(D’var Torah given at Congregation Bet Shalom, Tucson, AZ, October 5, 2019) A few years ago, I spoke on Rosh Hashanah about my struggles with the liturgy and the theology of these holy days. There is so much power and meaning in the processes of introspection and renewal that we […]
I’m an anthropologist and a writer, working at the intersections of social science, spirituality, and social change. I have 30 years of experience in the non-profit sector, as well as academic training in Cultural and Medical Anthropology and Public Health.
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I am an award-winning writer and essayist, exploring the messy complexities of this human journey. I write most often about religion, health, and ritual. My recent personal essays are about mourning as a Jewish woman.