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1 MARTIN A. COHEN (CURRICULUM VITAE) . Born: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, : February 10, 1928 Residence: New York, New York I. EDUCATION: Ph.D., Jewis...

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MARTIN A. COHEN (CURRICULUM VITAE) . Born: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, : February 10, 1928 Residence: New York, New York I. EDUCATION: Ph.D., Jewish History, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, Cincinnati (1960) Rabbinic Ordination, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, Cincinnati (1957) M.A.H.L, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, Cincinnati (1957) B.H.L., Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, Cincinnati (1955) M.A., Romance Languages, University of Pennsylvania (1949) B.A., University of Pennsylvania (1946) II. MILITARY SERVICE: United States Air Force (1951-1953) III. ACADEMIC POSITIONS Professor of Jewish History, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in New York (1969-to date) Visiting Professor of History at Hunter College of the City University of New York. (1972-1973) Visiting Lecturer in Jewish Studies at Hunter College of the City University of New York. (1969) Associate Professor of Jewish History, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in New York (1965-1969) Assistant Professor of Jewish History, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in New York (1962-1965) Visiting Professor of Jewish Religious Thought at Temple University.(1964-1965) Instructor in Jewish History, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion Cincinnati (1960-1962) Adjunct Professor of Western Religious Thought at Antioch College.(1960-1961) Instructor in Rabbinic Programs, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion Cincinnati (1957-1960) Instructor in Undergraduate Program, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion Cincinnati (1955-1957) Instructor of Romance Languages, Rutgers University (1950-1951) Assistant Instructor and Instructor of Romance Languages, University of Pennsylvania (19461950) IV. ACADEMIC SERVICE

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2 Chairman of Committee on Graduate Studies, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. Chairman of the Faculty, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in New York Theological Consultant for the Jewish Chatauqua Society American Jewish Archives – Academic Advisory and Editorial Board Coordinator of a week long Symposium on Sephardica, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in New York, 1992. Coordinator and Principal Lecturer of 3-Day Symposium on Sephardica, Hebrew Union CollegeJewish Institute of Religion in New York, 1991 V. RABBINIC POSITIONS Stephen Wise Free Synagogue, New York, New York (1995-1996) Brooklyn, New York (1973-1974) Monroe, New York (1962-1963) Louisville, Kentucky (1958-1960) Muncie, Indiana (1957-1958) Cleveland, Ohio (1955-1957) VI. BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS The Canonization of a Myth: Portugal’s “Jewish Problem” and the Assembly of Tomar 1629. Cincinnati: Hebrew Union College Press, 2002. The Martyr: Luis de Carvajal: a Secret Jew in Sixteenth-century Mexico. 2d ed. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2001. Letters to Tom from Martin A. Cohen. New York : New York Federation of Reform Synagogues, 1992. When is Reform Judaism?. Brooklyn, New York: Temple Beth Emeth, 1987. Two Sister Faiths: Introduction to a Typological Approach to Early Rabbinic Judaism and Early Christianity. Worcester, Mass.: Assumption College, 1985. Cohen, Martin A., and Jack Zevin. Adventures in Living Judaism, 2: Survival, Adaptation and Change. New York: Union of American Hebrew Congregations, 1978. The Synagogue: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow. New York: Federation of Reform Synagogues, 1978. Usque, Samuel. Consolation for the Tribulations of Israel (Consolaçam ás Tribulaçoens de Israel).1st ed, Philadelpia, 1965; 2 ed., translated by Martin A. Cohen. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1977. Cohen, Martin A., and Jack Zevin. Adventures in Living Judaism, 1: Identity. New York: Union of American Hebrew Congregations, 1976. The Sephardic Experience: Course Text. New York: The Academy for Jewish Studies Without Walls, 1976. The Martyr: The Story of a Secret Jew and the Mexican Inquisition in the Sixteenth Century. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1973. (Became a basis for the opera, El Conquistador by Myron Fink, produced by the San Diego Opera Company.) VII. EDITIONS AND/OR TRANSLATIONS Reader in Sephardica. Edited by Martin A. Cohen. New York. (approximately 1700 pages, to be published initially on the internet ) Instructor’s Supplementary Reader in Sephardica. Edited by Martin A. Cohen. New York. 2

3 (approximately 2000 pages.) Sephardim in the Americas: Studies in Culture and History. Edited with Abraham J. Peck. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 1993. The Sephardim in the Americas. Edited by Martin A. Cohen. Cincinnati: American Jewish Archives, 1992. Christian Mission-Jewish Mission. Edited with Helga Croner. New York: Paulist Press, 1982. The Jewish Experience in Latin America: Selected Studies from the Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society. Waltham, Mass.: American Jewish Historical Society, 1972. The Jewish Experience in Latin America: Selected Studies from the Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society. New York: Ktav Publishing House, 1971. Divisional Editor of three Departments of the Encyclopedia Judaica (The Marranos, Latin America (Colonial Period), Portugal), 1972. VIII. MULTI-MEDIA Senior Scholar for Girona, Mother of Israel: The Jews of Catalonia. Patricia Giniger Snyder. (producer). Video. N.p.: National Center for Jewish Film, 1989 “The Jews of Spain: Glimpses of their Life and History.” Filmstrip. New York: Union of American Hebrew Congregations, 1970. IX. ARTICLES “On Doing a Project in History.” Or “How My Book The Canonization of a Myth Came into Being.” Union of Reform Judaism.” [IN PUBLICATION] “Converso Identity,” in Luis de Santángel: Primer Financiero de América (= Actas del Simposio Internacional: Santángel 98) Alicante and Valenica, 2008, pp. 377-386 “What is Spirituality?” in Paths of Faithfulness: Personal Essays on Jewish Spirituality, edited by Carol Ochs, Kerry M. Olitzky, and Joshua Saltzman, 33. Hoboken, New Jersey: KTAV, 1997. “Le passage de l’espérance: L’espérance juive, son rôle et son développment dans le christianisme et l’islam primitifs.” La Société Juive à Travers l’Histoire 1 (1993): 93-116. “The Sephardic Phenomenon: A Reappraisal,” in Sephardim in the Americas: Studies in Culture and History. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 1993. Article in I Stood Terrified...The Expulsion from Spain, 1492 . Art Exhibit by Barbara Green at Hebrew Union -Jewish Institute of Religion (New York School), February 10, 1992 through May 22, 1992, 3-4. “Dimensions socio-politiques des origines et du développement du karaïsme.” La Société Juive à Travers l’Histoire 1 (1992): 399-425. “The Sephardic Phenonenon: a Reappraisal.” American Jewish Archives 44, no. 1 (Spring/Summer 1992): 1-79. “Religion in America: Society and Politics. A Jewish Perspective.” Face to Face. 13 (Winter 1987): 21-25. “Judaism in Southern Europe.” Encylopedia of Religion 8 (1987): 172-180. “The Synagogue: History and Tradition.” Encyclopedia of Religion 14 (1987): 210-214. Article in The Work of our Hands: Illuminated Hebrew Manuscripts. Art Exhibit by Darrie Schlesinger at Hebrew Union -Jewish Institute of Religion (New York School), April 1, 1987 through July 31, 1987, 4-7. “Action for International Religious Freedom.” World Affairs 14, no.4 (Spring 1985): 298-303. “The Aegean Diaspora.” In Scattered Lights: The Remnant of Israel in Rural Greece. Art Exhibit by Joshua Plaut at Hebrew Union -Jewish Institute of Religion (New York School), March 4, 1985 3

