Benjamin Pollack » Affiliated Faculty
Benjamin Pollock [Ph.D., Jewish Thought, Hebrew University of Jerusalem] is a faculty member at Hebrew University whose primary research interests are Jewish philosophy, post-Kantian continental philosophy, and the philosophy of religion. Pollock teaches courses on Judaism and Jewish Thought, the philosophy of religion, and theories and methods in the study of religion. His Franz Rosenzweig and the Systematic Task of Philosophy (2009) received the Salo Baron Prize for outstanding first book in Jewish Studies and the Jordan Schnitzer Award for best book in Philosophy and Jewish Thought, 2009-2012. His Franz Rosenzweig’s Conversions: World Denial and World Redemption was published by Indiana University Press. Pollock led the MSU Jewish Studies Summer Study Abroad program in Jerusalem in 2011.
Emeritus Affiliated Faculty