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Recent Content

CFP: Panel on Israeli homonationalism at the 2016 NAPH conference

I am looking for participants in a panel about Israeli homonationalism for the 2016 National Association of Professors of Hebrew conference (Providence, RI, June-21-23).

Please contact me at segalo@cofc.edu 

Oren Segal, College of Charleston 

Homonationalism in Hebrew: Representations in Literature, Drama, and Cinema

Richard Kalmin
Dvora E. Weisberg

Weisberg on Kalmin, 'Migrating Tales: The Talmud's Narratives and Their Historical Context'

Richard Kalmin. Migrating Tales: The Talmud's Narratives and Their Historical Context. Oakland: University of California Press, 2014. 312 pp. $65.00 (cloth), ISBN 978-0-520-27725-0.

Reviewed by Dvora E. Weisberg (Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, Los Angeles)
Published on H-Judaic (October, 2015)
Commissioned by Matthew A. Kraus

A Thousand and One Sasanian Nights

Apt: Jerusalem (Greek Colony) mid October-January

Apt. in Jerusalm: Renovated, furnished 1 bedroom apt

in an excellent quiet location in the Greek Colony (right off Emek Refaim and close to
Ramban Synagogue). Buses to Hebrew University and National Library

Available from mid October till the end of January (or possibly February). The
Kosher apartment comes equipped with Washer, Dryer, AC, Wi-Fi.
If interested please contact judah.galinsky@gmail.com.