Departmental Papers (Religious Studies)

Document Type

Journal Article

Date of this Version

2010

Publication Source

Jewish Quarterly Review

Volume

100

Issue

2

Start Page

193

Last Page

196

DOI

10.1353/jqr.0.0083

Abstract

In this issue we continue our celebration of the Jewish Quarterly Review's first century on American soil. This issue focuses on classical and rabbinic Judaism. Considering the topic, a certain question arises: To what extent is the very enterprise of Jewish studies a fundamentally rabbinic one? And yet, perusing the tables of contents of the preceding four hundred or so issues, the precise place of rabbinics remains strangely elusive.

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Keywords

Natalie B. Dohrmann, Jewish Quarterly Review, Rabbinic Judaism, Jewish Studies, Jewish Academia

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Date Posted: 08 September 2017

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