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Dr. Samuel Brody awarded fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania

Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Dr. Samuel Brody, Assistant Professor in the Department of Religious Studies, has been awarded a postdoctoral research fellowship at the Herbert D. Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies at the University of Pennsylvania for the 2016-2017 academic year.  The Katz Center's research theme for the year is Political Ramifications: Expanding Jewish Political Thought.  In relation to this theme, Dr. Brody will work on a specific project during his fellowship: Jewish Thought and Political Economy. 

Dr. Brody recently signed a book contract with Indiana Press for his forthcoming book, This Pathless Hour.  He will be presenting the lecture, Anarchy, Legitimacy, Charisma: How Martin Buber used the Bible against Weimar Political Theology, at Harvard University on April 11th and the University of Indiana April 13th.



RS undergrads! Keep this in mind while working on projects this semester -- your paper could be published in the U… https://t.co/CUCtPJ8bug