4 through June 15, 1985, 6-9. “Severus’ Epistle on the Jews.” Helmántica 35, no. 106 (1984): 71-79. “A Spiritual Income Tax Return.” Brotherhood 18, no. 1 (September-October 1984): 3,9. “The Mission of Israel: a Theologico-Historical Analysis.” In Christian Mission-Jewish Mission, edited by Martin A. Cohen and Helga Croner, 46-79. New York: Paulist Press, 1982. “Epilogo.” In Hagadá de Pesaj, edited by Leon Klenicki. New York: Bloch Publishing Company, 1981. “Toward a New Comprehension of the Marranos.” Hispania Judaica 1 (1980): 21-36. “Record and Revelation: a Jewish Perspective.” In Biblical Studies: Meeting Ground of Jews and Christians, edited by Lawrence Boadt, Helga Croner, and Leon Klenicki, 147-171. New York: Paulist Press, 1980. “The Five Convulsive Years: A Reassessment of the Last Lustrum of Jewish History in Medieval Portugal, 1492-1497.” Journal of Reform Judaism (Fall 1979): 39-46. “The Mission of Israel After Auschwitz.” In Issues in the Jewish-Christian Dialogue, Jewish Perspectives on Covenant Mission and Witness, edited by Helga Croner and Leon Klenicki, 157-180. New York: Paulist Press, 1979. “The Prophets as Revolutionaries: a Socio-Political Analysis.” Biblical Archaeology Review 5, no. 3 (1979): 12-19. “Anan ben David and Karaite Origins.” Parts 1, 2. Jewish Quarterly Review, n.s. 68, no. 3, 4 (1978): 129-145, 224-234. “Letter to the Editor.” New York University Law Review 52 (October 1977): 970-973 “History.” In Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion at One Hundred Years, edited by Samuel E. Karff, 431-452. Cincinnati: Hebrew Union College Press, 1976. “Ahijah the Prophet.” The Interpreters Dictionary of the Bible: An Illustrated Encyclopedia 5 (1976): 13-14. “Formation of Judah.” The Interpreters Dictionary of the Bible: An Illustrated Encyclopedia 5 (1976): 498-499. “The Religion of Tomás Treviño de Sobremonte.” In A Bicentennial Festschrift for Jacob Rader Marcus, edited by Bertram Wallace Korn, 93-106. New York: Ktav, for the American Jewish Historical Society, 1976. “The Hasmonean Revolution Politically Considered.” CCAR Journal : a Reform Jewish Quarterly 22, no. 4 (Fall 1975): 13-34. “In All Fairness to Ahab.” In Eretz-Israel Archaeological, Historical and Geographical Studies, 87-94. Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society, 1975. “The Hasmonean Revolution Politically Considered: Outline of a New Interpretation.” In Salo Wittmayer Baron Jubilee Volume 12 (=Nelson Glueck Memorial Volume) 63-285. Jerusalem: American Academy for Jewish Research, 1974. “Azores.” Encyclopedia Judaica, Vol. 3, (1972): col. 1012. “Carvajal (family).” Encyclopedia Judaica, Vol. 5, (1972): cols. 220-222. “Coimbra.” Encyclopedia Judaica, Vol. 5, (1972): col. 694. “Luis Dias.” Encyclopedia Judaica, Vol. 6, (1972): cols. 7-8. “João Baptista de Este.” Encyclopedia Judaica, Vol. 6, (1972): col. 905. “Gabriel de Granada.” Encyclopedia Judaica, Vol. 7, (1972): col. 853. “Latin America (Colonial Period).” Encyclopedia Judaica, Vol. 10, (1972): cols. 1448-1449. “Francisco Maldonado de Silva.” Encyclopedia Judaica, Vol. 11, (1972): col. 825. “Marrano.” Encyclopedia Judaica, Vol. 11, (1972): col. 1018. “Marrano Diaspora.” Encyclopedia Judaica, Vol. 11, (1972): cols. 1019-1025. “Navarro (family).” Encyclopedia Judaica, Vol. 12, (1972): cols. 896-897. “New Christians.” Encyclopedia Judaica, Vol. 12, (1972): col. 1022. 4

