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Faculty: Jacob Neusner

Jacob Neusner

Jacob Neusner is Distinguished Service Professor of the History and Theology of Judaism, a senior scholar at the Institute of Advanced Theology at Bard College, and a Bard Center Fellow. An internationally renowned scholar of religion, he has written or edited hundreds of books, including Theology of the Oral Torah (1998) and Theology of the Halakhah (2001). His awards include 10 honorary degrees, 14 academic medals and prizes, and several prestigious fellowships.
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Bard College's class of 2017 is a passionate, creative, and intellectually engaged group. Hailing from 38 states and 24 countries, they enrich campus life with their wide-ranging interests and varied backgrounds.