[b-hebrew] Mo'ed - Annual for Jewish Studies 18(2008) now in print
Mo'ed - Annual for Jewish Studies
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Sun Jun 29 02:38:22 EDT 2008
Mo'ed - Annual for Jewish Studies
The Center for Jewish Culture at Beit Berl College is pleased to announce the publication of Volume 18 (2008) of Mo'ed - Annual for Jewish Studies (New Series 6). This is the sixth volume of Mo'ed, which both continues and replaces our previous annual, Mehqere Hag - A Journal of Jewish Culture.
Mo'ed is a refereed annual devoted to all branches and periods of Jewish Studies, and welcomes original contributions in these fields in both Hebrew and English. Mo'ed publishes English abstracts of all the Hebrew articles, including review essays, and vice versa. These abstracts may be viewed at our website. 'Guidelines for Contributors" appear at the beginning of each volume of Mo'ed. Referees are chosen from among scholars, both Israeli and foreign, specializing in the fields to which the articles pertain.
You are invited to submit/renew your subscription to the new series. A subscription form is available online at:
The contents of Vol. 18 are listed below.
Shlomo E. Glicksberg The Tree as a Hazard: the Evolvement of a Halakhah
Remy Landau A Rapid Search for All the Day Counts in Any Hebrew Year Span
Lawrence Besserman On: Robert Alter, The Five Books of Moses: A Translation with
Athalya Brenner On: David. E. S. Stein (ed.), The Contemporary Torah: A Gender-
Sensitive Adaptation of the JPS Translation
Gali Dinnur The Story of Cain and Abel (Gen. 4:1-16): The Supreme Value of
Yitzhak (Itzik) Peleg Was Lot a Good Host?
Hanan Eshel Forty Years of Research on the Temple Scroll (11QTemple)
Yaakov Y. Teppler "Do not Give the Minim an Occasion to Cavil": The Temple in the Jewish-Christian Polemic during the Tannaitic Period
Yair Schlein Achnai's Stove as a Sort of Tragedy
Abraham O. Shemesh "That a Person Might Use the Skins of His Father and Mother as
Spreads": The Uses of Human Skin in Ancient Material Culture
Yehoshafat Nevo Redeeming the Shekhinah and the Jewish People according to R. Ze'ev of Zhitomir
Oded Shay Botanical Museums and Collections in Late Ottoman Palestine: A Stratum of Zionist Activities in Modern-Day Scientific Research
Rema Manor The Addressor's Position in Expository Texts
Victor A. Hurowitz On: International Review of Biblical Studies, Volume 52 (2005-2006), ed. Bernhard Lang
Oded Lipschits On: Yonina Dor, The Theme of the Foreign Women in Ezra-Nehemiah (Hebrew)
Harry Fox On: Shilamit Valler and Shalom Razabi, Small Talk in the Babylonian Talmud
Gad Sagiv On: Marcin Wodziński, Haskalah and Hasidism in the Kingdom of Poland: A History of Conflict
Shalom Carmy On: Reuven Gerber, The Enlightenment Revolution
Michael Feige On: Yossi Dahan and Henry Wasserman (eds.), To Invent a Nation
Eli Yassif On: Dan Ben-Amos (ed.), Folktales of the Jews. Vol. 1: Tales from the Sephardic Dispersion
The volume costs $20.00, plus an additional $5.00 per volume for postage and
handling (in Israel - NIS 65.00, postage and handling included). Payment
should be made by check, made out to Beit Berl College.
At this time we would like to remind subscribers that a limited number of
copies of Volumes 1-12 of Mehqere Hag and of Mo'ed 13-17 are still
available, at the same price. Non-commercial orders of five or more volumes
will receive a discount of 20% per volume.
Dr. Arie Don and Dr. Jonathan D. Safren, Editors
e-mail: moed at beitberl.ac.il
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