5 “Benzion Netanyahu.” Encyclopedia Judaica, Vol. 12, (1972): cols. 970-971. “Fernão de Noronha.” Encyclopedia Judaica, Vol. 12, (1972): cols. 1216-1217. “Peru (Colonial Period).” Encyclopedia Judaica, Vol. 13, (1972): cols. 322-323. “Ellis Rivkin .” Encyclopedia Judaica, Vol. 14, (1972): col. 198. “Santarém (city, Portugal) .” Encyclopedia Judaica, Vol. 14, (1972): cols. 847-848. “Tomás Treviño de Sobremonte.” Encyclopedia Judaica, Vol. 15, (1972): cols. 1379-1380. “Abraham Usque.” Encyclopedia Judaica, Vol. 16, (1972): col. 21. “Samuel Usque .” Encyclopedia Judaica, Vol. 16, (1972): cols. 21-22. “Joseph Vecinho.” Encyclopedia Judaica, Vol. 16, (1972): cols. 81-82. “Some Misconceptions About the Crypto-Jews in Colonial Mexico.” American Jewish Historical Quarterly 61, no. 4 (June 1972): 277-293. “Introduction.” In The Jewish Experience in Latin America: Selected Studies from the Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, edited by Martin A. Cohen, 15-70. Waltham, Mass.: American Jewish Historical Society, 1971. “Myths and Realities About the Judaizers in Colonial Mexico.” The American Sephardi 5, nos.12 (Autumn 1971): 140. “The Rebellions During the Reign of King David: An Inquiry into Social Dynamics in Ancient Israel.” In Studies in Jewish Bibliography, History and Literature in Honor of I. Edward Kiev, 91-112. New York: Ktav Publishing House, 1971. “A Religião de Luis Rodríguez Carvajal.” Parts 1,2. Aonde Vamos 1469, 1470 (1971): 3-8, 3-7. “Antonio Díaz de Cáceres: Marrano Adventurer in Colonial Mexico.” American Jewish Historical Quarterly 60, no. 2 (December 1970): 169-184. “A Brief Survey of Studies Relating to Luis de Carvajal, the Younger.” The American Sephardi 3, nos. 1-2 (1969): 89-90. “Are Jews the Chosen People?” in Dimensions. New York: Union of American Hebrew Congregations, (Spring 1968): 1-5. “The Religion of Luis Rodríguez Carvajal: Glimpses Into the Passion of a Mexican Judaizer.” American Jewish Archives 20, no. 1 (April 1968) 33-62. “Don Gregorio López, Friend of the Secret Jew: a Contribution to the Study of Religious Life in Early Colonial Mexico.” Hebrew Union College Annual 38 (1967): 259-284. “Judaism’s Coming Golden Age: The Promise and Prospect of American Jewry.” National Jewish Welfare Board (1967). “Vatican Council II: An Historic View.” Face to Face. ????? (1967): 76-82. “On Structuring American Jewish History.” American Jewish Historical Quarterly 57, no. 2 (December 1967): 137-150. “The Letters and Last Will and Testament of Luis de Carvajal, the Younger.” American Jewish Historical Quarterly 55, no. 4 (June 1966): 451-520. “The Autobiography of Luis de Carvajal, the Younger.” American Jewish Historical Quarterly 55, no. 3 (March 1966): 277-318. “The Role of the Shilonite Priesthood in the United Monarchy of Ancient Israel.” Hebrew Union College Annual 36 (1965): 59-98 “The First Christian Century as Jewish History.” In The Bible in Modern Scholarship, Papers Read at the 100th Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature, December 28-30, 1964, edited by Philip J. Hyatt, 227-251. Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1965. “Reflections on the Text and Context of the Disputation of Barcelona.” Hebrew Union College Annual 35 (1964): 157-192. “Crypto-Jews in Mexico During the Sixteenth Century.” American Jewish Historical Quarterly 51 (1962): 168-214. “Recent Books in Jewish History.” CCAR Journal : a Reform Jewish Quarterly ??, no. ?? (June 5

6 1962): ????. Portuguese Times April ????????? (20 YEARs AGO, USED TO BE PUBLISHED IN NEWARK NOW PUBLISHED IN MA), X. A SAMPLING OF MAJOR LECTURES AND ADDRESSES ( Dr. Cohen has given more than 600 public lectures). The following are some highlights: “The Future of Reform Judaism.” Lecture presented to Senior Rabbis of the Association for Progressive Judaism at Temple Emanuel, New York City, April 3, 2005. “Unpacking the Passion of Mel Gibson.” Lecture presented to Senior Staff at Union of Reform Judaism, New York City, April 14, 2004. Principal Lecturer at “NER-CCAR Kallah.” Providence, Rhode Island. May, 2002. “Response to the Pontifical Biblical Commission’ statement, The Jewish People and their Sacred Scriptures in the New Testament.“ Catholic University Law School, Washington, D.C. May 7, 2002. Principal Lecturer at “Mid-Atlantic CCAR Regional Kallah.” Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. January, 2002. “History of Jewish Communities in Greece.” Lecture presented to a select private audience, New York City, December, 2001. “The Temple of Old and Judaism Tommorrow.” Founder’s Day Address delivered at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion (New York School), New York, March 17, 1998. “The Conversos and the Marrano Myth.” Keynote address at Santángel 98 Symposium at the Dominican University, River Forest, Illinois, August, 1998. “The Earliest Mexican Writer: Luis de Carvajal, the Younger.” Lecture presented to the American Jewish Congregation in Mexico City, Mexico, June, 1998. Principal Lecturer at “New York Regional Kallah of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations.” November, 1992. Monticello, New York. “Five Centuries of Jewish Life in Girona and Catalonia.” Symposium ?????? “When is Reform Judaism?” Lecture presented at Temple Beth Emeth, Brooklyn, New York, May 31, 1987. “The Role of Religion in a Democracy.” Symposium at Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, March, 1986. “American Religion, Society, and Politics.” Lecture given at ADL Lilly Foundation Conference in Bloomington, Indiana, January, 1985. “The Construction of Our Synagogue.” Founder’s Day Address delivered at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion (New York School), New York, March 15, 1982. ?????? Lecturer at Brooklyn Seminar for a New Curriculum in the Reform Religious School . (December 29, 1970) “Archaeology and Torah." Founder’s Day Address delivered at Hebrew Union -Jewish Institute of Religion (New York School), New York, March, 1963. XI. REVIEWS Review of The Other Israel: Voices of Refusal and Dissent, edited by Roane Carey, and Jonathan Shainin. The American Historical Review. [dates have to be checked]. Review of Judaism in America, by Marc Lee Raphael. Jewish Culture and History. University of Manchester, United Kingdom [dates have to be checked] Review of Holy Men and Hunger Artists: Fasting and Asceticism in Rabbinic Culture, by Eliezer Diamond. The American Historical Review 110, no. 1 (February 2005): 257-258.

