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f9488a8cf8 De Lange is a historian and author, who has written and edited several books about Judaism, as well as various papers and articles. Download:. Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies The Faculty Undergraduate Studies Graduate Studies Research What's on Library Subjects People Teaching & Research Staff Subject Areas Administrative Staff Library Staff Graduate Students Info Emeritus Professor of Hebrew and Jewish Studies Email: nrml1cam.ac.uk Office Phone: 01223 363019 Websites: Download as vCard Biography: Nicholas de Lange has been closely involved in ChristianJewish dialogue; has translated many novels from modern Hebrew; has travelled extensively in the Mediterranean region; he has lived in France, and is associated with various research institutes and projects in Paris. (with Joshua Holo) Jewish Sources, in Mary Whitby, ed., Byzantines and Crusaders in non-Greek sources, 1025-1204 (Proceedings of the British Academy, 132), Oxford, 2007, 3619. Authority control WorldCat Identities VIAF: 86435604 ISNI: 0000 0001 0922 1086 SUDOC: 030589223 BNF: cb12197420w (data) BNE: XX962574 .
(Cambridge), D.D. The aim of the project is to show how Greek-speaking Jews in the Middle Ages used Bible translations, and how these translations relate to other Greek Bible translations, such as those used at this time by Christians, and those used by Jews in Late Antiquity and in the early modern period. Reviews of the Hebrew Scholarship and the Medieval World. .. He currently gives lectures on Modern Judaism and the Reading of Jewish texts at the Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge. 272 The Penguin Dictionary of Judaism (Penguin Reference Library) (2008), ISBN 978-0141018478, pp.400 . Nicholas de Lange studied Classical Mods and Greats at Christ Church, Oxford, and simultaneously studied Rabbinics at Leo Baeck College, London. About the author Nicholas De Lange. He was taught and ordained by the British Reform rabbi Ignaz Maybaum, a disciple of Franz Rosenzweig. Nicholas Robert Michael de Lange (often known simply as N.