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Dr Tali Artman-Partock

Teaching Associate, Faculty of Divinity


Dr Artman Partock came to Cambridge as an Israel institute post-doctoral fellow, after completing a Ph.D. in Rabbinic literature at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. She holds an MA in Hebrew literature and a BA in Hebrew Literature and psychology (both from the Hebrew University). She held research fellowships at the Simon Dobnow institute,  University of Leipzig, the Open University and the Hebrew University, and taught at the Hebrew University, Middlebury College, Leo Baeck Institute and more

Subject groups/Research projects

Hebrew & Semitic Studies:

Research Interests

Rabbinic literature, Early Christianity, critical theory, folklore, modern Hebrew literature

Artman-Partock's research focuses on Jewish and Christian constructions of gender and sexuality in the Late Antiquity, the interaction between Rabbinic literature and Graeco-Roman rhetoric and Philosophy, and connections between Modern Hebrew literature and ancient Jewish texts. 

Other Professional Activities

Artman Partock is the convener and editor of the Faculty's Israel Studies Lecture Series.