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Hannah Kaye

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Hannah Kaye relishes Jewish learning, having studied in Israel at Nishmat and Orot. Not content with learning in only one country at a time, she co-chaired and edited Limmud’s first International Chavruta Program, which debuted at Limmud UK last month. Coordinating teams on four different continents across 14 time zones, she became Skype's most frequent client of the year for 2009.

2010 Chavruta Project: One Language

Hannah Kaye, Karen Radkowsky

College/University Student Recommended, Text & Thought

Chavruta means "partnership" and involves two people with similar levels of ability and knowledge exploring texts together. We will examine ancient sources, modern scholarship, song lyrics and more, all centered on the theme of language. Everyone is welcome, whether you have studied texts before or not. Knowledge of Hebrew is not required. Bring a study partner, or we’ll find one for you.

2010 Chavruta Project: One God

Hannah Kaye, Karen Radkowsky

College/University Student Recommended, Text & Thought

Chavruta means "partnership" and involves two people with similar levels of ability and knowledge exploring texts together. We will examine ancient sources, modern scholarship, song lyrics and more, all centered on the theme of one God. Everyone is welcome, whether you have studied texts before or not. Knowledge of Hebrew is not required. Bring a study partner, or we’ll find one for you.

2010 Chavruta Project: One People

Limmud NY Chavruta Project Team, Hannah Kaye, Karen Radkowsky

College/University Student Recommended, Text & Thought

Chavruta means "partnership" and involves two people with similar levels of ability and knowledge exploring texts together. We will examine ancient sources, modern scholarship, song lyrics, and more—all centered on the theme of peoplehood. Everyone is welcome, whether you have studied texts before or not. Knowledge of Hebrew is not required. Bring a study partner, or we’ll find one for you.

2010 Chavruta Project: One World

Hannah Kaye, Karen Radkowsky

College/University Student Recommended, Text & Thought

Chavruta means "partnership" and involves two people with similar levels of ability and knowledge exploring texts together. We will examine ancient sources, modern scholarship, song lyrics and more, all centered on the theme of one world. Everyone is welcome, whether you have studied texts before or not. Knowledge of Hebrew is not required. Bring a study partner, or we’ll find one for you.

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