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RESUME

Prof. David Golinkin

12 Leib Yaffe Street, Apt. 5

Jerusalem 93390 Israel

Telephone: Cell: 052-666-5580

Office: 074-7800-680

Office Fax: (02) 679-1453

email: golinkin@schechter.ac.il

June 2014

Education

1988 - Jewish Theological Seminary of America, Ph.D.

1980 - Jewish Theological Seminary of America, Rabbi

1979 - Jewish Theological Seminary of America, M.A., Rabbinics

1979 - Hebrew University, High School Teaching Diploma, History 1978 - Hebrew University, High School Teaching Diploma for the Diaspora, Jewish History 1976 - Hebrew University, B.A., Jewish History with minors in Rabbinic Thought and Jewish Ethical Literature Dissertation Topic Rosh Hashanah Chapter IV of the Babylonian Talmud (Part 2): A Critical Edition and Commentary (in Hebrew) Advisor: Prof. Shamma Friedman, JTS, 1988 Awards and Fellowships 2014 – named by The Jerusalem Post (June 3, 2014) as one of the 50 Most Influential Jews in the World.

2006 - Doctor of Hebrew Letters, Honoris Causa, Jewish Theological Seminary 1993-95 - The Kekst Fellowship, The Seminary of Judaic Studies, Jerusalem 1985-86, 1983-84 - Prof. Saul and Judith Lieberman Fellowship, Jewish Theological Seminary 1984-85 - Lady Davis Fellowship, Hebrew University, Jerusalem 1984-85, 1982-83 - National Foundation for Jewish Culture, Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship 1983-84, 1982-83 - Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture Doctoral Scholarship 1982-83, 1980-81, 1979-80 - Charles S. Revson Fellowship, Jewish Theological Seminary 1980 - Lamport Homiletics Prize, Rabbinical School, Jewish Theological Seminary 1980 - Citron Scholastic Prize, Rabbinical School, Jewish Theological Seminary 1 Areas of Teaching Competence Primary: Mishnah Text, Babylonian Talmud Text, Palestinian Talmud Text, Pirkei Avot, Midrash Rabbah, Critical Approaches to the Study of the Talmud, The Passover Haggadah, Practical Halakhah, Introduction to Codes, Medieval Responsa Literature, Modern Responsa Literature, Contemporary Halakhic Issues, Women in Jewish Law, Jewish Medical Ethics Secondary: Jews and Judaism in the Talmudic Period, Aggadah, Jews and Judaism in the Medieval Period, The Golden Age of Spanish Jewry, Jewish Autobiographies, Medieval Hebrew Literature, Medieval Jewish Ethical Literature, Zionism Throughout the Ages Professional Experience July 2000 ff. – President and Rector, Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies June 2000 ff. – Professor of Halakhah, Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies 2009 ff. – Senior Editor, The Midrash Project, Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies June 1999 ff. - Director, Center for Women in Jewish Law, Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies August 1997- June 2000 - Dean of Rabbinical School, Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies March-June 1997 - Acting Rector, Seminary of Judaic Studies, Jerusalem July 1996-2000 - Associate Professor of Halakhah, Seminary of Judaic Studies, Jerusalem 1996ff. - Director, The Institute of Applied Halakhah, Seminary of Judaic Studies/Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies, Jerusalem Fall 1995 - Visiting Associate Professor of Talmud and Rabbinics, Jewish Theological Seminary, New York 1995 ff. - Scholar-in-Residence at 6-9 synagogues in North America every year 1993-96 - Dean and Senior Lecturer in Talmud and Halakhah, Seminary of Judaic Studies, Jerusalem 1990-93 - Assistant Dean and Senior Lecturer in Talmud and Halakhah, Seminary of Judaic Studies, Jerusalem 1989-90 - Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Near Eastern Studies, University of Toronto 1989-90 - Scholar-in-Residence at nine synagogues in North America 1987-90 - Instructor in Halakhah, The Seminary of Judaic Studies, Jerusalem 1980-90 - Preceptor/Instructor/Assistant Professor in Talmud and Rabbinics, Jewish Theological Seminary of America, New York and Jerusalem 1980-82 - Instructor in Talmud, Martin Tenenbaum Summer Institute, Jewish Theological Seminary of America 2 1979-81 - Teacher at Prozdor Hebrew High School, Jewish Theological Seminary of America 1978-79 - Teacher at Machon Chai (Hebrew High School), Jewish Theological Seminary of America, Jerusalem Campus 1978-79 - Research Assistant in Talmudic Archaeology at the Israel Academy of Science and Humanities, Jerusalem 1972-78 - Counselor and Teacher, Camp Ramah in New England/Ramah Seminar in Israel 1970 ff. - High Holiday Cantor or Rabbi at various synagogues including Beth David, Toronto, 1984 to the present

