Wednesday, May 18, 2016

JSJ 47.1 (2016)

THE JOURNAL FOR THE STUDY OF JUDAISM has a new issue out (47.1 [2016]). TOC:
Research Article
The Language of Stones: Roman Milestones on Rabbinic Roads
Author: Joshua Levinson
Source: Page Count 20

Research Article
Ein Text aus Palästina? Gedanken zur einleitungswissenschaftlichen Verortung der Apokalypse des Abraham
Author: Michael Sommer
Source: Page Count 21

Research Article
Cult Statuary in the Judean Temple at Yeb
Author: Collin Cornell
Source: Page Count 19

Research Article
Listening with the Body, Seeing through the Ears: Contextualizing Philo’s Lecture Event in On the Contemplative Life
Author: Matthew David Larsen
Source: Page Count 28

Research Article
Was There an Altar or a Temple in the Sacred Precinct on Mt. Gerizim?
Author: Reinhard Pummer
Source: Volume 47, Issue 1, pp 1 –21

Research Article
How the “Torah of Moses” Became Revelation
Author: David Lambert
Source: Volume 47, Issue 1, pp 22 –54

Research Article
The Hasmoneans and their Rivals in Seleucid and Post-Seleucid Judea
Author: Benedikt Eckhardt
Source: Volume 47, Issue 1, pp 55 –70

Research Article
Reading Aid: 2 Maccabees and the History of Jason of Cyrene Reconsidered
Author: Francis Borchardt
Source: Volume 47, Issue 1, pp 71 –87

Research Article
Lost and Stolen Property at Qumran: The “Oath of Adjuration”
Author: Kimberley Czajkowski
Source: Volume 47, Issue 1, pp 88 –103

Research Article
The Euphrates as Temporal Marker in 4 Ezra and 2 Baruch
Author: Shayna Sheinfeld
Source: Volume 47, Issue 1, pp 104 –118

Research Article
On Transcription and Oral Transmission in Aseneth: A Study of the Narrative’s Conception
Author: Nicholas A. Elder
Source: Volume 47, Issue 1, pp 119 –142

Book Review
Ancient Jewish Letters and the Beginnings of Christian Epistolography , written by Lutz Doering
Author: Pieter W. van der Horst
Source: Volume 47, Issue 1, pp 143 –145

Book Review
Erste Reihe: Die Tosefta. Seder III: Naschim. Band III,2: Nedarim—Nezirut , written by Rabbinische Texte
Author: Günter Stemberger
Source: Volume 47, Issue 1, pp 146 –147
The abstracts can be accessed for free, but access to the articles requires a paid personal or institutional subscription.