Biblical Hebrew and Aramaic

Aug
19

Dr Sandra Jacobs

Dr Jacobs currently teaches Between The Testaments: An Introduction to Second Temple Jewish Literature at the college, and has previously taught Biblical and Targumic Aramaic Language and Grammar. Her doctoral thesis appeared as The Body as Property: Physical Disfigurement in Biblical Law (Library of the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Series 582; London and New York: T & T Clarke/Bloomsbury Academic, […]

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Aug
19

Rabbi Colin Eimer

Academic background:
1963-1966    London University, London School of Economics, B.Sc (Econ)
1966-1971    Leo Baeck College – Rabbinic ordination
2005-2007   Sussex University – MA (European Jewish History, Thought and Culture)
 
Professional Background:
1971-1974    Rabbi, Union Libérale Israélite Universelle, Paris
1974-1977    Rabbi, Bushey & Radlett Reform Synagogue
1977-2015    Rabbi, Sha’arei Tsedek North London Reform Synagogue
2015-            […]

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Aug
19

Dr Chani Smith

DR CHANI Haran SMITH
SENIOR LECTURER
Email: info@lbc.ac.uk
Chani (Haran) Smith (PhD) studied musicology and Kabbalah at the Hebrew University. She later received an MA from Leo Baeck College and a PhD from UCL in Jewish Studies and holds professional qualification from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama where she studied flute and composition. She teaches reading […]

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Oct
27

Dr Laliv Clenman

Dr Laliv Clenman is Senior Lecturer in Rabbinic Literature. A specialist in Rabbinics and Hebrew and Aramaic language and literature, she is particularly interested in the multiplicity, diversity and development of rabbinic law and in the complex relationship between halakhah and aggadah. Her research focuses on the nature of talmudic and midrashic discourse, as well […]

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Sep
03

Dr Benjamin Williams

Dr Benjamin Williams teaches Biblical Hebrew and Rabbinics at Leo Baeck College and the University of Oxford. His research focuses on rabbinic Bible interpretation and its transmission in Jewish and Christian commentaries of the medieval and early modern periods. Before arriving at Leo Baeck College, Ben studied at the University of Oxford where his doctoral dissertation […]

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