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Jewish Quarterly Review
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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Natalie B. Dohrmann, Jewish Quarterly Review, Rabbinic Judaism, Jewish Studies, Jewish Academia
Dohrmann, Natalie B., "100 Years of JQR and Rabbinic Judaism" (2010). Departmental Papers (Religious Studies). 7.
Date Posted: 08 September 2017
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