Shlomo Wadler

Shlomo Wadler

Biblical Studies/Christianity and Judaism in Antiquity
swadler@nd.edu
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Education

M.A., Bible, Yeshiva University’s Bernard Revel Graduate School, 2008
Rabbinic Ordination, Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, 2006-2011
B.A., Jewish Studies, Yeshiva College, Yeshiva University, 2007
Yeshivat Har Etzion: (studied Talmud and other advanced Jewish studies), 2002-2004

Profile

Specialization:

Early Biblical Interpretation

Fields of Interest:

Pesher Exegesis
Early Development of Halakhah
Early Jewish/Christian relations
Rewritten Bible

Teaching Competencies:

Hebrew Bible
Second Temple and Rabbinic Judaism
Second Temple Literature
Dead Sea Scrolls
Hebrew Language (Biblical, Rabbinic, Modern)
Medieval Jewish Biblical Exegesis
Jewish Traditions (Early, Medieval, Modern)

Teaching Experience:

University of Notre Dame:

Intermediate Hebrew
Foundations of Theology
Modern Hebrew Reading Group (four semesters)
Elementary Biblical Hebrew II (two semesters)

Yeshiva University:

Intermediate Hebrew II, Minor Prophets (Spring 2011)
Intermediate Hebrew I, Five Megillot (Fall 2010)
Intermediate Hebrew I (Spring 2010)
Elementary Hebrew II (Fall 2009)

Dissertation

“Genesis and Halakhah: An Analysis of the Relationship Between Genesis and Law in the Second Temple and Early Rabbinic Periods”
Directors: Gary Anderson and James VanderKam