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Carl S. Ehrlich

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Department of History
Department of Humanities

Professor
Director, Israel and Golda Koschitzky Centre for Jewish Studies

Office: Kaneff Tower, 758
Phone: 416-736-2100 Ext: 20191
Email: ehrlich@yorku.ca
Primary website: http://yorku.academia.edu/CarlEhrlich


Professor Carl S. Ehrlich areas of interest are synchronic, diachronic, and contextual approaches to the biblical text and Israelite civilization.

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Professor Carl S. Ehrlich (Ph.D. Harvard ’91) is Professor of Hebrew Bible at York University in Toronto. Among his areas of interest are synchronic, diachronic, and contextual approaches to the biblical text and Israelite civilization. His most recent book is the co-edited collection Purity, Holiness, and Identity in Judaism and Christianity: Essays in Memory of Susan Haber (2013). Current projects include a cultural history of Moses and a commentary on Chronicles. Carl S. Ehrlich received his B.A. magna cum laude (1976) in Judaic Studies/Honors from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and his M.A. (1984) and Ph.D. (1991) in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations from Harvard University. He is currently Professor of Hebrew Bible in the Department of Humanities at York University (Toronto) and Director of the Israel and Golda Koschitzky Centre for Jewish Studies. The other institutions at which he has taught, oftentimes as an invited guest professor, include Oberlin College, Vassar College, and the University of California-San Diego in the United States, in addition to the following ones in Europe: the Hochschule für Jüdische Studien (Heidelberg), the Humboldt University (Berlin), the Kirchliche Hochschule Wupppertal/Bethel (Wuppertal), the University of Basel, the University of Kassel, the University of Munich, the University of Regensburg, and the University of Zurich.

Degrees

PhD in Near Eastern Languages and Civlizations, Harvard University
MA in Near Eastern Languages and Civlizations, Harvard University
BA in Judaic Studies/Honors, University of Massachussets at Amherst

Appointments

Faculty of Graduate Studies

Research Interests

Religion , Synchronic, Diachronic, and Contextual Approaches to the Biblical Text and Israelite Civilization,, Hebrew Bible, Ancient Near East, Jewish Studies, Hebrew Bible
Books

Publication
Year

From an Antique Land: An Introduction to Ancient Near Eastern Literature. Ed. Carl S. Ehrlich. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2009.

2009

Book Chapters

Publication
Year

'Hebrew/Israelite Literature.' From an Antique Land: An Introduction to Ancient Near Eastern Literature. Ed. Carl S. Ehrlich. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2009. 313-91.

2009

'Ekron; Gath; Philistines; Siloam; Ziba.' New Interpreters' Dictionary of the Bible. Abingdon Press, 2009.

2009

'Jews and Biblical Theology: A Contradiction in Terms?.' Der Odem des Menschen ist eine Leuchte. Ed. Aharon Agus zum Gedenken and Ronen Reichmann. Heidelberg: Winter Verlag, 2006. 91-99.

2006

Journal Articles

Publication
Year

'Gott näher sein: Die Bedeutung des Heiligen Landes im Judentum.' Welt und Umwelt der Bibel 3.8 (2008): 58-62.

2008

'Philistine Religion: Text and Archaeology.' Scripta Mediterranea 27/28 (2007): 33-52.

2007


Current Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall/Winter 2019 AP/HIST3110 6.0 A Ancient Israel LECT



Professor Carl S. Ehrlich areas of interest are synchronic, diachronic, and contextual approaches to the biblical text and Israelite civilization.

Professor Carl S. Ehrlich (Ph.D. Harvard ’91) is Professor of Hebrew Bible at York University in Toronto. Among his areas of interest are synchronic, diachronic, and contextual approaches to the biblical text and Israelite civilization. His most recent book is the co-edited collection Purity, Holiness, and Identity in Judaism and Christianity: Essays in Memory of Susan Haber (2013). Current projects include a cultural history of Moses and a commentary on Chronicles. Carl S. Ehrlich received his B.A. magna cum laude (1976) in Judaic Studies/Honors from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and his M.A. (1984) and Ph.D. (1991) in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations from Harvard University. He is currently Professor of Hebrew Bible in the Department of Humanities at York University (Toronto) and Director of the Israel and Golda Koschitzky Centre for Jewish Studies. The other institutions at which he has taught, oftentimes as an invited guest professor, include Oberlin College, Vassar College, and the University of California-San Diego in the United States, in addition to the following ones in Europe: the Hochschule für Jüdische Studien (Heidelberg), the Humboldt University (Berlin), the Kirchliche Hochschule Wupppertal/Bethel (Wuppertal), the University of Basel, the University of Kassel, the University of Munich, the University of Regensburg, and the University of Zurich.

Degrees

PhD in Near Eastern Languages and Civlizations, Harvard University
MA in Near Eastern Languages and Civlizations, Harvard University
BA in Judaic Studies/Honors, University of Massachussets at Amherst

Appointments

Faculty of Graduate Studies

Research Interests

Religion , Synchronic, Diachronic, and Contextual Approaches to the Biblical Text and Israelite Civilization,, Hebrew Bible, Ancient Near East, Jewish Studies, Hebrew Bible

All Publications


Book Chapters

Publication
Year

'Hebrew/Israelite Literature.' From an Antique Land: An Introduction to Ancient Near Eastern Literature. Ed. Carl S. Ehrlich. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2009. 313-91.

2009

'Ekron; Gath; Philistines; Siloam; Ziba.' New Interpreters' Dictionary of the Bible. Abingdon Press, 2009.

2009

'Jews and Biblical Theology: A Contradiction in Terms?.' Der Odem des Menschen ist eine Leuchte. Ed. Aharon Agus zum Gedenken and Ronen Reichmann. Heidelberg: Winter Verlag, 2006. 91-99.

2006

Books

Publication
Year

From an Antique Land: An Introduction to Ancient Near Eastern Literature. Ed. Carl S. Ehrlich. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2009.

2009

Journal Articles

Publication
Year

'Gott näher sein: Die Bedeutung des Heiligen Landes im Judentum.' Welt und Umwelt der Bibel 3.8 (2008): 58-62.

2008

'Philistine Religion: Text and Archaeology.' Scripta Mediterranea 27/28 (2007): 33-52.

2007


Current Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall/Winter 2019 AP/HIST3110 6.0 A Ancient Israel LECT