Rabbi Dr. Sarit Kattan Gribetz
Advanced Kollel: Executive Ordination, Class of 2023
Sarit Kattan Gribetz is an associate professor in the Theology Department at Fordham University. Her areas of research and teaching include rabbinic literature, the history of Jews in the Roman Empire, conceptions of time and time-keeping, and gender and sexuality. Her first book, Time and Difference in Rabbinic Judaism (Princeton University Press, 2020) examines how rabbinic texts use time to define Jewish identity. She is now writing her second book, Jerusalem: A Feminist History. Sarit received her B.A. and Ph.D. from the Religion Department at Princeton University, studied Talmud and Archaeology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem as a Fulbright Fellow, and served as a research fellow at the Israel Institute for Advanced Study.
publications and media
Shamash: Oil and Blood
Sabbath, Rest, and Freedom
How Do We Teach and How Do We Learn?: Three Pedagogical Models
How Did the Pesach Seder Become a Family Affair?
Dvar Torah; Multimedia
Holiday; Audio Divrei Torah