Dana Rubinstein is a PhD candidate in the Department of Jewish Thought and a Presidential Fellow at the Hebrew University. Her research focuses on the Buber-Rosenzweig working papers and she seeks to demonstrate both the possibilities and limitations of Bible translation as a unique hermeneutical medium by mining the depth of the Buber-Rosenzweig Bible and the dialogue surrounding it.
Rubinstein received her BA in philosophy from Yale University and her MA in Jewish Thought from the Hebrew University. The title of her MA thesis is: Nehama Leibowitz and the Hermeneutics of Comparative Bible Translation. Her advisor is Professor Benjamin Pollock.