Lecture: Medieval Judaism and the Dominican Order

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The Holocaust Memorial Center cordially invites you to the lecture of
Donald S. Prudlo, Warren Professor of Catholic Studies at the Department of Philosophy and Religion, University of Tulsa

Medieval Judaism and the Dominican Order

This lecture will examine the fraught relations between the Jewish communities of the Middle Ages and the Order of Friars Preachers, in light of recent scholarship. The thirteenth century saw a significant change in the relationship of the institutional Church to the Jewish people. Scholars have tried to show that the Church, led by the Dominicans, undertook a new approach that moved away from the Augustinian “Witness Doctrine” towards a more confrontational stance that claimed that medieval rabbinic Judaism was a heretical break from biblical Judaism. We will examine this claim and problematize it, showing that the relation between the Preachers and the Jews was much more nuanced than has previously been asserted. Topics covered will include the introduction of Rabbi Maimonides to the west, the issues surrounding supposed anti-Christian content in the Talmud, and the response of Dominican thinkers to contemporary Judaism both in text and practice.

Date: 16 March 2022 (Wednesday) 3:00 PM
Venue: Holocaust Memorial Centre – Wallenberg Room
1094 Budapest, Páva utca 39

Please indicate your intention to participate by clicking on the following link: https://bit.ly/medievaljudaism


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