[b-hebrew] Mo'ed 15 - Call for Papers

Jonathan D. Safren yonsaf at beitberl.ac.il
Thu Nov 20 07:08:02 EST 2003

 Mo'ed - Annual for Jewish Studies, is now accepting papers for Vol. 15, to appear in  March-April 2005. Mo'ed is a peer-reviewed annual devoted to all branches and periods of Jewish Studies, and welcomes original contributions in these fields. 
Articles may be submitted for publication either in Hebrew or in English.  Hebrew articles are to include an English abstract and English articles are to include a Hebrew abstract of 200-300 words. Authors are responsible for any necessary translation of abstracts.
Articles are to be typed using a Word for Windows-compatible word processor and should be submitted in two hard copies accompanied by a diskette. Electronic transmission as an e-mail attachment is an acceptable alternative, but it is recommended to submit hard copies and diskette as well.
Bibliographical references and other notes are to be typed as footnotes.
For all other matters of style and usage - spelling and punctuation, use of numbers, emphases, abbreviations, citation of texts and bibliographical references, contributors are referred to the Guidelines for Contributors appearing (in both Hebrew and English) in Mo'ed 13 (2003), or to Tarbiz 51 (1982), pp. 167-169.
The final date for submission of articles to Vol. 15 is 30 September 2004. 
Articles are to be submitted to:
Dr. Arie Don
Dr, Jonathan D. Safren
Mo'ed - Annual for Jewish Studies
Center for Jewish Culture
Beit Berl College
Beit Berl Post Office
44905 Israel
e-mail: moed at beitberl.ac.il
Following is a selection of some of the articles to appear in Mo'ed 14 (2004):

English Section
Dmitri Slivniak, "Living without Moses: Rhetorical Strategies in Deuteronomy"
Nancy Rosenfeld and Yitzhak (Itzik) Peleg, "'Let me die with the Philistines'": Samson Agonsites and the Samson of Judges"
Joshua Yarden, "Emancipatory Education and Jewish Tradition"
Nachman Levine, "Tekiat Shofar: Time, Birth, Motherhood"

Hebrew Section
Meir Bar-Ilan, "The Different Times in Genesis 1"

Mayer Gruber, "Why 'modim anahnu lakh'"?

Victor Hurowitz, "The Appearance of the Priest: Towards the Image of the Ideal Priest in the Ancient Near East and 

     Ancient Israel

Sagit Mor, "Trials of Prisoners' Loyalty in Talmudic Literature: The Functions of Culture as a Tool for Creating and 

     Interpreting Reality"

Amnon Shapira, " The Scroll of Esther as Moral Reform of the Story of Amalek "

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