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Vivian Mann and Daniel Chazin

1 On the responsa as an historical source, see Haym Soloveitchik, The Use of Responsa as Historical Source. A Methodological Introduction ( Jerusalem: Hebrew University and Zalman Shazar Center for Jewish History, 1990) (Hebrew). Two early historical works based on responsa are Louis Rabinowitz

Catherine M. Soussloff

:85. however influential they might have been in the discipline, did not teach about Jewish art. Indeed, they brought with them an erudition and training in the German methodologies of art history that relied essentially and importantly on the history of Christian art in Europe. 49 The attitude toward Jewish

Micha J. Perry

and their relations to Ravyah, see: Aptowitzer, Introductio ad Sefer Rabiah , 4–5, 321–325, 382–385. 12 On responsa literature see: Solomon B. Freehof, The Responsa Literature (Philadelphia: Varda Books, 1955); Bernard D. Weinryb, “Responsa as a Source for History (Methodological Problems

David Rothstein

Samaritan Version and the Masoretic Version (Tel Aviv: Haim Rubin Tel Aviv University Press, 2010), 379. For discussion of the complexities involved in establishing a methodologically critical edition of SP, see Stefan Schorch, “A Critical editio maior of the Samaritan Pentateuch: State of Research

“A Fall of Snow Maintains the Warmth of the Earth”

Léon Brunschvicg in the Eyes of Emmanuel Levinas and the Search for Universalism in Judaism

Hanoch Ben-Pazi

beauty, betrays the thought that it should have served.” 27 4 Brunschvicg and “The French Idealism” Brunschvicg’s greatest philosophical project was his effort to lay the foundations for the future of “French Idealism,” by a re-reading of Descartes’s writings. His strict reflective methodology made it

Ilia Rodov

, “Review of Tale Type and Motif-Indexes: An Annotated Bibliography by David S. Azzolina,” The Journal of American Folklore 102, no. 406 (1989): 479–484. 2 For a brief review of this methodology and its implementation in Noy’s work, see Galit Hasan-Rokem, “The Birth of Scholarship out of the Spirit

Gil Pasternak and Marta Ziętkiewicz

scientific visual methodology that the Landkentnish movement particularly encouraged is striking. Some pages feature high-definition images of the exteriors and interiors of synagogues, pictures of their position in relation to the surrounding environment, and specific descriptions of distinctive

Jonathan Krasner

connection with action.” 70 Fig. 7. Behrman House pioneered the use of color in Jewish supplementary school textbooks with Harry Gersh’s When a Jew Celebrates (1971), illustrated by Erika Weihs. But if the book broke new ground methodologically and content-wise in its effort to personalize the

Emile Schrijver

Modern Auction Catalogues of Jewish Books: Commerce Meeting Scholarship. Some Methodological Reflections 1 The following considerations are based on experience accumulated in two different areas of the Jewish book world: the one related to biblio- graphical scholarship and librarianship and the