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Edited by Giuseppe Veltri (Leopold-Zunz-Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Halle-Wittenberg)
Studies in Jewish History and Culture aims to present a wide spectrum of studies that cover Jewish history, society, and culture from antiquity to the present. The series seeks to highlight diversity within Judaism as well as the interaction between Jewish and non-Jewish civilizations. ...
The book deals with the process of canonization of the Greek Torah; the use and abuse of the translation(s) of Aquila in Patristic and Rabbinic literature and the substitution of Aquila by Onkelos in Babylonian academies.
In this collection of articles, written over a decade of research, the author explores the fascinating worlds of Jewish literature and cultural history, mainly focussing on various aspects of Jewish hermeneutics of Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages. The interpretation of the past is the main ...
Edited by Giuseppe Veltri and Gianfranco Miletto
Judah ben Joseph Moscato (c.1533–1590) was one of the most distinguished rabbis, authors, and preachers of the Italian-Jewish Renaissance. This volume is a record of the proceedings of an international conference organized in Mantua and consists of contributions on Moscato and his intellectual ...
Edited by Resianne Fontaine, Ruth Glasner, Reimund Leicht, and Giuseppe Veltri
An hommage to Gad Freudenthal, this volume offers studies on the history of science and on the role of science in medieval and early-modern Jewish cultures, investigating various aspects of processes of knowledge transfer and scientific cross-cultural contacts,
Edited by Gianfranco Miletto and Giuseppe Veltri. In Conjunction with Yehuda Halper and Giacomo Corazzol
Judah ben Joseph Moscato (c.1533–1590) was one of the most distinguished rabbis, authors, and preachers of the Italian-Jewish Renaissance. The book Sefer Nefuṣot Yehudah belongs to the very centre of his homiletic and philosophical oeuvre.
Edited by Gianfranco Miletto and Giuseppe Veltri. In Conjunction with Giacomo Corazzol, Regina Grundmann, Don Harrán (Sermon I), Yonatan Meroz, Brian Ogren and Adam Shear
Judah ben Joseph Moscato (c.1533–1590) was one of the most distinguished rabbis, authors, and preachers of the Italian-Jewish Renaissance. The book Sefer Nefus;.ot Yehudah belongs to the very centre of his homiletic and philosophical oeuvre.
Edited by Maria Diemling and Giuseppe Veltri
This volume explores perceptions of the "Jewish body" in variety of early modern Jewish sources. It discusses, among other topics, ideas of the ideal body in normative sources, the influence of Kabbalistic ideas on Jewish-Christian discourse and the link between melancholy and exile.
Edited by Giuseppe Veltri and Gerold Necker
The present volume offers a fresh look at the crucial role which Christan Hebraism played in the development of the humanities and modern philology. Christian theology, Jewish tradition and linguistic interest had an irreversible impact on the understanding of holy texts and language.
The book deals with the coordinates of “modernity” as premises of Jewish philosophy in the Renaissance and early modern period.
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