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7 Review of Inquisition et société au Portugal: Le cas du tribunal d’Évora 1660-1821, by Michèle Janin-Thivos Tailland. The American Historical Review 108, no. 2 (April 2003): 585. Review of Jewish Life and American Culture, by Sylvia Barack Fishman. Shofar 20, no. 4 (Summer 2002): 145-147. Review of Jewry in the Twentieth Century, 1913-1983: Patterns of Jewish Survival in the Greek Provinces Before and After the Holocaust, by Joshua Eli Plaut. Martyrdom and Resistance 24 (September, October 1997): 3. Review of Inquisition and Society in the Kingdom of Valencia, 1478-1834, by Stephen Haliczer. American Historical Review 96, no. 4 (October 1991): 1211-1212. Review of The Moral Proverbs of Santob de Carrion: Jewish Wisdom in Christian Spain, by T.A. Perry. American Historical Review 95, no.5 (December 1990): 1518. Review of Self-Fulfilling Prophecy: Exile and Return in the History of Judaism, by Jacob Neusner. American Historical Review 95, no.5 (December 1990): 1448-1489. Review of Rebecca’s Children: Judaism and Christianity in the Roman World, by Alan F. Segal. American Historical Review 93, no. 1 (February 1988): 129-130. Review of From Pale to Pampa: A Social History of the Jews of Buenos Aires, by Eugene F. Sofer. The Hispanic American Historical Review 64, no. 4 (November 1984): 84. Review of The Non-Jewish Origins of the Sephardic Jews, by Paul Wexler. ????????????? “A Probative Overview of Jewish History.” Review of The Shaping of Jewish History, by Ellis Rivkin. Jewish Quarterly Review 66, no. 4 (1976): 238-241. Review of “H. Beinart’s Records of the Trials of the Spanish Inquisition in Ciudad Real, I-II, 1974-1977.” Jewish Quarterly Review 70, no. 2 (1979): 119-120. Review of “Américo Castro and His Critics: Eugenio Asensio,” by Albert A. Sicroff. The American Sephardi 7-8 (Autumn 1975): 154-155. Review of “The Castilian Urban Patriciate and the Jewish Expulsions of 1480-92,” by Stephen H. Haliczer. The American Sephardi 7-8 (Autumn 1975): 148. Review of “Fontes para a história economica e social do Brasil. Inventário dos bens de condenados pela Inquisição. (Brasil, Século XVIII),” by Anita Novinsky. The American Sephardi 7-8 (Autumn 1975): 149. Review of Garcia de Orta – a Militant Marrano in Portuguese-India in the 16th Century, by Walter J. Fischel. The American Sephardi 7-8 (Autumn 1975): 109-110. Review of “Físicos e cicurgiões quatrocentistas, as cartas de exame,” by Iria Gonçalves. The American Sephardi 7-8 (Autumn 1975): 144-145. Review of “Hakham Raphael Haim Isaac Carigal: Shaliah of Hebron and Rabbi of Newport, 5533 (1773),” by Marvin Pitterman and Bartholomew Schiavo. The American Sephardi 7-8 (Autumn 1975): 149-150. Review of The Haggadah of Passover, edited by David and Tamar de Sola Pool. The American Sephardi 7-8 (Autumn 1975): 128-129. Review of A History of the Inquisition in Spain, Volume 3, by H.C. Lea. The American Sephardi 7-8 (Autumn 1975): 118-119. Review of The Jews of Moslem Spain, by Eliyahu Ashtor. The American Sephardi 7-8 (Autumn 1975): 118-119. Review of “Juderías medievales de la provincia de León,” by Francisco Cantera Burgos. The American Sephardi 7-8 (Autumn 1975): 142-143. Review of “Judíos, Moros y Villanos,” by Alberto Navarro González. The American Sephardi 78 (Autumn 1975): 147. Review of “The ‘Last Trial’ in Portuguese,” by H.P. Salomon. The American Sephardi 7-8 (Autumn 1975): 152-153.

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8 Review of The Marranos of Spain from the Late 14th to the Early 16th Century According to Contemporary Hebrew Sources, by B. Netanyahu. The American Sephardi 7-8 (Autumn 1975): 125126. Review of “Moroccan Jews in Spain in the Beginning of the Seventeenth,” by Haim Beinart. The American Sephardi. 7-8 (Autumn 1975): 112-113. Review of “Para a história da populaçáo portuguesa dos séculos XV e XVI (Resultados e Problemas de métodos),” by Virginia Rau. The American Sephardi 7-8 (Autumn 1975): 152. Review of “Professing Jews in Post-Expulsion Spain and Portugal,” by Professor Yosef Hayim Yerushalmi. The American Sephardi 7-8 (Autumn 1975): 110. Review of “A Reassessment of Visigothic Jewish Policy, 589-711,” by Bernard S. Bachrach. The American Sephardi 7-8 (Autumn 1975): 140. Review of Salo Wittmayer Baron Jubilee Volume on the Occasion of his Eightieth Birthday, edited by Saul Lieberman and Arthur Hyman. The American Sephardi 7-8 (Autumn 1975): 109. Review of Toledo Judaico. (Toledo, 20-22 Abril 1972). The American Sephardi 7-8 (Autumn 1975): 115-117. Review of “Uma fonte inédita para a história do Brasil,” by Anita Novinsky. The American Sephardi 7-8 (Autumn 1975): 148-149. Review of The Jews in Spain and Portugal: A Bibliography, by Robert Singerman. Studies in Jewish Bibliography and Booklore 12 (1979): 37-44. Review of Latin American Jewry: A Research Guide, by Martin H. Sable. Studies in Jewish Bibliography and Booklore. ????????. Review of Cristãos Novos na Bahía: 1624-1654, by Anita Novinsky. The American Sephardi 6, nos. 1-2 (Winter 1973): 117-118. Review of Os Judeus em Portugal no Seculo XIV (The Jews in 14th Century Portugal), by María José Pimenta Ferro. The American Sephardi 6, nos. 1-2 (Winter 1973): 110-111. Review of Los Chuetas y la Inquisición, Vida y muerte en el ghetto de Mallorca (Chuetas and the Inquisition, Life and Death in the Ghetto of Mallorca), by Angela Selke. The American Sephardi 6, nos. 1-2 (Winter 1973): 123-124. Review of The Jews of Poland, by Bernard D. Weinryb. The Polish Review 18, no. 4 (1973): 100-101. Review of The Portuguese Inquisition and its Victims in the Light of Recent Polemics, by H.P. Salomon. The American Sephardi 6, nos. 1-2 (Winter 1973): 137-138. Review of Os Judeus em Portugal no Seculo XIV, by María José Pimenta Ferro. The American Sephardi (July 1972). Review of The Judeo-Spanish Ballad Chapbooks of Yacob Abraham Yona, by Samuel G. Armistead and Joseph H. Silverman. Library Journal (July 1972). Review of History of the Jews of the Netherlands Antilles, by Isaac S. and Suzanne A. Emmanuel. American Jewish Quarterly 61, no. 3 (????????September 1971 – June 1972): 257-259. Review of Rabbinic Judaism in the Making, by Alexander Guttman. Choice (February 1972). Review of A World at Twilight: A Portrait of the Jewish Communities of Eastern Europe Before the Holocaust, by Lionel S. Reiss. Library Journal (February 15, 1972). Review of Lithuanian Hasidism, by Wolf Ze’ev Rabinowitsch. Library Journal (January 1, 1972). Review of History of the Netherland Antilles, by Isaac S. and Suzanne A. Emmanuel. American Jewish Historical Quarterly (May 1, 1971). Review of Solomon Zeitlin: Scholar Laureate: An Annotated Bibliography, edited by Sidney B. Hoenig. JWB Circle (1971). 8

