DEFINING ISRAEL: THE JEWISH STATE, DEMOCRACY, AND THE LAW: Reviewed

Review of Rabinovitch, Alexander Kaye, Contemporary Jewry December 2019, Volume 39, Issue 3–4, pp 543–546 From the review: “Since the early 2000s,...
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TRADITION, INTERPRETATION, AND CHANGE: Reviewed

AJS Review, Volume 43, Issue 2 November 2019, pp. 470-472 Stefan C. Reif St. John’s College University of Cambridge From the...
Tradition, Interpretation, and Change: Studies in the Liturgy of Medieval and Early Modern Ashkenaz

Tradition, Interpretation, and Change: Developments in the Liturgy of Medieval and Early Modern Ashkenaz

Before the Enlightenment, before Spinoza had rejected traditional beliefs about the Bible, came the humanistic skeptics of the Renaissance. Alongside such...
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Like a Dark Rabbi: Modern Poetry and the Jewish Literary Imagination

Before the Enlightenment, before Spinoza had rejected traditional beliefs about the Bible, came the humanistic skeptics of the Renaissance. Alongside such...
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To Fix Torah in Their Hearts

Before the Enlightenment, before Spinoza had rejected traditional beliefs about the Bible, came the humanistic skeptics of the Renaissance. Alongside such...

Now Available: Defining Israel: The Jewish State, Democracy, and the Law

Israel has no constitution, and although it calls itself the Jewish state there is no agreement among Israelis on how that...

On the Surface of Silence reviewed

HUC Press is pleased to share a recent review of Rachel Tzvia Back‘s translation project, On the Surface of Silence: The...

Now Available: Agony in the Pulpit: Jewish Preaching in Response to Nazi Persecution and Mass Murder 1933-1945

Many scholars have focused on contemporary sources pertaining to the Nazi persecution and mass murder of Jews between 1933 and 1945—citing...

Engaging Torah: Modern Perspectives on the Hebrew Bible

In this volume of essays, eminent Jewish scholars from around the world present introductions to the different parts of the Bible...

Lea Goldberg’s Last Poems

Rachel Tzvia Back talks about her new translation of the poems of Lea Goldberg on the World Literature Today blog. From the...

Levi’s Vindication: The “1007 Anonymous” as It Really Is

The “1007 Anonymous,” an imaginative, brief text composed in the third or early fourth decade of the thirteenth century, illustrates the...

On the Surface of Silence: The Last Poems of Lea Goldberg

On the Surface of Silence offers for the first time in English the final poems of Lea Goldberg, pre-eminent and central...

Exile as 福彩app是正规的吗: The Cosmopolitan Poetics of Leyb Naydus

Leyb Naydus (1890–1918) expanded the possibilities of Yiddish poetry via his rich cosmopolitan works, introducing a wealth of themes and forms...

Now Available: Drawing the Holocaust: A Teenager’s Memory of Terezín, Birkenau, and Mauthausen

Twelve-year-old Michael Kraus began keeping a diary while he was still living at 福彩app是正规的吗 in the Czech city of Nachód but...

More New HUCP Backlist Titles in JSTOR

JSTOR is a digital library of more than 2,000 academic journals, 20,000 books, and two million primary sources. It helps people...

Now Available: The Jews in Christian Europe

In The Jews in Christian Europe, Marc Saperstein reorganizes Jacob Rader Marcus's classic reader in medieval Judaism with a new focus...

On the Advantages of a Print and Digital Publishing Strategy

David H. Aaron on the advantages of a print AND digital strategy to maximize access while keeping the book central in...

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