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Eruvin, here we come!


Welcome to Eruvin.

With Massechet Shabbat behind us, we look ahead to…. more on the laws of carrying. But this time the view is from the vantage point of the public, and private, streets and sections of town. Talmudic town, that is. 
As we delve together into the next volume, we invite you to join us on this journey through spaces; to share your thoughts and photos of relevant materials that will enlighten us as we go.
A typical Roman-style street, Talmudic times. 
No Eruv visible. 
But where is it necessary? Stay tuned.
Shulie Mishkin

Shulie Mishkin

Shulie Mishkin made Aliyah from New York with a Master's degree in Jewish History from Columbia University. After completing the Ministry of Tourism guide course in 1997, she began guiding professionally and has since taught and guided all ages, from toddlers to retirees. Her tours provide a complete picture of the land of Israel and Jewish heritage, with a strong reliance on sources ranging from the Bible to 19th century travelers' reports. Alongside her regular guide work, she teaches "tour and text" courses in the Jerusalem institutions of Pardes and Matan as wel as the Women's Bet Midrash in Efrat and provides tours for special needs students in the “Darkaynu” program. Shulie lives in Alon Shvut with her husband Jonathan and their five kids. Shulie Mishkin is now doing virtual tours online. Check out the options at
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