Daniel Langton has research and teaching interests in Jewish history, with particular expertise in Jewish-Christian relations, and is located in the department of Religions and Theology.
He is Co-director of the Centre for Jewish Studies (CJS) and a co-editor of the journal Melilah. He was a Leverhulme Major Research Fellow 2013-15, an AHRC Leadership Fellow for 2016-17, and a visiting fellow at the Katz Center, University of Pennsylvania, 2017. In relation to teaching, he was a recipient of the University of Manchester's Teaching Excellence Prize (£5000) in 2006 and a nominee for the Student Union's Humanities Best Lecturer award in 2017.
His qualifications include BA(Hons) and PhD in History from the University of Southampton at the Parkes Institute for Jewish/Non-Jewish Relations; PGDip (London) in ePublishing; PGCert Ed (Manchester).
He sits on a variety of external committees, including the editorial board of Jewish Historical Studies, and is an Honorary Research Fellow of the Parkes Institute for Jewish/Non-Jewish Relations at the University of Southampton. Other interests: he is a microlight-plane pilot and he holds a fifth-degree blackbelt in karate.
- 2014-15 President of the British Association for Jewish Studies (BAJS) and conference 2015 organiser.
- 2013-14 HE expert panel member for the AQA Religious Studies A-level.
- 2012 Chair of the programme committee for Manchester conference of the International Council of Christians and Jews (ICCJ).
- 2010-14 Secretary of the European Association for Jewish Studies (EAJS).
- 2008-12 Committee member of the Council of Christians and Jews (CCJ) in Manchester.
- 2007-13 member of the Archbishop of Canterbury's Jewish Forum.
- 2002-10 Secretary of the British Association for Jewish Studies (BAJS).
- 1998-2004 Reviews Editor for Jewish Culture and History.
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