The Brill Reference Library of Judaism

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The Brill Reference Library of Judaism presents research on fundamental problems in the study of the authoritative texts, beliefs and practices, events and ideas, of the Judaic religious world from the Hellenistic period to the present. Systematic accounts of principal phenomena characteristic of Judaic life, works of a theoretical character, accounts of movements and trends, diverse expressions of the faith, all will find a place in the series, alongside new translations of and commentaries on classical texts.

The series published an average of 3,5 volumes per year over the last 5 years.
Alan J. Avery-Peck is Kraft-Hiatt Professor in Judaic Studies in the Religious Studies Department of the College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, Massachusetts. Alongside his many publications on Rabbinic Judaism, he is editor of Review of Rabbinic Judaism: Ancient, Medieval and Modern (Brill).

William Scott Green is Senior Vice Provost and Dean of Undergraduate Education, University of Miami. He is author or editor of several books on ancient Judaism and also has written broadly on religion and higher education. He served two terms as editor of the Journal of the American Academy of Religion and is editor of Chicago Studies in the History of Judaism.
Herbert Basser (Queen's University)
Bruce D. Chilton (Bard College)
Mayer I.Gruber (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev)
Ithamar Gruenwald (Tel Aviv University)
Arkady Kovelman (Moscow State University)
Baruch A. Levine (New York University)
Allan Nadler (Drew University)
Jacob Neusner Z"l (Bard College)
Maren Niehoff (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
Gary G. Porton (University of Illinois)
Aviezer Ravitzky (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
Dov Schwartz (Bar Ilan University)
Günter Stemberger (University of Vienna)
Michael E. Stone (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
Elliot R. Wolfson (University of California, Santa Barbara)
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