31 episodes

Welcome to Hadran: Beyond the Daf where you will discover enlightening shiurim led by remarkable women, delving deep into the intricacies of Talmudic teachings, and exploring relevant and thought-provoking topics that arise from the Daf.

This podcast is more than just a study session; it's a platform dedicated to empowering women scholars, fostering diverse perspectives, and creating female Jewish role models. Tune in to be inspired, informed, and engaged in the vibrant world of Torah learning and discussions.

Daf Yomi shiurim podcast: Daf Yomi for Women - Hadran
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Beyond the Daf - Hadran Hadran: Advancing Talmud Study for Women

    • Religion & Spirituality

Welcome to Hadran: Beyond the Daf where you will discover enlightening shiurim led by remarkable women, delving deep into the intricacies of Talmudic teachings, and exploring relevant and thought-provoking topics that arise from the Daf.

This podcast is more than just a study session; it's a platform dedicated to empowering women scholars, fostering diverse perspectives, and creating female Jewish role models. Tune in to be inspired, informed, and engaged in the vibrant world of Torah learning and discussions.

Daf Yomi shiurim podcast: Daf Yomi for Women - Hadran
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    Din & Daf: The Multi-Dimensional History of Ona'a - Dr. Elana Stein Hain

    Din & Daf: The Multi-Dimensional History of Ona'a - Dr. Elana Stein Hain

    Din & Daf: Conceptual Analysis of Halakha Through Case Study with Dr. Elana Stein Hain

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    The Gemara describes ona’at mammon as overcharging (or underpaying) for portable items. This seems far afield from the description of ona’ah in the Torah (Vayikra 25). What does the discrepancy between the two tell us about the various dimensions of ona’at mammon?

    Dr. Elana Stein Hain – dinanddaf@hadran.org.il

    • 37 min
    Stand by Your Word! - On Second Thought with Rabbanit Yafit Clymer

    Stand by Your Word! - On Second Thought with Rabbanit Yafit Clymer

    On Second Thought: Delving Into the Sugya with Rabbanit Yafit Clymer

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    Bava Metzia 48

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    • 19 min
    Money, Money, Money! - On Second Thought with Rabbanit Yafit Clymer

    Money, Money, Money! - On Second Thought with Rabbanit Yafit Clymer

    On Second Thought: Delving Into the Sugya with Rabbanit Yafit Clymer Masechet

    ⁠Sources⁠

    Bava Metzia 42

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    • 20 min
    Din & Daf: Borrowing without Permission with Dr. Elana Stein Hain

    Din & Daf: Borrowing without Permission with Dr. Elana Stein Hain

    Din & Daf: Conceptual Analysis of Halakha Through Case Study with Dr. Elana Stein Hain

    Din & Daf: Borrowing without Permission: Why is it Problematic?
    Bava Metzia 41, 43

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    The Gemara in BM 41a and 43b claim that one who uses another person’s items without permission is a thief and she is liable for damages if someone happens to the item even after she finished using it! Why should this be so, especially where the “borrower” returned the item to where she found it before anything happened to it? Is this categorization always relevant? In this shiur, we will examine the logic behind this categorization of thief, especially what it suggests about personal ownership in halakhah.

    Dr. Elana Stein Hain - dinanddaf@hadran.org.il

    • 26 min
    Bury the Money?! - Gefet with Rabbanit Yael Shimoni

    Bury the Money?! - Gefet with Rabbanit Yael Shimoni

    Gefet: Gemara, Perushim and Tosfot

    An in-depth (Iyun) Gemara shiur with Rabbanit Yael Shimoni and Shalhevet Schwartz

    A shomer sachar (paid guardian) digs a hole deep in the ground to bury the money that he is safekeeping -- and then the money is stolen. Is he liable? What do you think? Explore a heated debate among the Rishonim that emerges from Tosafot on our Daf.

    Bava Metzia 42

    Gefet with Rabbanit Yael Shimoni and Shalhevet Schwartz is in collaboration with Yeshivat Drisha

    • 30 min
    Din & Daf: Negligence & Responsibility with Dr. Elana Stein Hain

    Din & Daf: Negligence & Responsibility with Dr. Elana Stein Hain

    Din & Daf: Conceptual Analysis of Halakha Through Case Study with Dr. Elana Stein Hain

    Negligence, followed by unavoidable interference: Who’s at fault?

    Dr. Elana Stein Hain – dinanddaf@hadran.org.il

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    Bava Metzia 36a-b discusses the concept of תחילתו בפשיעה וסופו באונס, damage that resulted from a process that began with negligence but most immediately was caused by unavoidable interference. Should the person who was negligent originally be liable for compensation, does the unavoidability of the immediate cause of the damage change the equation of guilt? This is a great test case for considerations of responsibility!

    • 30 min

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