55 episodes

Chochmat Nashim was founded to fight injustice in the Orthodox Jewish world and bring about positive change. Join Rachel Stomel, Anne Gordon, and Shoshanna Keats Jaskoll as they speak from within the community out of love for Judaism, respect for tradition, and the need for justice.

The Chochmat Nashim Podcast: Women Talk Judaism Jewish Coffee House

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 5.0 • 4 Ratings

Chochmat Nashim was founded to fight injustice in the Orthodox Jewish world and bring about positive change. Join Rachel Stomel, Anne Gordon, and Shoshanna Keats Jaskoll as they speak from within the community out of love for Judaism, respect for tradition, and the need for justice.

    The “Ask Me Anything” Episode (Season 3 Episode 16)

    The “Ask Me Anything” Episode (Season 3 Episode 16)

    Now it’s YOUR turn to lead the conversation! In this double-length season finale, Chochmat Nashim answers questions submitted by listeners, covering a range of topics—authentic Judaism, boyfriends, secret agendas, books and more.

    Music: "Misery" by The Whips

    • 37 min
    (Men Discussing) Orthodox Women's Roles: A Follow-Up and Interview with Chochmat Nashim

    (Men Discussing) Orthodox Women's Roles: A Follow-Up and Interview with Chochmat Nashim

    Is it ever okay for men to have a conversation about women without women present? In a special crossover episode with the Orthodox Conundrum with Scott Kahn, Chochmat Nashim looks critically at the backlash to a recent OC episode that centered on women’s rabbinic opportunities — sans women.

    Music: "Happy Rock" by bensound.com

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Talking About Talking About Race (Season 3 Episode 15)

    Talking About Talking About Race (Season 3 Episode 15)

    Chochmat Nashim sits down to have the uncomfortable conversation that needs to be had. But can three white women in Israel contribute constructively when it comes to America’s racial injustice?

    Music: "Misery" by The Whips

    • 25 min
    Who Was That Masked (Wo)man? Social Responsibility During COViD-19 and Beyond (Season 3 Episode 14)

    Who Was That Masked (Wo)man? Social Responsibility During COViD-19 and Beyond (Season 3 Episode 14)

    How do the coronavirus guidelines tap into Jewish traditions of looking out for one another? Anne, Rachel, and Shoshanna navigate the tension between the personal and the collective, the reckless and redemption.

    Music: "Misery" by The Whips

    • 24 min
    Faith and Flexibility: What Happens to Judaism When You're Stuck at Home (Season 3 Episode 13)

    Faith and Flexibility: What Happens to Judaism When You're Stuck at Home (Season 3 Episode 13)

    After two months of lockdown, we're finally talking about the impact of quarantine - specifically, on religious life, from belief to prayer to mikveh, and everything in between. Rachel, Anne, and Shoshanna discuss how differently people (including rabbis) respond to religious need, and whether that will make lasting change in the community (including and in addition to "women's issues").

    Music: "Misery" by The Whips

    • 29 min
    Up, Up and Away: Aliyah Stories (Season 3 Episode 12)

    Up, Up and Away: Aliyah Stories (Season 3 Episode 12)

    In honor of Israel’s Independence Day, Rachel, Anne, and Shoshanna share stories of their respective moves to Israel — the perils, perseverance, and pride that colored their unique journeys.

    Music: "Misery" by The Whips

    • 29 min

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