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Stefan Reif

Stefan Reif is professor emeritus at the University of Cambridge.[1][2] He was born in Edinburgh on 21 January 1944.

He has a PhD from University College London and a Doctor of Literature from Cambridge. He held the following positions at Cambridge:

He was president of the Jewish Historical Society of England in 1991-1992, of the British Association for Jewish Studies in 1992 and of the Cambridge Theological Society in 2002-2004.[3]

He was previously lecturer in Hebrew and Semitics at the University of Glasgow, 1968-1972 then assistant professor of Hebrew at Dropsie College, 1972-1973.[3]

He has written a pamphlet on prayer called "Mitsur Devash Asbi'echa"

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References

  1. ^ Glickman, Rabbi Mark (2010-10-27). Sacred Treasure, the Cairo Genizah: The Amazing Discoveries of Forgotten Jewish History in an Egyptian Synagogue Attic. Jewish Lights Publishing. pp. 169–173.  
  2. ^ Bivens, Matt (5 August 1993). "Medieval Jewish manuscripts stolen from Russian collection".  
  3. ^ a b c d e f "Curriculum Vitae". Stefan Reif Curriculum Vitae. Cambridge University Library. Retrieved 29 May 2014. 
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