9 Review of Christáos – Novos, Jesuitas e Inquisição (Aspectos de sua atuaçáo nas Capitanias do Sul (1530-1680)) (New Christians, Jesuits and the Inquisition – Aspects of its Activity in the Southern Captaincies), by José Gonçalves Salvador. The American Sephardi 5, nos. 1-2 (Autumn 1971): 101-102. Review of A History of the Jews Since the First Century A.D., by Frederick M. Schweitzer. Library Journal (October 15, 1971). Review of The Messianaic Idea in Judaism and Other Essays on Jewish Spirituality, by Gershom Scholem. Library Journal (September 15, 1971). Review of In Praise of the Baal Shem Tov (Shivhei ha’Besht): The Earliest Collection of Legends about the Founder of Hasidism, translated and edited by Dan Ben-Amos and Jerome R. Mintz. Library Journal (September 15, 1971). Review of The Tents of Jacob: The Diaspora – Yesterday and Today, by Raphael Patai. Library Journal (September 15, 1971). Review of From Spanish Court to Italian Ghetto: Isaac Cardoso: A Study in SeventeenthCentury Marranism and Jewish Apologetics, by Josef Hayim Yerushalmi. Library Journal (June 15, 1971). Review of History of the Netherland Antilles, by Isaac S. and Suzanne A. Emmanuel. Library Journal (May 1, 1971). Review of The Colonial American Jew: 1492-1776, by Jacob R. Marcus. Library Journal (April 15, 1971). Review of The Jews in New Spain, by Seymour B. Liebman. Hispanic American Historical Review (February 1971): 140-141. Review of The Teaching of Judaica in Amercan Universities: the Proceedings of a Colloquium, edited by Leon A. Jick. Library Journal (January 1, 1971). Review of The Founding Fathers of Israel, by Gershon Winer. Library Journal (December 15, 1970). Review of Judaism and Immortality, by Levi A. Olan. Library Journal (October 1, 1970). Review of The Mexican Inquisition of the Sixteenth Century, by Richard E. Greenleaf. American Jewish Historical Quarterly 60, no. 1 (September 1970): 122-124. Review of Judaism in the Secular Age: Essays on Fellowship, Community and Freedom, by Jacob Neusner. Library Journal (September 1, 1970). Review of The Jewish Experience in America: Selected Studies from the publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, vols. I-V, edited by Abraham J. Karp. Library Journal (November 15, 1969). Review of Studies in Torah Judaism, by Leon D. Stitskin. Library Journal (June 1, 1969). Review of Jerusalem: and Other Jewish Writings, by Moses Mendelssohn. Library Journal (April 15, 1969). Review of Prayer in Judaism, by Bernard Martin. Library Journal (March 1, 1969). Review of A Land That I will Show Thee: The Jewish People Through the Ages, by Eva and Zeev Goldman. Library Journal (January 15, 1969). Review of Quest for Past and Future, by Emil L. Fackenheim. Library Journal (January 15, 1969). Review of Legends of our Time, by Elie Wiesel. Library Journal (September 15, 1968). Review of The Hebrew Goddess, by Raphael Patai. Library Journal (June 15, 1968). Review of The Paradox of Hate: A Study in Ritual Murder, by Morton Irving Seiden. Library Journal (June 1, 1968). Review of The Walls of Jerusalem, by Chaim Raphael. Library Journal (March 1, 1968). Review of The American Judaism Reader: Essays, Fiction and Poetry from the Pages of American Judaism, edited by Paul Kresh. Library Journal (February 1, 1968). Review of The Faith of a Hasid, by Max A. Lipschitz. Library Journal (February 1, 1968). 9

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Review of A Social and Religious History of the Jews, by S.W. Baron. American Historical Review 78 (1967-1968): 791-793. Review of Spain: A Modern History, by Rhea Marsh Smith. American Jewish Historical Quarterly 57, nos. 1-4 (September 1967-June 1968): 280. Review of Emancipation and Adjustment: Contemporary Jewish Religious Movements, their History and Thought, by David Rudavsky. Library Journal (September 1967). Review of History of the Jews, by Simon Dubnow. Library Journal (December 1967). Review of The Last Trial: on the Legends and Lore of the Command to Abraham to Offer Isaac as a Sacrifice, the Akedah, by Shalom Spiegel. Library Journal (September 1967). Review of On Judaism, by Martin Buber. Library Journal (November 1967). Review of Seeker of Unity: The Life and Works of Aaron of Staroselje, by Louis Jacobs. Library Journal (July 1967). Review of Spain: A Modern History, by R.M. Smith. American Jewish Historical Quarterly 57 (1967): 278-279. Review of The Jewish People, by M. Wurmbrand and C. Roth. The Jewish People (1966). Review of From the Ends of the Earth: The Peoples of Israel, by Howard Morley Sachar. Jewish Social Studies 27 (1965): 194-195. Review of A Guide to Jewish References in the Mexican Colonial Era (1521-1821), by Seymour B. Liebman. American Jewish Historical Quarterly 54, nos. 1-4 (September 1964-June 1965): 210-212. Review of Toledot Mamlekhet Ha’Tsalbanim Be’erets Yisrael (A History of the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem), vol. I, by Joshua Prawer. American Historical Review ?????? (July 1964): p. 1115. Review of Estudios de Poética Hebrea, by Luis Alonso Schökel. Journal of Biblical Literature 82, Part 4 (December 1963): 452-453. Review of The Jew in the Medieval World, by Jacob R. Marcus. Central Conference American Rabbis Journal (June 1961): 67-68. Review of An Index to ‘Guzmán de Alfarache.’ Including Proper Names and Notable Matters, by Malcolm Jerome Gray. Hispanic Review 17 (October 1949): 356. XII. PUBLIC SERVICE Member of the Board, National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods (2005 to date) Consultant to the Kauffman-Marx Foundation for its Program in Building Friendship between German Youth and American Jewish Youth (1997 to 2010) Chaplain of the Metropolitan [New York] Conference of the National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods (1964 to date) Chairman of the Board of the Jewish Historical Society of New York (approximately five years in the l970s possibly into the 1980s :dates not available): National Chaplain, American Veterans of World War II and Korea (the AMVETS) (1961-1962) Chairman, National Jewish-Catholic Relations Department, Anti-Defamation League of the B’nai B’rith, 1978-1987. Co-Chairman, National Interfaith Affairs Committee, Anti-Defamation League of the B’nai B’rith, 1977-1986 Member of Board of Directors, Jewish Conciliation Board of America (at least five years: dates not available) Chaplain, New York Metropolitan Conference, National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods (1963-to date) Member of Commission Patronat “Call de Girona”, Centre Bonastruc ça Porta, Institut d’Estudis Nahmànides (Ajuntament de Girona), Girona (Gerona), Spain 10

