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Eli Brackman

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Rabbi Eli Brackman and his wife Freidy (nee Loewenthal) are directors of the Oxford Chabad Society. He gained his Rabbinical Diploma (Semicha) at the Central Lubavitch Yeshiva, and is close to completing a postgraduate diploma which will qualify him to act as Dayan. He is also adept at Scribal art.
A study of a manuscript of the Talmud at the Bodleian Library, Oxford.
Analysis through the lens of manuscripts of Mishneh Torah held at the Bodleian Library, Oxford.
With unique insights gleaned from manuscript versions of the Mishneh Torah, held at the Bodleian Libary, Oxford, and the Tanya, preserved at the British Library.
How the Rebbe reframed Rashi's approach to the Biblical texts of the Haggadah
How Rabbi Tzvi Hersh Ashkenazi (the Chacham Tzvi) defended the view of Rabbi David Nieto, Rabbi of the Spanish and Portuguese Jewish community in London in the 18th century. Does nature reflect G-d?
An analysis of the manuscript of Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi's Tanya early edition, held at the British Library, London.
Analysis of Rashi's commentary on the ritual of the Red Heifer through the lens of ancient Hebrew manuscripts.
Exploring this piyyut through the eyes of the Hebrew manuscript collection of the Bodleian Library, Oxford
How small differences in the text of Etz Chaim by Rabbi Jacob ben Judah of London illuminates Jewish practice in Medieval England.
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