Dr. Gabriel H. Cohn

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Curriculum Vitae

Born: Basel, Switzerlan (1932)
m.  to Nechama (nee Kahane), Three children
1951-1953:    Lifshitz Teacher's College (Teaching Diploma)
1953-1954:    '
Merkaz Harav' College for Talmudic Studies
1954-1957:    Hebrew University of Jerusalem, History and Talmud (B.A.)
Columbia University New York, History (M.A.)
Amsterdam University, Holland, Faculty of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

Teaching Experience
1960-1961:   Graduate Assistant NYU, New York
1961-1992:   Lecturer and since 1970 Dean of Gold College for Women, Jerusalem
1969-2004:   Lecturer Bar-Ilan University, Bible Department
Special Activities
1957-1970:   Cultural Advisor to the World Union of Jewish Students
 1957-1987:   Editor 'De'ot' – a Religious-Academic Periodical
 1973-1987:   Executive Member of the Kotlar Institute for Judaism and
                      Contemporary Thought 




Das Buch Jon aim Lichte der Biblischen Erzahlkunst, Studia Semitica Neerlaudica,
XXXI, Assen 1969
Studies in the Book of Esther (Hebrew), Jerusalem 1967, 1982
Studies in the Book of Ruth (Hebrew), Jerusalem 1970, 1982
Studies in the Book of Ecclesiastes (Hebrew), Jerusalem 1972
Studies in the Book of Lamentations (Hebrew), Jerusalem 1975
Studies in the Song of Songs (Hebrew), Jerusalem 1980
Prayer in JudaismContinuity and Change, Jerusalem 1978 (Hebrew)
New Jersey 1996 (English)
Pirke Nechama" a memorial book on the exegetical work of Prof. Nechama
                       Leibovitz, Jerusalem 2001 (Hebrew)
Studies in the Five Megillot, Jerusalem 2006 (Hebrew)
Nechama LeibovitzStudien zu den   Woehentlichen furToraVorlesungen                                                    Jerusalem 2006
Contributor to the Hebrew Encyclopaedia and the Encyclopedia Judaica.
Numuerous article on Bible and Midrash Studies in various professional periodicals