Nicholas de Lange - Curriculum Vitae#

Education and degrees:

1962–69 Christ Church, Oxford : BA (Litterae Humaniores) 1966; M.A. 1969; D.Phil. 1970 (thesis entitled: ‘Origen and the Jews: Jewish–Christian Relations in Third-Century Palestine’; supervisor: Henry Chadwick)
James Mew Rabbinic Hebrew Prize 1969

Cambridge degrees: Ph.D. (by incorporation) 1971; D.D. 2001

Membership of learned & professional associations:

  • Council member, Jewish Historical Society of England
  • Fellow, Wolfson College, Cambridge (1985)
  • Fellow of the British Academy (2011)

  • Committee member and President (1989), British Association for Jewish Studies
  • Chairman, The Translators Association
  • Member of Committee of Management, The Society of Authors

Academic appointments:
  • Parkes Library Fellow, University of Southampton, 1969-71
  • Lecturer in Rabbinics, University of Cambridge, 1971-1995
  • Reader in Hebrew and Jewish Studies, University of Cambridge, 1995–2001
  • Professor of Hebrew and Jewish Studies, University of Cambridge, 2001–2011

Visiting positions:
  • Littman Fellow, Oxford Centre for Postgraduate Hebrew Studies, January–March 1979.
  • Visiting Scholar, Jewish Theological Seminary of Hungary, November–December 1982.
  • Directeur d’Etudes Associé, Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, Paris (Ve section, Sciences Religieuses), January–*February 1988, November–December 1999, March–April 2006.
  • Directeur d’Etudes Associé, Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, Paris (Section des Sciences Historiques et Philologiques), April–September 1992, February–March 2000, May 2005.
  • Visiting Professor, Freie Universität Berlin (Institut für Judaistik), October 1995–March 1996.
  • Visiting Professor, University of Toronto, September–December 2004.
  • Visiting Research Fellow, Program in Hellenic Studies, Princeton University, December 2004–February 2005.
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