• ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​A. List of Published Papers


  • ​Abbou Hershkovits, Keren, "Medical Services and Abbasid Ladies", HAWWA 12:1, (2014) pp. 121-136

Amram, Azri, “Digesting the Massacre: Food Tours in Palestinian Towns in Israel," Gastron​omica, vol. 19.4, (2019) pp. 61-74.


Amram, Amram. "Fifty Shades of Kosher: Negotiating Kashrut in Palestinian Food Spaces in Israel" Food, Culture, and Society (forthcoming)


​Amram, Azri, “Intimacy and Nationalism in the Palestinian Restaurant in Israel: Visual images in the Restaurant Space", in: Eitan, M., Bartal, A. and Vered, R. (eds), Thoughts on Meals in Visual and Material Culture, Bezalel (2021) [Hebrew]


Arad, Pnina, “Landscape and Iconicity: Proskynetaria of the Holy Land from the Ottoman Period​,” The Art Bulletin 100 no. 4 (2018) pp. 62–80.

 

Ashur, Amir, "A Genizah Fragment of Saadya Gaon’s Bible Translation Copied by Mevōrākh b. Nāthān in the 12th Century", together with Tamar Zewi from the University of Haifa, in Astarté. Estudios del Oriente Próximo y el Mediterráneo, Cordova, Spain, (2019).

Ashur, Amir, 'A marriage contract written according to the Eretz-Israeli Tradition, written under the authority of Masliah Gaon from the Damascus Geniza', Pe'amim 135 (2013), pp. 163-170 [Hebrew]

Ashur, Amir, 'Autograph Instructions by Maimonides regarding Aid to the Needy and to Functionaries', Ginzei Qedem 9 (2013), pp.83˗94 [Hebrew]


​​Ashur, Amir, and Outhwaite, Ben, 'Between Egypt and Yemen in the Cairo Genizah', Journal of Islamic Manuscripts 5 (2014), pp. 198-219​

​Ashur, Amir, and Outhwaite, Ben, "Addressing the Rambam: JTS ENA 4020.56", in Cambridge University Library's Fragment of the Month: (March 2020)

Ashur, Amir, and Zewi​, Tamar, "​​Early Genizah Fragments Of Saadya Gaon's Bible Translation Copied By Samuel B. Shechaniah B. Amram", Journal of Semitic Studies, Volume 65, Issue 2, (2020), pp. 435–472​



Orian, Matan “Leviticus 22:25 and Sacrifices by Gentiles" Jewish Studies Quarterly (forthcoming)

 

Orian, Matan “Spartans or Samaritans? Revealing the Creativity of the Author of I Maccabees." Harvard Theological Review (forthcoming)​​


Pere, Casanellas, ​and Hames, Harvey J. ​'A Textual and Contextual Analysis of the Hebrew Gospels translated from Catalan', Melilah 11 (2014) pp. 68-81


​Popa, Catalin-Stefan, "Syrians and the Appeal to Abraham in the Early Islamic Times​", Abraham's Family, a Network of Meaning in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, Ed. by Lukas Bormann (2018), pp. 465-475


Popa, Cătălin-Ștefan "East Syriac Theological Instruction and Anti-Chalcedonian Identity in Nisibis in Late Antiquity", Review of Ecunemical Studies, Vol 11, (2019)

Popa, Cătălin-Ștefan​ "From Polarization to Cohabitation in the New Middle ​East", A. Mladinoiu (eds), Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz publisher (2020)


Popa, Cătălin-Ștefan “An Old Theme in a New Frame. The Genealogy of Miracles in the Syriac Literature Encountering Early Islam", Journal of the Canadian Society for Syriac Studies, 20, (2020) pp. 58-70

 

Popa, Cătălin-Ștefan​ “Royal elements and Political structures in Dionysius Bar Salībī's Treatise against the Arabs", The Harp vol. XXXVI (2020) pp. 17-36.

 

Popa, Cătălin-Ștefan​ and Shachar, Uri “The Notion of Power in Dionysius Bar Ṣalībī's Treatise Against the Jews", ARAM periodical, 32:1-2, pp. (2020) 113-127.

 

Popa, Cătălin-Ștefan “Für und Wider das Pilgern. Argumente aus dem Ethikon des Barhäbraeus", in Martin Tamcke, Egbert Schlarb (eds.), Überleben, Pilgern, Begegnen im Orientalischen Christentum. Festschrift für Wolfgang Hage zum 85. Geburtstag (col. Göttinger Orientforschungen, I. Reihe: Syriaca, vol. 60), Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, (2020) pp. 127-134. 

 

Popa, Cătălin-Ștefan “They are Called Enemies of the Truth for the Magnitude of their Lie. Literary Strategies for Re-framing the Confessional Borders in Elijah of Nisibis' Kitāb al-burhān ʿalā ṣaḥīḥ al-īmān", Journal of Eastern Christian Studies, Peeters (2021)

 

Popa, Cătălin-Ștefan​ “Letter of Catholicos Gīwargīs I to Mīnā", edition and translation of the Syriac text based on Ms. Al-Qosh 169, Vat. Syr. 598, Borg. Syr. 82, Trichur Syr. 65, in Corpus Christianorum Conciliorum Oecumenicorum Generaliumque Decreta 5: The Councils of the Armenian, Syriac and Coptic Churches, Turnhout: Brepols (2021).

 

Popa, Cătălin-Ștefan​ “Similarity and Difference in the Syriac World of Psalms. Divine Majesty and Eschatology in Psalm 29 according to Išōʿdād of Merv's and Barhebraeus' Exegesis", in Erkki Koskenniemi, David Willgren (eds.), David, Messianism and Eschatology in the Book of Psalms: Ambiguity in the reception history of the Bible in Judaism and Christianity, Pennsylvania State University Press, (2020) pp. 338-353.

