics: Ancient System, Modern Applications, 7. An Overview of Jewish Mysticism, Kabbalah, and Chasidism, and 8. Forward Thinking: Examining Our Past to Forge Our Personal and Collective Future. 

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Talmud Class

Join us to study subjects in Judaism's all-important 6th century legal work of the Talmud that shapes Jewish law and thought up until today.

Every Sunday, 7pm

At Slager Jewish student centre, 61 George Street, Oxford, OX1 2BQ

All are welcome!

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Lunch 'n' Learn 

Join us for a weekly delicious Lunch & Learn on a variety of contemporary stimulating topics in ethics and philosophy.

Every Monday, 1pm

Brasenose College, LRVII

RSVP for lunch: [email protected]

All are welcome!

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Lunch & Learn at Brookes University

Every Wednesday, 12pm

The Forum

RSVP: [email protected]

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Pizza and Parsha

Join us for an in-depth study of the weekly Torah portion with Rabbi Eli while enjoying some delicious fresh home-baked Pizza.

Wednesdays, 7pm 

At Chabad House, 75 Cowley Road, Oxford, OX4 1HR or on Zoom

All are welcome!

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Hebrew for Beginners Course

For 6 consecutive weeks 

At Slager Jewish student centre, 61 George St, Oxford, OX1 2BQ

Course: £36 for the course / non students £40

Booking: [email protected]

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The Tajtelbaum Jewish Study Hall

The Tajtelbaum Jewish Study Hall is open daily for you to study with a fully stocked Judaica library, wireless internet and FREE coffee and refreshments on offer.

At Slager Jewish student centre, 61 George St, Oxford, OX1 2BQ

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Oxford Kosher Cafe

Enjoy a full menu of delicious Kosher food, which is situated in our spacious lounge with internet wireless connection, Wii, Jewish newspaper and satellite TV, in addition to our well stocked and diverse Judaica library with over 2000 interesting titles. Drop by for soups, deluxe sandwiches, bagels, salads, schnitzel, soft drinks and a range of delicious pastries.

OPEN daily: 12pm-2pm

At Slager Jewish student centre, 61 George St, Oxford, OX1 2BQ

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Sign UpWrite - Subscribe

If you or a friend would like to sign up to the Chabad Society, please email:

[email protected]


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Oxford University Chabad Society Committee 

Boruch Epstein (Linacre) - President, Jake Masters (St John's) - Secretary, Herbie Rimerman (Christ Church) - Treasurer, Simon Ravid (Brookes), Tzivia Lish (Linacre), Jozef Kosc (Green Templeton), Trevor Stern (St Cross), Michael Kaye (LMH), Aaron Beaudin (St Hugh's), Topher Colby (Jesus), Andreas Halner (St John's), Sophie Cardin (Brasenose), Anke Halner (St Annes), Leora Shlasko (St Antony's), Josh Lasri, Maanya Patel (St Peter's), Rachel Ramaglia (Psychology)

Senior Member: Prof. Nir Vulkan (Worcester)

To join the committee, email: [email protected]

Directors

Rabbi Eli & Freidy Brackman

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Looking forward to seeing you soon!

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