Alan Mintz, Jewish Literature
Raymond Scheindlin, Jewish Literature
Burton L. Visotzky, Talmud and Midrash
Eliezer Diamond, Talmud and Rabbinics
Robert A. Harris, Hebrew Bible and Its Interpretation
Eitan Fishbane, Mysticism, Hasidism
Boaz Tarsi, Jewish Music and Hazzanut
Sarah Tauber, Education
Nancy Abramson, Music, Nusah
Jan Uhrbach, Director of the Block/Kolker Center for Spiritual Arts
Adjunct Assistant Professor
The program in Jewish Liturgy is interdepartmental, designed to introduce students to the development, genres, and themes of Jewish liturgical text, expression, and experience from ancient times to the present. Every year, a variety of courses in liturgy and related fields are offered. The study of liturgical texts with classical commentaries and the application of contemporary scholarship remains a pillar of liturgical study. Many course offerings engage also with liturgical experience that is "beyond the text," exploring such issues as:
All degree programs are on hiatus for the current year (2015-2016). Candidates interested in pursuing a certificate in Liturgical Arts should contact Rabbi Jan Uhrbach at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Search for LTG courses in the Course Catalog.