 

Popa, Cătălin-Ștefan “Die Begegnung der Ostsyrer mit dem Mar Sabas Kloster beziehungsweise mit der chalzedonischen Orthodoxie Palästinas zu spätsassanidischer und frühislamischer Zeit", in Shabo Talay (ed.), Überleben im Schatten. Geschichte und Kultur des syrischen Christentums. Beiträge des 10. Deutschen Syrologentages an der Freie Universität Berlin 2018 (col. Göttinger Orientforschungen, I. Reihe: Syriaca, vol. 58), Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, (2020) pp. 203-212.

 

Popa, Cătălin-Ștefan​ “The Dynamics of the Philosophical and Theological Cultures in the Levant and Mesopotamia in Late Antiquity (6th-9th c.). A Glimpse into the Transfer of Aristotle from Greek Culture into Syriac and Arabic", The International Journal of Levant Studies 1, (2019) pp. 273-284.

 

Popa, Cătălin-Ștefan​ “Two Daughters Competing for Christ. Jacob of Sarug on Edessa and Jerusalem", in Antti Laato (ed.), Understanding the Spiritual Meaning of Jerusalem in Three Abrahamic Religions (Studies on the Children of Abraham 6) Leiden: Brill, (2019) pp. 161-171.​


  • ​Rachman-Schrire, Yamit "A voyage to the land of mirrors: Felix Fabri’s narration of the Virgin Mary’s pilgrimages as a model for late medieval Mendicant piety​", Journal of Medieval History, 46:5, (2020) pp. 596-620, DOI: 10.1080/03044181.2020.1811134


  • Rachman-Schrire, Yamit “Preaching in the Holy Land: Sermons integrated in Felix Fabri's Evagatorium in Terrae Sanctae Arabiae et Aegypti peregrinationem", New Directions in Latin Travel Literature, Das Mittelalter: Beihefte series (De Gruyter) (forthcoming)​

     

    Sabato, David “'Meat from the Heavens': The Prohibition on Meat Consumption Imposed on Adam and the Jewish-Christian Polemic", in: Harvard Theological Review (forthcoming)​


    Schmitt, Sophia. J. with Furst, Rachel “Alles, was Recht ist. Zum Umgang mit Licht, Luft und Privatsphäre in mittelalterlichen Nachbarschaften". In: Münchner Beiträge zur Jüdischen Geschichte und Kultur 1: (2020)​ pp. 45-63.


  • Schmitt, Sophia. J. with Furst, Rachel. (eds.) “Tür an Tür im Mittelalter. Jüdisch-christliche Nachbarschaft vor dem Ghetto.“ (with introduction). Münchner Beiträge zur Jüdischen Geschichte und Kultur (2020)​


  • Schmitt, Sophia. J. with Furst, Rachel “Law and Disorder in Medieval Ashkenaz. A Rabbinic Response in Local Context", In: Medieval Ashkenaz. Papers in Honour of Alfred Haverkamp held at the 17th World Congress of Jewish Studies, Jerusalem 2017, ed. by Christoph Cluse and Jörg Müller, Wiesbaden (2021)​ pp. 285-303


  • Schmitt, Sophia J. “Höre meine Stimme! Verteidigungsstrategien der Regensburger Juden gegen reichsstädtische Gewalt“. In: Reichsstadt und Gewalt 8. Tagung des Mühlhäuser Arbeitskreises für Reichsstadtgeschichte, ed. by Wittmann, H. and Timpener, E. (Petersberg) (forthcoming)

     

    Shacham-Rosby, Chana "Elijah's Chair Case Study" (working title), in: Images and Objects in Medieval Jewish Societies: Methods and Approaches, Images – A Journal of Jewish Art and Visual Culture. (forthcoming 2023).​


  • Shacham-Rosby, Chana "Illustrated Dogs in Ashkenazi Manuscripts", Segula Magazine 128, (February 2021) [Hebrew]


  • Shacham-Rosby, Chana "Elijah the Prophet at Passover Seder", Segula Magazine 129, (March 2021) [Hebrew]


  • Shoham-Steiner, Ephraim "Lions and Snakes: A New Reading of a Rabbinic Text about the Decorations of the Medieval Synagogue in Cologne", Zion 80, (2015) [Hebrew]


  • Shoham-Steiner, Ephraim "Towers and Lions? Identifying the Patron of a Medieval Illuminated Mahzor from Cologne", Jewish History 34, (July 2020).


    Shoham-Steiner, Ephraim "The Machzor Returns Home" [Hebrew], in: Sgula, an Israeli Magazine for History, (October 2020).


    Shoham-Steiner, Ephraim & Hollender, Elisabeth "Beyond the Rabbinic Paradigm"​The Jewish  Quartlerly  Review, Vol. 111, No. 2 (Spring 2021) pp. 236–264


    Simonsohn, Uriel “‘Halting Between Two Opinions’: Conversion and Apostasy in Early Islam,” Medieval Encounters, 19/3 (2013): pp. 342-370.


  • Simonsohn, Uriel “Conversion to Islam: A Case Study for the Use of Legal Sources,” History Compass, 11/8 (2013): pp. 647-662.

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  • Simonsohn, Uriel “The Legal Bonds and Social Ties of Jewish Apostates and their Relatives according to Gaonic Responsa,” Jewish Quarterly Review

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  • Simonsohn Uriel “The Pact of ʿUmar in Religious and Cultural Contexts,” Historia [Hebrew]

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  • Sorotzkin, David `The Foundations of Secularization in Judaism`, Theory and Criticism 42, (2014) pp.  293 –312.

