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Steven Fine

‫שמעון פיין‬

Curriculum Vitae

January, 2014

Website: http://yeshiva.academia.edu/StevenFine/About


Doctor of Philosophy, Department of Jewish History, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1987-

94. Advisors: Lee I. Levine, Lawrence H. Schiffman. Dissertation: Synagogue and

Sanctity: The Late Antique Palestinian Synagogue as a “Holy Place.”

Doctoral Student, Jewish History, University of California, Los Angeles, 1986-87. Advisor:

Amos Funkenstein. Medieval Biblical Exegesis, New Testament, Second Temple Period Literature (at the Claremont Graduate School).

Visiting Graduate Student, Yeshiva University of Los Angeles, 1985-87. Rabbinic Literature and Medieval Exegesis.

Master of Arts Degree, Department of Art History, University of Southern California, Los 1 Angeles, 1980-84. Concentrations: Museum Studies, Jewish Art. Advisors: Stephen S.

Kayser, Selma Holo. Thesis: “On Two Illustrated Passover Haggadot: Matzah-Baking in Late Medieval Southern Germany.” Pardes Institute for Jewish Studies, Jerusalem, 1979-80, Rabbinic Literature and Medieval Exegesis; 1987-91, advanced study in Rabbinic literature.

Bachelor of Arts Degree, Religious Studies, Jewish Studies Emphasis, University of California, Santa Barbara, l976-79, including 1977-78 at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Advisor: Richard Hecht. Thesis: “The Iconography of Sephardi Torah Curtains of the Ottoman Empire.” Awards and Fellowships Samaritan Medal for Peace and Human Achievement, 2013.

Jordan Schnitzer Book Award of the Association for Jewish Studies, 2009, for Art and Judaism in

the Greco-Roman World: Toward a New “Jewish Archaeology” (Cambridge and New York:

Cambridge University Press, 2005. Second edition, 2009).

Schneier Center Research Grant, Yeshiva University, 2007.

University Research Council Faculty Research Support for Between Tiberias and Gerizim: Studies in Jewish-Samaritan Relations During Late Antiquity, Phase 2, University of Cincinnati, 2005.

Competitive Faculty Research Fellowship for Between Tiberias and Gerizim: Studies in Jewish- Samaritan Relations During Late Antiquity, Phase 1, Charles Phelps Taft Memorial Fund, University of Cincinnati, 2004.

Subvention for the Publication of Art and Judaism in the Greco-Roman World, Charles Phelps Taft Memorial Fund, University of Cincinnati, 2004.

Domestic Travel Grant, Charles Phelps Taft Memorial Fund, University of Cincinnati, 2002, 2004.

Research Grant, Society of Biblical Literature, in support of Art and Judaism During the Greco- Roman Period, 2000.

Visiting Scholar, Institute for Advanced Study, Shalom Hartman Institute, Jerusalem, 2000/2001.

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Corresponding Fellow, Ingeborg Rennert Center for Jerusalem Studies, Bar-Ilan University, Israel, 1999-present.

Baltimore Hebrew University Faculty Summer Research Grant, 1998.

Philip Johnson Award for Excellence in Published Exhibition Catalogues of the Society of Architectural Historians 1997, for Sacred Realm: The Emergence of the Synagogue in the Ancient World, (New York, 1996).

Finkelstein Fellow, University of Judaism, Los Angeles, 1991-93.

National Foundation for Jewish Culture Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship, 1991-92.

Interuniversity Fellowship in Jewish Studies, 1987-90.

Lady Davis Fellow, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1988-89.

Research Fellow, W. F. Albright Institute of Archaeological Research, 1988-89.

Bertha B. And Harry Sklar Fellowship, University of California, Los Angeles, 1987-88.

University of Southern California Museum Studies Fellowship, 1980-84.

University of California President’s Undergraduate Fellow, 1978.

Grant Funding Exhibition: Sacred Realm: The Emergence of the Synagogue in the Ancient World, editor and author of the major essay. New York 1996, $400,000.

Academic Appointments Professor of Jewish History, Yeshiva University, 2006-present.

Visiting Professor of Jewish Studies, Yeshiva University, 2005-2006.

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Jewish Foundation Associate Professor of Judaic Studies, Department of Judaic Studies, University of Cincinnati, 2001-2003.

Adjunct Associate Professor of Judaic Studies, University of Cincinnati, July, 2000-August, 2001.

Visiting Professor, Rothberg International School, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, M.A.

Program in Jewish Studies, Fall, 2000.

Associate Professor of Rabbinic Literature and History, Baltimore Hebrew University, 1997July, 2001.

Assistant Professor of Rabbinic Literature and History, Baltimore Hebrew University, 1994-98.

Visiting Scholar, Pardes Institute for Jewish Studies, Jerusalem, Summer, 1998.

Adjunct Associate Professor, Ancient Studies Program, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, 1998-2000.

Adjunct Associate Professor, Judaic Studies Program, Goucher College, 1997-2000.

Instructor, Departments of Rabbinic Literature and Art, University of Judaism, Los Angeles, 1992-94.

