Over the years I have created, published, or otherwise attempted to disseminate various things. Here are a few items that I thought might be of interest.
This is a series of twenty-two, approximately 30 minute lectures that covers Jewish history from 520 BCE to 70 CE.
This is an ongoing online project that seeks to collect and make accessible ancient inscriptions from Israel and Palestine. The project is meant both to aid scholars and to make these inscriptions – which provide a unique window into the lives of ordinary people in the area of several different religious traditions – more accessible to the general public.
A page that lists a number of sites that might be helpful for those engaged in the digital humanities (under constant development).
A five-minute interview in which I explain how I use concept mapping software (CMap) to teach the Talmud at Brown.
An interview with me, in Hebrew, about the development of Jewish identity.
The Vatican Museums does not seem to reflect current Catholic teaching on the relationship between the Church and Judaism.
A somewhat whimsical discussion of how Tolstoy helps us to understand the Talmud. And vice-versa.