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  • Steinberg, Oded, Y. “'Contesting Teutomania': Robert Gordon Latham, 'race', ethnology and historical migrations," History of European Ideas, (2021) DOI: 10.1080/01916599.2021.1894592​


  • Steinberg, Oded. Y. and Beiner, Guy “Racializing Irish Historical Consciousness," in Race in Irish Literature and Culture, Cambridge University Press (forthcoming)​


  • Stuczynski, Claude B. "Portuguese Conversos and the Manueline Imperial Idea: A Preliminary Study", Anais de História de Além-Mar, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, XIV (2013), pp. 45-63.

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  • Stuczynski, Claude B. "Judaïcité et richesse dans l’apologétique des Conversos portugais: un argument contre-culturel," Atalaya. Revue détudes médiévales romanes, 14 (2014) 

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  • Stuczynski, Claude B. "What does "Judeo-Christianity" mean in Late Medieval and Early Modern Iberia, in: Cadernos de Estudos Sefarditas​, (2019)


  • Stuczynski, Claude B. "Yosef Hayim Yerushalmi e la sua 'Dalla Corte al Ghetto. La vita, le opere, le peregrinazioni del marrano Cardoso nell'Europa del Seicento': ricezione e significato", Rassegna Mensile D'Israel, 35 pp.

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  • Tal, Na'aman “Between Dispossession and Displacement: The Operation of the Green Patrol and its Tense Relations with the Law and the Judiciary, 1976-1980", in: Law, Society and Culture, volume dedicated to Police and Policing [Hebrew] (forthcoming)​


  • Talmon-Heller, Daniella "Historiography in the Service of the Muftī: Ibn Taymiyya on the origins and fallacies of ziyārāt," in: Islamic Law and Society 26: 227-251, (2019​)

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  • Talmon-Heller, Daniella & Frenkel, Miriam "Religious Innovation under Fatimid Rule", in 11th-century Jerusalem: Jewish and Muslim Rites," in Medieval Encounters 25: 203-226 (2019​)


  • Talmon-Heller, Daniella "Historiography in the Service of the Muftī: Ibn Taymiyya on the origins and fallacies of ziyārāt," Islamic Law and Society 26: (2019) pp. 227-251. 

     

    Talmon-Heller, Daniella. and Frenkel, Miram "Religious Innovation in Eleventh-century Jerusalem: Jewish and Muslim Rites," Medieval Encounters 25: (2019) pp. 203-226. 

     

    Talmon-Heller, Daniella "Job (Ayyub), al-Husayn and Saladin in Late Ottoman Palestine: the memoirs of Nu`man al-Qasatli, the Arab Scribe of the PEF team," in David Gurevich and Anat Kidron (eds.), Exploring the Holy Land: 150 Years of the Palestine Exploration Fund, Sheffield: Equinox, (2019) pp. 124-151. 

     

    Talmon-Heller, Daniella "Sacred Place and Sacred Time in the Medieval Islamic Middle East: An Historical Perspective, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press (2020)


  • Talmon-Heller, Daniella "Saladin: Medieval Sources and Modern Myths," Jama`a [Hebrew] (forthcoming)


  • Tritle, Erika. "A Jewish solution to the problem of excessive Christian virility in the war against Spanish Islam’, published in "Crusading and Masculinities" - 1st Edition, edited by Natasha R. Hodgson, Katherine J. Lewis and Matthew M. Mesley, (Routledge 2019), pp. 256-271.​

  • Tritle, Erika, "Many Rivers, One Sea, and the Dry Land: Jews and Conversos in the Political Theology of Alonso de Cartagena", in: Cadernos de Estudos Sefarditas​, (2019)​​

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  • ​Tritle, Erika "Look for the Jews​" in "Sightings", edited by B. Colasacco, published by The University of Chicago's Martin Marty Center for the public understanding of religion (2017)


Van der Haven, Alexander, “Jews and Christians United: The 1701 Prosecution of Oliger Paulli and his Dutch Printers.” With Kunert​, Jeannine. Studia Rosenthaliana: Journal of the History, Culture and Heritage of the Jews in the Netherlands 46 no. 1–2 (2020) pp. 71–95. 


Van der Haven, Alexander, “The Earliest Footprint of a Messianic Queen: Sarah the Ashkenazi in Amsterdam.” Zutot: Perspectives on Jewish Culture 17 no. 1 (2019) pp. 15–21. 


Van der Haven, Alexander, “Predestination and Toleration: The Dutch Republic’s Single Judicial Persecution of Jews in Theological Context.” Renaissance Quarterly 71 no. 1 (Spring 2018) pp. 165–205. 


Van der Haven, Alexander, “The War and Transcendental Order: Critique of Violence in Benjamin, Canetti, and Daniel Paul Schreber.” Tel Aviver Jahrbuch für deutsche Geschichte 43 (2015) pp. 115–144.


Van der Haven, Alexander, "Jewish-Christianity and the Confessionalization of Amsterdam’s Seventeenth-Century Portuguese Jewish Community", in: Cadernos de Estudos Sefarditas​ (2019)


  • Yagur, Moshe, "Ezra in Ashkelon: A medieval local tradition in its geo-political context​" (Hebrew), in: Zion 86A (2021) pp. 31-56


  • Yagur, Moshe "Converts, Captives, Concubines: A Gendered Rite of Passage in the Medieval Near East", in Language, Gender and Law in the Judaeo-Islamic Milieu, eds. Ashur, Amir and Stampfer, Zvi. Leiden: Brill (2020) pp. 88-109

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    Yagur, Moshe "Religiously-mixed families in the Mediterranean society of the Cairo Geniza", Mediterranean Historical Review 35.1: (2020) pp. 27-42

     

    Yagur, Moshe "Ezra in Ashkelon: a medieval local tradition in its geo-political context" [Hebrew], Zion 86.1: (2020) pp. 31-56

