How can Jewish practice and culture encourage more playfulness, rest and hope?
David B. Yaden, PhD researches two topics in psychology that may be more (or less?) religious than they seem: professional callings and transcendent experiences.
How are memory’s weaknesses actually its strengths, and how can we embrace them?
How do Judaism and mathematics deal with the concept of infinity?
Rabbi Mitelman spoke with Professor Larisa Heiphetz, who researches how both children and adults develop morality through their social worlds.
As modern, scientific people, we tend to accept only natural explanations for events. Miracles can’t be the “answer” to questions we don’t yet understand.
Rabbi Mitelman spoke with Sigal Samuel, who writes about religion and technology for Vox and is also the author of “Osnat and Her Dove: The True Story of the World’s First Female Rabbi.”
As Pesach approaches, what actually happens when you remember?
Rabbi Mitelman catches up with Tiffany Shlain to discuss how she has applied her idea of the Tech Shabbat amid the stresses of the pandemic.
“Beyond Curie” now features 45 portraits, each accompanied by the artist’s own view of the social and scientific significance of her subject’s work.