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IAP 2004 Activity

The Mikveh: Rituals of Water in Judaism
Adrien Uretsky, Kelly Zimmerman
Tue Jan 20, 10:30am-03:00pm, Meet at building W11

Enrollment limited: advance sign up required (see contact below)
Signup by: 18-Jan-2004
Limited to 15 participants.
Single session event

Leave MIT for a for a field trip to learn about the use of water in Judaism as a symbol of purity. The mikveh is a Jewish ritual bath of natural water. We will visit two of Boston's mikvot to learn about the different ways that this Jewish tradition is practiced and interpreted.
Web: http://web.mit.edu/hillel/www/
Contact: Adrien Uretsky, W11-040, x3-2982, jcsc@mit.edu
Sponsor: Hillel
Latest update: 31-Oct-2003

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