     

    Yagur, Moshe "Several documents from the Cairo Geniza concerning conversion to Islam", in Conversion to Islam in the Premodern Age: A Sourcebook, eds. Hurvitz, N, Sahner, C, Simonsohn, U, and Yarbrough, L. Los Angeles: University of California Press (2020) pp. 227-231

     

    Yagur, Moshe "Communal Borders and Religious Conversion", in The Jews of Medieval Egypt, ed. Frenkel, Miriam. Boston: Academic Studies Press: (2021) pp. 47-71​


  • Yagur, Moshe “Shaving Hair and Paring Nails: The Origins and Transmutations of a Unique Rite of Passage in Medieval Judaism", in: Tarbiz [Hebrew] (forthcoming)


  • Zeldes, Nadia Galateo on New Christians "Arguments for a Judeo-Christian Identity in the Writings of Antonio de Ferrariis: Pro-Converso Polemics in Southern Italy", in: Cadernos de Estudos Sefarditas​ (2019)


  • ​Zeldes, Nadia "Evolution and Survival of a Convert Community: The New Christians of South Italy from the 13th to the 16th Centuries", in Conceal the Outcasts. Jews with Hidden Identities, eds. Avi Elqayam, Yosef Kaplan, Ben Zvi Institute, Jerusalem, (2016) pp. 9-31.


  • Zeldes Nadia ‘Offering economic and social benefits as incentives for conversion – the case of Sicily and Southern Italy (12th -15th centuries)’, Atti del convegno internazionale, Ravenna 30 settembre – 2 ottobre 2013: Strategie e normative per la conversione degli ebrei dal medio evo all’età contemporanea, ed M. Perani, Materia Giudaica 19, (2014) pp. 55-62.


  • ​Zeldes Nadia "The Mass Conversion of 1495 in South Italy and its Precedents: a Comparative Approach​", Medieval Encounters 25 (2019) 227–262


  • ​Zeldes Nadia “The Case of Colau Aragones: The Mediterranean Itinerary of a Sefardic Exile in the Aftermath of the Expulsion”, Hispania Judaica Bulletin 10, (2014) [Between Edom and Kedar: Studies in Memory of Yom Tov Assis], eds. A. Quintana, R. Ibáñez-Sperber, R. Ben-Shalom, Part II.

 

B. List of published books/chapters 


  • Abbou Hershkovits Keren, "The transmission of Greek Science to the Muslim World", in: The Oxford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Science, and Technology in Islam, 2 (2014) pp. 362-367

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  • Abbou Hershkovits Keren, 'Idris, Shu’biyya, Abbasids and Baghdad', Routledge Dictionary of Ancient Mediterranean Religion (forthcoming)

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  • Ashur Amir (ed.), Judaeo-Arabic Culture in al-Andalus - Proceedings of the 13th Conference of the Society for Judaeo-Arabic Studies Cordoba 2007, Cordoba Near Eastern Research Unit, Series Judæo-Islamica 1, Cordoba 2013.

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  • Ashur Amir and Dora Zsom (eds), Conversos in the Responsa of Sephardic Halakhic Authorities in the 15th Century (Perspectives on Society and Culture 1), ??? 2014

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  • Ashur Amir, 'Jewish Marriage customs in Spain as reflected in the Cairo Geniza documents' in: Letters from Sefarad: The Jews of al-Andalus in the Cairo Genizah


  • Ashur, Amir & Stampfer, Zvi, "Language, Gender and Law in the Judaeo-Islamic Milieu​", in Cambridge Genizah Studies Series Volume 10, ​(BRILL 2020)


  • Barzen Rainer Josef, Taqqanot Qehillot Šum. Die Rechtssatzungen der Jüdischen Gemeinden von Mainz, Worms und Speyer im Hohen und Späten Mittelalter (Monumenta Germaniae Historica. Hebräische Texte aus dem mittelalterlichen Deutschland 2). Hannover: Verlag Hahnsche Buchhandlung 2015. ["Taqqanot Qehillot Shum. The Ordinances of the Jewish Communities of Mainz, Worms and Speyer in the High and Late Middle Ages" (Monumenta Germaniae Historica. Hebrew Texts from Medieval Germany 2). Hannover: Verlag Hahnsche Buchhandlung 2015]

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  • Barzen Rainer Josef,"Medinat Magenza as a Jewish ‘Neighborhood’ and a Jewish ‘Urban Center’. Between Topography and Geography." In: The Jewish Neighborhood: Exploring the Other Side of Medieval Urban Space, edited by Simha Goldin and Yitzhak Lifshitz (Michael: On the History of the Jews in the Diaspora)

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  • Ben-Shalom Ram and I. J. Yuval, “’There is no Hatred in Polemics – And Liberty is Granted’”, in: eds. I. J. Yuval and R. Ben-Shalom, Conflict and Religious Conversation in Latin Christendom: Studies in Honour of Ora Limor, (Turnhout: Brepols 2014), pp. 1-22.

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  • Ben-Shalom Ram, “The Foundation of Christianity in the Historical Perceptions of Medieval Jewry as Expressed in the Anonymous Various Elements on the Topic of Christian Faith (London, BL, MS Addit. 27129, pp. 88b-92a)”, in: eds. I. J. Yuval and R. Ben-Shalom, Conflict and Religious Conversation in Latin Christendom: Studies in Honour of Ora Limor, (Turnhout: Brepols 2014), pp. 221-252

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  • Ben-Shalom Ram, Medieval Jews and the Christian Past: Jewish Historical Writing from Spain and Southern France, The Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, Oxford, forthcoming 2015.


