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Jewish Studies at King's

Jewish Studies at King’s is an interdisciplinary network of students and scholars associated with King’s College London. Our research draws on anthropology, history, linguistics, literary studies, religious studies, sociology and related fields to explore Jewish life in its various Christian, Muslim and secular contexts from antiquity to the present moment.

When we study and teach the Hebrew Bible, Second Temple Judaism, rabbinic literature, medieval Iberia, early modern Ashkenaz and Jewish modernity in global contexts, we almost always encounter an author, a text or an issue more than once. This is of particular interest to us: together, we explore Jewish texts and cultures within their changing historical settings and in their relation to current questions and debates.

We are delighted to meet colleagues, students and members of the wider public interested in our research at our events. And if you consider studying with us, you can contact any of us for more information. 


Contact us

Jewish Studies at King’s
c/o Department of Theology & Religious Studies
King’s College London
22 Kingsway
London WC2B 6LE

Find out about events, studying at King's, PhD studies or Research areas by emailing one of the team.