Ph.D. Harvard University
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Jewish Mysticism, Comparative Mysticism, Religion & Aging
Sheldon R. Isenberg took his B.A. at Columbia University and his M.A. and Ph.D. at Harvard University. He teaches and writes on Jewish mysticism, comparative mysticism, aging and Judaism, and Jewish thought. He has published numerous scholarly articles and reviews. He serves as associate director of the UF Center for Spirituality and Health.