New Issue of the Jewish Quarterly Review: Summer 2017
Announcing the arrival of JQR 107.3 (Summer 2017), now available in print and online.
Rabbinic Eschatology: Complexity, Ambiguity, and Radical Self-Reflection
Jenny R. Labendz
Fairies, Lovers, and Glass Palaces: French Influences on Thirteenth-Century Hebrew Poetry in Spain—the Case of Ya‘akov ben El‘azar's Ninth Maḥberet
Rethinking Rabbinical Leadership in Ottoman Jewish Communities (*Free access without a subscription)*
Searching for Home: Henry Roth's Spanish American Turn
People of the Epistle: Letters in Jewish Intellectual Life, Part I
Editor's Introduction: Translations, Triangular Relations, and Spiritual Permutations
By Post or by Ghost: Ruminations on Visions and Epistolary Archives
“A Melancholy Offering Tendered with Esteem”: Gershom Scholem and Lucy S. Dawidowicz on Nathan Birnbaum, an Unexpected Conversation
Between Zionism and Friendship: The Correspondence between Gershom Scholem and Joseph Weiss
Plus Recent Dissertations in Judaic Studies (Web Only)
More information and subscription at jqr.pennpress.org.