The Division for Advancement and External Relations  

 
ESTHER GLICKLER CHAZON,  ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF HEBREW LITERATURE AND LITURGY 
Status : ACTIVE Birth place : NEW YORK, N.Y.
Office Phone: 02-588-2063 Fax: 02-588-3584
E-Mail: esther.chazon@mail.huji.ac.il
U.R.L:
 
Department Faculty  
HEBREW LITERATURE FACULTY OF HUMANITIES Dept. Description
 
Academic Degree   Institution Year
Ph.D. HEBREW UNIV. 1992
 
Academic Position   Year
ASSOC. PROFESSOR 2015
SENIOR LECTURER 2002
LECTURER 1998
 
Administrative Position   From To
Director, Orion Center for the Study of the Dead Sea Scrolls and 1999 2006
Associated Literature
 
External Academic Positions and Awards
Adjunct Lecturer: Haifa Univ., 1993-94; Bar-Ilan Univ., 199-
3-95; Fellow, Inst. of Adv. Studies, Hebrew Univ., 1996-97
Memberships and Fellowships:
Chair, Qumran Section, Soc. of Biblical Literature, 1998- -
2000; Int'l Org. for Qumran Studies; World Union of Jewish
Studies
Awards and Honors:
Golda Meir Scholarship, 1991-92; Allan Bronfman Prize, 1993
 
Research Interests
Dead Sea Scrolls. Biblical interpretation. Jewish liturgy.
 
Research Projects
"Praying with the angels."
 
Selected Publications
Publication Title   Year
Tradition and innovation in sectarian religious poetry. In: 2012
The classification of 4Q505: Daily or festival prayers? In: 2012
Liturgy before and after the Temple's destruction: Change or 2012
Looking back: What the Dead Sea Scrolls teach us about biblical 2012
Shifting perspectives on liturgy at Qumran and in Second Temple 2011
Liturgical function in the Cave 1 Hodayot collection. In: 2010
New Perspectives on Old Texts; Proceedings of the Tenth 2010
"Gather the dispersed of Judah": Seeking a return to the land as 2007
Scripture and prayer in "The Words of the Luminaries". In: 2006
Reworking the Bible: Apocryphal and Related Texts at Qumran. 2005
A "prayer alleged to be Jewish" in the Apostolic Constitutions. 2004
Things Revealed: Studies in Early Jewish and Christian 2004
Liturgical Perspectives: Prayer and Poetry in Light of the 2003
Human and angelic prayer in light of the Dead Sea Scrolls. In: 2003
"Psalms, hymns and prayers." "Words of the Luminaries." 2000
When did they pray?: Times for prayer in the Dead Sea Scrolls 2000
Time of Righteousness. In: 2000
The blind and the lame. In: 2000
The Damascus Document: A Centennial of Discovery. Leiden, 2000
The function of the Qumran prayer texts. In: 2000
Poetic and Liturgical Texts, Part 2: Qumran Cave 4 1999
Personal prayer. In: 1999
457a 4QCreation?, 4Q457b. Eschatological Hymn. In: 1999
Pseudepigraphical Perspectives: The Apocrypha and 1999
A case of mistaken identity: Testament of Naphtali (4Q215) and 1999
Biblical Perspectives: Early Use and Interpretation of the 1998
Hymns and prayers in the Dead Sea Scrolls. In: 1998
"Dibre Hamme'orot": Prayer for the sixth day. In: 1997
An introduction to prayer at Qumran. In: 1997
The creation and fall of Adam in the Dead Sea Scrolls. In: 1997
Spiritual life at Qumran. In: 1997
Qumran Prayer and Religious Poetry, by Bilhah Nitzan. 1995
Psalms in the Dead Sea Scrolls. In: 1995
New liturgical manuscripts from Qumran. In: 1994
Prayers from Qumran and their historical implications. 1994
Prayers from Qumran: Issues and methods. In: 1993
On the special character of Sabbath prayers: New data from 1993
Is Divrei Ha-Me'orot a sectarian prayer? In: 1992
4QDibHam: Liturgy or literature. 1990

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