Fellow Area of Research
Natalia Aleksiun 
Touro College

Albert J. Wood Fellowship

Spring Term Fellow
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Critical Followers: Polish Jewish Historians Look at Wissenschaft des Judentums

Andrew Berns 
University of South Carolina

Rose and Henry Zifkin Teaching Fellowship

Full Year Fellow
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Italian Jewry, Changes in the Land, and Wissenschaft des Judentums

Amos Bitzan 
Stanford University

Full Year Fellow
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Was There a Jewish Historicism in the Nineteenth Century?

Clémence Boulouque 
New York University

Ruth Meltzer Fellowship

Fall Term Fellow
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Between Wissenschaft Mystique and Science of Mysticism: Elia Benamozegh and Kabbalah

Daniel Boušek 
Charles University,
Prague

Robert Carrady Fellowship

Spring Term Fellow
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Medieval Muslim Jewish Polemics and Nineteenth-Century Jewish Scholars

Andreas Brämer 
Hamburg,
Institute for the History of German Jewry

Charles W. and Sally Rothfield Fellowship

Full Year Fellow
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A Science of Faith? Wissenschaft des Judentums in Nineteenth-Century Germany between Denominational Theology and Empirical Research

Yitzhak Conforti 
Bar-Ilan University

Ella Darivoff Fellowship

Spring Term Fellow
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The Ethnic and Cultural Origins of Zionist Historiography: History, Memory, and Utopia

Michal Friedman 
Carnegie Mellon University

Dalck and Rose Feith Family Fellowship

Spring Term Fellow
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Recovering Jewish Spain: Politics, Historiography, and Institutionalization of the Jewish Past in Spain, 1845-1935

Chanan Gafni  
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Ruth Meltzer Fellowship

Fall Term Fellow
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The Debate Over the Oral Law in Nineteenth Century

Hanan Harif 
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Primo Levi Fellowship

Fall Term Fellow
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Shlomo Dov Goitein: Research, Ideology, and In-Between

Michael A. Meyer 
Hebrew Union College Jewish Institute of Religion

Ellie and Herbert D. Katz Distinguished Fellowship and Erika A. Strauss Teaching Fellowship

Fall Term Fellow
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Dispersion/Diversion: Consequences of the Migration of Jewish Studies from Germany to America

Katalin Franciska Rac 
University of Florida

Fall Term Fellow
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Ignaz Goldziher (1850-1921): Founder of Islamic Studies and Advocate of Modern Jewish Studies in Hungary

Annette Yoshiko Reed 
University of Pennsylvania

Ruth Meltzer Fellowship

Full Year Fellow
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Judaism and the Memory of the Apostles: Late Antique and Modern Perspectives on "Jewish Christianity" and the Pseudo-Clementines

Asher Salah 
Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem

Primo Levi Fellowship

Spring Term Fellow
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The Science of Judaism and the Question of Jewish Reform in Nineteenth-Century Italy

Dorothea M. Salzer 
University of Potsdam

Jody Ellant and Howard Reiter Family Fellowship

Full Year Fellow
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Bible Stories for Jewish Children in the Context of Haskala and Wissenschaft des Judentums

Stefan Schorch 
Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg

Charles W. and Sally Rothfield Fellowship

Full Year Fellow
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The Extent, Role, and Context of Samaritan Studies within the Wissenschaft des Judentums

Dani Schrire 
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Maurice Amado Foundation Fellowship

Full Year Fellow
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Jewish Studies in Context: The Emergence of Jewish Folklore in International Scholarly Networks

Mirjam Thulin  
Leibniz Institute of European History (IEG)

Louis Apfelbaum and Hortense Braunstein Apfelbaum Fellowship

Full Year Fellow
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From Breslau to New York: Instituting Conservative Wissenschaft des Judentums

Christian Wiese  
Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main

Ellie and Herbert D. Katz Distinguished Fellowship

Spring Term Fellow
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Wissenschaft des Judentums and Jewish Nationalism in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries

Deborah Yalen  
Colorado State University

Ivan and Nina Ross Family Fellowship

Spring Term Fellow
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Forging a New "Empire of Knowledge": Soviet Jewish Scholarship during the Interwar Years

Irene E. Zwiep 
University of Amsterdam

Dalck and Rose Feith Family Fellowship

Fall Term Fellow
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Truth, Beauty, and the Jews: A Conceptual History of Nineteenth-Century Jewish Historicism

Short-term Fellows

Jan Bremmer  
University of Groningen
Natalie Zemon Davis 
University of Toronto

Prof. Davis is the inaugural David B. Ruderman Distinguished Scholar

Noah Gerber 
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Susannah Heschel 
Dartmouth College
David Myers 
UCLA
Yael Sela-Teichler 
The Open University of Israel

Adjunct Fellows

Bernard Dov Cooperman 
University of Maryland
Marco Di Giulio 
Franklin and Marshall College
Ismar Schorsch  
Jewish Theological Seminary