18th Annual Greenfield Summer Institute: Jews and Science
Sunday, July 9, 2017
Fluno Center, 601 University Avenue
Jews have been important figures in the scientific world since the 19th century. But the investigation and understanding of the natural world - and humans' place in it - has been a Jewish preoccupation since antiquity. This year's institute will take up the Jewish world's relation to science, asking such questions as whether there is a "Jewish" approach to scientific inquiry, how Jewish ethics affects the way science is conducted, and whether the scientific method leaves a place for the divine.
Early Bird: $195 After 6/25/2017: $225 (cost includes opening dinner, lectures and events)