Rabbi Dr. Richard Hidary is an assistant professor of Judaic Studies at Yeshiva University, Stern College for Women and an assistant Rabbi at Sephardic Synagogue in Brooklyn.
Introduction to Talmud
Dispute for the Sake of Heaven: Legal Pluralism in the Talmud. Brown Judaic Studies. Providence: Brown University, 2010. Available on Amazon.
Contributor to the New Oxford Annotated Translation of the Mishnah, forthcoming.
Bavli: Greco-Roman Rhetoric in Sasanian
Classical Rhetorical Arrangment and Reasoning in the Talmud: The Case of Yerushalmi Berakhot 1:1, AJS Review 34:1 (April 2010), 33-64.
Right Answers Revisited: Monism and Pluralism in the Talmud. Dine Israel 26-27 (2009-2010), 229-255.
"Review of Why Study Talmud in the Twenty-first Century? The Relevance of the Ancient Jewish Text to Our World," Shofar 20:4 (Summer 2012). pdf
Minhag and Halakha in the Talmuds: A Cross-Cultural Study, Kol Hamevaser 3:7 (May 2010), 12-14.
Traditional versus Academic Talmud Study: Hilkakh Nimrinhu le-Tarvaihu, Kol Hamevaser 3:3 (December 2009): 8-9.
Make Yourself Available to Forgive, High Holidays Reader, Tebah, 2009: 38-44.