Jacob Neusner

Jacob Neusner (28 de julio de 1932, Hartford, Connecticut) es un estudioso del Judaísmo que vive en Rhinebeck, estado de Nueva York.

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Neusner estudió en la Universidad Harvard, el Seminario Teológico Judío (donde se ordenó de rabino), la Universidad de Oxford, y la Universidad Columbia.

El veterano profesor judío es reconocido experto en estudios misnaicos y talmúdicos.

Desde 1994, enseña en el Bard College. También ha enseñado en la Universidad Columbia, Universidad de Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Universidad Brandeis, Dartmouth College, Universidad Brown, y la Universidad del Sur de Florida.

Neusner es miembro del Instituto de Estudios Avanzados de Princeton, y miembro vitalicio de Clare Hall, Universidad de Cambridge.

Libros escritos por Jacob Neusner

Una lista completa de libros escritos por Jacob Neusner se puede consultar en:

  • Jacob Neusner bibliography

Lista bibliográfica adicional: Jacob Neusner. "From History to Religion." Pp. 98-116 in The Craft of Religious Studies, edited by Jon R. Stone. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1998.

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