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Three-Trunked Tree from Bäzäklik
(courtesy Musée Guimet)

John C. Reeves (Ph.D., Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion) is Blumenthal Professor of Judaic Studies and Professor of Religious Studies at the Department of Religious Studies at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.  A native North Carolinian, he came to Charlotte in 1996 after serving as Assistant and then Associate Professor of Religious Studies at Winthrop University.  Much of his work probes the margins of conventionally conceived categories, exploring the overlaps and commonalities discernible among a host of Near Eastern fringe groups and texts which inhabit the twilight realms of cosmic arcana, apocalyptic fervor, and religious dualism in late antiquity and the medieval era.  He maintains this site as a resource for his students, professional colleagues, and other interested parties. Please use the menu buttons on the left to navigate its contents and to learn about his research interests and course offerings.

 

Abraham receiving three visitors  Haggadah Ms. 445  Klau Library  Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion

Abraham receiving three visitors
Haggadah Ms. 445
Klau Library
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion



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