Dr. Eszter Katalin Füzessy, M.A.

 

Sprechstunde

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Studium

Ph.D. History of Judaism

University of Chicago, Divinity School, Chicago IL, USA – voraussichtlich im Winter 2009

Dissertation: “Dialogues between Sages and Outsiders to the tradition”: Creation of difference as a literary method of religious polemics in rabbinic literature

Betreuer: Prof. Michael Fishbane. Begutachter: Prof. Hans-Josef Klauck, Dr. Richard Rosengarten

Ph.D. Qualifying Exams

University of Chicago, Divinity School – November 2006

-       Tradition and Tradition-Building in the Hebrew Bible (BS2) – Prof. Michael Fishbane
-       Rabbinic Thought and Theology in Late Antiquity (HJ1) – Prof. Michael Fishbane
-       Jewish Literature in the late Hellenistic and early Roman period (HJ) – Prof. H-J. Klauck
-       Theories of Fictionality (RL1) – Dr. R. Rosengarten

M.A. Studium Judaistik, Altorientalische Philologie, Alte Geschichte

Albert-Ludwigs-Universität, Freiburg i.Br., Deutschland – Juni 2002

M.A. Studium Geschichte, Judaistik

ELTE, Bölcsészettudományi Kar, Budapest, Ungarn – 1995-1998

 

Ehrenpreise und Stipendien

- Summer travel grant, University of Chicago, Committee of Jewish Studies. 2008

- Conference grant, Perrin Fund, University of Chicago, Divinity School. 2008

- Grant to cover travel and living expenses, Second Jerusalem Summer School in Jewish Studies and Comparative Religion. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. 2007

- Milo P. Jewett Travel Award, University of Chicago, Biblical Studies. 2007

- Shalom Hartman Research Fellowship. The Shalom Hartman Institute, Jerusalem, Israel. 2004-2005

- Conference Scholarship, University of Chicago, Department of Jewish Studies. 2004

- University of Chicago scholarship and tuition remission for Ph.D. studies. 2002-2006

- Golda Meir Fellowship Award for Graduate Students. Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel. 2001

- The Rothberg Family Scholarship. Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel. 2000-2001

 

Vorträge bei Konferenzen

-     “The fictionalization of the text (as if – ‘ke-illu’) as a hermeneutic method of rabbinic interpretation” Society of Biblical Literature, Annual Meeting, Boston, MA – November 2008

-     “’Dialogues between Sages and Outsiders to the Tradition’: Creation of Difference as a Literary Method of Religious Polemics in Rabbinic Literature” Society of Biblical Literature, Annual Meeting. San Diego, CA – November 2007

-     “The Formation of ‘Rabbinic’ Identity in the Discourse of Rabbinic Literature” Society of Biblical Literature, International Meeting. Vienna, Austria – July 2007

-     דיאלוג בין חכמים לזרים למסורת ׃ שיטות להבחין בין פולמוס פנימי לחיצוני בסיפרות חז״ל
“Dialogue between Sages and Outsiders to the tradition”: Methods for distinguishing external and internal polemics in the Literature of the Sages” Controversy in Rabbinic Literature: Its Boundaries, Logic, and Hermeneutic Status. Seventh Annual Conference of Beth Morasha, Jerusalem, Israel – December 2004

 

Lehrerfahrung

Senior Lecturer, Institut für Judaistik, Universität Wien. März 2008 – 
Lehrveranstaltungen im Bereich des Biblischen Hebräisch, Rabbinischen (Mischna-) Hebräisch und Modernhebräisch, sowie biblischen, rabbinischen und targumischen Aramäisch

Lehrbeauftragte, Institut für Judaistik, Universität Wien. März 2007 – Februar 2008
"Die Targumim innerhalb der Bibelauslegungstradition der Antike" – SS 2007 “The Targums as part of the antique tradition of Biblical interpretation”
"Die Polemik in der jüdischen und Christlichen Bibelauslegung in der Antike" – WS 2007/08 “Polemics in Jewish and Christian Biblical Interpretation in Antiquity”

Research Assistant, University of Chicago, Divinity School, Chicago, USA. 2003 –2004

 

Relevante Berufserfahrung

Program Director für Englisch und Hebräisch, LanguageWorks, Center for Language Instruction and Intercultural Services, Budapest, Hungary. April 2004 – 

 

Sprachen

Ungarisch: fließend
Deutsch: fließend
Englisch: fließend
Hebräisch: fortgeschrittene Kenntnisse (Ptor der Hebräische Universität Jerusalem, Juni 2005)
Französisch: fortgeschrittene Kenntnisse.