He teaches at Yeshiva College and the Bernard Revel Graduate School of Jewish Studies, both schools of Yeshiva University. Hurvitz is Professor of Biblical and Talmudic Literature, and holds the Dr. Samuel Belkin Chair in Judaic Studies. He is also an ordained rabbi. In addition, Prof. Hurvitz is the creator and curator of the Eli Michael Microfilm Center for Genizah Studies on the fourth floor of Yeshiva University's library.
Hurvitz's sub-areas of specialty are: halakhic and midrashic literature, Geonic literature, and Genizah research. He earned a doctorate from Yeshiva University's Bernard Revel Graduate School in 1965. His dissertation was: Nature and sources of Yalkut Talmud Torah by Rabbi Jacob Sikili.
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