LimmudFest Nola 2023 has ended
LimmudFest is back in person for a weekend of celebrating, learning, and doing Jewish.

LimmudFest New Orleans is a weekend festival of Jewish learning, arts, culture and spirituality featuring 70+ sessions from local, regional and national presenters. It is part of a global movement inspired by the idea that when Jews from diverse backgrounds come together to celebrate and learn about everything and anything Jewish, the entire community is enriched.

To register, please paste this link into your browser to go to our Eventbrite registration page: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/limmudfest-new-orleans-2023-tickets-501264374237
Saturday, March 18 • 2:15pm - 3:15pm
Moses and Monotheism: What Did Freud Think about Judaism

Log in to save this to your schedule, view media, leave feedback and see who's attending!

Feedback form is now closed.
This session will look at Sigmund Freud's most remarkable book--one that reads like a brilliant suspense novel! Freud's last book was written at least two times, first as an old man in Austria weary of the rise of Nazism in Europe and then as a refugee in London. It is a book by an adamant secularist, who in that dire time for the Jewish people looked unflinchingly and often transgressively at its origins, with wisdom and almost love. We will learn about the history of this great work and seek to understand Freud's final analysis of Judaism.

avatar for Ari Ofengeden

Ari Ofengeden

Ari Ofengenden heads the Hebrew program at Tulane University. He earned his MA in cognitive psychology from Tel-Aviv University and his PhD in Hebrew and Comparative Literature from Haifa University. He did his postdoctoral work in Tübingen University in Sweden, as well as in Monash... Read More →

Saturday March 18, 2023 2:15pm - 3:15pm CDT
Congregation Gates of Prayer Room 1

Attendees (7)