New Jewish Feminism(s): An interview with Rabbi Elyse Goldstein
October 31, 2016

On this week’s show, Malcah speaks with Rabbi Elyse Goldstein. Rabbi Goldstein is the director of Kolel: The Adult Centre for Liberal Jewish Learning and is the author of ReVisions: Seeing Torah through a Feminist Lens and The Women’s Torah Commentary and The Women’s Haftarah Commentary published by Jewish Lights. Her most recent work is the anthology New Jewish Feminism: Probing the Past, Forging the Future, which will be availalbe in November 2008. The interview covers many of the themes reflected in Rabbi Goldstein’s teachings and writings including a number of perspectives found in the New Jewish Feminism compilation. Tune in for a really engaging interview. (Air date: October 2008)

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Episode 85: People of the Book(s)
May 26, 2014

On this episode of radio613, Malcah and Avi share and discuss a list of books they are reading or are prominently on their radar:

He, She and It by Marge Piercy

Living in the Shadow of the Cross: Understanding and Resisting the Power and Privilege of Christian Hegemony by Paul Kivel

None is Too Many: Canada and the Jews of Europe 1933-1948 by Irving Abella and Harold Troper

The Issue is Power by Melanie Kaye/Kantrowitz

Hillbilly Nationalists, Urban Race Rebels, and Black Power: Community Organizing in Radical Times by Amy Sonnie and James Tracy

Also featured, some new music arrivals at CFRC 101.9fm from artists Aviva Chernick, Lenka Lichtenberg, and Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings.

The episode begins with a review of the Harold Green Jewish Theatre production “New Jerusalem” that explores the interrogation and excommunication of Baruch Spinoza at the Talmud Torah Congregation in Amsterdam, 1656.

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Episode 72: Mayoral Monsters/Channukah 5773
December 16, 2012

Our 72nd episode fell on the 3rd night of Channukah this year. Tune in to hear us light the candles and celebrate, live on the radio. In the second part of the show, we join a creative feminist intervention into municipal politics. Reena Katz organized a live in person and web reading of the Cynthia Ozick novella: “Putermesser and Xanthippe.” We spoke to Reena about this project and tuned in to hear an excerpt of the reading.

With music by Klezroym (“Yankele Nel Ghetto”), DeLeon (“Ochos Kandelikas”), Y-Love (“Hanukkah, Oy Hanukkah”), Klezmer Conservatory Band (“O Ir Kleyne Likhtelekh”), Jerusha (“Latke Dance”)

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