I talk with Nurit Siegal, a writer and scholar, about her work. She shares what it was like to struggle with a language issue as a child, her pivot from radical feminist to Orthodox Jew, why she’s not interested in reconciling those two worlds, and we discuss antisemitism in the modern age in a historical context
Nurit Siegal is a writer, speaker, and consultant living in Chicago with her husband and three daughters. She works with a diverse array of organizations and leadership to improve their understanding of Orthodox Judaism and the challenges religious Jews face in the modern era. Her work also focuses on empowering Orthodox Jewish organizations and communities to grow and thrive in the face of secular criticism and outside scrutiny. Nurit holds a BA in Women’s Studies from the University of Michigan and an MA in Political Theory from the University of Chicago.
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