Alicia Jo RabinsSpiritual journeys, women in Torah, violins, vulnerability, poetry, art & feminism: an exploration
Deborah LipstadtThe Jewish people should be known for what they have achieved, not by what has been done to them
Jeremy LeighAdvocating a deeper engagement with the past, to change it from a foreign country to home territory
Amichai Lau-LavieAn ancient tale about saving the world through better telling the greatest story ever told
Seth CohenAn exploration into network-thinking & how the opportunities are being explored in the Jewish world
Raphael ZarumCan the meanings behind all our traditions be explained with text, or does love of text matter more?
Miriam BergerWhy do you do Jewish in the way you do? If you did it differently how would your life turn out?
Avraham InfeldOutlining a vision for the Jewish People to find a way to be unified without being uniform
Sarah BenorMaking the case for "Jewish English", one of several 21st-century Jewish languages
Daniel GordisThe bible is about the importance of & longing for a homeland, but it's not just the Jews' longing..
Yehuda KurtzerA framework to forward thinking about Jewish contemporary life and its challenges
Emily WalshKids & families who have rich Jewish experiences will infuse a love for Judaism in all that they do
Seth AnziskaSeth considers how our Jewish history could pave the way for a new communal ethic.
Jonathan WittenbergA philosophical meditation on belief, God and accountability to all life
Ruth HaCohenThe neglected yet crucial role of music in shaping modes of religious and ethnic experience
Marc HirshmanThis talk tries to provide insight into the Jewish Sages unique approach to Biblical commentary.
Jude WilliamsA 2nd generation survivor's experience of the weight & meaning of a Jewish memory of the Holocaust
Suzanne FranksCan the individual humanity in news stories help us comprehend the magnitude of mass suffering?
Nathan Lopes CardozoListen to my talk and to Johann Sebastian Bach and hear the music of Jewish tradition
James KugelUncovering the great lesson embodied by the Dead Sea Scrolls - Scripture’s fundamental malleability
Gila SacksAn argument for why work is the most fundamental Jewish value
Adina RothWhat if we moved our hips along with our lips in shul & what if women really 'touched' the Torah...?
Leonard PetlakhHow can we really engage the unaffiliated? Start by listening, not telling...
Yosef AbramowitzFind out how the Jewish people can stop climate change and save the planet with solar power
Shalom SabarCan a flag reflect attitudes towards power and the transformations in Jewish society?
Daniel ReiselInstead of being about divine revelation, Sinai can be read as a story of 'anti-revelation'...
Shani BechhoferWe are all Jewish educators. A thoughtful reflection on our choices and goals as parents or teachers
Simja DujovA musical and inspirational talk on parties as a sacred experience
Yisrael CampbellYisrael reflects on how it has been stories that have been the connecting factor is his life
Daniel FreelanderWhy we must be open to new musical interpretations, so our traditions don't become stale
Miriam BrosseauExploring that moment when everything clicks...and everything changes
Jacqueline NichollsEncouraging you to look at the world through different eyes - as a truly 'observant' Jew
Sally BerkovicReflecting on death and the preparation of a body for burial, Sally considers life and its purpose
Clive LawtonInstead of caring only about our kids learning Jewish stuff, let's focus on our own education first
Joy SisiskyWhat are our responsibilities as global Jewish citizens? Can we express our Jewishness differently?
Seth FarberAn ancient story about contemporary Jewish life
David EvansImagining the impact if the paradigms of Rabbinic Judaism were part of secular European culture...
Joyce KleinHow eating treif taught me to love the Jewish people
Ruth CalderonA close reading of the story of Rabbi Akiva, exploring the concept of One-Echad-Wahad
Josh BaumReflections from a Hebrew scribe about the act of creating; imagination, distraction... and mistakes
Dyonna GinsburgAn exploration of the concept of humility and the inherent difficulties in talking about it
Yaffa EpsteinExamining 'impostor syndrome' and how some of our greatest Jewish leaders have been sufferers of it
Miriam ShavivOrthodoxy must become more familiar with and honest about its past, if it wants to secure its future
Mimi FeigelsonA challenge to claim our lives in their totality, including taking ownership of our own funeral
Julian SinclairHow do we make a difference in our wondrous, fragile and interconnected world?
Sir Trevor Pears“Jewish is as Jewish does”: Judaism is a call to action to change the world for the better
Chana KanzenExploring the relationship between Judaism, education and technology
David Davidi-BrownJoin David's journey from ancient Iraq to East London to discover a different take on difference