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Prof. Moshe Sluhovsky

Prof. Moshe Sluhovsky
History Institute Chair
Humanities Building, Room 6521. Office Hours: Monday, 13:00-14:00
02-5883778

Moshe Sluhovsky is a Proffessor in the Department of History. He has written a number of books and textbooks on religious history, including:

Patroness of Paris: Rituals of Devotion in Late Medieval and Early Modern France

“Believe not Every Spirit": Demonic Possession, Mysticism, and Discernment in Early Modern Catholicism,

and five Hebrew textbooks on the Protestant and Catholic reformations and on magic and Popular Culture in early modern Europe for The Open University of Israel.