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THE SCHEDULE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE. One does not register for sessions.  Seating at individual sessions is first come, first served.
REGISTRATION and the Coat Room are on the 27th Floor along with many of the sessions. The Children’s Program, Lunch Room, Limmud Café and rooms E1, G3 and G4 are on the 16th Floor. There is easy access between the floors by 6 large elevators.
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Sunday, March 19 • 14:00 - 14:45
Café Limmud

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Café Limmud is a unique space that aims to generate further discussion between presenters and participants. During each hour of the program, specific presenters will "host" a table in the venue's room F1 (on the 16th floor). For presenters, it's a great opportunity to begin or continue a conversation with participants who may not have been able to attend your full session, and for participants, you might just want to know one last thing from an engaging presenter following their talk. All presenter times in Café Limmud will be advertised, but it's a fluid space where any new topic can be born. 
Books and other merchandise will be available for sale at some presenters' tables in each Cafe hour - come to schmooze and to browse!

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Dan Mendelsohn Aviv

Dr. Dan Mendelsohn Aviv has been engaged in Jewish learning as an educator, lecturer, professor, published scholar and author for almost twenty-five years. He hosts TanakhCast, a rollicking bi-weekly podcast about the Bible. He is also the author of End Of The Jews: Radical Breaks, Remakes and What Comes Next and Bar Mitzvah Palooza! Why the Jewish Rite of Passage Needs an Overhaul. Most of all, he is proud of his three children Maayan, Heala... Read More →
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Beverley Chalmers

Dr. Chalmers' research specializes in examining the birth experiences of women in difficult religious, social, political and economic situations. These settings reveal challenging circumstances ranging from political and economic repression in Apartheid South Africa, and in the former Soviet Union, religiously inspired cruelty of female genital mutilation, and over-medicalization of birth in the technologically developed world. None of these... Read More →
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Sholom Eisenstat

Consultant, Taskilu Resources
Sholom has retired from a 35-year career teaching in Jewish day schools and public secondary schools in the Toronto area. He has an MA in Jewish Studies. Over the decades, he became an expert at educational technology for the classroom and an evangelist for technology integration across the curriculum. He currently consults to Jewish schools cultivating the integration of technology into Jewish Studies.
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Elisa Hategan

Elisa Hategan is an author, journalist, speaker and subject matter expert on neo-Nazi, extremist political movements and terrorist recruitment tactics. She has been interviewed by CBC, CTV, CityTV, Global TV, Toronto Star, Toronto Sun, Globe & Mail, Metro News, Macleans, Now Magazine, Xtra, Canadian Jewish News, Ottawa Citizen, Vision TV and various international media. She has written for the Canadian Jewish News and assorted literary magazines... Read More →

Sunday March 19, 2017 14:00 - 14:45
F1 - Limmud Cafe 16th Floor

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