Professional and Academic Associations

Member of the Board, World Congress of Jewish Studies (August 2009 ff.) Member of Advisory Committee, The David S. Wyman Institute for Holocaust Studies, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (April 2003 ff.) Member of International Advisory Board, Women’s League Outlook, (December 2002Member of Public Commission Regarding Terminally Ill Patients Appointed by the Israeli Minister of Health (May 2000 – January 2002) Member of Executive, Joint Conversion Institute of the Israeli Government and the Jewish Agency (May 1998-October 2003) Member of Editorial Board, Nashim: A Journal of Jewish Women’s Studies and Gender Issues (1998 ff.) Chairman, Va'ad Halakhah of the Rabbinical Assembly of Israel (1989, 1991-2008) Member of Academic Advisory Board, The Seminary of Judaic Studies (1990-1996) Member of Board, The Rabbinical Assembly of Israel (1984-1988) The Rabbinical Assembly The American Academy for Jewish Research Association for Jewish Studies World Congress of Jewish Studies The Jewish Law Association Publications





Books and Monographs:

1) Halakhah for Our Time, Masorti Movement, Jerusalem, 1986, 12 pp. (in Hebrew) 1a) "La Halaja en Nuestros Dias", Maj'shavot: Pensamientos, Vol. XXVII, no. 3, (July-September 1988), pp. 5-15 (a Spanish translation of no. 1)

2) Halakhah for Our Time, Second Revised and Expanded Edition, Masorti Movement, Jerusalem, 1987, 18 pp. (in Hebrew) 3

3) Halakhah for Our Time: A Conservative Approach to Jewish Law, United Synagogue of America, New York, 1991, 49 pp. (Third Edition; a revised translation of no. 2) 3a) "Halakha for Our Time", Yerushalaim, February 1991, pp. 24- 29 (a partial Russian translation of no. 3) 3b) Halakhah for Our Time, The Institute of Applied Halakhah at the Schechter Institute, Jerusalem, 1998, 47 pp. (a Russian translation of no. 3) 3c) "La Halakha comme systeme dynamique" in: Rivon Krygier, ed., La Loi Juive a L'aube du XXIe Siecle, Paris, 1995, pp. 23-64 (a French translation of no.3); second edition, Paris, 1999, pp. 25-66

4) Halakhah for Our Time: The Approach of the Masorti Movement to Halakhah, Fourth Revised and Expanded Edition, The Institute of Applied Halakhah at the Schechter Institute and The Masorti Movement, Jerusalem, 1998, 40 pp. (in Hebrew)

5) Editor and translator of Hebrew edition, A Time to be Born and a Time to Die: The Laws of Mourning in Jewish Tradition, by Rabbi Issac Klein, Masorti Movement, Jerusalem, 1991, 80 pp.

5a) Rabbi Mikhael Kovsun, editor and translator, A Time to be Born and a Time to Die: The Laws of Mourning in Jewish Tradition, a Russian edition of No. 5, The Institute of Applied Halakhah at the Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies, Jerusalem, 2004, 95 pp.

6) Editor, Be'er Tuvia: From the Writings of Rabbi Theodore Friedman, Masorti Movement, Jerusalem, 1991, 425 pp. (in English, Hebrew and Spanish)

Reviews:

Bradley Shavit Artson, Conservative Judaism 45/4 (Summer 1993), pp. 93-94 Chaim Pearl, London Jewish Chronicle, July 29, 1994, p. 19 Gil Nativ, Siah Meisharim 25 (Shevat 5755), pp. 25-26 (Hebrew)

7) An Index of Conservative Responsa and Practical Halakhic Studies: 1917-1990, The Rabbinical Assembly, New York, 1992, 80 pp.