  • Elazar, Gideon, The Challenge of Diversity​: Evangelical Missionaries and Ethno-Christianity in Reform Era Yunnan, Religious Diversity in Asia, ed. J. Borup, M. Fibiger, L. Kuhle, Brill, pp 119-144


  • Fox Yaniv and Yosi Yisraeli (eds), Contesting Inter-Religious Conversion in the Medieval World, Farnham: Ashgate (forthcoming 2016)

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  • Fox Yaniv, Columbanians across the Channel’, in Treasures of Irish Christianity, vol. III, ed. S. Ryan and B. Leahy (Veritas Publications: Dublin, forthcoming).

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  • Fox Yaniv, Ego, Bar-Iona: Jews and the Language of Forced Conversion in Columbanian Circles’, in Barbarians and Jews: Jews and Judaism in the Early Medieval West, ed. Y. Hen, O. Limor, and T.F.X. Noble (Brepols: Turnhout, forthcoming).

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  • Fox Yaniv, From Metz to Überlingen: Columbanus and Gallus in Alamannia’, in Columbanus, the Columbanian familia, and the Peoples of Post-Roman Europe (working title), ed. A. O’Hara (Oxford University Press: Oxford, accepted for publication)

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  • Fox Yaniv, Power and Religion in Merovingian Gaul: Columbanian Monasticism and the Frankish Elites, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014)

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  • Fox Yaniv, The Political Context of Irish Monasticism in Seventh-Century Francia: Another Look at the Sources’, in The Irish in Europe in the Early Middle Ages: Identity, Culture and Religion , ed. R. Flechner and S. Meeders (Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming).

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  • Hames Harvey J., ‘Ramon Llull’s Ars brevis translated into Hebrew: Problems of Terminology and Methodology’ in Harvey Hames, Alexander Fidora, Yossef Schwartz (eds), Latin into Hebrew: The Transfer of Philosophical, Scientific and Medical Lore from Christian to Jewish Cultures During the Middle Ages: History, Terminology, Methodology, (Brill: Leiden 2013) pp. 135-159

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  • Hames Harvey J., ‘Urinating on the Cross: Christianity as seen in the Sefer Yoseph ha-Mekaneh (Book of Joseph the Zealot, ca. 1260) and in light of Paris 1240’ in John Tolan and Jose Martinez (eds), Ritus infidelium: Mirades interconfesionales sobre las prácticas religiosas en la edad media, (Madrid: Collection de la Casa de Velázquez 2013) pp. 209-220

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  • Hames Harvey J., “Ante omnia, fratres carissimi, diligatur Deus, deinde proximus": Herman-Judah's Opusculum de conversione sua re-examined”, in R. Ben Shalom and I. Yuval (eds), Encountering the Other: Jews and Christians in the Middle Ages. Studies in Honour of Ora Limor (Turnhout: Brepols 2013) pp. 99-114

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  • Hames Harvey J., 'Reconstructing Thirteenth-Century Jewish-Christian Polemic: From Paris 1240 to Barcelona 1263 and Back Again', in R. Szpeich (ed.), Medieval Exegesis and Religious Difference: Commentary, Conflict and Community in the Pre-Modern Mediterranean, (New York: Fordham University Press, 2015) pp. 115-27 (endnotes pp. 240-46)

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  • Harel-Shalev Ayelet and Noa Levy,"Some Side Effects of Religious Diversity: Exploring Religious Conversion in the Indian Secular State"​ Religious Di​versity in Asia, pp 93-118, ed. J borup, M Fibiger and L Kuhle, Brill 2020


  • Hurvitz Nimrod, "al-Ma'mun (r. 189/213-218/833) and the Mihna", in (ed.) S. Schmidke, Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology,(electronic version, 2013).

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  • Hurvitz Nimrod, "Authority within the Hanbali Madhhab: The case of al-Barbahari", in (eds.) D. Ephrat, M. Hatina, Religious Knowledge, Authority and Charisma, Islamic and Jewish Perspectives, (Utah: Utah University Press, 2014), pp. 36-49 (fn. 278-280)  

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  • Hurvitz Nimrod, "The Contribution of Early Islamic Rulers to Adjudication and Legislation: The Case of the Mazalim Tribunals", in (eds.) Duindam, J., Harries, J., Humfress J., Hurvitz, N., Law and Empire, Ideas, Practices and Actors, (Brill: Leiden 2013) pp. 135- 156.

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  • Hurvitz Nimrod, "The Relations Between Religion and State in the formative Stage of Islam", in Meir Hatina and Meir Bar Asher (eds.), Introduction to Islam: Faith and Ritual, (Hebrew)            

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  • Hurvitz Nimrod, "Where have all the People Gone? A Critique of Medieval Islamic Historiography", in Dror Ze'evi and Ehud Toledano (eds.), Society, Elite and the State in the  Middle East: Modernity  in the Making, (De Gruyter Open, Berlin)


  • Hurvitz, Nimrod and Alshech, Eli: "Making Sense of Muslim Fundamentalisms: The Clash Within Islam​", Routledge Taylor and Francis Group, June 2020


  • I. J. Yuval and R. Ben-Shalom, Conflict and Religious Conversation in Latin Christendom. Studies in Honour of Ora Limor, Turnhout, Brepols, 2014.

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  • Lasker Daniel J., “Jewish Biblical Interpretation in the Middle Ages,” in Jerry Pattengale, Lawrence H. Schiffman, and Filip Vukosavović, eds., The Book of Books. Biblical Canon, Dissemination and Its People, Jerusalem, 2013, pp. 74-79.

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  • Lasker Daniel J., “Joseph ben Nathan’s Sefer Yosef Ha-Mekanné and the Medieval Jewish Critique of Christianity,” in Judah D. Galinsky and Elisheva Baumgarten, eds., Jews and Christians in Thirteenth Century France, New York, 2015, pp. 113-122.

