This new collection of essay on the history of French Jewries with 1050 pages has just been published: Histoire juive de la France, ed. Sylvie Anne Goldberg (Michel Albin, 2023).
The Encyclopedia of Jewish-Christian Relations Online receives more and more articles. Among the newest is an essay by Eyal Levinson on family.
Y. Tzvi Langermann, Before Maimonides: A New Philosophical Dialogue in Hebrew. Études sur le judaïsme médiéval, 96 (Brill, 2024).
Read Jonathan Ray’s new article about “Antisemitism in Spain – A Historical Survey” in The Routledge History of Antisemitism, ed. Mark Weitzmann, Robert J. Williams, and James Wald (London, 2023), 220–27.
Read the new article by Ofi Haim about “Jews, Landlords and Peasants in the Ghaznavid Bamiyan Hinterland. A Private Archive from the Eleventh Century (Bamiyan Papers/Afghan Genizah)” in Atiqot 112 (2023): 201–24.
Every image we create is a mirror that reflects a way of seeing. We look at the world and at others in relation to ourselves, through our own mentality and attitude. Using a broad selection of works, this exhibition recreates a medieval mirror that shows how Jews and conversos (converts to Christianity) were portrayed by Christians in Spain from 1285 to 1492.Continue reading Exhibition and Catalogue The Lost Mirror. Jews and Conversos in Medieval Spain
The new issue of AJS Review 47.2 (2023) features the article “To Sing on Shabbat, Night and Day, Each Person at Their Table”: On the Formation of the Custom of Singing Shabbat Zemirot in Medieval Europe by Albert E. Kohn.
IMAGES offers several new articles with medieval content in the online pre-print version.
Edited by Eitan P. Fishbane & Elisha Russ-Fishbane
Academic Studies Press, October 2023
Read the new post at the blog of the Genizah Research Unit about the new book volume Book and Article: Literary Snippets. Colophons Across Space and Time, ed. Geroge A. Kiraz and Sabine Schmidtke (Gorgias Press, 2023).