Understanding the meaning of intermarriage begins with learning more about the dynamics involved. Inspiring people to understand the relationship between lived religion, culture, and gender roles requires education. Education is the combination of new knowledge, the backbone of which is original research, and teaching. Love & Tradition offers three educational styles, each of which may be tailored according to specific interests and schedules.
Presentations are usually between 20 and 50 minutes in length. This format is geared towards sharing research findings in an enjoyable and enlightening manner. It can be followed by a question and answer period.
Discussions include questions designed for the particular group and facilitation. This format is intended to promote deeper awareness by bringing personal issues to the fore. Participants may be paired or arranged into small groups and then reconvene in a larger group at the end.
Workshops can be for as few as two people and as many as twenty. This format is especially designed to actively engage participants to think about, articulate, and reformulate what they know and what they learn.
Topics for presentations, discussions, and workshops can be general or specific, depending on the needs and interests of the group. Sample topics include:
What’s the Difference between Sex and Gender?
Interfaith Romance, Gender, and Popular Culture
Dismantling the Myths Behind the “Other” Woman
Does Intermarriage Threaten Continuity?
Generational Responses to Intermarriage
Is the Battle of the Sexes Over?
Women and Intermarriage
Men and Intermarriage
What does intermarriage mean to you?
Other topics are available by request.
Contact L & T to design your own program