Courts, Coercion, and Culture: The Meaning of Religion in Public Spaces

A public lecture by Tsvi Blanchard, National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership in New York.

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Monday

4:30–6:00PM

Seigle Hall 170 Washington University in St Louis

One Brookings Drive
St. Louis, MO 63130

rap@wustl.edu

The John C. Danforth Center on Religion & Politics is co-sponsoring this event with the Center for New Institutional Social Sciences.

About Tsvi Blanchard

Tsvi Blanchard is a senior fellow and Director of Organizational Development at CLAL – the National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership in New York. He is also Meyer-Strukman Professor of Jewish Law, Humboldt University Law Faculty, in Berlin. He teaches Jewish Law at Fordham Law School where he is the scholar in residence at the Institute for Law, Religion, and Lawyers Work. In addition to being an ordained Rabbi, he is a trained clinical and organizational psychologist. Tsvi Blanchard is also a recognized expert in Jewish health and healing as well as in community and leadership development.