Leora Batnitzky joined the faculty in 1997. Her teaching and research interests include philosophy of religion, modern Jewish thought, hermeneutics, and contemporary legal and political theory. In 2002 she received Princeton’s President’s Award for Distinguished Teaching.
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The Goldring/Woldenberg Institute of Southern Jewish Life (ISJL) seeks candidates for our summer 2019 internships in the Heritage and Interpretation Department and the History Department. (In the past, we have hired separately for each department, but this year we are merging the...
The Program in Judaic Studies welcomes two new postdoctoral fellows for the 2019-20 academic year. Brendan Goldman received his Ph.D. in History from Johns Hopkins University. He specializes in the history of the Jews of the medieval Mediterranean. Shayna Zamkanei received her degree in Political Science from...