Wednesday, February 03, 2021

JSIJ 19 (2021): Josephus volume

JEWISH STUDIES, AN INTERNET JOURNAL has published a new volume devoted to Josephus. The TOC:
  • Michael Avioz and Meir Ben Shahar, Editors’ Preface
  • Kenneth Atkinson, Josephus's Use of Scripture to Describe Hasmonean Territorial Expansion
  • Meir Ben Shahar, Dating the Destruction of the First Temple: Tradition and Interpretation in Josephus
  • Silvia Castelli, Between Tradition and Innovation: Josephus's Description of the Tabernacle (Ant. 3.108-150) as an Improved Alternative to the Greek Bible
  • Jonathan Klawans, Heresy, Forgery, Novelty: Condemning and Denying Innovation in Josephus
  • Étienne Nodet, Josephus, 1 Maccabees, and Hanukkah
  • Ishay Rosen-Zvi, Between Ethnos and Nomos: Josephus and the Goyim
  • Daniel R. Schwartz, Hellenism, Judaism, and Apologetic: Josephus's Antiquities According to an Unpublished Commentary by Abraham Schalit
  • Jan Willem Van Henten, Herod's Law Against Theft in its Literary, Legal, and Historical Contexts
HT the AWOL Blog.

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