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Listen in as Dan Libenson and Lex Rofeberg analyze pressing issues for 21st century American Judaism. Mixing their own analysis with interviews of leading thinkers, practitioners, and even "regular Jews," Dan and Lex look to push past the bounds of what it means to be Jewish in the 21st century.

You can support Judaism Unbound at www.JudaismUnbound.com/donate.

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Listen in as Dan Libenson and Lex Rofeberg analyze pressing issues for 21st century American Judaism. Mixing their own analysis with interviews of leading thinkers, practitioners, and even "regular Jews," Dan and Lex look to push past the bounds of what it means to be Jewish in the 21st century.

You can support Judaism Unbound at www.JudaismUnbound.com/donate.

    Episode 209: Wait...Soft Matzah? - Barry Dolinger, Naomi Baine

    Episode 209: Wait...Soft Matzah? - Barry Dolinger, Naomi Baine

    Barry Dolinger and Naomi Baine, co-founders of Mitzvah Matzos, [1] join Dan and Lex for a conversation in which they explain that — despite what you’ve heard — matzah isn’t always hard like a cracker! More than that, they’re offering a new avenue for you, in eating it, to directly contribute to the betterment of our world.

    • 56 Min.
    Episode 208: Yiddish...Nu? - Dan and Lex

    Episode 208: Yiddish...Nu? - Dan and Lex

    Dan and Lex have one word for you, listeners……Nu? Just kidding, they have many thousands of words to offer in this episode, which concludes a unit of conversations about Yiddish language and culture in America. This episode is the sixth and final episode in a series produced in collaboration with the Yiddish Book Center, as part of its Decade of Discovery initiative, in honor of 40 years since the Yiddish Book Center’s founding.

    • 50 Min.
    Bonus Episode: A Pluralism of Necessity - Rena Yehuda Newman

    Bonus Episode: A Pluralism of Necessity - Rena Yehuda Newman

    In this special episode, 2019 Judaism Unbound and New Voices Fellow Rena Yehuda Newman (they/them) explores a new concept called “Pluralism of Necessity,” when communities are formed not because their members have much in common, but because they need each other.

    • 1 Std. 14 Min.
    Episode 207: American History of Yiddish - Tony Michels

    Episode 207: American History of Yiddish - Tony Michels

    Tony Michels, the George L. Mosse professor of American Jewish History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, joins Dan Libenson and Lex Rofeberg for a conversation about the evolving role of Yiddish in America, from the late-19th century through the present. This episode is the fifth in a series of episodes produced in collaboration with the Yiddish Book Center, as part of its Decade of Discovery initiative, in honor of 40 years since the Yiddish Book Center’s founding.

    • 46 Min.
    Episode 206: "Practical" Isn't the Point - Sandy Fox

    Episode 206: "Practical" Isn't the Point - Sandy Fox

    Sandy Fox, American Jewish historian and host of Vaybertaytsh, a “feminist podcast for the Yiddish-speaking and the Yiddish-curious,” joins Dan Libenson and Lex Rofeberg for a conversation that weaves together the topics of Yiddish, podcasting, summer camp, gender, and much more. (Fox is also known among Yiddish-speakers as Sosye-Friedl). This episode is the fourth in a series of episodes produced in collaboration with the Yiddish Book Center, as part of its Decade of Discovery initiative, in honor of 40 years since the Yiddish Book Center’s founding.

    • 52 Min.
    Episode 205: A Yiddish Family - Asya Vaisman Schulman, Seb Schulman

    Episode 205: A Yiddish Family - Asya Vaisman Schulman, Seb Schulman

    Asya Vaisman Schulman and Sebastian Schulman join Dan Libenson and Lex Rofeberg to talk about each of their individual relationships to Yiddish language and culture, along with their collective relationship to Yiddish that is embodied through their nuclear family. This episode is the third in a series of episodes produced in collaboration with the Yiddish Book Center, as part of its Decade of Discovery initiative, in honor of 40 years since the Yiddish Book Center’s founding.

    • 44 Min.

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