Tania Tulcin, a Revel PhD Student, has won the Mark and Ruth Luckens International Prize for Jewish Thought & Culture for 2013. The Luckens Prize is awarded to the best unpublished original essay by a graduate student or recent PhD.  The Luckens Prize is administered by the University of Kentucky Jewish Studies Program and carries a prize of $1000, made possible by a generous gift from the late Dr. Mark Luckens. The topic of the winning paper is “Looking Down from the ‘Tip of the Yud’ “: Judah Leib Gordon’s Critique of Rabbinic Culture in Late Imperial Russia.” Revel congratulates Ms. Tulcin on this prestigious achievement.


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