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Friday, June 29 • 9:20pm - 10:30pm
Public Shaming or Public Service: The Ethical Challenges of Social Media Through a Jewish Lens

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Social media has made the sharing of personal information easier, with a far wider scope than ever before.  What are the ethical guidelines when sharing this information, especially as it affects others?  What are the competing values at play, and can Jewish sources help us navigate them?  Together we will explore how traditional texts can help us deepen our conversations and decisions about how, and with whom, we share information about others.

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Zvi Hirschfield

Teacher of Talmud, Halacha and Jewish Thought
Zvi teaches Talmud, Halakha and Jewish Thought at Pardes.  In addition, Zvi is a faculty member of the Pardes Center for Jewish Educators and has been training and mentoring Jewish Educators for over ten years in Tefilah in educational settings, critical issues in modern Jewish thought and Israel education.Zvi holds a B.A. in History from Columbia University and did graduate work at Harvard University in Medieval and Modern Jewish Thought.  He studied at... Read More →


Friday June 29, 2018 9:20pm - 10:30pm
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