History of the Arab-Israeli Conflict, Rabbinics
Born in Ramat Gan, Israel, I moved to the United States following my doctoral studies in law at Bar-Ilan University. I did post-doctoral studies at Tulane University, where I also served as a visiting professor. I was then a visiting professor at the University of Calgary before serving, last year, as a research fellow at the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute.
I have a book coming out this fall about women’s Torah education since the 19th century. I am excited to teach classes on rabbinics, and the Arab-Israeli conflict, here at FJA.
I recently moved to West Bloomfield with my wife, Sarah, and our three children: Dina, Asher and Leah.
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