Judaism

The study of Jewish religion in its various manifestations, including  ancient, medieval, and modern periods. Methods include textual,  historical, philosophical, gender, anthropological, and cultural  analysis. Faculty expertise currently includes modern and  contemporary Jewish philosophy, ethics, ritual, performance, and  identity, Jewish-Christian and Jewish-Islamic relations, German Jewish  thought, mysticism, medieval hermeneutics, Talmud, Midrash, and legal  literatures, the second temple period, hellenistic Judaism, Dead Sea  Scrolls, and ancient biblical interpretation. Faculty engage  materials in languages including: Hebrew, Aramaic, Syriac, Yiddish,  Greek, Latin, Arabic, French, German, and Russian.

Judaism Faculty

David Novak, Centre for the Study of Religion
Harry Fox, Centre for the Study of Religion
John Kloppenborg, Centre for the Study of Religion
Judith Newman, Centre for the Study of Religion
Kenneth Green, Centre for the Study of Religion
Mark Meyerson, Department of History
Robert Gibbs, Department of Philosophy
Sarianna Metso, Department of Historical Studies
Hindy Najman, Centre for the Study of Religion
John Marshall, Centre for the Study of Religion
Terrence Donaldson, Faculty of Divinity
Glen Taylor, Faculty of Divinity
Paul Franks, Department of Philosophy
Andrea Most, Department of English