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BurzlaffJan
https://history.fas.harvard.edu/people/jan-burzlaff
Jan Burzlaff is the William A. Ackman Fellow for Holocaust Studies at Harvard University, USA, and the 2021-2022 Dori Laub Fellow at Yale University. Burzlaff graduated from Paris 1 (BA) and EHESS (MA). He is also a graduate from ENS Paris (normalien étudiant.) He is currently completing his dissertation, the first transnational and comparative history of Jewish survival during the Holocaust, both in Western and Eastern Europe. It included digital mapping of Jews' choices, hiding places, and survival trajectories. Further areas of interest are interdisciplinary approaches with the social sciences, comparative genocide, and global histories of violence. His latest articles have appeared in Contemporary European History and Holocaust and Genocide Studies.
Holocaust Studies; Jewish History; Contemporary Europe and Russia (1900-1990)
EuropeGermanySundern
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SaarOrtal-Paz
https://www.uu.nl/staff/OPSaar
I am a cultural historian focusing on magic, funerary culture, and interfaith relations in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages.
Ancient and medieval magic, religious studies, funerary culture, Jewish cultural history
EuropeNetherlandsUtrecht
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GershuniHillel
https://haifa.academia.edu/HillelGershuni
Talmud / Digital Humanities researcher, focuses on Talmuds and Tosefta, worked inter alia in FJMS.org (Talmud Bavli Variants project), currently co-edits Talmud Yerushalmi Digital Critical Edition (chief editor: prof. Menachem Katz), TalmudYerushalmi.com
Talmud Bavli, Talmud Yerushalmi, Tannaitic Literature
AsiaIsraelJerusalem
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KatzMenachem
https://haifa.academia.edu/MenachemKatz
Prof. Menachem Katz is the Founder and Head of the Talmud Yerushalmi Digital Critical Edition Project (TDY - The Digital Yerushalmi). Prof. Katz was the Academic Director of the Friedberg Manuscripts Project in Jerusalem (FJMS). He focuses on several fields in the Talmudic literature. Specializes in the digital humanities for Talmudic literature. Born in Bratislava, Slovakia.
Jerusalem Talmud, critical editions, digital humanities, Talmudic literature
AsiaIsraelJerusalem
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SandmanIsrael
https://independent.academia.edu/IsraelMSandman
Research: Hebrew manuscripts, & Jewish thought. PhD in medieval Jewish Studies, University of Chicago, 2006. Taught Jewish Studies 2006-2008, University of Wisconsin/Madison & Loyola University Chicago. October 2008, research position at University College London, Department of Hebrew & Jewish Studies. Consultant on Gaster Hebrew Hasidic manuscripts, Rylands Library, University of Manchester. January 2022, British Library, position cataloguing and researching the archive of Chief Rabbi Ezra Dangoor of Baghdad.
Working with Hebrew manuscripts, particularly from the middle ages, but also later (early modern and Hasidic). The interface of philosophy/science with Judaism in medieval Iberia. Using manuscripts to form critical editions, Hebrew to English translations, and microhistories.
EuropeUnited KingdomLondon
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WalletBartb.t.wallet@uva.nl
https://independent.academia.edu/IsraelMSandman
Professor of early modern and modern Jewish history at the University of Amsterdam
Digital approaches to prayer books
EuropeNetherlandsAmsterdam
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BurchC. Beth
https://www.binghamton.edu/judaic-studies/profile.html?id=bburch
Currently Chair of the Judaic Studies Department, I teach and write about American Jewish writers, with a special field in American Jewish women writers. This summer I am working on a book about American Jewish women writers of the Civil War era through the emergence of second-wave feminism in the US. I also have expertise in English grammar and rhetoric.
Jewish American Literature, particularly Jewish American Women Writers
North AmericaUnited StatesVestal
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KatzDebradnadeb@gmail.com
Jewish genetic genealogist with a passion for seeking historical truth in the intersection of evolution, culture, linguistics, population migration, anthropology and archaeology.
Researching and organizing material from diverse sciences into a human story.
North AmericaUnited StatesSan Diego
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La VegliaAndreaandrea.laveglia.00@gmail.com
Student at University of Naples Federico II. I helped professor Galeone in creating this channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMQcHz1B1ypWuswP4poLWVw
Digital Humanities, Hebrew, Christian literature.
EuropeItalyNaples
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BenorSarahsbenor@huc.edu
http://huc.edu/directory/sarah-bunin-benor
Sarah Bunin Benor is Vice Provost and Professor of Contemporary Jewish Studies at HUC-JIR (LA) and Adjunct Professor in the University of Southern California Linguistics Department. She received her Ph.D. from Stanford University in Linguistics in 2004. Her books include Becoming Frum: How Newcomers Learn the Language and Culture of Orthodox Judaism (Rutgers University Press, 2012) and Hebrew Infusion: Language and Community at American Jewish Summer Camps (Rutgers University Press, 2020). Dr. Benor is founding co-editor of the Journal of Jewish Languages and directs the HUC-JIR Jewish Language Project, which features the Jewish Language Website and the Jewish English Lexicon.
