Daniel Bernard is a multiple award-winning scholar, and former Doctoral Fellow of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (2003-2007). A specialist in Judaic Studies, Dr. Bernard received both his B.A. (Honours With Distinction, 2001) and his Ph. D (2008) from Concordia University’s Department of Religion (Département de Science des religions) in Montreal. Dr. Bernard has extensive knowledge of the history and anthropology of religions, and has published and presented articles related to the critical study of early Judaism. Other professional areas of expertise include Christianity, Middle Eastern socio-politics, and rhetoric. Daniel Bernard is currently reworking his doctoral thesis (“Listing and Enlisting: The Rhetoric and Social Meaning of Tractate Avot”) into book format, and is conducting research on the formation of marginalized Jewish communities and identities.


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7 06 2009
Rabbi Arie Chark

Neither Susan nor I can find your thesis on ProQuest. Where is it?


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