Teaches (T) and/or researches (R) in:
1. Bible and Related Literature: R
1: Hebrew Bible: R
2. History of the Jewish People: R
11: Late Antiquity: R
12: Medieval: R
14: Modern: R
15: Regional and National (i.e. in North Africa, Greece, Eastern Europe, Germany, Middle East, Spain, India, South America, United States, etc): R
16: Local (e.g. the Jews of Canterbury, the Jews of Kovno, etc): R
21: Biographical Studies: R
3. Religion and Religious Movements: R
23: Rabbinic Judaism: R
27: Hasidism: R
5. Rabbinic Literature: R
38: Early (including Talmud, Mishnah, Midrash): R
6. Literature (other than Biblical and Rabbinic): R
43: Medieval (including scientific, poetry, Genizah studies): R
9. Contemporary Studies: R
75: Jewish Education: R
10. Jewish Studies and Resources: R
81: Codicology: R
Feldenkrais Method: Teach and Research
2021-2022: Independent research on the hasidic roots of Dr. Moshé Feldenkrais (inventor of the Feldenkrais Method of neuromuscular education).
2020-2021: Postdoctoral research on Bible MSS (especially Psalms) from the Cairo Genizah (University of Göttingen).
2017-2019: Assistance in the preparation of the first philological dictionary of Qumran Hebrew / HAWTTM (Academy of Letters and Sciences, Göttingen).
2010-2017: Postdoctoral research, mostly on Rabbinic Education in its Late Antique context, and on Affects and Emotions in Classical Rabbinic Literature (University of Göttingen).
2009-2010: One-Year-Jewish Studies Program (Paideia, Stockholm).
2004-2009: Ph.D. in Oriental Studies, specialization in Jewish Studies / Rabbinic Literature and Mishnah (Universities of Venice, Granada, Vienna).
1997-2003: BA+MA (equivalent) in Oriental Languages and Civilizations, curriculum in Hebrew and Jewish Studies, Middle Eastern Studies, Indology (Ca\' Foscari University, Venice).