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Introduction: Forum on Cynthia Baker, <i>Jew</i>

Introduction: Forum on Cynthia Baker, Jew

MRB May 6, 2017 0

Shaul Magid and Annette Yoshiko Reed introduce Marginalia’s newest forum As Leopold Zunz once wrote, “Genuine scholarship is generative.” Good scholarship may teach us things we did not know, but genuine scholarship shifts and

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Jews and Muslims in France: Rethinking a History of Conflict, Colonialism, and Coexistence – by Rachel Eva Schley

Jews and Muslims in France: Rethinking a History of Conflict, Colonialism, and Coexistence – by Rachel Eva Schley

Rachel Schley September 10, 2016 0

Rachel Schley on Ethan B. Katz’s The Burdens of Brotherhood For well over a decade there has been an active debate about the increasingly vexed state of Jewish-Muslim relations in France. Since 2000, with

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A Response to the Jew and Judean Forum – By Adele Reinhartz

A Response to the Jew and Judean Forum – By Adele Reinhartz

Adele Reinhartz August 26, 2014 0

Adele Reinhartz wraps up the Jew and Judean Forum I am grateful for these thoughtful responses to my essay on the ioudaioi, and for the opportunity to reflect on them briefly here. The responses

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Jew and Judean: A Forum on Politics and Historiography in the Translation of Ancient Texts

Jew and Judean: A Forum on Politics and Historiography in the Translation of Ancient Texts

MRB August 26, 2014 3

Have scholars erased the Jews from Antiquity? The Marginalia Review of Books aims to host conversations about serious books and important ideas. Taking advantage of the opportunities supplied by new media, we are providing space for constructive debates on the questions that shape how we

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An Invented Revolution – By Jonathan Klawans

An Invented Revolution – By Jonathan Klawans

Jonathan Klawans August 26, 2014 0

Jonathan Klawans in the Jew and Judean Forum Many learned colleagues have written detailed analyses of these matters and I’ve been asked to explain my view. I am glad to do so in this format for I

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The Different Tasks of Translators and Historians – By Daniel R. Schwartz

The Different Tasks of Translators and Historians – By Daniel R. Schwartz

Daniel R. Schwartz August 26, 2014 0

Daniel R. Schwartz in the Jew and Judean Forum The question whether we should use “Jew” or “Judean” when writing about antiquity should, I assume, be approached no differently than other questions concerning the use

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What a Difference a Translation Makes! An Ideological Analysis of the <i>Ioudaios</i> Debate – By James Crossley

What a Difference a Translation Makes! An Ideological Analysis of the Ioudaios Debate – By James Crossley

James Crossley August 26, 2014 0

James Crossley in the Jew and Judean Forum My own take on the recent debate over the translation of ioudaios into English as “Jew” or “Judean” is that the translation itself might not, on

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Concepts and Words – By Malcolm Lowe

Concepts and Words – By Malcolm Lowe

Malcolm Lowe August 26, 2014 0

Malcolm Lowe in the Jew and Judean Forum The contemporary debate over the use of “Judean” or “Jew” when translating ancient texts has its ultimate source in my two long articles in Novum Testamentum (1976,

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<i>Ioudaios</i> before and after “Religion” – By Annette Yoshiko Reed

Ioudaios before and after “Religion” – By Annette Yoshiko Reed

Annette Yoshiko Reed August 26, 2014 0

Annette Yoshiko Reed in the Jew and Judean Forum When did the Greek term ioudaios come to mean “Jew”? The debate surrounding this question exposes the gaps separating contemporary English speakers from the ancient Greek

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