Limmud Manchester 2021 - Presenters

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Aviva Dautch

Aviva Dautch is the Executive Director of Jewish Renaissance, the UK's quarterly Jewish arts magazine. She lectures on modern Jewish culture at the University of Roehampton, LSJS and JW3 and her poems, reviews and literary essays are widely published. Aviva is a regular contributor to courses and programmes for the British Library, British Museum and BBC Radio 4.

Sunday 11:00
Sunday 11:00 Louis Golding: Bloomsbury's Mancunian Jew

Margaret de Haas

Margaret has had over 40 years’ experience in the Law, as a Junior Barrister, and then as Queen’s Counsel. She was appointed a Circuit Judge in 2004. Margaret was the designated Family Judge for Cheshire and Merseyside and sat as a Deputy High Court Judge and Senior Circuit Judge in the Family Courts. She retired as a Judge on 31st August 2020, but continues to sit part-time as a Family Judge.

Sunday 11:00
Sunday 11:00 A Life in the Family Courts

David Dee

David Dee is Associate Professor/Reader of Modern History at De Montfort University, Leicester. He has researched and written widely on the modern History of the British-Jewish community and is the author of Sport and British Jewry: Integration, Ethnicity and Anti-Semitism (Manchester, 2013) and The ‘Estranged Generation’? Social and Generational Change in Interwar British Jewry (London, 2017). He is currently working on a project on the History of immigrants and minorities in British boxing.

Sunday 15:00
Sunday 15:00 The "Undisputed Sports King of the North": The Life, Journalism and Untimely Death of Henry Rose

Liz Diament

Liz Diament is a senior educator at the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C. where she develops and implements curriculum for volunteer educators and manages school and general public tours. She also conducts innovative professional development for teachers around teaching critical thinking through art. She received a degree in Art History from Manchester University, (so is thrilled to be returning here!) and a Masters in Museum Education from Bank Street College of Education, New York. Liz is also passionate about using works of art to uncover connections to Jewish texts.

Sunday 15:00
Sunday 15:00 Never Heard of Her! Rediscovering the American Modernist Artist, Theresa Bernstein

Max Dunbar

Max Dunbar is the CEO of Manchester Jewish Museum and is responsible for steering the museum’s ambitious redevelopment project.

Sunday 12:00
Sunday 12:00 How can a new Jewish Museum help make better connections between diverse Jewish communities?

Joseph Dweck

Rabbi Dweck is American born and studied at Yeshiva Hazon Ovadia under former Sephardi Chief Rabbi Ovadia Yosef z”l. Rabbi Dweck received rabbinic ordination from Rabbi Ovadia Yosef under the auspices of Sephardic Rabbinical College of Brooklyn. He also studied psychology and philosophy; reived a Bachelor of Arts degree in Liberal Studies from Excelsior College and an MA Degree in Jewish Education from Middlesex University at The London School of Jewish Studies. As Senior Rabbi, Rabbi Dweck is Deputy President of LSJS; a President of The Council of Christians and Jews and Ecclesiastical Authority of The Board of Deputies.

Sunday 11:00
Sunday 11:00 The 12 Steps Through the Lens of Torah

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