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Jewish Feminism Reimagined (JewFem 2.0) is a 12-week online course dedicated to explorations of Jewish feminist ideas and practices in today's world. It is an outstanding gathering of Jewish feminist thought-leaders, scholars, and activists for engaging discussions about the evolution of Jewish feminism.

For more information on our amazing presenters, click here.

The course, which is taking place online live in the 2022 spring semester, features some of the greatest Jewish feminist thought leaders and activists in the world today, each week dedicated to a different topic with a unique panel of 3-4 amazing presenters.

It is not too late to sign up for the course! If you missed a few classes, you can watch previous recordings and connect directly with presenters through the course online group forums. To register for the course, click here


For those who are not able to join live, the course is also available to watch as recordings on Teachable. You can sign up for recordings only here.


Why now? 

The world has changed dramatically over the past few years. Technology, politics, culture, and societal ideas have affected the way we think about our lives and our communities. We decided it's time to discuss this. 

We have invited over thirty of the world's most interesting and inspiring Jewish feminist thought leaders to come together for a powerful discussion about how Jewish feminism has evolved.  The course is dedicated to opening up these issues and revisiting what Jewish feminism is about in today’s world.

For more information on our amazing presenters, click here.

The Curriculum

Each session is dedicated to a different core idea in Jewish feminism -- such as sexuality, gender identity, diversity, body, spirituality, and more. The sessions each have a panel of 3-4 incredible speakers engaged in the most current and cutting-edge thinking in the field. 

The course is divided into two parts:  

Section 1: Bodies and Identities (Jan 16-Feb 20)

An outstanding series of panel discussions on topics of sexuality, gender identity, diversity,  race, disability, and body in Jewish life, with some of the top thinkers and activists in the field.


Section 2: Cultures and Communities (Feb 27-April 3)

More phenomenal speakers exploring sexual abuse, power, politics, media, money, leadership, and ritual in Jewish life from a feminist perspective. 


For more details on the curriculum, click on the course descriptions below. 

If you have any questions, contact Dr. Elana Sztokman at elana(at) 

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