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Monday, June 14 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Toratah, the regendered Bible: breaking the locks, expanding the canon

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Where is the library of Jewish sacred texts that codifies women’s experience in the sacred? Are you ready to unsettle your foundational Jewish habits? Introducing the Regendered Bible: possibly the most radical development in Jewish text you'll encounter. Is it breaking Judaism? Is it building upon it? Is it heresy? Is it holy? Join us for ritual and study of Toratah (HerTorah) – a Torah in which all genders are reversed and the Feminine Divine law descends through a mother-daughter lineage. We will examine Genesis 1-3, the Creation narrative, to see what happens when the first man is a woman, and the first woman is a man. Yael will introduce us to her groundbreaking work and the painstaking process required to arrive at Toratah. We’ll experience this work through song, prayer, leining, and study, and conclude with the expanded vision of Torah sheleima – a complete Torah.

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Yael Kanarek

Yael Kanarek is an established Israeli-American multidisciplinary artist, known for her pioneering use of multilingualism in art. A student of Kabbalah, since 2016, she has been working on regendering the Bible in response to the critical void of canonical text in L’shon Isha (feminine... Read More →

Monday June 14, 2021 12:00pm - 1:00pm AEST
Room 5
  Text tradition and philosophy