Dr Asaph Ben Tov
Postdoctoral Researcher - Kent
Asaph Ben-Tov (PhD Jerusalem 2007, habil. Erfurt 2019) studies Early Modern intellectual history, especially the Classical Tradition and Oriental Studies in the German speaking territories. In addition to articles on these and related topics, he is the author of Lutheran Humanists and Greek Antiquity (2009) and Johann Ernst Gerhard (1621-1668): A Portrait of a Seventeenth-Century Orientalist (forthcoming) and is co-editor together with Yaacov Deutsch and Tamar Herzig of Knowledge and Religion in Early Modern Europe: Studies in Honor of Michael Heyd (2013) and together with Martin Mulsow: Knowledge and Profanation: Transgressing the Boundaries of Religion in Pre-Modern Scholarship (2019).
Watch below on YouTube his project research presentation