Yeshiva University Mourns the Passing of Longtime Professor of Classics and Literature and Renowned Josephus Scholar The Yeshiva University community mourns the passing of Dr. Louis Feldman z”l, who taught at the University for more than 60 years. He passed away on Saturday, March 25, at the age of 90. “Louis Feldman was a world-renowned scholar,…
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In February, Carmen Ortiz Hendricks, DSW, associate dean and professor at Wurzweiler School of Social Work, will travel to Beersheba, Israel, as a Fulbright Senior Specialist. Hendricks is the first faculty member from Wurzweiler to be invited to participate in the program.
Louis Feldman carefully straightens piles of tattered books and files that smother his tiny formica desk as if each formed a time capsule. On the desktop piles of syllabi, nearly 2 feet high, abut stapled lexicons of ancient Greek and Latin—handouts he prepares for classes that often number one or two students. Nearby, a refrigerator, rusty from disuse, seems just another artifact in Feldman’s universe.