Recent Publications (2016 - 2019)

Ruth Adler Ben-Yehuda

Article:

“Examining the Simplified Hebrew in the Learners’ Newspaper Hadshon B’Ivrit Kalla”, in Hebrew Higher Education, a Journal for Methodology and Pedagogy in the University Teaching of Hebrew Language and Literature, Volume 21, pp. 113-118, 2019.

Book review:

Ruth Ben-Yehuda Adler  
Book Review for the textbook Ksharim: A Text Book for Advanced Learners of Hebrew by Avital Feuer, Tal Norman, Shirly Malichi, Rina, Kreitman and Michal Cohen.

Katherina Galor

Book: 

Sa’ed Atshan and Katharina Galor, The Moral Triangle: Germans, Israelis, Palestinians (Durham: Duke University Press, 2020).

Book:

Katharina Galor, Finding Jerusalem: Archaeology between Science and Ideology (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2017).

Edited book: 

Michaela Bauks, Katharina Galor and Judith Hartenstein (eds.), Gender and Social Norms in Ancient Israel, Early Judaism and Christianity. Texts and Material Culture. Proceedings of the conference held at the University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany, February, 18–21, 2016, Journal of Ancient Judaism. Supplements 028 (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht 2019).

Articles and chapters in books:

Katharina Galor, “The Stepped Water Installations of the Western Summit,” in E. M. Meyers, Carol L. Meyers, and B. D. Gordon (eds.), The Architecture, Stratigraphy, and Artifacts of the Western Summit of Sepphoris Vol. 1 (Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 2018), 419–444.

Katharina Galor, “What Were They Wearing? Jewish Women and Social Practice in Late Antiquity,” in Journal of Ancient Judaism. Supplements, Conference on Gender and Social Norms in Ancient Israel, Early Judaism and Christianity. Texts and Material Culture, Proceedings of Conference held at the University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany, February 18–21, 2016 (eds.), M. Bauks, K. Galor and J. Hartenstein (2019), 37–53.

Sa’ed Atshan and Katharina Galor, “Curating Conflict: Four Exhibitions on Jerusalem,” Conflict and Society 6 (2020), 3–29.

Mary Gluck

Book:

The Invisible Jewish Budapest: Genesis of a Metropolitan Culture at the Fin de Siecle University of Wisconsin Press, 2016.

Article:

"Integration and its Discontents: Humorous Magazines and Cabarets as Reflections of the Ambiguous Transformation of Budapest Jews into Magyars of the Jewish Faith"  (forthcoming in Polin).

Jae Han
Articles

“Mani’s Metivta: Manichaean Pedagogy in its Mesopotamian Context,” Harvard Theological Review (Forthcoming)

“‘Once Again He Speaks’: Performance and the Anthological Habit in the Manichaean Kephalaia,” Journal of Late Antiquity (Forthcoming)

“The Baptist Followers of Mani: Reframing the Cologne Mani Codex,” Numen 66 (2019):243–270. 

David Jacobson

Book:

Kismo shel hahissus hanavon: sippuerei hatalmdud batarbut hayisre’elit (Hebrew translation of The Charm of Wise Hesitancy: Talmudic Stories in Contemporary Israeli Culture, translated by Tami Eylon-Ortal), Tel Aviv: Resling, 2020.

Book:

The Charm of Wise Hesitancy: Talmudic Stories in Contemporary Israeli Culture, Boston: Academic Press, 2017.

Article:

Review-Essay on Amos Oz, Judas, translated by Nicholas de Lange (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2016), Moment Magazine, November-December, 2016.

Paul Nahme

Article:

"Wissen und Lomdus:  Idealism, Modernity, and History in some Nineteenth-Century Rabbinic and Philosophical Responses to the Wissenschaft des Judentums", Harvard Theological Review, 110: 1, 2017, forthcoming.

Article:

"God is the Reason: Hermann Cohen's Monotheism and the Liberal Theologico-Political Predicament", Modern Theology, 2017, forthcoming.

Saul Olyan

Book:

Violent Rituals of the Hebrew Bible (Oxford University Press, 2019).

Book:

Friendship in the Hebrew Bible. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2017.

Co-edited book:

Supplementation and the Study of the Hebrew Bible. Providence: Brown Judaic Studies, 2018. (Co-edited with Jacob L. Wright.)

Article: 

“The Literary Dynamic of Loyalty and Betrayal in the Aramaic Ahiqar Narrative,” forthcoming, Journal of Near Eastern Studies.

Article:

“Are there Legal Texts in the Hebrew Bible that Evince a Concern for Animal  Rights?” Biblical Interpretation 27 (2019): 321-39.

Article:

“Gender-Specific Uncleanness in the Hebrew Bible,” in Gender and Social Norms in Ancient Israel, Early Judaism and Christianity, ed. Michaela Bauks et al. Journal of Ancient Judaism Supplements. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2018.

Rachel Rojanski
Book:
Yiddish in israel: A History, Indiana University Press, 2020.
Article:

"Forverts/Forward.” In Oxford Bibliographies in Jewish Studies. Ed. Naomi Seidman. New York: Oxford University Press, 2020.

Michael Satlow

Book:

Strength to Strength: Essays in Honor of Shaye J. D. Cohen (editor; Brown Judaic Studies, 2018)

Book:

Judaism and the Economy: A Sourcebook (editor; Routledge, 2018)

Book:

Comment la Bible est dévenue sacrée ( translation of How the Bible Became Holy; Labor et Fides, 2018)

Article:

“Reading without History,” in Ken Brown, Alison L. Joseph, and Brennan Breed, eds., Reading Other Peoples’ Texts: Social Identity and the Reception of Authoritative Traditions (London:  T&T Clark, 2020), 50-67

Article:

“Defining Judaism: The Case of Philo,” in Nickolas P. Roubekas, ed., “Theorizing ‘Religion’ in Antiquity” (South Yorkshire: Equinox, 2019), 245-264

Article:

“The Poor and Their Relief in the Mishnah: An Economic Analysis,” Studies in Judaism, Humanities, and Social Sciences 2 (2019): 61-72

Adam Teller

Book:

Money, Power, and Influence in Eighteenth-Century Lithuania,  The Jews on the Radziwill Estates, Stanford University Press, 2016.

Article:

 "History's Economic Underpinning", Stanford University Press blog, 2016.

Lawrence Wills

Book:

 Jewish Annotated Apocrypha (co-edited with Jonathan Klawans; New York: Oxford University Press, 2020)

Book:

Judith (Hermeneia series; Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2019)

Article: 

"Why the Passive Protagonist in Wisdom of Solomon 2–5?" Journal of Religious Competition in Antiquity 1 (2019): 48–61

Article:

"The Jewishness of the Gospel of Mark," in Isaac Kalimi, ed., Bridging Between Sister Religions: Studies of Jewish and Christian Scriptures Offered in Honor of Prof. John T. Townsend (Leiden: Brill, 2017), 69–86

Article:

“Jew, Judean, Judaism in the Ancient Period: An Alternative Argument,” Journal of Ancient Judaism 7 (2016): 169-93.