David Brusin

David Brusin

Lecturer

Curriculum Vitae: PDF 17kb

Degrees:

D.D. [Doctor of Divinity], Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, Philadelphia
Rabbinical Degree, Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, Philadelphia
M.A., A.B.D., Philosophy, Temple University
B.A., University of Illinois

Courses Taught:

HebrSt 105 & 106: Introduction to Biblical Hebrew - Sample Syllabus (pdf 25kb)
HebrSt 231: Introduction to the Hebrew Bible - Sample Syllabus (pdf 26kb)
HebrSt 238: Searching for the Historical Jesus - Sample Syllabus (pdf 87kb)
HebrSt 331: The Book of Genesis - Sample Syllabus (pdf 38kb)

Teaching Interests:

Biblical Studies, Dead Sea Scrolls, Ethics of Zionism, The Historical Jesus

Research Interests:

Jewish Thought

Other Relevant Activities:

Rabbi of Congregation Shir Hadash in Mequon

Representative Publications or Papers:

Ready to Explode, ZEEK: A Jewish Journal of Thought and Culture, online edition, http://zeek.forward.com/articles/116092/, first posted in December, 2009

Paul Celan: Black Milk of Daybreak, Cross Currents, Spring, 1996, 50-58.

The God of Mordecai Kaplan, Judaism, Spring, 1980, 209-220