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Covers a substantial part of the fields included in Hebrew and Jewish Studies
Written by leading scholars in the field
Offers a fine example of the wealth and variety of the present day academic study of Hebrew, Judaism, and Jewish culture
The articles presented here include studies in Rabbinics, Classical Hebrew linguistics, early Hebrew-Greek glossary, Hebrew manuscripts, Medieval and Modern Hebrew literature, Medieval and Early-Modern interpretation of Scripture, Medieval and Early-Modern Jewish philosophy, Hebrew book print in the 18th century, and Jewish Enlightenment. The articles cover a substantial part of the fields included in Hebrew and Jewish Studies, and offer a fine example of the wealth and variety of the present day academic study of Hebrew, Judaism, and Jewish culture.
Abraham ibn Ezra and the Twelfth-Century European Renaissance.- New Catalogues for Medieval Hebrew Manuscripts?.- An Early Hebrew-Greek Bible Glossary from the Cairo Genizah and its Significance for the Study of Jewish Bible Translations into Greek.- A Jewish Childbirth Amulet for a Girl.- The Riddle of the Baskets of 1726.- Laments at the Departure of a Sage.- The Treatise on the Patriarch Henoch by Johannes Drusius (1550–1616).- Unusual Verbal Forms in the Book of Proverbs and Semantic Disambiguation.- First Things First.- The Targumic Versions of the Martyrdom of Isaiah.- ‘The Emperor of Poets’.- Philosophy and Kabbalah in the Eighteenth Century.- Buildings in the Love Poems by Yehuda Amichai.- A Note about Two Newly-Discovered Hebrew Quotations of Averroes’ Works Lost in their Original Arabic Texts.- The Site of Adam’s Tomb.- From Perush to Be’ur.- Love of One’s Neighbour in Pinhas Hurwitz’s Sefer ha-Berit.- The Value of Julius Guttmann’s Die Philosophie des Judentums for Understanding Medieval Jewish Philosophy Today.- Moses Mendelssohn’s Conception of Judaism.