Stanley Nash , Rabbi, Ph.D.

Contact Information

Phone: 
(212) 824-2233
Professor Emeritus of Hebrew Literature

HUC-JIR/New York

Academic Field: 
Language and Literature

Dr. Nash is Professor of Hebrew Literature at the New York campus. He has written and lectured widely on Hebrew authors such as Aharon Megged, Shulamit Hareven, Shai Agnon, Moshe Shamir, Ahad Haam, Berdyczewski, Brainin, Hazaz, Amos Oz and A.B. Yehoshua. Most recently he has completed a comprehensive review-essay on Aharon Appelfeld, the well-known author of works inspired by his experiences as a child survivor of the Holocaust.

Public Lecture Topics
The Music of Hebrew Poetry throughout the Ages
Refractions of the Aqeda in Hebrew Literature
Hebrew Literature as Modern Midrash
The Centennial of Zionism through the Prism of Hebrew Literature
Crises of Identity in Israeli Literature