The Kenneth Michael Tanenbaum Series in Jewish Studies

Launched in 2013, books in this series offer fresh perspectives on Judaism—one of the fountainheads of Western civilization—from leading voices in history, sociology, philosophy, political science, and literary studies.


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Abraham Joshua Heschel and the Sources of Wonder
Abraham Joshua Heschel and the Sources of Wonder
By Michael Marmur

Abraham Joshua Heschel and the Sources of Wonder is the first book to demonstrate how Heschel’s political, intellectual, and spiritual commitments were embedded in his reading of Jewish tradition.

Published Apr 2016
Judeans and Jews: Four Faces of Dichotomy in Ancient Jewish History
Judeans and Jews: Four Faces of Dichotomy in Ancient Jewish History
By Daniel R. Schwartz

Presenting the Second Temple era as an age of transition between a territorial past and an exilic and religious future, Judeans and Jews sharpens our understanding of this important era.

Published Dec 2014
Fackenheim's Jewish Philosophy: An Introduction
Fackenheim's Jewish Philosophy: An Introduction
By Michael L. Morgan

Fackenheim’s Jewish Philosophy explores the most important themes of Fackenheim’s philosophical and religious thought and how these remained central, if not always in immutable ways, over his entire career.

Published Sep 2013