Instructor, One Year Program, Rothberg School of Overseas Students of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1989-91.

Publications Monographs This Holy Place: On the Sanctity of the Synagogue During the Greco-Roman Period, Christianity and Judaism in Antiquity Series, Notre Dame, Ind.: University of Notre Dame Press, 1997.

Art and Judaism in the Greco-Roman World: Toward a New “Jewish Archaeology,” Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2005. Revised edition with new introduction, 2010, winner of the Jordan Schnitzer Book Award by the Association for Jewish Studies, 2009.

Art, History and the Historiography of Judaism in Roman Antiquity (Boston: E. J. Brill, 2013).

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Edited Volumes Sacred Realm: The Emergence of the Synagogue in the Ancient World, editor and author of the major essay. New York: Oxford University Press and Yeshiva University Museum, 1996, best book in its category, Society of Architectural Historians.

Jews, Christians and Polytheists in the Ancient Synagogue: Cultural Interaction During the GrecoRoman Period, Proceedings of a conference organized by Baltimore Hebrew University, May, 1997, edited by S. Fine, London: Routledge Press, 1999. Finalist, 1999 National Jewish Book Award, Charles H. Revson Foundation Award in Jewish-Christian Relations.

A Crown for a King: Studies in Memory of Prof. Stephen S. Kayser, edited by S. Fine, W. Kramer, S.

Sabar, Berkeley: Magnes Museum Press and Jerusalem: Gefen, 2000.

Liturgy in the Life of the Synagogue: Studies in the History of Jewish Public Prayer, edited by Steven Fine and Ruth Langer. Duke Judaic Studies Series. Series editor, E. M. Meyers. Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 2005.

The Temple of Jerusalem: From Moses to the Messiah: Studies in Honor of Professor Louis H. Feldman, E. J. Brill, 2011.

Puzzling Out the Past: Studies in Near Eastern Epigraphy and Archaeology in Honor of Bruce Zuckerman. Eds. M. Lundberg, S. Fine, D. Pardee, E.J. Brill, 2012.

Shoshannat Yaakov: Studies in Honor of Professor Yaakov Elman, eds. Shai Secunda and Steven Fine, E. J. Brill, 2012.

Cambridge History of World Religious Architecture, ed. R. Etlin, volume editor, Jewish Architecture, submission: Dec, 2012.

Talmuda de-Eretz Israel: Archaeology and the Rabbis in Late Antique Palestine, with Aaron Koller, Berlin: De Gruyters, forthcoming submission: Spring, 2013.

Samaritan Folk Tales from the Israel Folklore Archive by Dov Noy, translated under the direction of Steven Fine, ed. S. Fine, forthcoming.

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Section Editor, The Jews Under Greece, Rome and Persia; Jewish Art and Visual Culture, Center for Online Judaic Studies, COJS.org, 2004-2008.

Founding Editor, AJS Perspectives: The Newsletter of the Association for Jewish Studies, four year term, 1999-2003.

Published Lecture Art and Identity in Latter Second Temple Period Judaea: The Hasmonean Royal Tombs at Modi‘in, The

Twenty-fourth Annual Rabbi Louis Feinberg Memorial Lecture in Judaic Studies. Cincinnati:

University of Cincinnati, Department of Judaic Studies, 2002.

Mounted at http://www.cojs.info/stevenfine/files/feinberg-fine.pdf Academic Articles 1. “The Menorah as a Symbol of Jewish Minority Status,” with B. Zuckerman, Fusion in the Hellenistic East, Los Angeles: U. S. C. Fisher Gallery, 1985, 24-30.

2. “In Memorium: Stephen S. Kayser, 1900-1988,” Jewish Art, 15 (1989), 120-121.

3. “On the Development of a Visual Symbol: The Date Palm in Roman Palestine and the Jews,” Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha, 4 (1989), 105-118.

4. “The Talmudic Village of Qatzrin,” with A. Killebrew, Biblical Archaeology Review, (April, 1991), 44-56. http://www.cojs.org/stevenfine/Qatzrin.swf 5. “Un village juif a l’epoque byzantine,” with A. Killebrew, Le Monde de la Bible, (Fall, 1992).

6. “The Synagogue of Ostia Antica and its Torah Shrine,” with M. Della Pergola, The Jews of Ancient Rome, exhibition catalog, Jerusalem: Bible Lands Museum, 1994, 42-57, in Hebrew and English.

7. “From Meeting House to Sacred Realm: Holiness and the Ancient Synagogue,” Sacred Realm: The Emergence of the Synagogue in the Ancient World, New York: Oxford University Press and Yeshiva University Museum, 1996, 21-47.

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9. “New Light on Judaism in Asia Minor During Late Antiquity: Two Recently Identified Inscribed Menorahs,” with L. V. Rutgers, Jewish Studies Review, 3 (1996), 1-23.

10. “A ‘New’ Menorah from Turkey: New Light on Jews in Asia Minor During the RomanByzantine Period,” with L. V. Rutgers, Qadmoniot, 31, no. 2 (1998), 123-125, (Hebrew).

