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Michael Fishbane

Date of Birth 18-February-1943
Place of Birth Cambridge
(United States of America, Massachusetts, Middlesex County, Area code 617, Area code 857)
Nationality United States of America
Also know as Michael A. Fishbane
Michael A. Fishbane is a scholar of Judaism and rabbinic literature. Formerly at Brandeis University, he is currently the Nathan Cummings Professor of Jewish Studies at the Divinity School, University of Chicago. Fishbane is well known as a Hebrew Bible scholar, especially for his work Biblical Interpretation in Ancient Israel and his work on the JPS Tanakh. He has also written on the subjects of Midrash, mysticism, myth and Jewish theology. He has received the Lifetime Achievement in Textual Studies award from the National Foundation For Jewish Culture.

Awards by Michael Fishbane

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National Jewish Book Award for Modern Jewish Thought & Experience
Honored for : The Kiss of God: Spiritual and Mystical Death in Judaism


National Jewish Book Award for Scholarship
Honored for : Biblical Interpretation in Ancient Israel