Anne Knafl

Bibliographer for Religion, Philosophy, & Jewish Studies

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Anne K. Knafl manages the Library's collections in Religion, Philosophy and Jewish Studies, including purchasing books, journals and online resources. She provides research support to faculty, students and staff in these areas through individual consults and group workshops. She has language expertise for research in Hebrew, Yiddish, Greek, German and French.

Anne is a graduate of the Divinity School at the University of Chicago, where she earned her Ph.D. in Biblical Studies and A.M. in Religious Studies, and of Macalester College, with a B.A. in Religion and Anthropology. Her publications include, Forming God: Divine Anthropomorphism in the Pentateuch (Eisenbrauns 2014).