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C. Philipp E. Nothaft

Menstruation in History and Anthropology,” Journal of Psychohistory 15 (1988): 311–323; David S. Katz, “Shylock’s Gender: Jewish Male Menstruation in Early Modern England,” The Review of English Studies 50 (1999): 440–462; John L. Beusterien, “Jewish Male Menstruation in Seventeenth-Century Spain

Tsila Rädecker

, Bridewealth and Dowry (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1973). 8 Cf. Garthine Walker “Expanding the Boundaries of Female Honour in Early Modern England,” Transactions of the Royal Historical Society 6 (1996): 235–245, Shira Wolosky, “Foucault and Jewish Feminism: The Me∫ḥitza as Dividing Practice

David Malkiel

. 28. On scepticism and het- erodoxy in late medieval and early modern England, see also Keith Thomas, Religion and the Decline of Magic , New York 1971, pp. 169–172. The Rimini Papers 107 soul ceases to exist at death and hence denied resurrection. Other schools of thought accepted resurrection