Don Seeman is Associate Professor in the Department of Religion and the Tam Institute for Jewish Studies at Emory. He is a social anthropologist (PhD Harvard 1997) specializing in medical and phenomenological anthropology, ethnography of religion and Jewish thought.
Hi Folks, The election is still too close to call and I am not even drinking yet, so I thought I would take a moment and respond to these two thoughtful precis (precises?) before I really go for it. ...Read More
Dear Class Participants, Welcome to our new scholar blog site. Each week you should find the précis for the week posted here by Monday at 5 PM and can contribute your own comments or questions by Tue...Read More