Professor Michael L. Satlow specializes in Early Judaism and has written extensively on issues of gender, sexuality, and marriage among Jews in antiquity, as well as on the Dead Sea scrolls, Jewish theology, methodology in Religious Studies, and the social history of Jews during the rabbinic period. His latest book is entitled "Creating Judaism."

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Professor Michael L. Satlow received his Ph.D. in "Ancient Judaism" from the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in 1993. His most recent book is Creating Judaism: History, Tradition, Practice. He is on the board of Henoch and is a co-editor of the Brown Judaic studies series. He has held and ACLS and Guggenheim Fellowships.

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MICHAEL SATLOW, Ph.D Jewish Theological Seminary, 1993
Professor of Religious Studies and Judaic Studies
Program in Judaic Studies and Department of Religious Studies
Phone: +1 401 863 3911
E-mail: Michael_Satlow@Brown.EDU

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