Nathan Wolski is the Liberman Family lecturer in Jewish Studies at the Australian Centre for Jewish Civilisation, Monash University, in Melbourne, Australia where he teaches comparative mysticism and medieval religious thought. He is the translator of The Zohar: Pritzker Edition, vols. 10 and 12 (with Joel Hecker), Stanford University Press, and author of A Journey Into the Zohar, SUNY Press, as well as many studies on diverse aspects of the Zohar, the major work of the classical Kabbalah.
Man, Woman, and Serpent: Kabbalah and High Modernity in the Early Writings of Aaron Zeitlin
The Shtik Kabole Niger Couldn’t Digest: Poetry, Messianism, and Literatoyre in Aaron Zeitlin’s Keter
Texts & Translation
כּתר: פֿראַגמענטן פֿון אַ ראַפּסאָדיע
Keter: Fragments of a Rhapsody