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  • Lasker Daniel J., “Latin into Hebrew and the Medieval Jewish-Christian Debate,” in Resianne Fontaine and Gad Freudenthal, eds., Latin-into-Hebrew: Texts and Studies. Vol 1: Studies, Leiden/Boston, 2013, pp. 333-347.

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  • Lasker Daniel J., “The Goldstein-Goren Department of Jewish Thought,” in Yehuda Gradus and Isaac Nevo, eds., Science and Scholarship in the Negev. The Story of Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, vol. 1, Beer Sheva, 2014, pp. 363-377 (Hebrew).

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  • Lasker Daniel J., “The Importance of Manuscripts for the Study of Early Modern Eastern European Karaism,” in Judith Olszowy-Schlanger and Nicholas de Lange, eds., Manuscrits hébreux et arabes. Mélanges en l'honneur de Colette Sirat (Bibliologia 38), Turnhout, 2014, pp. 403-412.

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  • Lasker Daniel J., The Sage Simhah Isaac Lutski. An Eighteenth-Century Karaite Rabbi. Selected Writings, Jerusalem: Ben-Zvi Institute, 2015 (Hebrew).


    • Lasker Daniel J., "Theological Encounters at a Crossroads​: A Preliminary Edition of Judah Hadassi’s Eshkol ha-kofer, First Commandment, and Studies of the Book’s Judaeo-Arabic and Byzantine Contexts", with Johannes Niehoff-Panagiotidis and David Sklare.

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  • Limor Ora, " Earth, Stone, Water and Oil: Objects of Veneration in Holy Land Travel Narratives", in: Natural Materials of the Holy Land and the Visual Translation of Place, ed. Renana Bartal, Neta Bodner and Bianca Kühnel, (Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate, forthcoming 2016).

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  • Limor Ora, "Conversion of Space", in: Religious Conversion: History, Experience and Meaning, ed. Ira Katznelson and Miri Rubin (Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate, 2014), pp. 31-59

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  • Limor Ora, "Jerusalem", in: Europe: A Literary History, 1348-1418, ed. David Wallace (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015)

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  • Limor Ora, "Mary in Jerusalem: An Imaginary Map", in: Visual Constructs of Jerusalem, ed. Bianca Kühnel, Galit Noga-Banai, and Hanna Vorholt (Turnhout: Brepols, 2014), pp. 11-22

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  • Limor Ora, "Placing an Idea: The Valley of Jehoshaphat in Religious Imagination", in: Between Jerusalem and Europe: Essays in Honour of Bianca Kühnel, ed. Renana Bartal and Hanna Vorholt (Leiden: Brill, forthcoming July 2015), pp. 280-300

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  • Limor Ora, "Wondrous Nature: Landscape and Weather in Early Pilgrimage Narratives", in:   Jews and Journeys: Travel and the Performance of Jewish Identity, ed. Orit Bashkin, Adam Beaver, Joshua Levinson (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press).


  • Lücking​, Mirjam,​ "Israeli Dead Sea cosmetics and charity for Palestinian children: Indonesian women’s shopping activities while on pilgrimage to Jerusalem​", in Chapter 5 of "Muslim Women’s Pilgrimage to Mecca and Beyond: Reconfiguring Gender, Religion, and Mobility​", editors: Buitelaar, M. Stephan-Emmrich, M. and Thimm, V. (Routledge​2020)


  • Lücking, Mirjam, "Indonesians and Their Arab World Guided Mobility among Labor Migrants and Mecca Pilgrims​", Cornell University Press, (2020).


  • Reiner Avraham (Rami), Bible and Politics: A Correspondence between Rabbenu Tam and the Authorities of Champagne, (2016)


  • Ricci, Ronit "Banishment and Belonging: Exile and Diaspora in Sarandib, Lanka and Ceylon​", Part of Asian Connections, Cambridge University Press, November 2019

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  • Schainker Ellie R, "Confessions of the Shtetl: Converts from Judaism in Imperial Russia, 1817-1906." Stanford Studies in Jewish History and Culture Series.


  • Shachar Uri Zvi, “Pollution and Purity in Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Rhetoric from the Crusading Near  East,” in: Authority, Knowledge and Social Practice in the Thirteenth Century, eds. Elisheva Baumgarten, Katelyn Mesler and Ruth Karras, (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2015).

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  • Shachar Uri Zvi, “Violent Hermeneutics of Sacred Space in Jewish and Christian First Crusade Literature,” in: The Uses of the Bible in Crusader Sources, eds. Elizabeth Lapina and Nicholas Morton, (Leiden: Brill, 2015).

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  • Shoham-Steiner Ephraim, " 'For in Every City and Town the manner of behavior of the Jews resembles that of their non-Jewish neighbors': The Intricate Network of Interfaith Connections" in:  Ephraim Shoham-Steiner (ed.), Intricate Interfaith Networks : Quotidian Jewish-Christian Contacts in the Middle Ages, (Brepols: Turnhout, 2015)

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  • Shoham-Steiner Ephraim, "‘Vitam finivit infelicem’: Madness Conversion and Adolescent Suicide among Jews in late 12th Century England”, in M.L. Price & K. T. Utterback (ed.), The Constructed Jew: Jews and Judaism through Medieval Christian Eyes, (Brepols: Turnhout 2013), pp. 71-90.

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  • Shoham-Steiner Ephraim, "An Almost Tangible Presence: Some Thoughts on Material Purity among Medieval European Jews", in M. Blay N. Jaspert & S. Kock (eds.), Discourses of Purity in Transcultural Perspective (300–1600), (Brill: Leiden 2015), pp. 54-74.