8) Editor, Responsa of the Law Committee of the Rabbinical Assembly of Israel, Vol. 4 (5750-5752), The Masorti Movement, Jerusalem, 1992, 117 + xxxviii pp. (in Hebrew)

9) Editor, An Anthology of Responsa and Halachic Decisions Regarding Marriage, The Masorti Movement, Jerusalem, 1993, 71 pp. (in Hebrew and English) 4

10) Editor, Breaking New Ground: The Struggle for a Jewish Chaplaincy in Canada by Rabbi S. Gershon Levi, National Archives, Canadian Jewish Congress, Montreal, Canada, 1994, xvi, 101 pp.

Reviews:

Judah Nadich, Conservative Judaism 49/3 (Spring 1997), pp. 88-89 Abraham Arnold, Canadian Jewish Studies IV-V (1996-1997), pp. 187-189

11) Editor, Responsa of the Law Committee of the Rabbinical Assembly of Israel, Vol.

5 (5752-5754), The Masorti Movement, Jerusalem, 1994, 190 + lii pp. (in Hebrew)

12) Editor, The Responsa of Professor Louis Ginzberg, The Jewish Theological Seminary, New York and Jerusalem, 1996, 352 pp. in English; 126 pp. in Hebrew

Reviews:

Bradley Shavit Artson, Conservative Judaism 49/3 (Spring 1997), p. 90 Joshua Adler, The Jerusalem Post Magazine, October 1, 1997, p. 23 Joshua Schwartz, The Journal of Jewish Studies 48/2 (Autumn 1997), pp. 413Jack Riemer, Moment, August 1998, p. 95 Zvi Zohar, Tarbitz 68/2 (5759), pp. 303-308 (Hebrew) Avraham Slater, Studies in Contemporary Jewry 15 (1999), pp. 248-251

13) Rediscovering the Art of Jewish Prayer, The United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, New York, 1997, 34 pp.

14) Editor, Proceedings of the Committee on Jewish Law and Standards of the Conservative Movement: 1927-1970, 3 vols., The Rabbinical Assembly and The Institute of Applied Halakhah at the Seminary of Judaic Studies, Jerusalem, 1997, 1565 pp.

Review: Joshua Schwartz, Journal of Jewish Studies, Autumn 1998, p. 414

15) Editor, Responsa of the Law Committee of the Rabbinical Assembly of Israel, Vol.

6 (5755-5758), The Institute of Applied Halakhah at the Schechter Institute and the Masorti Movement, Jerusalem, 1998, 358 pp. in Hebrew; xxxiii pp. in English Review: Joshua Adler, The Jerusalem Post, Friday, November 5, 1999, p. B12

16) Ginzei Rosh Hashanah: Manuscripts of Bavli Rosh Hashanah from the Cairo Genizah - A Facsimile Edition With a Codicological Introduction, The Jewish Theological Seminary of America, New York and Jerusalem, 2000, 269 pp. (in Hebrew)

Reviews:

M. Z. Fuchs, Mada’ei Hayahadut 40 (5760), pp. 211-215 Robert Brody, The Jewish Quarterly Review 92/1-2 (July-October 2001), pp.

182-184 5

17) Responsa in a Moment (a collection of most of the responsa published in Moment), The Institute of Applied Halakhah at the Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies, Jerusalem, 2000, 103 pp.

