Talmudic Transgressions: Engaging the Work of Daniel Boyarin


Talmudic Transgressions: Engaging the Work of Daniel Boyarin

April 08, 2014 / All Day / Add to Google
Boalt Hall

This conference celebrates Daniel Boyarin’s work by bringing together an international group of scholars to reflect and share their work on some of the topics that have been central to his pioneering contributions to scholarship – the intimate relation between Judaism and Christianity, the creative intertextuality of Midrash, the evasive form of the Talmud, the serious playfulness of Agaddah, and the potent possibilities of Diaspora.

Co-presented by the Berkeley Institute of Jewish Law and Israeli Studies,the Taube Center for Jewish Studies, Stanford University, the Center for Jewish Studies, Graduate Theological Union, the Department of Rhetoric, the Department of Near Eastern Studies, the Berkeley Center for the Study of Religion, and the College of Letters and Science, Arts & Humanities Division.

Sessions held at the UC Berkeley Law School and the Graduate Theological Union.

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