Diana Lipton read English at Oxford and has a PhD from Cambridge in Bible, on which she's published several books. She was a Fellow of Newnham College, Cambridge and a Reader at King's College London. Since making aliyah in 2011, she's taught Bible at Hebrew University's Rothberg International School and gives weekly shiurim at two homes for the elderly. Diana once thought of calling the autobiography she'll never write 'From the Bima to the Balcony', but now she sits in a separate room in her Moroccan synagogue of choice. She is the very proud mother of Jacob and Jonah, and lives in Jerusalem with her husband Chaim. Diana's latest book, 'From Forbidden Fruit to Milk and Honey: A Commentary on Food in the Torah', is in press with Ktav.
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