Daniel J. Lasker
1. Profiled in Who's Who in the World, from Ninth Edition, 1988; Men of Distinction, Fourteenth Editon, 1990.
2. Referee for AJS Review, Aleph, Daat, Ginzei Qedem, Jewish Quarterly Review, Journal of Jewish Studies, Journal of Jewish Thought and Philosophy, Journal of Law and Religion, Journal of the American Academy of Religion, Maimonidean Studies, Medieval Philosophy and Theology, Mediaeval Studies, Proceedings of the Conference on Jewish Names (1993, 1997), Proceedings of the American Academy for Jewish Research, Shofar, Tarbiz, Torah U-Madda Journal, Zion, Bar-Ilan University Press, Ben-Gurion University Press, Cambridge University Press, Cornell University Press, Haifa University Press, Misgav Yerushalayim, Oxford University Press, and University of Wisconsin Press.
3. Reviewer of grant proposals for Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, German-Israel Foundation, Koret Foundation, Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture, and National Foundation for Jewish Culture.
4. Referee for doctoral dissertations: University of Toronto, Yale University, New York University, Hebrew University, Haifa University and Bar-Ilan University.
5. Service on professional committees, or referee, for promotion and tenure: Ben-Gurion University, Bar-Ilan University, Tel-Aviv University, Haifa University, Ohio State University, University of Memphis, San Francisco State University, the Johns Hopkins University, Boston University and York University (Toronto).
6. Public lectures at synagogues, schools and adult education.
7. Featured in article in Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel, February 16, 1990, p. 5E.
8. Featured in article in Sheva, May 28, 1992, p. 54.
9. Member, Advisory Council to Editorial Board, Pe'amim (from 1993).
10. Community Scholar-in-Residence, Houston, Texas, 2002.
11. Member, Editorial Board, “Haifa Studies in Jewish Thought” (2002-2005).
12. Member, Control Board, Mekize Nirdamim Society (2002-2004).
13. Member, Editorial Board, “Emunot: Jewish Philosophy and Kabbalah,” Academic Studies Press (from 2007).
14. Member, Advisory Board of Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations (www.bc.edu/scjr) (from 2008).
15. Visiting Scholar, Center for Jewish Studies, Harvard University, 2010-2011.
16. Member, Institutional Committee in Accordance with the “Dying Patient Act,” Soroka Medical Center (from 2010).
17. Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Jewish Thought and Philosophy (from 2010).
18. Member, Editorial
Board, Textualia. Jews, Christians and Muslims in their texts