The idea of Jewish Peoplehood—its complex origins, its implications, and how it might besustained—is an issue of wide concern in the Jewish community today. The concept of a “Jewishcollective” appears at odds with a contemporary ethos of intense individualism. Anxiety about adwindling sense of Peoplehood increasingly defines the agenda for Israeli agencies and Jewishinstitutions and federations worldwide. The meanings and implications of Jewish Peoplehoodimpact directly on nearly all of the central questions and tensions of Judaism and modern life. The faculty of the Shalom Hartman Institute has developed a timely and sophisticated curriculumto address the questions of Jewish Peoplehood. In this 9-part video lecture series, senior Hartman faculty engage in broad and deep analysis of some of the many tensions that Peoplehood raises,both in classical Jewish tradition and in contemporary Jewish thought and life.