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  • Shoham-Steiner Ephraim, "Making a Living in Early Medieval Ashkenaz" in Karl. E.Grözinger (ed.), Jüdische Kultur in dem SchUM Städten, (Harrassowitz Verlag:  Wiesbaden 2014), pp. 64-82.

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  • Shoham-Steiner Ephraim, On the Margins of a Minority: Lepers Mad and Disabled Jews in Medieval Europe, Wayne State University Press: Detroit 2014

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  • Simonsohn Uriel, “Are Gaonic Responsa a Reliable Source for the Study of Jewish Conversion to Islam? A Comparative  Analysis of Legal Sources.” In Arnold E. Franklin et al (eds.), Jews, Christians and Muslims in Medieval and Early Modern Times: A Festschrift in Honor of Mark R. Cohen. (Christians and Jews in Muslim Societies), (Leiden: Brill, 2014), pp. 119-38.

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  • Simonsohn Uriel, “Muslim Involvement in Non-Muslim Political Affairs in the early Islamic Period.” In John Tolan (ed.), Medieval Minorities: Law and Multiconfessional Societies in the Middle Ages. (Princeton: Princeton University Press)

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  • Simonsohn Uriel, “The Selective Memory of a Byzantine Orthodox Patriarch: A Few Remarks on the Interplay of Narrative and Identity in the Annales of Saʿīd ibn Baṭrīq.” In Giovanni Galizia and David Shulman (eds.), Forgetting. (Martin Buber Society of Fellows Notebook Series; Jerusalem: Magnes Press)

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  • Simonsohn Uriel, “The Survival of the Household under Early Islamic Rule.” In Eduard Iricinschi and Chrysi Kotsifou (eds.), Coping with Religious Change: Adopting Transformations and Adapting Rituals in the Late Antique Eastern Mediterranean. (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck)

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  • Simonsohn Uriel, Jews, Christians and Muslims in Medieval and Early Modern Times: A Festschrift in Honor of Mark R. Cohen, co-editor  with Arnold E. Franklin, Roxani Eleni Margariti, and Marina Rustow. Leiden: Brill (Christians and Jews in Muslim Societies), 2014.

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  • Sorotzkin David, `Maharal of Prague, The Jewish Canon and the Elian Statues of European Jewry in Early Modern Europe`, Elchanan Reiner (ed.), Maharal, Overtures: Biography - Doctrine – Influence, (Jerusalem: Zalman Shazar Center: 2015), pp. 231–274.

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  • Sorotzkin David, `Nature and Human Reality in light of Religious Law: The Emergence of Exclusive Jewish Theology in the middle Ages in the midst of Islam and Christianity`, Haviva Pedaya (ed.), The East Writes Itself, (Tel Aviv: Gama, 2015), pp. 251–306.

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  • Sorotzkin David, 'The Making of Jewish Orthodoxy and the Rise of the European Bourgeoisie: 1650-1850, Shlomo Fisher and Nisim Leon (eds.), Religion and Class (Forthcoming: The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute and ha-Kibitz ha-Meuchad press).

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  • Sorotzkin David, 'Yoel Teitelbaum – The Satmar Rebbe', in: Benny Brown and Nisim Leon (eds.), The Persons who Shaped the Religious Society in Israel, (The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute and ha-Kibitz ha-Meuchad press).

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  • Steinberg, Oded, "Race, Nation, History Anglo-German Thought in the Victorian Era​", University of Pennsylvania Press, 2019.


  • Stuczynski Claude B., Between Religion and Religiosity: The Portuguese Inquisition and the New Christians of Bragança during the XVIth Century, Jerusalem, Ben Zvi Institute (Hebrew)

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  • Stuczynski Claude B., Between Iberian Politics and Converso Identities: A Study of the “Apology on behalf of the Christians called ‘news’, of this Kingdom of Portugal”, Leiden: Brill, pp. 320. 

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  • Stuczynski Claude B., "Negotiating Relationship. Jesuits and Portuguese Conversos: a Reassessment”, in: Robert A. Maryks & Jim Bernauer (eds.), "The Tragic Couple": Encounters Between Jews & Jesuits, (Leiden: Brill 2014), pp. 43-64.

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  • Stuczynski Claude B.,“From Polemics and Apologetics to Theology and Politics: Alonso de Cartagena and the Conversos within the 'Mystical Body'”, in: Conflict and Religious Conversation in Latin Christendom: Studies in Honour of Ora Limor, ed. by Ram Ben Shalom & Israel Yuval, (Turnhout: Brepols, 2014), pp. 253- 277

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  • Stuczynski Claude B., "Not Hybridity but Counterculture: Portuguese Christian Judaizers Confronting Christianity and Islam in Bragança", in: Conversos, marrani e nuove comunità ebraiche in età moderna, ed. by Myriam Silvera, (Florence: Giuntina, 2015), pp. 61-71.

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  • Stuczynski Claude B., "Converso Paulinism and Residual Jewishness: Conversion from Judaism to Christianity as a Theological-Political Problem", in: Bastards and Believers: Converts and Conversion between Judaism and Christianity, edited by P. Maciejko and T. Dunkelgrün, (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 35 pp.)

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  • Stuczynski Claude B., "Ex-Converso Sephardi New Jews as Agents, Victims and Thinkers of Empire: Isaac Cardoso Once Again", in: Festschrift Yosef Kaplan, ed. by Avriel Bar-Levav & Claude B. Stuczynski, (Jerusalem: Zalman Shazar Center, 26 pp.)

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  • Stuczynski Claude B., "Anti-rabbinic Texts and Converso Identities: Fernão Ximenes de Aragão's ‘Doutrina Católica'", in: Kevin Ingram (ed.), Conversos and Moriscos, vol. 3, (Leiden: Brill, 32 pp.)


