Rabbi Dr Tali Artman Partock is Lecturer in Rabbinic Literature. She specializes in literary theory and midrash, and is particularly interested in Jewish-Christian relations in Late Antiquity, the heritage of the Hellenistic era in rabbinic literature, and intersections of gender and law. Her research focuses on sexual violence in the Bible and rabbinic literature, and […]
Rabbi Neil Janes is Executive Director of the Lyons Learning Project and member of the rabbinic team of West London Synagogue. He was ordained by the Leo Baeck College in 2006 and as part of his studies he learnt in the Conservative Yeshiva in Jerusalem. From 2006-2010 he was the rabbi of Finchley Progressive Synagogue […]
Rabbi Josh Levy is Principal Rabbi at Alyth (North Western Reform Synagogue).
Following degrees at Oxford University (BA in Politics, Philosophy and Economics) and London School of Economics (MSc in Social Policy and Planning), life took an unexpected turn when he became Director of Education at Finchley Reform Synagogue in 1999, entering the Leo Baeck Rabbinic […]
Rabbi Natan Levy is the Head of Operations for Faiths Forum for London. He received his rabbinical ordination (yore yore) in 2006 from Rabbi Brovender and Rabbi Riskin in Yeshivat Ha’Mivtar, Israel. Natan was environmental liaison to the former Chief Rabbi, Lord Sacks, the interfaith Consultant to the Board of Deputies of British Jews from […]
Rabbi Mark L. Solomon was born and brought up in Sydney, Australia, where he received a BA (Hons) in English from the University of Sydney. He studied for the rabbinate at the Lubavitcher Yeshivah Gedolah in Melbourne and Kfar Chabad, then at Jews’ College, London, where he received semichah in 1991. His MA studies began […]
Laliv is 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 relationships between halakhah and aggadah as well as between Palestinian and Babylonian sources. Her research explores themes talmudic and midrashic discourse including violence and the […]
Dr Benjamin Williams teaches Hebrew Bible and Rabbinics at Leo Baeck College and the University of Oxford. Within the field of the history of Rabbinic Judaism and its classical texts, his research focuses on the development of rabbinic Bible interpretation, including the dating of late antique exegetical traditions; the transmission of midrash in manuscript and […]