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Prof. Louis H. Feldman at Yeshiva College

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Ari Lamm

In 1955, Yeshiva University hired Prof. Louis H. Feldman. At the time, YU did not support a Classics Department, so the Harvard-trained expert in Greek and Latin found a home in the Department of History. For decades, Prof. Feldman played a major role at Yeshiva. The school’s student newspaper documented much of Prof. Feldman’s career as a teacher, scholar and exponent of Torah u-Madda. Below is a slideshow, highlights from the pages of The Commentator.

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Ari Lamm

Ari Lamm is the Special Advisor to the President of Yeshiva University. He is formerly the Resident Scholar of the Jewish Center in Manhattan, NY. He earned his BA from Yeshiva University, his MA from University College London through a Fulbright Scholarship, and semikhah from the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary. At present, he is pursuing his PhD in Religion at Princeton University, and is an Executive Committee member of Global Unites, a non-partisan group committed to long-term conflict transformation and sustainability.