  • Talmon-Heller, Daniella, "Sacred Place and Sacred Time in the Medieval Islamic Middle East​" - an Historical Perspective, Edinburgh University Press, 2020.


    • Van der Haven Alexander, “An Ashkenazic Halakhic Fragment found in Leiden University Library.” With Yakov Z. Mayer. European Genizah: Newly Discovered Hebrew Binding Fragments in Context. European Genizah Texts and Studies 5. Studies in Jewish History and Culture 63. Ed. Andreas Lehnardt. Leiden/Boston: Brill, 2020: 36–42.

     

  • Van der Haven, Alexander, “Beyond the Modern Self: Madness and Divine Communion in Fin-de-siècle Germany.” Religion und Wahnsinn um 1900: Zwischen Pathologisierung und Selbstermächtigung. Religion and Madness Around 1900: Between Pathology and Self-Empowerment. Diskurs Religion: Beiträge zur Religionsgeschichte und religiösen Zeitgeschichte 14. Ed. Lutz Greisiger, Sebastian Schüler, Alexander van der Haven. Baden-Baden: Ergon, 2017: 69–100. 


  • Van der Haven, Alexander, “Comparison, Practice, and Meaning: Martin Riesebrodt’s Theory of Religion.” Method and Theory in the Study of Religion: Working Papers from Hannover. Supplements to Method and Theory in the Study of Religion 8. Ed. Steffen Führding. Leiden/Boston: Brill, 2017: 27–37.

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    • Van der Haven Alexander, “Conversion on Trial: Toleration of Apostasy and the Hoorn Trial of Three Converts to Judaism (1614–5).” Contesting Inter-Religious Conversion in the Medieval World. Ed. Yaniv Fox and Yosi Yisraeli. London/New York: Routledge, 2016: 41–60.


  • ​Van der Haven, Alexander, “Einleitung.” Religion und Wahnsinn um 1900: Zwischen Pathologisierung und Selbstermächtigung. Religion and Madness Around 1900: Between Pathology and Self-Empowerment. Diskurs Religion: Beiträge zur Religionsgeschichte und religiösen Zeitgeschichte 14. With Lutz Greisiger and Sebastian Schüler. Baden-Baden: Ergon, 2017: 9–16.


  • Van der Haven Alexander, “Eschatology and Conversion in the Sperling Letters.” Jews and Protestants from the Reformation to the Present. Ed. Irene Aue-Ben-David, Aya Elyada, Moshe Sluhovsky, Christian Wiese. Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter, 2020: 49–70.​​


  • Van der Haven Alexander, “From Lowly Metaphor to Divine Flesh: Sarah the Ashkenazi, Sabbatai Tsevi's Messianic Queen and the Sabbatian Movement", Menasseh ben Israel Institute Studies, VII.


    • ​​Van der Haven, Alexander, “God as Hypothesis: Daniel Paul Schreber and the Study of Religion.” Method and Theory in the Study of Religion: Working Papers from Hannover. Supplements to Method and Theory in the Study of Religion 8. Ed. Steffen Führding. Leiden/Boston: Brill, 2017: 176–198.


    • Van der Haven, Alexander, “Hypothetical Religion: The Supernatural as an Experience and Experiment.” Super Religion: From the Supernatural to the Paranormal. Macmillan Interdisciplinary Handbooks 9. Ed. Jeffrey J. Kripal. Farmington Hills, MI: Macmillan Reference USA, 2016: 263–276.

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    • Van der Haven Alexander, Religion und Wahnsinn um 1900: Zwischen Pathologisierung und Selbstermächtigung. Religion and Madness Around 1900: Between Pathology and Self-Empowerment. Diskurs Religion: Beiträge zur Religionsgeschichte und religiösen Zeitgeschichte 14. With Sebastian Schüler and Lutz Greisiger. Baden-Baden: Ergon, 2017.

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    • Van der Haven Alexander, שרה האשכנזיה, מלכת השבתאים. Sabbateanism Series (editorial board Prof. Avi Elqayam, Prof. Yehuda Liebes, Prof. Jacob Barnai). Augmented and revised Hebrew edition. Tel-Aviv: Idra Academic Publishers, 2018, second impression 2019.


    ​Yisraeli, Yosi, “A Sephardic Critique of Rashi’s Peshat in Pablo de Santa María’s Additiones ad Postillam Nicolai de Lyra.” In Medieval Exegesis and Religious Difference: Essays on Conflict, Commentary, and Community in the Premodern Mediterranean, Edited by Ryan Szpiech, (New-York: Fordham University Press, 2015) pp. 189-218

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  • Yisraeli, Yosi, “Constructing and Undermining Converso Jewishness: Profiat Duran and Pablo de Santa María." In Religious Conversion: Historical Experiences and Meanings, Edited by Miri Rubin and Ira Katznelson, (Farnham: Ashgate, 2014) pp. 185-215

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  • Zeldes, Nadia and Miriam Frenkel, Dynamics of Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy in the Medieval Mediterranean”, in: Mapping the Medieval Mediterranean (Brill, 2016)

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  • Zeldes, Nadia,“Coexistence and Change in Mediterranean Identities”, in: Mapping the Medieval Mediterranean (Brill, 2016)

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  • Zeldes, Nadia, "Christians, Jews, and Hebrew Books in Fifteenth-Century Sicily: Between Dialogue and Dispute". In: Conflict and Religious Conversation in Latin Christendom, Studies in Honour of Ora Limor, editors: I. Yuval, R. Ben-Shalom, (Brepols 2014)


  • Zeldes, Nadia, "Reading Jewish History in the Renaissance: Christians, Jews, and the Hebrew Sefer Josippon" (Rowman & Littlefield, 2020)


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