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Chaim Elly Moseson of University of Hamburg
Professor Shira Weiss, of Ben Gurion Universtiy presented a lecture titled: "Free Choice and the Bible: The Hardening of Pharaoh's Heart in Philosophical Exegesis"
Professor Noam Pines presented his new book "The Infrahuman: Animality in Modern Jewish Literatures"
On February 4th, Alexandra Zirkle of Boston University gave a lecture titled, "Re-imagining Sex: World-Building Exegesis and Heinrich Graetz's Song of Songs."
Here's a look into our Fall 2018 Semester!

The Department of Jewish Thought Newsletter

The Department of Jewish Thought was created to serve as a multidisciplinary research and academic department focused on teaching and scholarship related to the contributions of the Jewish tradition in the development of Western civilization. Our mission is to foster knowledge, inquiry and scholarly excellence to better understand Judaism, along with its contributions to a deeper understanding of current agendas and the social challenges of humanity at large. We invite you to follow our growth as we strive to excel in teaching and scholarship.

Cover of the 2018 Jewish Thought Newsletter