The Future of Judaism in America book cover

On May 23-24 2023, The Greenberg Center will host a two day academic conference on The Future of Judaism in America, the final book in The Future of Religion in America series co-edited by Mark Silk and Andrew Walsh. The authors of each chapter –  Marc Stern, Jerome Chanes, Lawrence Grossman, Ira Sheshkin, Shaul Magid, Sylvia Fishman and Eugene Korn will be in attendance, as well as selected commentators and series co-editor Mark Silk. The conference is not open to the public, but a video recording will be available to stream sometime in early June.


On March 7, 2023, Bron Raymond Taylor gave a public lecture as part of his activities on campus as the 2023 Distinguished Greenberg Visiting Fellow. Prof Taylor is one of the world’s leading scholars in the field of religion and nature, and a core faculty member in the University of Florida’s Graduate Program in Religion and Nature.  Prof. Taylor’s research focuses on the emotional, spiritual, ethical and political dimensions of environmental movements He is a prominent historian, author, and ethnographer of environmentalism,  especially radical environmentalist movements, nature-based spiritualities and surfing.


In light of the ongoing war in Ukraine, The Greenberg Center held a conference October 5-6 2022 on the Just War theory, as interpreted by the Catholic and the Greek Orthodox tradition traditions.


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