My research is in the area of Jewish intellectual history and explores how medieval Jews from the community of Provence integrated new knowledge with Jewish tradition.
“A Heretic from a Good Family? A New Look at Why Levi b. Abraham b. Ḥayim Was Hounded,” AJS Review 41.1 (2017), 175-201. Download here.
“The Making of Minḥat Qenaʾot: The Controversy over Ideational Transgression in Fourteenth-Century Jewish Occitania” (Ph.D. diss., New York, Jewish Theological Seminary, 2013). Download here.
- Note: My Academia.edu profile is here – the downloads are links to AJS-Humanities Commons, which is open access and not-for-profit.
Torah Writings and Articles
The Wilderness Where We Live: A Reflection on Sukkot 5780 — Times of Israel/JOFA Blog
Current writing that I do within the context of Yeshivat Maharat is posted on my scholar’s profile.