Jewish languagesNorth AmericaUnited StatesLos Angeles
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BiroTamasbirot@birot.huhttp://birot.web.elte.hu/
With a background in physics, Hebrew studies and theoretical linguistics, I obtained my PhD in computational linguistics at the University of Groningen (Netherlands) in 2006, with a thesis on the implementation of Optimality Theory. As a postdoc, I worked and taught in Hungary, the Netherlands and the US. Since 2014, I have been affiliated with the Department of Assyriology and Hebrew Studies of ELTE Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, and since 2018, with the Jewish Theological Seminary – University of Jewish Studies, Hungary.
Formal linguistics, Hebrew linguistics, Jewish studies, cognitive science of religion, Hungarian Jewry.
EuropeHungaryBudapest
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JosephAlisonajoseph@posenlibrary.com
https://jtsa.academia.edu/AlisonJoseph
Alison L. Joseph (she/her) is the Director of Digital Projects of The Posen Library of Jewish Civilization and Culture. Drawing on years of university teaching, research and publication in Jewish Studies, and her own public-facing digital scholarship, she works on the Posen Digital Library to bring the content of the anthology alive in digital format. Dr. Joseph earned a Ph.D. in Near Eastern Studies from the University of California, Berkeley and a M.A. in Jewish Studies from Emory University.
Hebrew Bible, MetadataNorth AmericaUnited StatesPhiladelphia
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ZaagsmaGerbengerben.zaagsma@uni.lu
https://twitter.com/gerbenzaagsma
https://mastodon.green/@gerbenzaagsma
https://gerbenzaagsma.org/
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5978-9769
I am an Assistant Professor at the Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C²DH) at the University of Luxembourg.
Digital HistoryEuropeGermanyBerlin
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van der VeenSietske
https://twitter.com/SBvanderVeen
https://mastodon.social/@SBvanderVeen
Sietske van der Veen is a PhD candidate at the Huygens Institute, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, and Utrecht University, studying the social mobility and integration of Jewish members of the Dutch cultural, financial and political elites between 1870 and 1940. In her PhD project, she uses the Dutch Biography Portal, or BioPort, and humanities database tool Nodegoat. She is affiliated with the International Institute of Social History, as well as with the European collaborative research project ‘Jewish Country Houses – Objects, Networks, People’. Prior to her doctoral research, she worked as a freelance historian and journalist for several years. She obtained her MA in History from the University of Amsterdam. During her studies, she was a research intern at the NIOD Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies.
Modern Jewish History, Holocaust Studies, Gender and WWII
EuropeNetherlands
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JosephAlisonajoseph@posenlibrary.com
https://twitter.com/alisonjoseph20
Posenlibrary.com0000-0001-7408-3337
Alison L. Joseph (she/her) is the Director of Digital Projects of The Posen Library of Jewish Civilization and Culture. Drawing on years of university teaching, research and publication in Jewish Studies, and her own public-facing digital scholarship, she works on the Posen Digital Library to bring the content of the anthology alive in digital format. Dr. Joseph earned a Ph.D. in Near Eastern Studies from the University of California, Berkeley and a M.A. in Jewish Studies from Emory University.
Hebrew Bible, MetadataNorth AmericaUnited StatesPhiladelphia
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EcksteinLauralauraeck@sas.upenn.eduLauraneckstein.com
Former Judaica DH coordinator at the UPenn libraries. Current PhD candidate in history with expertise in digital humanities.
Python, OpenRefine, html, JavaScript, css, retool, Arcgis, retool, sql
North AmericaUnited StatesPhiladelphia
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BaumgartenEliezerbeliezer@staff.haifa.ac.il0000-0002-4041-6911​ELijah-Lab, Lab Manager
Digital Editions, Knowledge Design, TEI, Digital Humanities Teaching.
EuropeIsraelYerucham
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HershkowitzIsaactzanoa@gmail.com
Senior Lecturer, Department of Jewish Philosophy, Bar-Ilan University
big data, religious responses to the holocaust , philosophy of Halakhv. rabbinics
AsiaIsrael
Petach Tikvah
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KosiorWojciechwojciech.kosior@uj.edu.pl
https://elyonimvetachtonim.project.uj.edu.pl/
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1555-5952
A graduate of Psychology and Religious Studies, adjunct researcher at the Centre for Comparative Studies of Civilisations at the Jagiellonian University. His research involves the Hebrew Bible and the early Rabbinic Literature. He is currently studying Jewish demonology and angelology as well as the apotropaic dimension of the basic Jewish customs and rituals.
angelology, demonology, databases, Hebrew Bible, Babylonian Talmud
EuropePolandCracow
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SchnabelBenjaminbenjamin.schnabel@gmx.net
https://ki.hs-mannheim.de, https://judaicalink.org
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9697-607X
PhD student in Digtial Humanities, Applied AI in Computer Science and Midrash, working on Tamhuma Yelamdenu Literature. Working at the DFG funded project JudaicaLink at the University of Applied Sciences Mannheim for the SIS (Specialized Information Service) Judaica/Jewish Studies (Universtity Library J.C.Senckenberg Frankfurt a.M.).
Jewish Studies, Bible, Midrash, Computer Science, AI
EuropeGermanyMannheim
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