Rabbi Dr Charles H Middleburgh
Reader in Bible and Jewish LiturgyPhone: 020 8349 5615
Rabbi Dr Charles H Middleburgh has lectured at Leo Baeck College since 1984 and has taught, over the years, Bible, Parshanut, Rabbinic Literature, Aramaic and Practical Rabbinics. Qualifications: BA Hons in Ancient and Medieval Hebrew with Aramaic and Syriac; PhD in Targumic Studies (UCL, 1975-1982) Publications: Siddur Lev Chadash (assoc Editor); Machzor Ruach Chadashah (Co-Editor); High and Holy Days: A Book of Jewish Wisdom (Co-Editor); Prayers of Awe, 2010 – (contributor). A Jewish Book of Comfort (co-editor); Bright and Beautiful: poems inspired by the natural world; Great and Small: more poems inspired by the natural world: Stumbling on the Mountains of Twilight: Topical Sermons 1992-2019; Confronting Covid 19 (editor) His research interests are focused on Liturgy, the biblical Prophets, and Climate Change and species extinction.