LIMMUD DAY
Sunday 27 February 2000

N.B. Bookings have now closed. It may be possible to admit some further participants at the door, but if so:

  • The full registration fee will be charged even though lunches cannot be provided;

  • Registrations of those who have been pre-booked will be given priority; those seeking entry at the door may have to wait until this is completed;

  • Adequate personal identification will be required.

We have planned a stimulating day with a large choice of sessions in the style that has become Limmud's hallmark. This is also an opportunity for those who have not been able to get to the national conference, to taste the Limmud way of exploring Judaism. The non-sectarian, non-confrontational environment lets the full essence of our rich religion come to the fore.

Local, National and International Jewish Educators will be joining us to help you to discover new insights into a range of topics. We have nine tracks that you can choose from (Arts, Ideas, Identity & Renewal, International, Israel & History, Mancunians, Mysticism, Texts, Youth, Plenary: click here for further details), either staying on one throughout the day or dipping in and out.

For the timetable and complete list of speakers (subject to alteration) click here; abstracts of the various sessions are linked to the timetable.

THE COST

Standard Booking (by 31 January): £20.00, Young People (13-25) £5.00 (sponsored by UJIA)

Late Booking (1 - 14 February): £22.00

If the cost is beyond your means, please contact us, in confidence, on 0161-434 9938 (evening).

WHAT IS INCLUDED?

  • Registration for the day will begin at 9.15 am with the phenomenal array of sessions beginning at 10.00 am.

  • You will have the opportunity to attend five sessions from the nine tracks from 10.00 am to 5.00pm.

  • The plenary session, 5.00 - 6.00pm, will be the Grand Finale at which we hope most particpants will input.

  • Book, Judaica and other stalls will be in the upstairs foyer for you to peruse and maybe make purchases.

  • Coffee, Tea etc. will be provided during the day with a kosher sandwich lunch included in your fee.

  • Conference documentation: a booklet with full details of speakers and abstracts of their papers will be provided at registration on the day. The full details are now on this web site.

THE VENUE

Architecture Building of the University of Manchester, Oxford Road Manchester M13 9PL. Ample car parking is available nearby. Full directions and maps will be sent when your booking is confirmed. Almost all rooms being used are on the ground floor for ease of access and the building is non-smoking.

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For details of advertising/sponsorship in the conference booklet, click here