Judah Galinsky is Lecturer in the Department of Talmud at Bar-Ilan University. His research interests include Jewish law and thought in medieval Europe. He published “On Popular Halakhic Literature and the Emergence of a Reading Audience in Fourteenth-Century Spain” (2008); and “The Significance of Form: R. Moses of Coucy’s Reading Audience and his Sefer ha-Mizvot” (2011). At the Center, Galinsky studies thirteenth-century halakhic literature in northern France and Christian Spain.


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Judah Galinsky (2008-2009)
Judah Galinsky (2012-2013)