11 Co-editor of Nuestro Encuentro, the Anti-Defamation League’s first publication in Spanish Chairman of the International Scholars Committee of the Anti-Defamation League of the B’nai B’rith Scholar and Consultant on International Affairs of the Foreign Relations Commission of the New York Board of Rabbis (about two years: dates have to be checked). Adviser and Spiritual Leader of the American Friends of the Jewish Museum of Greece (2007 to date)

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Phi Beta Kappa (U of Pennsylvania 1946) Dictionary of American Scholars Who’s Who in American Religion Solon Miles Chadabee Award for Outstanding Achievement, (New York Metropolitan Conference, National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods) (Twice) Man of Year, (New York Metropolitan Conference, National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods) Award, Israel Emergency Fund, United Jewish Appeal and Federation of Jewish Philanthropies, February 17, 1974 Award of Honor, (New York Metropolitan Conference, National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods) January 23, 1971 Outstanding Service Award, (New York Metropolitan Conference, National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods) May, 1966. Tikkun Olam Award for distinguished service, (New York Metropolitan Conference, National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods) Spiritual Leader Award, American Friends of the Jewish Museum of Greece XIV. THESES SUPERVISED BY MARTIN A. COHEN (list not complete) A. DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (Ph. D): (Associate Referee) Eisenstein, Judith Kaplan. “The Liturgical Chant of Provençal and West Sephardic Jews in Comparison to the Song of the Troubadors and to the Cantigas.” Hebrew Union College, 1966. B. DOCTOR OF MINISTRY (D. MIN) Goodman, Linda Henry. “Gay and Lesbian Inclusion at Union Temple in Brooklyn.” Hebrew Union College, 1999. C. MASTER OF SACRED MUSIC (M.S.M.) Singer, Dan. “The Music of Sidar Belarsky in it’s Historical Context.” Hebrew Union College, 2005. Harris, Kim. “Southern Voices: The History of Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim, Charleston, S.C.” Hebrew Union College, 2002. 11

12 Paliy, Galina. “Contribution of Creative Traditional Hazzanut to the School of Sacred Music.” Hebrew Union College, 2002. Shermet, Wendy. “The Jewish History and Music of Bessarabia T.” Hebrew Union College, 2001. Bruner, Margaret Jean. “The Sacred Music of the Great Synagogue of Livorno in the Nineteenth Century.” Hebrew Union College, 2000. Lefko, Amy Elizabeth. “Messianic Ideas and Yiddish Song: Anthems that Sing of Hope Vessels That Sustain the Chain of Tradition.” Hebrew Union College, 2000. Yomtov, Diane Alice. “Creativity as a Survival Mechanism as Seen in the Music of Terezin.” Hebrew Union College, 2000. Leuchter, Janet B. “Provision for the Journey: Recovering Lost Religious Folk Songs in Yiddish of East European Jewry.” Hebrew Union College, 1999. Contzius, Erik L. “Grace After Meals: A Progressive Response.” Hebrew Union College, 1995. Marx, Rogerio. “Order of Hazanut According to Joseph Jesurun Pinto.” Hebrew Union College, 1995. Shore, Yvon F. “Maimounah the Post Pesah Moroccan Festival: An Overview to the Culture and Music Which Sustain It.” Hebrew Union College, 1995. Schlossberg, Pamela L. “The Jewish Wedding Ceremony: The Relationship of its Music to its Social Historical Context.” Hebrew Union College, 1994. Campbell, Chere Ann. “Jewish Music of Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco.” Hebrew Union College, 1993. Garfein, Rebecca. “A Selected Annotated Bibliography of Sephardic Music.” Hebrew Union College, 1993. Hest, Lisa Rosenbaum. “Voices of our Mothers: Women’s Lives in Yiddish and Ladino Songs.” Hebrew Union College, 1988. Ginsberg, Nancy Rose. “Music for Interfaith Worship: A Bibliography of Jewish and Christian Music.” Hebrew Union College, 1987. D. MASTER OF ARTS IN JEWISH STUDIES (M.A.J.S.) Marx, Rogerio. “The Plays of Antonio José da Silva known as “The Jew”, as a Source for Understanding His Condemnation by the Inquisition.” Hebrew Union College, 1996. E. MASTER OF ARTS IN RELIGIOUS EDUCATION (M.A.R.E.) Roos, Roberta. “Ha’aretz—The Land.” Hebrew Union College, 1979. F. RABBINIC Arad, Gabriella. “The Hakdamot in Isaac Abravanel’s Commentary to the Early Prophets as a Source of Jewish History.” Hebrew Union College, 2006. Burrows, Joshua. “The Intermediate Deity in Early Christianity.” Hebrew Union College, 2005. Saks, Jared. “Reflections on the Sephardic Community of the Ottoman Empire in the Eighteenth Century as Illustrated in the Commentaries of the Me’am Lo’ez on Shemot.” Hebrew Union College, 2005. Pincus, Michael. “The Influence of Society and the Times on Our Biblical Commentators.” Hebrew Union College, 2004. Franken, John. “The Effect of Haskalah on Jewish Education in Germany.” Hebrew Union College, 2003. 12

