EDITED VOLUME TOC: Be-Ron Yaḥad: Studies in Jewish Thought and Theology in Honor of Nehemia Polen

Academic Studies Press is pleased to announce the publication of Be-Ron Yaḥad: Studies in Jewish Thought and Theology in Honor of Nehemia Polen, edited by Ariel Evan Mayse & Avraham Yizhak Green.

August 2019 | 580 pp.
9781644690192 | $129.00 | Hardcover

Conference: Land and Spirituality in Rabbinic Literature, Yeshiva University Center for Israel Studies, Mar. 3, 2019

International Conference

Land and Spirituality in Rabbinic Literature

A day in memory of Professor Yaakov Elman ז"ל

 

Sunday March 3, 2019, Belfer Hall 218, Wilf Campus, Yeshiva University, 2525 Amsterdam Avenue, 9:00 AM-5:30 PM

 

Participation is free of charge, though registration is required @ 

https://www.yu.edu/cis/news-events

 

CFP: American Comparative Literature Association Conference at Georgetown University, March 2019

CFP for ACLA 2019, at Georgetown University, March 7-10.

Religion, Ethics, and the Secular in Literature: Intermediality, Intervention, or Conflict of the Faculties? Sponsored seminar by the ICLA Committee on Religion, Ethics, and Literature.  

Research Query: Literature on what counts as rabbinics

Looking for articles that wrestle with the scope of rabbinics. Not sure how to explain more, but I'm not looking for a reading list on the formation of the Talmud. Is there an academic conversation on what counts as rabbinics? Is that too broad of a discipline? This could either be a discussion about the academic field of "rabbinics" or a discussion about what does or does not count as "rabbinic literature."

Thanks,

Josh

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