Hannah Tzuberi

Hannah Tzuberi

Institut für Judaistik

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin

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Fabeckstraße 23-25
Raum 0.1105
14195 Berlin

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Mittwoch: 14 - 15 Uhr

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Hannah Tzuberi ist seit April 2013 wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin am Institut für Judaistik (Lehrstuhl Professor Tal Ilan). Sie studierte Judaistik und Islamwissenschaft an der Freien Universität, und arbeitete von 2005 bis 2012 im DFG-Projekt "Erstellung eines wissenschaftlichen feministischen Kommentars zu der Ordnung Mo’ed („Festzeiten“) des Babylonischen Talmuds". Von 2009-2012 war sie Stipendiatin der Dahlem Research School im Graduiertenprogramm History and Cultural Studies, und promovierte im November 2013 bei Tal Ilan mit einer Dissertation, in deren Zentrum die rabbinische Auseinandersetzung mit den Grenzen der Halakha steht ("Saving Life and Law. Mishna Sanhedrin 8:7 and Its Babylonian Interlocutors").




Curriculum Vitae: Hannah C. Tzuberi

  

Education                                                                                                                           

2013               PhD in Jewish Studies (supervisors: Tal Ilan and Charlotte E. Fonrobert, Freie Universität Berlin and Stanford University)

2009 - 2012    PhD Grant by the Dahlem Research School (Freie Universität Berlin), graduate program Historyand Cultural Studies

2001 - 2007    Jewish Studies and Islamic Studies, Freie Universität Berlin

 

 

Employments                                                                                                                     

Since 2016      Lecturer at Center for Islamic Theology Osnabrück (for the teaching-unit “Minorities in the Secular State”)

2013 - 2017     Research assistant at Institute of Jewish Studies, Freie Universität Berlin

2007 - 2009    Research assistant at project “A Feminist Commentary on the Babylonian Talmud” directed by Tal Ilan, Freie Universität Berlin

2005 - 2007    Student assistant in above mentioned research project

2001 - 2003    Student assistant at Jewish Museum Berlin, Judaica department

 

 

Organized conference                                                                                                       

“Jewish Friends. Contemporary Figures of the Jew” (16.-18.10.2017), supported by the German Research Foundation (DFG) and the Dahlem Humanities Center

 

 

Lectures (since 2012)          

2018

Talk: ‘The Sun Does not Shite, it Radiates’. About Tel Aviv in Philosemitic Imagery and Germany’s Redemption (34th Annual Meeting of the Association for Israel Studies, Berkeley 25.-27.07.2018)


2017

Talk: Filling a Void. The Making of Jews in Contemporary Germany (Conference “Jewish Friends. Contemporary Figures of the Jew,” Freie Universität Berlin, 16.-18.10.2017)

Talk: Impure Skin. Tractate Nega’im and the Legibility of Skin (World Congress of Jewish Studies, Jerusalem, 5.-9.8.2017)

Talk: Female Freedom and Male Religion (Series “Speaking Feminisms” at Savvy Contemporary Berlin, lecture and workshop organized by Nomen Collective: “Unfree: Racialized Bodies in the European Neocolony,” 2.5.2017)

Talk: Religious Minorities and the Making of ‘New Germany’ (Center for the Research of anti-Semitism, Technische Universität Berlin, Lecture-series “Religious Diversity and the Secular State,” 8.2.2017)

 

2016

Talk: On Jewish Studies and Judaism in Berlin (Oxford Summer Institute on Contemporary and Modern Judaism 2016: Academic Jewish Studies and Judaism: Reciprocal Influences, 27.6.-4.7.2016)

Panel: “Exile and Migration,” organized by Dani Isseler and Ofri Ilany at the Center for Jewish Studies Berlin-Brandenburg, 14.03.2016

 

2012-2015

Panel: “Introduction to a study on the circumcision debate and discussion,” organized by the Jewish Museum Berlin, 4.12.2014

Talk: The Difficult Birth in Mishnaic Law: Regulation, Failure and Empathy (Conference “Female Bodies and Female Practitioners in the Medical Traditions of the Late Antique Mediterranean World”, Humboldt Universität Berlin, 28.10.2014)

Talk: Halakhic Differences between the Babylonian and the Palestinian Talmud. A Case- Study from Tractate Sanhedrin 74a-b (Conference of Junior Scholars of Jewish Studies, Bamberg, 19.-21.2.2012)

 

Summer Schools

Oxford Summer Institute on Contemporary and Modern Judaism 2016: Academic Jewish Studies and Judaism: Reciprocal Influences, 27.6.-4.7.2016

