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Congratulations to Gregg Gardner for the recent publication of his book: The Origins of Organized Charity in Rabbinic Judaism. Cambridge University Press (2015). The book examines the origins of communal and institutional philanthropy in Judaism.
Two of our students have had great success at this year’s CAC/SCEC Sight Competition. Sophia Ly received Third Place in the Senior Latin and Richard Cameron received Honourable Mention in the Senior Greek. Students studying Greek and Latin at universities across Canada participate in the Sight competition so this certainly is a great accomplishment by […]
We’re happy to announce the publication of two new volumes by CNERS professors: V. Dahpna Arbel, Paul C. Burns, J.R.C Cousland, Richard Menkis and Dietmar Neufeld (eds.) Not Sparing the Child. Human Sacrifice in the Ancient world and Beyond. Studies in Honor of Professor Paul G. Mosca. New York: Bloomsbury/T&T Clark (2015). A number of […]
Two CNERS professors received prestigious and highly competitive visiting fellowships for the 2015-16 academic year. Rumee Ahmed has been offered a Stanford Humanities Center External Faculty Fellowship for the academic year 2015-16. His topic is “Islamic Systematics: The Art and Science of Islamic Legal Reform.” Ayesha Chaudhry has been offered an appointment as a fellow […]
We’re pleased to announce the publication of two new books by Prof. Michael Griffin: Olympiodorus: Life of Plato and on Plato First Alcibiades 1-9. Ancient Commentators on Aristotle, gen. ed. Richard Sorabji and Michael J. Griffin (Bloomsbury); and Aristotle’s Categories in the Early Roman Empire. Oxford Classical Monograph (OUP). Congratulations Michael!
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