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Yehezkel Landau is a Faculty Associate in Interfaith Relations at Hartford Seminary, where he serves as Director of the Building Abrahamic Partnerships interfaith training program for Jews, Christians, and Muslims, and focuses on Jewish spirituality, Hebrew Bible, interfaith dialogue, and religion and peacemaking. Prior to coming to Hartford, Professor Landau was a Visiting Professor at Connecticut College and a Visiting Scholar in Religious Studies at Drew University. In Israel he served as a Lecturer on Judaism and Interfaith Relations at Christian institutions at Tantur Ecumenical Institute, St. George's College, Sisters of Sion International Program at Ecce Homo, the Swedish Theological Institute, and Nes Ammim Village. From 1980-1982 he served as Program Coordinator of Israel Interfaith Association in Jerusalem; from 1982-1991 as Executive Director of Oz veShalom-Netivot Shalom religious peace movement in Israel; and from 1991-2003 as Co-Founder and Co-Director of Open House Center for Jewish-Arab Coexistence in Ramle, Israel. He has also been a Visiting Professor and Seminar Leader at: Tufts University, Bard College, Maryknoll Institute for Justice and Peace, and Seattle University School of Theology and Ministry.
Dr. Landau received his Doctor of Ministry (D. Min.) from Hartford Seminary, his Master of Theological Studies (M.T.S.) from Harvard Divinity School, and his Bachelor of Arts (A.B.) from Harvard University. Dr. Landau has written extensively on "Healing the Holy Land" and "Interreligious Peace-building in Israel/Palestine."