COURSES TAUGHT IN JUDAIC STUDIES

 

 

            (1) Fall and Spring 1997, Jewish Community of Amherst, Amherst, MA: “The Art of Biblical Narrative: Torah as Literature.”

 

            (2) Judaic Studies 192F, Spring 1998, Department of Judaic and Near Eastern Studies, University of Massachusetts Amherst: “The Art of Biblical Narrative: Torah as Literature.”

 

(3) Judaic Studies 192F, Spring 1999, Department of Judaic and Near Eastern Studies, University of Massachusetts Amherst: “The Art of Biblical Narrative: Torah as Literature.” Click here to see a transcription of student evaluations.

 

(4) Judaic Studies 191N, Spring 2000, Department of Judaic and Near Eastern Studies, University of Massachusetts Amherst: “Wrestling with the Book of Job: A Dialogue.” Click here to see a transcription of student evaluations.

 

(5) Judaic Studies 191R, Spring 2001, Department of Judaic and Near Eastern Studies, University of Massachusetts Amherst: “Franz Kafka: Jewish Exegete and One of the Greatest Writers of the Modern Period.” Click here to see a transcription of student evaluations.

 

(6) Spring 2001, Springfield Jewish Community Center, Springfield MA: “Franz Kafka: Jewish Mystic and One of the Most Influential Writers of the Modern Period.” This 6-lecture course was part of the program on Jewish Thought in the Twentieth Century.

 

(7) Fall 2001 and Spring 2002, Springfield Jewish Community Center, Springfield, MA: “The Purposes of Jewish Living.” This year-long course on Jewish texts is part of The Florence Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning. Click here to see selected comments from the student evaluations.

 

(8) Fall 2002 and Spring 2003, Springfield Jewish Community Center, Springfield, MA: “The Purposes of Jewish Living.” This year-long course on Jewish texts is part of The Florence Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning. Click here to see selected comments from the student evaluations.

 

(9) Fall 2003 and Spring 2004, Springfield Jewish Community Center, Springfield, MA: “The Purposes of Jewish Living.” This year-long course on Jewish texts is part of The Florence Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning.  

 

(10) Spring 2012, Jewish Community of Amherst, Amherst, MA: “Mindfulness of the Torah.”

 

(11) Spring 2013, Jewish Community of Amherst, Amherst, MA: “A New Approach to the Torah: Shepherd versus Farmer.”

 

(12) Spring 2014, Jewish Community of Amherst, Amherst, MA: “Spiritual Transformation in the Book of Job.”