Matt Goldish holds the Samuel M. and Esther Melton Professor of History Chair at Ohio State University, where he is also the director of the Melton Center for Jewish Studies. His books include Judaism in the Theology of Sir Isaac Newton (1998), which won the Salo Baron Prize from the American Academy for Jewish Research, The Sabbatean Prophets (2004), and Jewish Questions: Responsa on Sephardic Life in the Early Modern Period (2008). Matt’s work at the center will focus on the life and work of Rabbi Abraham Rovigo and his connection to and influence on the Sabbatean movement.


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Matt Goldish (1999-2000)
Matt Goldish (2005-2006)
Matt Goldish (2013-2014)