Naftali Cohn studies the texts and culture of Jews in Classical to Late Antiquity, focusing especially on the group known as the rabbis, who produced texts that became canonical and foundational for subsequent Jewish literature and practice. His research centers on the late-second or early-third century law collection known as the Mishnah, which he reads using the critical lenses of ritual theory, narratology, memory/historiography, feminist theory, and poststructuralist critical theory in general.
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Saturday, March 29, 2014 - 9:00am
San Francisco Theological Seminary
Alexander Hall, 40 Kensington Rd., San Anselmo, CA 94960
Six religion scholars will explore the different ways in which people come to know God. Each scholar will present their research and then answer questions from the audience. A roundtable discussion will follow the individual presentations.