We are happy to announce that the Oxford Biblical Hebrew Summer School will take place online from August 30 – Sept 9 2022. This year, the school is being offered online (via Zoom). The school offers nine days of intensive teaching in Biblical Hebrew. The course corresponds to two full terms of intensive teaching for
We are pleased to announce that a new music course will be offered in Trinity Term 2022, taught by Dr Diana Matut. The number of places available for this music class is limited. Priority will be given to applicants who are current university students, but other candidates will be considered. This class is free of
We are delighted to announce the final conference of this term’s Oxford Seminar in Advanced Jewish Studies: Towards the Study of Jewish-Buddhist Relations, convened by Boaz Huss, Sebastian Musch, & Lionel Obadia. The conference will take place on 10-11 March 2022 at the Clarendon Institute, Walton Street, Oxford, OX1 2HG as well as online via Zoom
We are now accepting applications for the part-time role of Administrator of Oxford School of Rare Jewish Languages (OSRJL). The position will be one of remote and flexible working with part-time hours ranging throughout the year, but possibly averaging 12 hours per week, 40 weeks per year (with concentrated times of work during the academic
UPDATE: 14/02/22 James K. Aitken Professor of Hebrew and Early Jewish Studies, University of Cambridge ‘The Septuagint and the History of the Book’ (Second Series) 5th and 6th Weeks, Hilary Term 2022 Monday 14th February, 5–6.30 p.m. (Online only) ‘The Septuagint within Egyptian Book Culture’ Please register on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/grinfield-lectures-the-septuagint-within-egyptian-book-culture-tickets-265019659937 Monday 21st February,
Join us tomorrow night for the first Hilary Term 2022, OSRJL lecture by Professor Geoffrey Khan, 6pm via Zoom. Please register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0qcOGtrzovHdaUbIXMmUIb7WBFmbM_geDW. Week 4, Tuesday 8 February 6 pm (UK time), Online Via Zoom Professor Geoffrey Khan (Cambridge), ‘The Jewish Neo-Aramaic Dialects’ Please see the poster for this lecture here.