13 Jaech, Jennifer. “A Sociopolitical Study of the Role of the Biblical Red Heifer (Numbers 19) in Tannaitic and Amoraic Literature.” Hebrew Union College, 2003. Burton, Steven. “Dividing the House: A Socio-Political Approach to the Departure of the Followers of the Resurrected Messiah from the House of Israel.” Hebrew Union College, 2002. Mates-Muchin, Jacqueline. “The Thought of Confucius and its Parallels in the Biblical and Early Rabbinic Tradition: A Sociopolitical Study.” Hebrew Union College, 2002. Cantor, Mollie. “An Introduction to the Socio-political Treatment of Aeleh Divre Ha-Brit.” Hebrew Union College, 2001. Churgel, Michael. “A Socio-political Consideration of the Expurgated Passages in the Babylonian Talmud, Tractate Sanhedrin T.” Hebrew Union College, 2001. Monheit, Diana. “Towards a Socio-Political Analysis of Ibn Ver’s Shebet Yehudah T.” Hebrew Union College, 2001. Minkin, Joshua. “An Introduction of the Socio-political Treatment of Terminally Ill Patients.” Hebrew Union College, 2000. Chizner, Todd. “Rabbinic Parallels to Matthean Expression – A Study in the Politics and Polemics of Rabbinic Expression.” Hebrew Union College, 1999. Miller, Ellie. “An Annotated Translation and Study of Selected Sermons of Azariah Figo (Picho).” Hebrew Union College, 1999. Stark, Eric B. “Translation and Annotation, With Introductory Materials, of Higayon Bekhinor of Rabbi Judah Ben Joseph Moscato.” Hebrew Union College, 1999. Caruso, Joshua L. “A Socio-Political Analysis of Jewish Factionalism at Yavneh from 73 C.E. – 116 C.E.” Hebrew Union College, 1998. Myers, Nancy Rita. “A Socio-Political Study of Elijah Del Medigo’s Behinat Ha-Dat.” Hebrew Union College, 1997. Bronstein, Daniel Mosheh. “From Denominationalism to Sectarianism: The Rise and Fall of the Synagogue Council of America.” Hebrew Union College, 1996. Penzias, Shifra. “’Avodah Zarah’”: A Socio-Political Study of Non-Centrist Religious Practices Among the Jews in the Roman Era as Reflected in Tannaitic Texts.” Hebrew Union College, 1996. Reiss, Glynis Conyer. “Politics of an Idea: Relationship of the Concept of God’s Power in Romans 1:20 to Socio-Political Divisions of the Jewish and Christian Worlds in 1st-3rd Centuries C.E.” Hebrew Union College, 1996. Walsh, Ariel. “The Architecture of Herodian Temple and its Use as a Symbol in the Gemara of the Two Talmuds.” Hebrew Union College, 1996. Roberts, Stephen. “A Socio-Political Study of the Concepts in the Lord’s Prayer and Their Subsequent Use in the Development of Rabbinic Judaism and Early Christianity.” Hebrew Union College, 1995. Abramowitz-Silverman, Susan A. “The Evolution of God as Tzur From Biblical to Rabbinic Literature.” Hebrew Union College, 1994. Katz, Sandra. “Kohelet in Me’am Lo’ez.” Hebrew Union College, 1993. Schloss, Janine. “Reflections of Socio-Political Reality in Jewish and Christian Exegesis of the Tannaitic Age.” Hebrew Union College, 1993. Wierzba, Ellen. “Toward a Study of Denmark’s Jewish Community: The First Generations.” Hebrew Union College, 1993. Bossov, Andrew Israel. “The Socio-Political Agendas of the Messianic Movements in Judaism Between 180 B.C.E. and 135 C.E.” Hebrew Union College, 1992. Kreitman, Jill Allyn. “The Life and Times of Rabbi Yom Tov Lipman Heller.” Hebrew Union College, 1991.

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14 Barzilai, Morris W. “The Reflection of Sephardic Society in the Ottoman Empire as Seen Through the Commentaries of the Me’am Lo’ez on the Haggadah.” Hebrew Union College, 1989. Madway, Lorraine Margaret. “The Rod as a Symbol of God’s Presence in Aggadic Literature.” Hebrew Union College, 1998. Baroff, Richard M. “Paul and Rabbinic Judaism.” Hebrew Union College, 1987. Cohen-Rosenberg, Judith Ellen. “The Glorification of Esther Among Ottoman Jews in the Eighteenth Century: As Reflected in the Me’am Loez on Esther.” Hebrew Union College, 1986. Perlmeter, Rex D. “When the Straight Way Was Lost: The Meaning of Moses Da Rieti’ Mikdash Me’at.” Hebrew Union College, 1985. Bretton-Granatoor, Gary M. “On the Bittul Ikare Hanotzrim: A Study in Polemics and Text Transmissions.” Hebrew Union College, 1984. Alexander, Leslie Jean. “The ‘Anusim’ in the Responsa of Samuel de Medina, 1506-1589.” Hebrew Union College, 1983. Einbinder, Susan. “Yitzhak Hagorni: Hebrew ‘Troubador’ from Provence.” Hebrew Union College, 1983. Gluck, Arnold S. “A Critical Analysis of Data Concerning Wood and Metal Vessels in Mishnah Kelim.” Hebrew Union College, 1983. Petuchowski, Aaron Mark. “Inconsistency for Good Reason: The Responsa: The Responsa of Rabbenu Gershom.” Hebrew Union College, 1983. Stern, Shira. “Inquiry Into Joel Ibn Shu’aib’s Commentary on the Book of Psalms.” Hebrew Union College, 1983. Brickman, Kenneth L. “Jewish History as Apologetics.” Hebrew Union College, 1982. Wolkoff, Julie. “A Jewish Perspective on the McCarthy Era.” Hebrew Union College, 1982. Ferris, Helene. “Joseph Hakohen’s Emek Habachah: A Comparison to the 37 Historical Chapters of Samuel Usque’s Consolation for the Tribulation of Israel.” Hebrew Union College, 1981. Levenson, Michael Mark. “Anti-Semitism in Quebec.” Hebrew Union College, 1981. Rutenberg, Laurie. “Israeli Perceptions of Vatican II: Reports from Ha’Arets, Davar and Hatsofeh.” Hebrew Union College, 1981. Weber, Donald A. “Responsa of Rabbi Solomon Ibn Adret of Barcelona.” Hebrew Union College, 1981. Hachen, Debra R. “Jewish-Christian Relations As Reflected in Jacob Ben Reuben’s Milchamot Ha-Shem.” Hebrew Union College, 1980. Portnoy, Mindy Avra. “The Life of Fourteenth Century Spanish Jewry as Reflected in the Polemical Writings of Profiat Duran.” Hebrew Union College, 1980. Bourne, Michal. “Inventory of the Rabbinic View of the Miracle.” Hebrew Union College, 1979. Fink, Steven M. “Examination of the Iggeret Olam by Abraham Farissol.” Hebrew Union College, 1979. Kaufman, Jan Caryl. “The Contra Judaeorum Perfidiam of Joshua Lorki.” Hebrew Union College, 1979. Korinow, Ira L. “Mahberet Menahem in Its Historical Context.” Hebrew Union College, 1978. Mahler, Mark Joel. “A Precursor of the Jewish Enlightenment: Dr. Tobias Cohen and his Ma’aseh Tuvia.” Hebrew Union College, 1978. Schlesinger, Laurence A. “The Megalleh Temirin: A Theological and Social Refutation of the Hasidic Tradition.” Hebrew Union College, 1978. Stone, Warren G. “Me-am Lo’ez: Isaac Magriso’s Commentary to Ethics of the Fathers Societal Disintegration and Reconstruction Among Ottoman Jewry.” Hebrew Union College, 1978. Donnell, Shelton J. “Jacob Culi’s Me’am Lo’es.” Hebrew Union College, 1977. Emert, Kenneth Alan. “A Comparative Study to the Commentaries of Abravanel and Malbin to Genesis 37, 39-50.” Hebrew Union College, 1977. 14