Summer-Collaborative “Feminism and Commentary,” Herbert D. Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies, University of Philadelphia, 29.6.-24.7.2015

Summer School “Feminism and Rabbinic Literature” at Stanford University, Department of Religious Studies, 1.-14.5.2014

 

Panel discussions and talks (non-academic frameworks)

Talk: “‘Weeds in the Gardens of Modernity’: Transforming Jews into Citizens,” Netzwerk Muslimische Zivilgesellschaft [Network Muslim Civil Society], Vienna, 22.3.2018

Talk “What is Neutral about the ‘Law of Neutrality’? ” at the Annual Meeting of the Union of Pedagogy and Science in Berlin [Gewerkschaft Erziehung und Wissenschaft], 28.11.2017

Panel discussion “God Beyond Borders,” ID Festival 2016, curated by Elad Lapidot, Radialsystem Berlin, 23.10.2016

Talk: “A White Plain with Black Spots. About Jews, Muslims, Europe and ‘Civilization’,” Migration Conference of IG Metall, 8.6.2016

Talk: “‘The Sun Does not Shite, it Radiates’. About Tel Aviv, Philosemitism and Germany’s Redemption,” part of the “Philosophical Cabaret” organized by Elad Lapidot and Ofri Ilany at ID-Festival, Radialsystem Berlin, 18.10.2015

Panel: “Circumcision-debates! Headscarf-debates! Perspectives on the Relation between the State and Religions,” part of the festival “Dare the Im_possible. Turning the 21st Century into a Feminist One” at Gunda-Werner-Institute for Feminism and Gender Democracy, Heinrich-Böll-Foundation Berlin, 18.10.2015

Panel: “Discrimination on Religious Grounds,” organized by the Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation, Kleine Synagoge Erfurt, 8.12.2015

Panel: “The Philosemite Problem,” organized by Ofri Ilany and Gal Katz at Sprechsaal Berlin, 25.10.2014                                                                                                                                                                                                     

 

 

“ ‘The sun does not shine, it radiates’. On National(ist) Mergings in German Philosemitic Imagery of Tel Aviv,” in: Gideon Reuveni (ed.), The Future of the German Jewish Past [accepted for publication and forthcoming in Purdue University Press 2019]

“Classroom Encounters,” in: Geoffrey Herman, Saskia Dönitz and Meron Piotrkowsky (eds.), Sources and Interpretation in Ancient Judaism. Studies for Tal Ilan at Sixty, AJEC series, Leiden: Brill 2018, pp. 348-352

with Sultan Doughan: „Säkularismus als Praxis und Herrschaft: Juden und Muslime im Kontext säkularer Wissensproduktion”, in: Schirin Amir-Moazami (ed.), Der inspizierte Muslim. Zur Politisierung der Islamforschung in Europa, Bielefeld: transcript 2018, pp. 269-308 [Secularism as Practice and Government: Jews and Muslims in Secular Knowledge Production]

“Plausible Conversions,” Protocols 3 (ed. by Ben Ratskoff), 2018

“In Search for the Non-Colonial Jew” (Hebrew), Mikan ve’Eylach 2 (ed. by Tal Hever-Chybowski), Medem: Paris-Berlin 2017, pp. 61-68

“Three Men Walk into a Mikveh,” Nashim: A Journal of Jewish Women's Studies & Gender Issues (30), 2016, pp. 98-106

“A House inside a House. Mishnah Ohalot 7:4,” Nashim: A Journal of Jewish Women's Studies & Gender Issues (28), 2015, pp. 134-146

“A Rescue from Transgression through Death, or a Rescue from Death through Transgression,” Between Babylonia and Palestine, R. Nikolsky, T. Ilan (eds.), Leiden: Brill 2014, pp. 133-146

“And a Woman is a High Priest. From the Temple to the Kitchen, from the Laws of Kashrut to the Laws of Ritual Im/Purity,” Conference Volume “A Woman in the Temple? Women in Tractate Qodashim,” T. Ilan (ed.), Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck 2012, pp. 167-176

„Der Fetus ist ein Glied seiner Mutter (ubar yerekh imo): Eine rabbinische Interpretation von Exodus 21:22-24”, Lectio difficilior 2, 2008

Das israelische Gesetz über Sterbehilfe und über Betreuung am Lebensende aus dem Jahr 2005. Übersetzung aus dem Hebräischen und Einleitung. Frankfurter Studien zur Geschichte und Ethik der Medizin 4, Wetzlar 2010, 65 S. [The Israeli Law about assisted dying and palliative care. Translation from Hebrew and Introduction]

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