The Encyclopedia of Jewish-Christian Relations Online receives more and more articles. Among the newest is an essay by Eyal Levinson on family.
Read about how Ben Outhwaite introduced the Cairo Geniza to Radio Maria and listen to it.
Read the blog post by Lyudmila Sholokhova about “the beauty of Jewish Italian medieval poetry [which] found its pinnacle in the sonnets of Immanuel of Rome (1261, Rome–c 1335, Fermo), and the Dorot Jewish Division at the New York Public Library is fortunate to house the earliest editions of his works in its collection.”
Nick Poseguy write bout “The Long Road to Samarqand: Reverse-Engineering the Travels of a 12th-Century Andalusi Muslim (T-S Ar.53.39)” in the new Fragment of the months post of the Taylor-Schechter Genizah Research Unit.
This lecture took place at the Central European University.
Julia Krivoruchko examines Greek-Coptic exercises in Hebrew script in T-S Ar.35.109 in her fragment of the month post via Taylor-Schechter Genizah Research Unit.
The EAJS Digital Forum, in collaboration with the Taube Department of Jewish Studies, is pleased to announce the “Digital Mapping Approaches to European Jewish History” workshop. This workshop is part of a series of workshops and seminars by the EAJS Digital Forum designed to respond to DH challenges for European Jewish studies.Continue reading EAJS Digital Forum Workshop 2023: Digital Mapping Approaches to European Jewish History
Daniel Lord Smail explains “Astrugona’s oralh” in his new entry via DALME.
The École Pratique des Hautes Études, ” the School of Advanced Studies ” within Paris Sciences Lettres University, is inviting applications from French and international research students for an online course cluster “Hebrew Manuscripts in the Digital Age: Palaegraphy, Edition, Cataloguing”.Continue reading HMDA: Hebrew Manuscripts in the Digital Age: Palæography, Edition, Cataloguing
The Library of Congress has digitized 33 manuscipts, which you can now adore. Some of them are medieval Hebrew manuscripts.