Princeton Yeshiva Fellowship
with Rabbi Elie Bercuson
The Princeton Yeshiva Fellowship is an interactive program in which students develop their skills in reading and interpreting the Babylonian Talmud and its major medieval and modern commentaries. Meeting on Sundays at 9:45 AM, students closely study sections of Tractate Ketubot in pairs and small groups, in the "chevruta" style popular in the traditional yeshiva. The program emphasizes individual participation; classes are led on a rotating basis by Rabbi Elie Bercuson and by participating students. This fellowship is designed for students with experience in reading Rabbinic texts in their original Hebrew. A light breakfast is served.
Applications are due September 15th.
Contact Rabbi Elie Bercuson (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.