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Friday, November 10 • 10:00pm - 11:00pm
Is Meat from a Replicator Kosher?
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...and other questions to consider when Judaism meets Science Fiction.

Speakers
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Debra Baker

Debra Baker is a knitter, a reader, and a filker of the non-singing variety. She's also been known to run a con suite.
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Hakira d'Almah

A graduate of Hunter College and LSE, Hakira uses her background in history and political science to analyse all sorts of popular culture phenomena. She taught herself Elvish when she was bored in high school, but has since forgotten much of it. You can usually find her talking about... Read More →
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Mark Mandel

Mark Mandel has been a fan all his life and an active filker since the early nineties. His filk nickname would be "The Filker with No Nickname", if anyone besides him used it. At cons and other fannish events he is often accompanied by his familiar, a small red-and-white dragon named... Read More →
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Ted Rickles

A Struggling and yet-to-be published writer, Ted Rickles is currently at work, researching and writng a book examining the evolution of sociological themes in SF television series. His credits include story/art development for an unpublished graphic novel sequel to Gene Roddenberry's... Read More →
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Batya Wittenberg

Batya "The Toon" Wittenberg is, in no particular order: a successfully transplanted New Yorker, a practicing Orthodox Jew, a happily married woman since 1999, a certified master of Pun Fu, an enthusiastic cook and foodie, a filker, a founding member of filk group Lady Mondegreen... Read More →


Friday November 10, 2017 10:00pm - 11:00pm
Crystal Ballroom Three