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Nathaniel Berman

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Nathaniel Berman Interview - Lilith, Kabbalah, and the Zohar

Witches & Wine Audio Experience

Lilith has been claimed by so many people, but whose culture does she truly belong to? Topics discussed:  Demystifying Lilith Is Lilith good or evil? The fallen form of Lilith The Alphabet of ben Sirach Get in touch with Chaweon: https://www.instagram.com/hichaweon/ https://www.tiktok.com/@hichaweon https://www.facebook.com/witchesandwine/ Hey babe, hear the full-length "Director's Cut" of interviews (and other bonus content). Support Witches & Wine on Patreon:   https://www.patreon.com/witchesandwine

1hr 14mins

17 Aug 2021

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Nathaniel Berman - From International Law to Kabbalah!

Valley Beit Midrash

Rabbi Dr. Shmuly Yanklowitz, President & Dean of Valley Beit Midrash interviews Professor Nathaniel Berman, Rahel Varnhagen Professor of International Affairs, Law, and Modern Culture at Brown University, on the topic of "From International Law to Kabbalah!"DONATE: http://www.bit.ly/1NmpbsPFor podcasts of VBM lectures, GO HERE:https://www.valleybeitmidrash.org/learning-library https://www.facebook.com/valleybeitmidrash

19mins

20 Dec 2019

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Nathaniel Berman - A Poetic Mythology for our Age of Anger?

Valley Beit Midrash

Professor Nathaniel Berman, Rahel Varnhagen Professor of International Affairs, Law, and Modern Culture in Brown University’s Religious Studies Department, presents his Valley Beit Midrash lecture "A Poetic Mythology for our Age of Anger? The Furious Emergence of Gods, Devils, and Human Beings in Kabbalah and its Lesson for Today" before an audience at Temple Chai (www.templechai.com/) in Phoenix, AZ.ABOUT THIS SPEAKER: Nathaniel Berman is the Rahel Varnhagen Professor of International Affairs, Law, and Modern Culture in Brown University’s Religious Studies Department. For much of his career, Berman’s scholarship focused on the construction of modern internationalism through its relationships to nationalism, colonialism, and religion. In particular, it has examined early 20th century internationalism as one of the sites of the invention of cultural modernism. Berman’s work on these issues has been broadly interdisciplinary, drawing on literary criticism, cultural studies, post-colonial theory, and religious studies. More recently, Berman’s work has focused more directly on the relationship between religion and legal and political theory. He has also embarked on several major projects in the area of Judaic Studies. For several years, he co-directed Brown’s Religion and Internationalism Project, a joint venture between the Cogut Institute and Brown’s Religious Studies Department.DONATE: www.bit.ly/1NmpbsPFor more info, please visit:www.facebook.com/valleybeitmidrash/ www.facebook.com/temple.chai twitter.com/VBMTorah www.facebook.com/RabbiShmulyYanklowitz/Music: "They Say" by WowaMusik, a public domain track from the YouTube Audio Library.

1hr 23mins

20 Dec 2019

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Nathaniel Berman - “But Now God is Not One”

Valley Beit Midrash

Professor Nathaniel Berman, Rahel Varnhagen Professor of International Affairs, Law, and Modern Culture in Brown University’s Religious Studies Department, presents his Valley Beit Midrash lecture "'But Now God is Not One': Kabbalah as the Cry of a Broken World Longing for Redemption" before an audience at Temple Beth Shalom (tbsaz.org/) in Sun City, AZ.ABOUT THIS SPEAKER: Nathaniel Berman is the Rahel Varnhagen Professor of International Affairs, Law, and Modern Culture in Brown University’s Religious Studies Department. For much of his career, Berman’s scholarship focused on the construction of modern internationalism through its relationships to nationalism, colonialism, and religion. In particular, it has examined early 20th century internationalism as one of the sites of the invention of cultural modernism. Berman’s work on these issues has been broadly interdisciplinary, drawing on literary criticism, cultural studies, post-colonial theory, and religious studies. More recently, Berman’s work has focused more directly on the relationship between religion and legal and political theory. He has also embarked on several major projects in the area of Judaic Studies. For several years, he co-directed Brown’s Religion and Internationalism Project, a joint venture between the Cogut Institute and Brown’s Religious Studies Department. DONATE: bit.ly/1NmpbsPFor more info, please visit:
www.facebook.com/valleybeitmidrash/twitter.com/VBMTorahwww.facebook.com/RabbiShmulyYanklowitz/ www.facebook.com/templebethshalomaz/Music: "They Say" by WowaMusik, a public domain track from the YouTube Audio Library.

1hr 20mins

19 Dec 2019

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