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Susan Shapiro received her doctorate from the University of Chicago and teaches modern Jewish thought and philosophy of religion in the Department of Religion at Columbia University. She has published in the areas of post-Holocaust thought, reading for gender in Jewish philosophy, and the representation of the Jew as uncanny other in the discourses of the modern nation-state. Shapiro is currently a visiting professor and research associate at the Harvard University Divinity School. Some of the awards she has received include fellowships from the American Council of Learned Societies, the Yad HaNavid Berecha Foundation, and the Stroum Visiting Faculty Fellowship (University of Washington).


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