15 Loewy, Robert H. “An Analysis of the Historiography in Shalshelet Hakabbalah by Gedaliah Ibn Yahya. Hebrew Union College, 1977. Pollack, Stuart. “A Re-Examination of the Bar-Kokhba Coins.” Hebrew Union College, 1977. Sommer, David. “The Eichmann Trial: The Haaretz Perspective.” Hebrew Union College, 1977. Edwards, Laurence L. “A Study of the Life and Contribution of R. Jacob Sasportas.” Hebrew Union College, 1975. Goldstein, Joshua. “Moses Zacuto’s Yesod Olam.” Hebrew Union College, 1975. Jacobs, Robert A. “Shevet Yehuda Text and Context.” Hebrew Union College, 1975. Karp. Henry J. “A Socio-Political Analysis of Various Jewish Sects.” Hebrew Union College, 1975. Rosenbaum, Jay H. “A Political History of the Jehu Dynasty.” Hebrew Union College, 1975. Rosenstein, Marc J. “The Polemic Over Organ Accompaniment of Synagogue Worship.” Hebrew Union College, 1975. Stevens, Elliot. “Azariah dei Rossi’s Me’or ‘Enayim.” Hebrew Union College, 1975. Weintraub, Peter G. “The Papacy and the Second World War.” Hebrew Union College, 1975. Stern, George M. “Judah Ha-Nasi: a Political Biography.” Hebrew Union College, 1974. Tarlow, Peter E. “A Consideration of Problems in Portuguese Jewish Historiography.” Hebrew Union College, 1974. Saperstein, Marc. “The Cultural and Political Context of the Conflict over Philosophy.” Hebrew Union College, 1972. Schecter, Edward. “Reconstructing the Historical Position of Akiba Ben Joseph: a Comparison of Various Methodologies in Light of Talmudic Evidence.” Hebrew Union College, 1972. Miskin, Edward. “Simon Dubnow an Admirer and Critic of Heinrich Graetz.” Hebrew Union College, 1971. Ruderman, David. “The Polemic of Abraham Farissol with Christianity in its Historical Context.” Hebrew Union College, 1971. Ben Shoshan, Lauren Pack, Breslauer, S. Daniel. “The Theology of Ovadya Ben Yaakov S’forno as Reflected in his Commentary on the Torah.” Hebrew Union College, 1969. Rubinstein, Peter. “Yochanan Ben Zakkai, a New Analysis of his Life and Times.” Hebrew Union College, 1969. Kahane, Leon Maurice. “Solomon Ibn Verga’s Shevet Yehuda.”, Hebrew Union College, 1967. Perman, James H. “The Ideological Image of King David.” Hebrew Union College, 1967. Friedman, Barry R. “Contributions to the History and Evolution of the Kaddish Subsequent to the Publication of David De Sola Pool’s Work on the Subject.” Hebrew Union College, 1966. Holstein, Jay. A. “Some Aspects of the Social and Institutional Life of Medieval German as Seen in Sefer Hasidim.” Hebrew Union College, 1966. Goldstein, David S. “A Study of the Tosefta of Megillah.” Hebrew Union College, 1965. Grosse, Frederick M. “God in the Relation to Israel and the Nations as Seen in the Book of Isaiah: A Study in Terminology and Concept.” Hebrew Union College, 1965. Patz, Norman. “The Yosippon of Joseph ben Gorion: A Translation of Part 2 with an Introduction and Source Analysis.” Hebrew Union College, 1965. Rubinstein, Henry Laurence. “The Josippon of Joseph Ben Gurion: A Translation of Part 1 with an Introduction and Source Analysis.” Hebrew Union College, 1965. Stroh, Michael S. “The Shivhe Ha-Besht as a Reflection of Hasidic Society: The Origin of a Folk Ideology.” Hebrew Union College, 1965. Zoll, Leonard Simon. “A Critical Translation of Joseph Ben Gurion’s Josippon – Part 3.” Hebrew Union College, 1965.

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16 Brenner, Reeve Robert. “A Survey of the Historical and Ideological Development of Two Major American Jewish Organizations and Their Response to the Rise of the Third Reich.” Hebrew Union College, 1964. Goldman, Gerald A. “The Ideology of the Hasidic Movement as Developed in the Kedushat Levi.” Hebrew Union College, 1964. Hellner, Frank. “Rabbi Judah Hai Alkalai: His Life and Works.” Hebrew Union College, 1964 G. UNDERGRADUATE HONORS THESIS Weintraub, David. “A Sociopolitical Analysis of Myth, Ritual, and Authority in Tractate Sukkah of the Babylonian Talmud.” Harvard University, 2001.

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