Long-term project funded by the German Research Foundation

      

Corpus Masoreticum, Heidelberg Center for Jewish Studies

»In deciphering Ashkenazi Masorah we uncover a whole world of a forgotten Jewish textual tradition.«

Hanna Liss (Principal Investigator)

»Studying Ashkenazi Bible manuscripts means getting up close to skill, beauty and devotion.«

Renate Smithuis (Research Associate)

»The interpretation of Yaʿaqov ben Asher’s Torah commentary enables me to discover cultural differences between Ashkenazic and Sephardic masoretic and scribal traditions.«

Maria Seidel (Research Associate)

»Combining Digital Humanities and studying figurative Masorah calls for complex development solutions.«

Clemens Liedtke (Research Associate)

»Uncovering Jewish manuscript culture is like becoming a voyager between the worlds – or do you want to know what it means to be ›Lost in Translation‹?«

Sebastian Seemann (Research Associate)

»Combining Digital Humanities and studying figurative Masorah calls for complex development solutions.«

Clemens Liedtke (Research Associate)

»In deciphering Masorah we uncover a whole world of a forgotten Jewish textual tradition.«

Hanna Liss (Principal Investigator)

»Testimonial.«

Sebastian Seemann (Research Associate)

»Testimonial.«

Maria Seidel (Research Associate)

»Testimonial.«

Renate Smithuis (Research Associate)

Team

Principal Investigator
Research Associates
Former Research Associates
Student Assistants

Ekaterina Gotsiridze, Frederik Kaufmann, Emanuel Marx, Timotheus Schweizer

Former Student Assistants

Johannes Büge, Bettina Burghardt, Frederek Kaufmann, Sebastian Seemann, Fabian Strobel, Samuel Vingron