Overall, The Soul of the Stranger is a daring book. Ladin dares to speak as a transgender person, unapologetically, and assert that transgender people have a place in Judaism, whatever people may say and think.
Michael Faccini received his mater’s of social work from Washington University in St. Louis and served as a crisis counselor and case manager before beginning rabbinical school. He is beginning his second year at the Jewish Theological Seminary, a Conservative rabbinical school. Faccini enjoys teaching Torah, most recently in the series Queering Torah Talk for the JTS Slifka-Nadich fellowship.
Posts by Michael Faccini
Eight Washington University in St. Louis scholars ruminate on race, COVID-19, police brutality, and America as the house of pain.