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Tables of Contents for Hebrew Scholarship and the Medieval World
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Part I. New Lines of Investigation: 1. The study of medieval Karaism, 1989-1999 Daniel Frank
2. Hebrew scholarship in Byzantium Nicholas de Lange
3. Hebrew philology in Sepharad: the state of the question Angel Sá
4. Some recent developments in the study of medieval Hebrew liturgy Stefan C. Reif
Part II. The Hebrew Language: 5. The early eastern schools of Hebrew grammatical thought Geoffrey Khan
6. Banner, miracle, trial: medieval Hebrew lexicography between facts and faith Albert van der Heide
7. The knowledge and practice of Hebrew grammar among Christian scholars in pre-expulsion England: The evidence of 'bilingual' Hebrew-Latin manuscripts Judith Olszowy-Schlanger
Part III. Prayer and Poetry: 8. The origin of the Qaddish Michael Weitzman
9. The journey inward: Judah Halevi between Christians and Muslims, Spain and Palestine Yosef Yahalom
10. Abraham Ibn Ezra as a harbinger of changes in secular Hebrew poetry Masha Itzhaki
11. O Seville! Ah Castile! Spanish-Hebrew dirges from the 15th century Wout van Bekkum
12. On translating medieval Hebrew poetry Adena Tanenbaum
Part IV. The World Outside: 13. Medieval Hebrew polemical literature William Horbury
14. Biblical commentaries and Christian influence: the case of Gersonides Colette Sirat
15. Jewish scholarship and Christian tradition in late-medieval Catalonia: Profiat Duran on the art of memory Irene E. Zwiep
Bibliography of the writings of Raphael Loewe