A Summer of Torah Study in the JTS Beit 米德拉什
Nis协会 is a summer program where students immerse themselves in Torah learning, cultivating the skills to access classical Jewish sources: Talmud, 米德拉什, 哈拉卡, 希伯来语, and parshanut (Torah and its commentaries). The program is split into two four-week sessions. Students can elect to participate in either session or both.
See course listings below, including optional 希伯来语 courses. 问题? 请随时与我们联系 nis协会@zengyihou.com.
Nis协会 is for anyone interested in gaining fluency in classical Jewish texts. You will gain the text skills and knowledge you need to speak authentically from the Jewish tradition. The program also includes intermediate and advanced Talmud courses for those with more background studying Jewish texts.
- Learn the basic texts of the Jewish tradition: Torah, Mishnah, Talmud, 米德拉什, and halakhah.
- Improve your 希伯来语 language abilities and gain independence in your study of Jewish texts.
- Prepare yourself for a career in Jewish education, communal service, academia, the rabbinate, or the cantorate.
- Explore the academic and social community at JTS, North America’s preeminent institution of Jewish higher education.
A limited number of fellowships including waived Nis协会 tuition are available for candidates preparing to apply to JTS graduate programs. 奖学金 are limited, so apply early.
RLC 5022 Introduction to Rabbinic Narrative (3 credits)
A survey of the basic forms and methods of 米德拉什 through close reading of various primary sources and secondary literature.
RLC 6620 Talmud Text Level A: Taking Hold of Talmud I (6学分)
With a focus on building fundamental skills for reading the Bavli (developing student understanding of structure, 技术术语, basic concepts from Rabbinic culture, 和拉比语), we will explore a range of sequential passages drawn from the Talmud Bavli. The religious dimension of these texts will also be discussed.
RLC 6630 Talmud Text Level B: Mastery in the Making I (6学分)
Aiming to develop independent competence in their reading of the Talmud Bavli, students will encounter a significant number of sequential Talmudic passages. The instructor will guide them toward mastery of their fundamental reading skills, while introducing some of the classical commentators on the Talmud, and also exposing them to some critical methods of study. Time will also be devoted to religious meaning.
BIB 5013 Parshanut(3学分)
The course is methodologically oriented, designed to help students acquire and refine skills of close reading of the biblical text by integrating a modern literary approach with the study of Rashi and other traditional Jewish commentaries. Students will learn to identify the questions that have been asked for centuries, creating an ongoing dialogue with ancient, 中世纪的, 当代的近距离读者.
TAL 6621 Talmud Text Level A: Taking Hold of Talmud II (6学分)
With the same skill focused goals of TAL 6111, students will explore a new range of sequential passages drawn from Bavli Berakhot 或逾越节家宴或 Nashim. The religious dimension of these texts will again be discussed.
TAL 6631 Talmud Text Level B: Mastery in the Making II (6学分)
With the identical emphasis on competence and mastery as in TAL 6453, students will encounter a substantial number of different sequential passages drawn from Bavli Avodah 谢拉. Time will once more be devoted to religious meaning.
At Nis协会, your teachers will be senior JTS faculty, 新兴青年学者, 还有高级的犹太学生.
A tiered tuition structure allows students flexibility in the subjects they wish to take and the credit they wish to earn. 也有兼职收费. Students may take morning or afternoon courses for $775 每节课，或 $875 希伯来语课每节课. There are a limited number of fellowships available for those who plan to enroll in JTS degree programs.
|Talmud, Rabbinic Literature, and/or Parshanut: $2,500 (both sessions); $1,250 (single session)
|Talmud and 希伯来语: $3,500 (both sessions); $1,750 (single session)
You can earn up to six graduate academic credits in Nis协会. These credits are earned through the JTS Summer 学校. 参见学费和杂费.
All applications are considered on a rolling basis from December 15 on.