Man Seders, featuring Rabbi Dr. Tzvi Sinensky [The Jewish Drinking Show, ep. 146]

Man Seders have previously received coverage in such publications as The Forward (“Is the ‘Man Seder’ Wrong?”) and The Wall Street Journal (“‘Man Seders’ Flow With Steak and Scotch”), which feature meat and whiskey. Based off of his essay on The Man’s Seder, the 146th episode of The Jewish Drinking Show features Rabbi Dr. Tzvi Sinensky to discuss this phenomenon.

Biography of Guest
Rabbi Dr. Sinensky is Director of the Lamm Heritage Archives, an Editor at The Lehrhaus, and Director of Judaics and Upper School Principal at Main Line Classical Academy in suburban Philadelphia. He wrote his dissertation on rabbinic conceptions of masculinity (“Lo Yilbash as a Case Study in Halakhic Conceptions of Masculinity”), and is currently a fellow in the inaugural cohort of Sacks Scholars.

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