TOC The Jewish Bookshop of the World Aspects of Print and Manuscript Culture in Early Modern Amsterdam Special issue Studia Rosenthaliana 2020, Vol. 46, No. 1/2

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January 1, 2021
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Netherlands

TOC The Jewish Bookshop of the World Aspects of Print and Manuscript Culture in Early Modern Amsterdam Special issue Studia Rosenthaliana 2020, Vol. 46, No. 1/2  

This issue marks the relaunch of Studia RosenthalianaJournal of the History, Culture and Heritage of the Jews in the Netherlands as an diamond open access journal

It can be read here:

https://mbii.nl/studia-rosenthaliana-en/

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

The Jewish Bookshop of the World

Aspects of Print and Manuscript Culture in Early Modern Amsterdam

Special issue
Studia Rosenthaliana 2020, Vol. 46, No. 1/2

No. 1
Preface by the editors-in-chief - Relaunching Studia Rosenthaliana

Introduction to the special issue

The Jewish Bookshop of the World - Aspects of Print and Manuscript Culture in Early Modern Amsterdam

THEODOR DUNKELGRÜN

Rabbi Moshe Zacuto and the Kabbalistic Circle of Amsterdam

ELIEZER BAUMGARTEN AND URI SAFRAI

Four Editions, Four Faces, One Book - Printing the Shulḥan Arukh in Amsterdam, 1661-1708 ELAD SCHLESINGER

Jews and Christians United - The 1701 Prosecution of Oliger Paulli and his Dutch Printers

JEANNINE KUNERT AND ALEXANDER VAN DER HAVEN

From Menasseh ben Israel to Solomon Proops - Amsterdam Jewish Druckwesen in the library of Isaiah Sonne

MARTINA MAMPIERI

Book reviews

No. 2
Elijah of Fulda and the 1710 Amsterdam Edition of the Palestinian Talmud YAKOV Z. MAYER

“They say I am becoming greater than my peers”. An Apprentice-Scribe in Early Eighteenth-century Amsterdam

RONI COHEN

Rabbis with Inky Fingers - Making an Eighteenth-Century Hebrew Book between North Africa and Amsterdam

NOAM SIENNA

Benyamin Dias Brandon’s Orot Hamiṣvot (1753) - Halacha and Polemics in Eighteenth-Century Amsterdam AHUVIA GOREN

Eager to Belong - A Palestinian Jew in Eighteenth-Century Amsterdam

ODED COHEN

Book reviews

Also: listen to our podcast celebrating the re-launch of Studia in which @emileschrijver talks with the guest editor of our latest issue dr. Theodor Dunkelgrün on Print and Manuscript Culture in Early Modern Amsterdam. https://feeds.buzzsprout.com/1501603.rss

 

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