3 edition of Travel narratives in Rabbinic literature found in the catalog.
Travel narratives in Rabbinic literature
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Tziona Grossmark ; with a foreword by Susan Weingarten.|
|LC Classifications||BM509.B38 G76 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009052067|
As rabbinic literature will be used as the main source to answer these questions, the course will provide an introduction to the Mishnah, the Palestinian and Babylonian Talmuds, and the Midrash-collections – a literature that defines the character of Judaism down to our own times. All texts will be read in translation. This is the question I wish to address by examining some of the 'contest-narratives' between rabbis and magicians in rabbinic literature, concentrating mostly on a comparison between a discussion Author: John Mandsager.
Acts of Resistance in Talmudic Judicial Narratives. Undergraduate/Graduate Project. Project Information. Lynn Kaye, Brandeis Assistant Professor of Rabbinic Literature and Thought, studies Jewish texts from the Middle East and the Mediterranean in late antiquity and their cultural, religious and legal afterlives through the modern period. By explicating the hermeneutical processes through which biblical narratives become resources for legal norms, this book transforms our understanding of the relationship of law and narrative as well as the ways in which scripture becomes a rabbinic document that .
Baretz’s narratives draw on history, archaeology, academic scholarship, and rabbinic literature for interpretations that enhance the meaning of the biblical events. Each story is told in the voice of Baretz as the tour guide—knowledgeable yet informal and friendly. Prof. Richard Kalmin (Jewish Theological Seminary) will talk on his recently published book, Migrating Tales: The Talmud's Narratives and their Historical Context. The Babylonian Talmud contains a bizarre rabbinic narrative featuring the nephew of the Emperor Titus raising Jesus from the dead to ask him whether or not he should go ahead with his plan to convert to Judaism.
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[Tziona Grossmark]. Get this from a library. Travel Narratives in Rabbinic Literature: Voyages to Imaginary Realms. [Tziona Grossmark] -- As a literary genre travelers' stories have grown out of oral traditions.
These traditions flourished along the trade routes of the ancient world. Indeed the. This article examines a travel narrative of sexual captivity in Rome from rabbinic literature of late antiquity.
By comparing two textual versions, Palestinian and Babylonian, the article discusses not only the dynamics of cultural identity formation as negotiated in the “contact zone” of captivity, but also the tradition history of this tale as it migrated from late antique Palestine to Cited by: 1.
Some critical scholars have suggested that the “Luke Travel Narrative” (Luke ) are not historically and geographically correct. This paper will propose a chronological and historical reconstruction of the last six months of the life of the Lord Jesus Christ based on a harmonization of the “Luke Travel Narrative” and the Gospel.
Rabbinic Stories book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Jeffrey Rubenstein has translated stories from the main works of classical rabbinic literature that were produced by Jewish sages between C.E.
The narratives include stories, legends, /5. Rabbinic Fantasies book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This remarkable anthology of sixteen narratives from ancient and /5. Tziona Grossmark, Travel Narratives in Rabbinic Literature: Voyages to Imaginary Realms," An anthology of 21 Traveler's Tales examining the Talmudic tales as.
"The book will be enjoyed by readers of rabbinic literature, and it is a useful addition to syllabi on the Jewish textual tradition."—Leonard Gordon, Religious Studies Review "Fills an important gap in our understanding of the diversity of Hebrew literary. Biblical literature - Biblical literature - The Book of Enoch: Another book that was written during the period of the apocalyptic movement in which the Dead Sea sect came into existence is the Book of Enoch, or I Enoch.
It was completely preserved in an Ethiopic translation from Greek, and large parts from the beginning and end of the Greek version have been published from two papyri. [Review of the book Travel narratives in rabbinic literature: Voyages to imaginary realms, by T.
Grossmark]. Association of Jewish Libraries: Reviews, I (4), This material can be found here. The achievement of a lifetime from one of today's most eminent Judaic scholars--a landmark commentary on the history of rabbinical teachings in the Christian era: the Mishnah, the Tosefta, the Talmuds, and more.
Rabbinic Conceptions of Men’s Character; Deducing the Theology and Philosophy Underlying Rabbinic Literature. General Principles, Criteria, and Premises; Assessing Contrasting Midrashim and Pronouncements; Summarizing Rabbinic Opinion; Conclusion, Part 1: Interpretations of the Creation and Fall Narratives; Part 2Author: Paul Heger.
Classical rabbinic literature comprises all those ancient Jewish literary compilations which transmit the traditions of tannaitic (70– ce) and amoraic (third-to fifth-century ce) rabbis in Palestine and Babylonia: the Mishnah, the Tosefta, the Palestinian and the Babylonian Talmud, and various midrashim.
Accordingly, rabbinic literature must be seen as a collective rather than an Cited by: 2. The Book of Job, book of Hebrew scripture that is often counted among the masterpieces of world literature. It is found in the third section of the biblical canon known as the Ketuvim (“Writings”). The book’s theme is the eternal problem of unmerited suffering, and it is named after its central.
By explicating the hermeneutical processes through which biblical narratives become resources for legal norms, this book transforms our understanding of the relationship of law and narrative as well as the ways in which scripture becomes a rabbinic document that Brand: Cambridge University Press.
Remapping Travel Narratives, Book Description: With a specific focus on travel narratives, this collection looks at how various Islamic and eastern cultural threads weaved themselves, through travel and trading networks, into Western European/Christian visual culture and discourse and, ultimately, into the artistic explosion which has.
Sarit Kattan Gribetz studies the history of Jews and Christians in antiquity, with a focus on rabbinic literature.
Her first book, titled Time and Difference in Rabbinic Judaism (under contract with Princeton University Press), examines the ways in which time was conceptualized and employed in ancient Jewish texts to create and disrupt Author: Holman Mary Katharine.
The emergence of modern Hebrew literature has too often been represented as a straight line from Enlightenment authors' meliẓa to “Mendele's nusaḥ ” in S.
Abramovitsh's fiction. If we are to move beyond this one-dimensional geometry, we must add additional lines of development: from traditional rabbinic writing in postmishnaic Hebrew, branching out to hasidic narratives and parodies Cited by: 4. The MA program in Jewish Studies offers students an opportunity for dedicated, interdisciplinary study of the history, literatures, and cultures of the Jewish people from biblical to modern times.
It is designed for students who have some college-level preparation in the field and who wish to deepen their expertise in preparation for a PhD program.Rabbinic Prayer: Continuity and Discontinuity with the Bible; From the Bible to The Rabbis: Late Biblical Texts as Transitional; Richard A.
Freund. Rabbinic and New Testament Archaeology: The Top Ten Discoveries of the 21st Century; Robert Goldenberg. Spirituality in the Talmud; Matt Goldish. Jewish Tales from the Responsa: Stories of Jews in a.In an important study entitled The Gospel of Signs, Robert Fortna correctly identified a Jewish-Christian source embedded in the Fourth article is based upon the conclusions of Fortna’s research and explores their significance.
I will also point out additional evidence Fortna overlooked that clarifies the origins and intentions of the Jewish-Christian source embedded in the text.