6 edition of Rabbinic Fantasies found in the catalog.
March 30, 1998 by Yale University Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||David Stern (Editor), Mark Jay Mirsky (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||384|
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Miriam Peskowitz offers a dramatic revision to our understanding of early rabbinic Judaism. Using a wide range of sources—archaeology, legal texts, grave goods. Rabbinic writings, the Talmud, Madrash, Torah, Mishna, Tosefta, Haggada: THE STORY OF AHIKAR: Babylonia Talmud account of the Roman destruction of Jerusalem: LIFE OF Rabbinic Fantasies book AND EVE: The Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs: SIBYLLINE ORACLES: SIBYLLINE ORACLES--appendix with early Christian commentary: BOOK Rabbinic Fantasies book.
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Presenting the captivating world of rabbinic storytelling, it reveals facets of the Jewish experience and tradition that would otherwise have remained unknown and examines the surprisingly deep Price: $ Rabbinic Fantasies by David Stern,available at Rabbinic Fantasies book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(13).
This important book by Julia Watts Belser demands that we look again at rabbinic responses to the Roman conquest of Jerusalem. Rabbinic Tales of Destruction: Gender, Sex and Disability in the Ruins of Jerusalem has three greatBelser leads the reader through complex passages of rabbinic.
David Stern is Harry Starr professor of classical and modern Jewish and Hebrew literature at Harvard is the author and editor of thirteen books, including Parables in Midrash, Rabbinic Fantasies.
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Peskowitz. University of California Press. Rabbinic Theology and Israelite Prophecy: Primacy of the Torah, Narrative of the World to Come, Doctrine of Repentance and Atonement, and the Reading of the Prophets (Studies in Judaism) by. David Stern is Ruth Meltzer Professor of Classical Hebrew Literature at the University of Pennsylvania.
He is the author or editor of numerous books, including Rabbinic Fantasies: Imaginative Narratives from Classical Hebrew Literature (), Parables in Midrash: Narrative and Exegesis in Rabbinic.
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David Stern, “The Rabbinic Bible in its Sixteenth Century Context,” in Adam Shear and Joseph Hacker, eds., The Hebrew Book in Early Modern Italy (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press), 78.
David Stern is a professor in the Dept. of Oriental Studies at the Univ. of Pennsylvania, and is the author of Parables in Midrash, and is co-editor of Rabbinic Fantasies: Narratives from Classical Hebrew. As she writes, "this book is about how the early rabbis used fantasies about spinning and the spinning of fantasy to make gender into sense" (p.
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We cannot understand violent rabbinic fantasies about death by stoning without also considering an equally prominent fantasy: As Rabbi Tarfon and Rabbi Akiva famously said, “If we had Author: Benjamin Resnick.
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