Rabbi Mira Beth Wasserman

Mira Beth Wasserman’s work as a rabbi and scholar bridges Talmud study, community building and the pursuit of social justice. She is director of the Center for Jewish Ethics and assistant professor of rabbinic literature at the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College. Her teaching and research focuses on how Talmud study can serve contemporary ethical deliberation. Her book, Jews, Gentiles, and Other Animals: The Talmud After the Humanities, was awarded the Salo Baron prize for the best first book in Jewish studies published in 2017.

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The Reconstructionist Network