Gary Anderson

Brian Wallheimer | April 1, 2016

Gary Anderson, Hesburgh Professor of Catholic Theology at Notre Dame, will spend a year in Jerusalem working with an international group of scholars to better understand how early Jews, Christians, and Muslims read, understood, and interpreted the stories told in the Bible’s early chapters.

Anderson is part of a team of scholars from North America, Israel, and Europe accepted this fall to conduct research at the Israel Institute for Advanced Studies at Hebrew University in Jerusalem. In addition, Anderson was one of 40 people worldwide awarded a fellowship through the Network for European Institutes for Advanced Studies (EURIAS), which supports multidisciplinary learning communities in the humanities and social sciences.

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 by Daily Domer Staff

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