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Shalom Carmy

Shalom
Carmy

Assistant Professor of Jewish Philosophy and Bible

BS, Yeshiva University,
MS, Yeshiva University,
Rabbinic Ordination, Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary,

Rabbi Shalom Carmy is the editor of Tradition, the theological journal of the Rabbinical Council of America; an affiliated scholar at Cardozo Law School; and a member of the Erasmus and Dulles Forums.

Rabbi Carmy is an expert on biblical theology and interpretation; modern Jewish thought (with an emphasis on Rabbis Soloveitchik and Kook); religious Zionism; liberal arts and religion; the interface of traditional Talmud study, modern scholarship, and theology; and the life of the thinking religious individual. A partial bibliography of his publications before 2013 is included in Rav Shalom Banayikh, ed. Angel & Blau. Each issue of Tradition since 2006 contains a personal essay.

Rabbi Carmy has twice been Professor of the Year at Yeshiva College and received the Baumol Teaching Award.

Rabbi Carmy publishes regularly in Tradition, Torah uMadda Journal, First Things, and others.

Find Shalom Carmy’s publications on YAIR: Yeshiva Academic Institutional Repository

carmy@yu.edu
212-960-5400 x386

Wilf campus - Furst Hall
Room#Gottesman Library

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Fall 2018
Bible:Text, Context, Tradition
BIB 1000

 

Early Modern Intellectual JHI
JHI 1410

 

Philo of Rabbi Soloveitchik
JPH 3430

 

Spring 2018
Ethics and Character
CUOT 1012H

 

Ethics and Character
PHI 1612H

 

Job
BIB 2740

 

Repentance
JHI 2400

 

Repentance
JPH 2400

 

Fall 2017
Bible:Text, Context, Tradition
BIB 1000

 

Modern Intellectual JHI
JHI 1415

 

Topics in Zionism
JHI 3445

 

Topics in Zionism
JPH 3445

 

Summer 2017
Bible:Text, Context, Tradition
BIB 1000

 

Spring 2017
Belief Religious Commitment
CUOT 1027

 

History of Jewish Ethics
JHI 1650H

 

History of Jewish Ethics
JPH 1650H

 

Selected Topics
PHI 4930

 

Seven of the Tre Asar
BIB 2580