Sunday, April 07, 2019

JSIJ 15 (2019)

JSIJ - JUDAIC STUDIES, AN INTERNET JOURNAL has published a new volume. It is a peer-reviewed, open-access, online journal. The TOC of volume 15 is as follows:
1. Robert Brody, “Shamma Friedman’s Treatment of the Story of Rav Kahana”
2. Joseph David, “Belonging and Halakhic Change in Medieval Karaite Law and Adjacent Legal Traditions” (Heb.)
3. Yonatan Feintuch, “Esther and Alexander: A Babylonian Reworking of a Palestinian Aggada” (Heb.)
4. Eli Gurfinkel, “Jacob Bachrach’s Notes and Glosses to the Guide of the Perplexed and the Commentaries of Narboni and Satanow” (Heb.)
5. Lea Himmelfarb, “Rabbi Samson Raphael Hirsch’s Use of Biblical Accentuation in His Commentary on Psalms”
6. Binyamin Katzoff, “Tosefta Bookbindings from Norcia and their Place in the Textual Tradition of the Tosefta” (Heb.)
7. Nachman Levine, “Rav, Roman Imagery, and Korah’s (True) Colors”
8. Shlomo H. Pick, “The Chazzan in Provencia” (Heb.)
9. Shalom Sadiq, “Human Agency in the Thought of Rabbi Aaron from Nicomedia the Karaite” (Heb.)
10. Avraham Ofir Shemesh, “‘And in the Land of Ishmael They Do Like This And There is No Finer Bread than It’: The Influence of Islamic Cuisine and Diet on Rabbi Abraham Ibn Ezra’s Biblical Commentaries” (Heb.)
11. Yael Shemesh, “The Sacrifice of Jephthah’s Daughter (Judges 11) as a Reflection Story of Rebecca’s Betrothal and Marriage (Genesis 24)”
12. Amram Tropper, “Revisiting ראשי פספסין” (Heb.)
13. Meirav (Tubul) Kahana, “Numerical Sayings in the Mishnah and Tosefta” (Heb.)
14. Shalem Yahalom, “On the Attributions in the Tosafot of R. Eliezer of Tuch” (Heb.)
15. Chanan Yitzchaki, “Which Editions of the Shulhan Arukh Were Used by the Author of the Pithei Teshuvah?” (Heb.)

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