Abridgment of the previous entry with new material.

11. “‘The Torah that Moses Commanded Us’: Scripture and Authority in Rabbinic Judaism,” Review & Expositor, 95, no. 4 (1998): 523-532.

12. “Non-Jews in the Synagogues of Palestine: Rabbinic and Archaeological Perspectives,” Jews, Christians and Polytheists in the Ancient Synagogue: Cultural Interaction During the Greco-Roman Period, ed. S. Fine, London: Routledge, (1999), 224-241.

13. “‘Chancel’ Screens In Late Antique Palestinian Synagogues: A Source from the Cairo Genizah,” Religious and Ethnic Communities in Later Roman Palestine, ed. H. Lapin, College Park, Md., 1999, 67-85.

14. “Art and the Liturgical Context of the Sepphoris Synagogue Mosaic,” Galilee: Confluence of Cultures: Proceedings of the Second International Conference on the Galilee, ed. E. M.

Meyers, Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 1999, 227-237.

15. “A Note on Ossuary Burial and the Resurrection of the Dead in First Century Jerusalem,” Journal of Jewish Studies, 51 (2000), 69-76, rev. Art, History and the Historiography of Judaism in Roman Antiquity.

16. “Why Bone Boxes?” in Biblical Archaeology Review,.4 (2001), 39-44, 57, http://cojs.org/stevenfine/files/Why_Bone_Boxes.pdf 17. “The Halakhic Motif in Jewish Iconography: Matzah-Baking in Late Medieval Southern

Germany,” A Crown for a King: Studies in Memory of Prof. Stephen S. Kayser, Berkeley:

Magnes Museum and Jerusalem: Gefen, 2000, 105-122.

18. “Iconoclasm and the Art of Late Antique Palestinian Synagogues,” From Dura to Sepphoris: Studies in Jewish Art and Society in Late Antiquity, ed. L. Levine and Z. Weiss, Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplementary Series, (1999), 182-193.

19. “Iconoclasm: Who Defaced this Jewish Art?’” Bible Review, 16, no. 5 (2000), 32-43, 55, a popular version of the previous entry.

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21. “The Daughter of Pharoah at Dura Europos,” Nashim: A Journal of Jewish Women’s Studies & Gender Issues, 4 (2001), 5-6.

22. “Jewish Archaeology”: Between Erusin and Qiddushin,” AJS Perspectives (Fall, 2002), 9Synagogues in the Land of Israel,” Near Eastern Archaeology: A Reader. Ed. S. Richard, Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 2003, 455-464.

24. “Relations Between Egypt and Palestine During the Greco-Roman Period: The Evidence of the Synagogue,” Center and Diaspora: The Land of Israel and the Diaspora in the Second Temple, Mishna and Talmud Periods. Jerusalem: The Zalman Shazar Center for Jewish History, 2004, 93-106, in Hebrew.

25. “’Peace Upon Israel’: Synagogues in Spain During Late Antiquity,” in Los judíos españoles según las fuentes hebreas: Museu de Belles Arts de València, del 11 de abril al 9 de junio de 2002. Valencia, Spain: Consorci de Museus de la Comunitat Valenciana, Generalitat Valenciana, Subsecretaria de Promocío Cultural, Museu de Belles Arts de Valencia, 2002. Spanish and Catalan: 6-19, English: 146-150.

26. “Parshanut Leturgit le-Mimtsa’ei Batei Knesset Atiqim be-Eretz Yisrael,” (A Liturgical Interpretation of Synagogue Remains in Late Antique Palestine), in Continuity and

Renewal: Jews and Judaism in Byzantine-Christian Palestine, ed. L. I. Levine, Jerusalem:

Dinur Center and Ben Zvi Institute, 2004, 402-429.

27. “A Cosmopolitan 'Student of the Sages,': Jacob of Kefar Nevoraia in Rabbinic Literature,” Maven in Blue Jeans: A Festschrift in Honor of Zev Garber, ed. S. L. Jacobs, West Lafayette, Ind.: Purdue University Press, 2009, 35-43.

28. “Spirituality in the Art of the Ancient Synagogue,” in Divine Law and Human Spirituality, The Orthodox Forum, eds. L. H. Schiffman, A. Mintz, Hobocken: Ktav, 2005, 191-216.

29. “Liturgy and the Art of the Dura Europos Synagogue,” in S. Fine and R. Langer, eds.

Liturgy in the Life of the Synagogue, Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 2005.

30. “’When I went to Rome, there I Saw the Menorah...’: The Jerusalem Temple Implements between 70 C.E. and the Fall of Rome,” in The Archaeology of Difference: Gender, Ethnicity, Class and the “Other” in Antiquity Studies in Honor of Eric M. Meyers, eds. D. R. Edwards and C. T. McCollough (Boston: American Schools Of Oriental Research, 2007),1: 169-80,

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31. “The Temple Menorah :--Where is It?” Biblical Archaeology Review, 31, no. 4 (2005), 18-25, 62-63, tr. Auflau: Das Judische Montsmagazin May, 2010.

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