"Rabbits and Lettuce: The History of the Haggadah in Art and Text" – An Evening with Dr. Joshua Kulp
There are more versions of the Passover Haggadah than any other book in Jewish history, including the Bible and Siddur. And many of them have pictures of rabbits! Come and learn how generations of Jews made the Haggadah relevant to their lives. Learn how they adopted the symbols of the seder to the regions throughout the world in which they lived. And most important, take home some new tidbits to impress your friends and family at your own seder!
Free and Open to the Community – Teens encouraged to join!
Dr. Joshua Kulp is Rosh Yeshiva and Director of the Conservative Yeshiva at the Fuchsberg Center in Jerusalem. He is the author of "The Schechter Haggadah: Art, History and Commentary and Reconstructing the Talmud". During the summer he is the Rosh Bet Midrash at Camp Ramah in New England.
Contact Rabbi Ilana Garber (firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions.
Sponsor: Sponsored by Beth El Temple, the Conservative Yeshiva and United Synagogue for Conservative Judaism.