Reviews:

Joshua Adler, The Jerusalem Post, November 10, 2000, p. B12 Myron S. Geller, Conservative Judaism 55/4 (Summer 2003), pp. 92-93

18) Editor, Jewish Law Watch, No. 1, January 2000, 24 pp. (Hebrew and English)

19) Editor, Jewish Law Watch, No. 2, September 2000, 30 pp. (Hebrew and English)

20) Editor, Jewish Law Watch, No. 3, July 2001, 42 pp. (Hebrew and English)

21) The Status of Women in Jewish Law: Responsa, The Center for Women in Jewish Law at the Schechter Institute, Jerusalem, 2001, 250 pp. in Hebrew; LIV pp. in English

Reviews:

Sally Berkovic, The Jerusalem Post, May 3, 2002, p. B12 Zvi Zohar, Nashim 7 (Spring 2004), pp. 240-246 Ephraim Bezalel Halivni, Bein Ha’ish La’ishah, Jerusalem, 2007, pp.75-91 (Hebrew)

22) Editor, Jewish Law Watch, No. 4, April 2002, 41 pp. (Hebrew and English)

23) Editor, Jewish Law Watch, No. 5, August 2002, 35 pp. (Hebrew and English)

24) Editor, Jewish Law Watch, No. 6, January 2003, 35 pp. (Hebrew and English) 25a) Editor (with Rabbi Philip Scheim), Megillat Hashoah, The Rabbinical Assembly and the Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies, Jerusalem, 2003, 68 pp.; second edition, Jerusalem, 2004, 68 pp. (Hebrew-English edition) 25b) Editor, Megillat Hashoah, The Rabbinical Assembly and the Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies, Jerusalem, 2005, 52 pp.; second edition, Jerusalem, 2014 (Hebrew edition) 25c) Editor (with Rabbi Monique Susskind Goldberg), Megillat Hashoah, The Rabbinical Assembly and the Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies, Jerusalem, 2005, 70 pp. (Hebrew-French edition) 25d) Editor (with Rabbi Diana Villa), Megillat Hashoah, The Rabbinical Assembly and the Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies, Jerusalem, 2005, 70 pp. (HebrewSpanish edition) 6 25e) Editor (with Rabbi Mikhael Kovsan), Megillat Hashoah, The Rabbinical Assembly and the Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies, Jerusalem, 2005, 72 pp.

(Hebrew-Russian edition) 25f) Editor (with Ya’akov Maoz), Shelo Yigamer L’olam including Megillat Hashoah, The Israel Community Center Association and the Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies, Jerusalem, 2007, 46 pp.; second edition, Jerusalem, 2008, 53 pp.; third edition, Jerusalem, 2009, 53 pp. (Hebrew) 25g) Editor (with Marc Michaels), Tikkun for Megillat Hashoah, 2007, 44pp.

26) Jewish Law Watch, No. 7, July 2003, 41 pp. (Hebrew and English)

27) Insight Israel – The View from Schechter: Reflections on Israel, Jewish Law and the Jewish Calendar, The Institute of Applied Halakhah at the Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies, Jerusalem, 2003, 175 pp.

28) Editor, To Learn and to Teach: Study Booklets Regarding Women and Jewish Law, The Center for Women and Jewish Law at the Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies, No. 1, April 2004 (5 parallel booklets in English, Hebrew, French, Spanish and Russian)

29) Editor (with Rabbi Monique Susskind Goldberg), The High Holy Days by Rabbi Hayyim Kieval, The Institute of Applied Halakhah at the Schechter Institute, Jerusalem, 2004, xii + 359 pp. (pp. 229-238, 315-318 were reprinted in The Journal of Synagogue Music, Fall 2008, pp. 140-152)

Reviews:

Avigdor Shinan, The Jerusalem Post, Up Front, September 30, 2005, p.26 Mordechai Ben-dat, The Canadian Jewish News, October 6, 2005 Jeffrey Hoffman, Conservative Judaism, Vol. 58, No. 4 (Summer 2006), pp.110-112

30) Editor, To Learn and to Teach: Study Booklets Regarding Women and Jewish Law, The Center for Women and Jewish Law at the Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies, No. 2, December 2004 (5 parallel booklets in English, Hebrew, French, Spanish and Russian)

31) Editor (with Rabbi Monique Susskind Goldberg), Responsa and Halakhic Studies by Rabbi Issac Klein, second revised and expanded edition, The Institute of Applied Halakhah at the Schechter Institute, Jerusalem, 2005, xxiv + 239 pp.

Review: Jonathan Slater, Conservative Judaism, Vol. 58, No. 4 (Summer 2006), p. 100



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