I'm interested in supervising research in the thought and literature of medieval and early modern Judaism, especially (though not exclusively) in any of the areas related to my own research interests. I welcome enquiries from potential research students in the following areas:
- medieval and early modern Jewish philosophy, exegesis, science and mysticism;
- Jewish-Christian-Muslim relations and intellectual interaction during the Middle Ages and Early Modern period.
While especially interested in supervising manuscript-based research (primarily Hebrew), I would also consider applications in the field of Jewish literature from the Rabbinic period. At the moment, I'm especially interested in supervising research in the area of thirteenth-century Jewish exegesis in Provence and Italy and its links with contemporary Christian exegesis.
Co-editor of Melilah: Manchester Journal of Jewish Studies
Member of the editorial committee of the Journal of Semitic Studies