TOC: The Jewish Law Annual 21

We are pleased to announce the publication of Volume 21 of The Jewish Law Annual (2015) (Eng):

Table of Contents:

Hanina Ben-Menahem: Free Will and Coercion in the Talmud: A Preliminary Taxonomy

Itzhak Brand: On suspicion: Justice, Ethics, and Society – between Rationalism and Pietism

Warren Zev Harvey: Albo on Repentance and Coercion

Yishai Kiel: Noahide Law and the Inclusiveness of Sexual Ethics: Between Roman Palestine and Sasanian Babylonia

PUB: "A Typology of Colonialism" (AHA Perspectives, October 2015)

In the past several years, settler colonial theory has taken over my field, Native American studies. Comparative indigenous histories focused especially on British-descended “settler colonies”—Canada, New Zealand, Australia, and the United States—have proliferated. And settler colonial theory is now dogma. At my last two conference presentations, a fellow panelist was astonished that I didn’t deploy it.

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