I’m calling the series Reading Ruth as Tapestry. We will engage in a close reading of the Book of Ruth, making meaning as though we were weaving a tapestry. Our warp consists of the major themes: Ruth and Shavuot; David’s ancestors; individuals in relationship to community and the divine. Our woof contains the modes of interpretation: our own reading; the Sages; modern – including feminist, queer and traditional; woodcut art. Study will be multi level and accessible to all.
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