Sign In Forgot Password

Me'ah Select 

Led by outstanding faculty from Me'ah Classic and sponsored by Combined Jewish Philanthropies (CJP), Me'ah Select is a one semeter, in-depth exploration of a specific theme, text, personality, or slice of Jewish history, taught at the college level, but without papers and assignments.

You do not need to have taken Me'ah Classic to participate.

Classes in Lexington take place at Temple Isaiah (Monday evenings) and Temple Emunah (Thursday mornings) and are open to the community.  Additional Me'ah Select classes are offered around the Boston area.

 A full list of courses and more information about Me'ah Select is available on the Hebrew College website.

For information about financial aid, email meah@hebrewcollege.edu

Fall 2020

"Unpacking Antisemitism: Religious Origins, Modern Forms and Contemporary Dynamics"

Dr. Jacob Meskin

Meets Mondays, 7pm-9pm (Sponsored by the Lexington Collaborative); 10 sessions

Class begins Monday, October 19th and continues for 9 additional sessions

Class will be taught on Zoom

Cost: for 10 sessions: $325, financial aid is available

Registration: To register for this class, please contact visit the Hebrew College Website.


 

"The Sword and the Cross from Mexico to Argentina: Jewish Literature of Extreme Situations"

Dr. Dalia Wassner

Meets Thursdays, 9:30am-11:30am  (Sponsored by the Lexington Collaborative); 10 sessions

Class begins Thursday October 15, 2020 and continues for 9 additional sessions

Class will be taught on Zoom

Cost: for 10 sessions: $325,  financial aid is available

Registration: To register for this class, please visit the Hebrew College Website

Sat, December 5 2020 19 Kislev 5781