27 Tishri 5776
10 October 2015
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London School of Jewish Studies

Lindsey Taylor-Guthartz

Teaching Fellow

Lindsey Taylor-Guthartz is one of LSJS's most popular teachers. She is currently completing her PhD at UCL.

Lindsey studied archaeology at Cambridge and the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, and is now completing a PhD at UCL, on the religious lives of Orthodox Jewish women. She has taught and developed courses at LSJS since 2004, and teaches regularly in the community, as well as occasionally lecturing at Cambridge University and King’s College London. She edits books for the Littman Library of Jewish Civilization and has written articles and book reviews for the Jewish Chronicle. Lindsey is a graduate of the LSJS Susi Bradfield Women Educators’ Programme.

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    The Holocaust forever altered the way in which Jews of the second half of this century would view non-Jews. While …

  • The humble master

    The JC- featured essay

    People often ask me, “Where did you get your Jewish education?” A fair question, but one …

  • Lech Lecha

    The JC- Portion of the week

    3 November 2006

    “And she called the Lord who spoke to her, ‘You are …

  • Vayishlach

    The JC- Portion of the week

    8 December 2006

    “Now Dinah, the daughter whom Leah had borne to Jacob, went …

  • Shemot

    The JC- Portion of the week 11 January 2007

    “The Lord encountered him and sought to kill him. So Zipporah …

  • Mishpatim

    The JC- Portion of the week

    15 February 2007

    “These are the mishpatim [rules] that you shall set before them.” …

  • Vayikra

    The JC- Portion of the week

    22 March 2007

    “This people I formed for Myself, that they might declare My …