Dr. Sabine Arndt

  • Vita

    Akademische Ausbildung

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    Promotionsstudium in 'Oriental Studies' an der University of Oxford
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    Studium 'Semitische Sprachen und Kulturen' (Hauptfach 'Hebräisch, Aramäisch und Jüdische Studien', Nebenfächer Arabisch und mittelalterliche jüdische Philosophie) an der Universiteit van Amsterdam und Tel Aviv University

    Beruflicher Werdegang

    seit
    Institut für Jüdische Studien, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität
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    Bodleian Library, Oxford: Leiterin des 'Genizah Digitization Project'
    Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies: Co-Kuratorin der Ausstellung 'Crossing Borders: Hebrew Manuscripts as a Meeting-place of Cultures' der Bodleian Library
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    Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen: Lehrbeauftragte am Institut für Evangelische Theologie
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    Goethe-Universität Frankfurt: wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin im SFB "Wissenskulturen und gesellschaftlicher Wandel"
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    Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana, Amsterdam: Katalographin

    Preise

    Promotionsstipendium des britischen 'Arts & Humanities Research Counsel' - Arts & Humanities Research Counsel
    Promotionsstipendium 'Scatcherd European Scholarship' - University of Oxford
    Scriptieprijs (= Preis für hervorragende Abschlussarbeit) - Stiftung "Vrienden van het Juda Palache Instituut"
  • Lehre

  • Projekte

    • Visualität im mittelalterlichen Judentum (seit )
      Eigenmittelprojekt
  • Publikationen

    • Boxel Piet van, Arndt Sabine (Eds.): . Crossing Borders: Hebrew Manuscripts as a Meeting-place of Cultures. Oxford: Bodleian Library.
    • Arndt Sabine. . ‘Science as a Meeting-place of Cultures: The Court of Emperor Frederick II and Judah ben Solomon ha-Kohen’s Midrash ha-Hokhmah.’ In Crossing Borders: Hebrew Manuscripts as a Meeting-place of Cultures, edited by Boxel Piet van, Arndt Sabine, 85-98. Oxford: Bodleian Library.
    • Arndt Sabine. . ‘A Pious Ode ‘To Joy’.’ In Omnia in Eo : studies on Jewish books and libraries in honour of Adri Offenberg, celebrating the 125th anniversary of the Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana in Amsterdam, edited by Zwiep Irene, Schrijver Emile, Hoogewoud F J, Herman Sammy, Fontaine Resianne, Cohen Julie-Marthe, Berger Shlomo, 266-267. Leuven: Peeters Publishers.
    • Arndt Sabine. . „Rabbiner, Recht, Reichsstadt: Neue Forschung zur Frankfurter Judengasse.“ Forschung Frankfurt 2006, Nr. 4: 94.
  • Vorträge

    • Arndt, Sabine (): ‘The Transmission of Texts and Diagrams in Sefer ha-Mar’im’. Hebrew Mathematics: New Perspectives for Editions and Terminological Research (Projekt PESHAT: Philosophic and Scientific Hebrew Terminology), Digital (Universität Hamburg, Hamburg, Deutschland), .
    • Arndt, Sabine (): ‘'The Diagrams were Incomplete and I did not Want to Copy Them ...’: Mathematical Optics in Medieval Hebrew Manuscripts’. Visual and Material in Medieval and Early Modern Jewish Culture (Institut für Jüdische Studien, WWU Münster), Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster, Deutschland, .
    • Arndt, Sabine (): ‘Mathematics in an intercultural exchange: the correspondence between Judah ben Solomon ha-Cohen and the Emperor’s Philosopher’. The medieval Mediterranean: cultural, religious and economic exchanges (Institute for Medieval Studies, the University of Leeds), The University of Leeds, Leeds, Großbritannien, .
    • Arndt, Sabine (): ‘Science and Scientists at Cultural Crossroads: the Midrash ha-Hokhmah of Judah ben Solomon ha-Cohen’. Symposium 'The Medieval Hebrew Manuscript Today' (The Jewish Theological Seminary, the Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies), The Jewish Museum, New York City, USA, .
    • Arndt, Sabine (): ‘The oldest Hebrew encyclopaedia of science and its (missing) diagrams’. Medieval manuscripts: visual layout and cognitive content in cross-cultural perspective (Medieval Studies Department, CEU), Central European University, Budapest, Ungarn, .
    • Arndt, Sabine (): ‘Science as a meeting-place of cultures’. Lecture series 'Crossing borders' (Bodleian Library Oxford), Bodleian Library, Oxford, Großbritannien, .
    • Boxel, Piet van; Arndt, Sabine; Merchán-Hamann, César (): ‘"Crossing borders": Hebrew manuscripts as a meeting-place of cultures’. The David Patterson Seminars (Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies), Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies, Yarnton, Großbritannien, .