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Sharon Flatto is an associate professor of Judaic Studies. Before coming to Brooklyn College, she spent two years as a postdoctoral fellow at Brown University. Flatto has taught at a broad range of educational institutions, including Yale University, Queens College and Brown University, and at numerous adult education programs. She has received multiple awards, including grants from the Wolfe Institute for the Humanities, the Whiting Foundation (for outstanding teaching in the humanities), the National Foundation for Jewish Culture, the Memorial Foundation and the DAAD (Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst. She is the author of The Kabbalistic Culture of Eighteenth-Century Prague: Ezekiel Landau (the 'Noda Biyehudah') and His Contemporaries (Littman Press, 2010) and various scholarly articles.