Studies in Musar

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Patrick Benjamin Koch
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Studies in Musar aims at strengthening the study of Jewish devotional literature and spiritual guidance (musar) in the field of Jewish studies. Covering all geographical areas and languages, the series focuses on the great diversity and versatility of musar from the Middle Ages to contemporary times and its place in philosophical, rabbinic, kabbalistic, Sabbatean, Hasidic, Lithuanian, and New Age thought. The Series particularly promotes comparative research that reads musar in the context of Christian and Islamic spirituality, as well as interdisciplinary approaches that adopt innovative methodologies from the anthropology of religion, gender and feminist studies, the history of emotions, the history of the Hebrew book, linguistics, literary criticism, and ritual studies.

Studies in Musar is a double-blind peer-reviewed subseries of Studies in Jewish History and Culture. Monographs, collected volumes, as well as editions and translations of high scholarly standard are welcome.

Patrick Benjamin Koch, PhD (HUJI) is Emmy Noether Research Group Leader of the “Jewish Moralistic Writings of the Early Modern Period” project at the Institute for Jewish Philosophy and Religion at the University of Hamburg, Germany.
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Isaiah Horowitz’s Shnei Luhot Ha-Berit and the Pietistic Transformation of Jewish Theology
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