Judaism is often considered a religion of the mind, defined by the study and practice of Jewish law, but it also has rich traditions as a religion of the body, engaging sights, sounds, emotions, and feelings of spirituality. The Embodied Judaism Series, held biannually at the University of Colorado Boulder, draws on materials housed in the Post-Holocaust American Judaism Collections to explore the role of the body in Jewish life through public symposiums, featuring academic scholars, prominent practitioners, and artistic performers, and multimedia exhibits aimed at academic and non-academic audiences.

The Embodied Judaism Series is presented by the University of Colorado Boulder's Program in Jewish Studies, the University Libraries Special Collections and Archives, and cosponsors.

Embodied Judaism: SHE
Thursday, November 2, 2017 | CU Boulder campus
The next installment of Embodied Judaism Series, SHE, will take place November 2, 2017 on the University of Colorado Boulder campus. This symposium and exhibit will focus on the Shekhinah, an ancient figure believed to represent the feminine aspect of God, and her presence throughout Jewish history.