17 Nisan 5774
17 April 2014
London School of Jewish Studies

Dr Tamra Wright

Director of Academic Studies

Dr Tamra Wright oversees LSJS's degree and teacher training programmes as well as the Susi Bradfield Educational Leadership programme.

She holds a visiting lectureship at King’s College London and teaches Jewish thought on the LSJS/King’s MA Jewish Studies.  A specialist in 20th century Jewish philosophy, she delivered the Stanford Lectures in Philosophy of Religion at Cambridge University in 2009 and is the author of The Twilight of Jewish Philosophy: Emmanuel Levinas’s Ethical Hermeneutics. She has also published articles on Jabès, Buber, Levinas, Fackenheim, and post-holocaust Jewish thought. 

She is a graduate of the UJIA Ashdown Fellowships and a founding member of the advisory board and faculty of the Cambridge Co-exist Leadership Programme for faith leaders [http://www.interfaith.cam.ac.uk/en/education/cclp]. She is a member of the steering committee of PLUS (people like us) http://www.people-like-us.org.uk/, a grassroots multifaith educational initiative, and a member of the leadership development steering group of Women in Jewish Leadership, a project of the Board of Deputies supported by the Jewish Leadership Council.  http://www.thejlc.org/portfolio/commission-for-women-in-jewish-leadership/

Events by Dr Tamra Wright