This is a volume of research in Hebrew literature, dedicated to Prof. Avidav Lipsker - Researcher of Early and New Hebrew Prose and Historian of Hebrew Literature.
This collection of articles, "A New Spirit in the Palace of Torah", is dedicated to Prof. Tamar Ross. The articles, written by top researchers in interdisciplinary fields, seek to touch upon questions of infrastructure that resonate with her thought, and
This volume is dedicated to the late Supreme Court President Dorit Beinisch.
"Davar Tikva" is a collection of studies in the literature of the Middle Ages in the centers of poetry and their branches.
This collection deals with issues of poetry, literature, psychology, philosophy and art.
This volume is dedicated to Daniel Sperber, the world-renowned, Israel Prize-winning Jewish studies scholar, rabbinic authority, and mentor to many in Bar-Ilan University and beyond. It illustrates some of his frequently trodden and diverse paths.
This is a compilation of studies on the Mishna in Tractate Horayot.
This collection contains a variety of studies in Jewish philosophy, dedicated in honor of Professor Aviezer Ravitzky.
This collection sets out for the reader an approach to Biblical study that recognises how the combination of various disciplines may deepen one’s understanding of scripture.
This collection contains a variety of studies in Jewish philosophy, dedicated in honor of Rabbi Dr. Aharon Lichtenstein, winner of the Israel Prize for Jewish Religious Literature for 2014.
Mahbarot Liyehudit is a collection of studies on medieval literature research presented to Professor Judith Dishon in recognition of her many years of work in the field.
This collection includes a selection of some of the articles that Prof. Moshe Beer published in his lifetime. His research deals with the history of the Jewish people in the periods of the Second Temple, the Mishnah and the Talmud in Eretz Israel and Baby
The issue On the Brink: Liminality in Literature and Culture sets out to explore different aspects of geographical, anthropological and cultural border situations, and cross-cultural encounters within and outside of Hebrew literature. The condition of soc
. Shimon Sharvit, Professor Emeritus at Bar-Ilan University and a member of the Academy of the Hebrew Language, is an outstanding scholars of all aspects of mishnaic Hebrew: pronunciation, morphology, syntax and semantics, vocalization systems and ling
The volume deals with two main areas: religious customs of Ashkenaz and Jewish leadership in Ashkenaz in medieval and early modern times. The articles on customs examine the history of customs in early Ashkenaz in particular, and the development of variou
Collection of articles dealing with different views on Repentance and Redemption from a philosophic perspective. The collection focuses on the’approach of Jewish philosophers, beginning with the teachings of Rav Yosef Albo and the Maharal of Prague and co
Collection of articles by distinguished scholars, among them friends and students of Prof. Mirsky. Besides the central subject, which is the poetry and liturgy of different communities, periods and styles, included also are studies on biblical exegesis an
This book compiles over thirty years of study, during which the author has articulated and developed the concept of ''philosophic mysticism'', that is, the type of mysticism that grows out of rigorous philosophical reflection but clearly alludes to a myst
A collection of articles focusing on different aspects of modern Jewish history. Common to all these studies is the conflict between tradition and innovation in modern Jewish society, as reflected in Jewish communities in the Diaspora, the Jewish Yishuv i
The book deals with the halakhic and exegetical meanings underlying the halakhic Midrashim and shows how they enhance the understanding of the plain meaning of the Mishna. It also traces the development of halakhic concepts and their changes in Amoraic Li
Thirty-two articles by prominent Israeli scholars examine different aspects of the Hebrew language from ancient to modern times.
Collected studies on nature and agriculture, archaeology, history, geography and religious life in the Land of Israel. Numerous plates and maps.
Andrew Sharf, who died in 1990, is acknowledged as an outstanding authority on Byzantine-Jewish and Armenian history. The present volume contains 18 of his papers, classics in their field.
This volume is composed of articles representing the latest research on the works of Agnon by some of the most outstanding scholars in Israel and the world. In these original and fascinating studies we find models for annotated critical editions, studies
A selection of articles presented to Emanuel Rackman, including essays on his personality and his contribution to the Jewish and academic communities. The articles reflect Prof. Rackman's main fields of interest: Jewish Philosophy, Jewish Law and Halakhah
The book surveys and examines the formation and development of the laws, concepts and principles that moulded Halakhah through the course of generations. Special attention is given to the dynamics of change and innovation in Halakhah, to its intimate asso
Articles on subjects of interest to Prof. Ratzaby in the fields of poetry and Piyyut, Yemenite Jewry, Sa'adia Gaon, Hebrew Language and Hebrew Literature. The book represents the latest discoveries by leading scholars in each of these areas and other subj
The essays in this volume are devoted to the study of diverse trends in Jewish thinking, comprising Rabbinic Thought, Medieval and Modern Jewish Philosophy, Kabbalah and Hasidism.
A collection of articles on the vital issues of Israel's unity, Jewish identity, Hebrew language and their significance for education.
Collected papers in honor of the poet Shin Shalom on the occasion of his 75th birthday. The seven lectures deal with the influence of Jewish mysticism on Hebrew poetry in medieval and modern times.
Issued in honour of Leon Nemoy, scholar in Judeo-Arabic and Karaite studies, contains essays in Hebrew philosophy, literature and bibliography, Islamic studies and Karaite texts.