Dr. Ephraim Isaac is a scholar of ancient Semitic languages and civilization, and African/Ethiopian languages and religion. He is the Director of the Institute of Semitic Studies (Princeton, New Jersey) and the Chair of the Board of the Ethiopian Peace and Development Center. He has taught at Princeton—both the university and the seminary—as well as Hunter, Bard, Hebrew University, and Harvard, where he received his PhD and was in 1969 the first faculty appointment in the new Department of Afro-American Studies.
Articles by Ephraim Isaac
Ethiopian Scholar Reflects on Extraordinary Life and Career
Harvard Divinity School Distinguished Alumni honoree has worked to spread education and promote peace.