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Jacob Neusner, one of the foremost scholars on Judaic studies, attempts to lay the foundation and complete the structure for a new understanding of the cultural and social history of Judaism, from its beginnings to modern Judaism around the world, with a particular focus on Jews in Israel and America. In these works, Neusner paints a sociological portrait of Judaism by comparing not only ancient and modern Judaism but Judaism with other religions. Using primary source references and gathering research from notable scholars in Jewish Studies, Neusner provides an in-depth look into Jewish culture and sociology.
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Jacob Neusner is research professor of theology and senior fellow of the Institute of Advanced Theology at Bard College.