Dennis Halft, O.P.

s200_dennis.halft_opDennis Halft was born in Bonn, Germany, and currently lives in Jerusalem.

He joined the Northern German province of Dominican Friars in 2008.

He received his PhD degree in Islamic Studies from the Free University in Berlin, Germany.

He is a member of the Dominican Institute for Oriental Studies (IDEO) in Cairo as well as of the advisory board of the journal Miscellanies of the Dominican Institute for Oriental Studies (MIDEO).

Dennis is currently a postdoctoral research fellow of the Martin Buber Society of Fellows in the Humanities and Social Sciences at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem.

His research focuses on interreligious interactions in medieval and early modern times.

He has several publications on medieval and pre-modern Muslim polemical works against Judaism and Christianity.

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