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Claire Sufrin holds a PhD in Religious Studies from Stanford University, with a specialization in modern Jewish thought. Before her recent move to the Chicago area, Dr. Sufrin taught at Northeastern University in Boston. Her current research focuses on Martin Buber, contemporary concepts of halakhah (Jewish law), and the relationship between religion and literature.
PhD, Stanford University
The Role of Israel in Jewish Life
Jewish Thought in the 20th Century