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The Zohar: Reception and Impact

Huss, Boaz. Bos-Nehles, Anna. Nath, Sahu Tarak. Jessel, Christopher. Marina, Olya. Nicholls, David. Smith, Graham. Staunton, Suzanne. Allen, Cyrus. Denham, Jack. Grabman, Genevieve M. Lim, Seongbae. , Ewick, Patricia. Grayman, Jesse Hession. Sanchez, Mabel. Sarat, Austin. Thomas, Dania. Vadi, Maaja. Wheeler, Anthony R. Yolbulan, Okan Elif. F. Cartwright, Juliana. Aguilera, Ruth V. Andrades, Lidia. Arar, Khalid. Crookes, Adrian. Demos, Vasilikie. Drew, Joseph. Fang, Christina. Gilmarti, Mattia J. Hoskinson, Sherry. Kinoti, Meru Abel. Kleinman, Gary. Lytras, Miltiades D. Pearlstein, Toby. Sacher, William. Shani, Abraham B. (Rami). Storberg-Walker, Julia. Tsuria, Ruth. Wingfield, Adia Harvey.
(2016)  | 9781904113966 | The Littman Library of Jewish | hbk. | book | Availability last checked: 4/7/2018
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From its first appearance, the Zohar has been one of the most sacred,authoritative, and influential books in Jewish culture. Many scholarly workshave been dedicated to its mystical content, its literary style, and thequestion of its authorship. This book focuses on different issues: it examinesthe various...

Kabbalah and Jewish Modernity

Weinstein, Roni. Bos-Nehles, Anna. Nath, Sahu Tarak. Jessel, Christopher. Marina, Olya. Nicholls, David. Smith, Graham. Staunton, Suzanne. Allen, Cyrus. Denham, Jack. Grabman, Genevieve M. Lim, Seongbae. , Ewick, Patricia. Grayman, Jesse Hession. Sanchez, Mabel. Sarat, Austin. Thomas, Dania. Vadi, Maaja. Wheeler, Anthony R. Yolbulan, Okan Elif. F. Cartwright, Juliana. Aguilera, Ruth V. Andrades, Lidia. Arar, Khalid. Crookes, Adrian. Demos, Vasilikie. Drew, Joseph. Fang, Christina. Gilmarti, Mattia J. Hoskinson, Sherry. Kinoti, Meru Abel. Kleinman, Gary. Lytras, Miltiades D. Pearlstein, Toby. Sacher, William. Shani, Abraham B. (Rami). Storberg-Walker, Julia. Tsuria, Ruth. Wingfield, Adia Harvey.
(2016)  | 9781906764623 | The Littman Library of Jewish | hbk. | book | Availability last checked: 11/6/2018
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Something crucial and quite unprecedented happened to kabbalah in the sixteenthand seventeenth centuries. Though it had previously been considered a highlysecretive and esoteric tradition, its practitioners began to spread itsdoctrines throughout the Jewish world with missionary zeal. Their goal wasambitious:...

Hasidic Commentary on the Torah

Wiskind-Elper Wiskind-Elper, Ora. Wiskind–Elper, Ora. Bos-Nehles, Anna. Nath, Sahu Tarak. Jessel, Christopher. Marina, Olya. Nicholls, David. Smith, Graham. Staunton, Suzanne. Allen, Cyrus. Denham, Jack. Grabman, Genevieve M. Lim, Seongbae. , Ewick, Patricia. Grayman, Jesse Hession. Sanchez, Mabel. Sarat, Austin. Thomas, Dania. Vadi, Maaja. Wheeler, Anthony R. Yolbulan, Okan Elif. F. Cartwright, Juliana. Aguilera, Ruth V. Andrades, Lidia. Arar, Khalid. Crookes, Adrian. Demos, Vasilikie. Drew, Joseph. Fang, Christina. Gilmarti, Mattia J. Hoskinson, Sherry. Kinoti, Meru Abel. Kleinman, Gary. Lytras, Miltiades D. Pearlstein, Toby. Sacher, William. Shani, Abraham B. (Rami). Storberg-Walker, Julia. Tsuria, Ruth. Wingfield, Adia Harvey.
(2018)  | 9781906764128 | The Littman Library of Jewish | hbk. | book | Availability last checked: 4/7/2018
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Hasidism, a movement of religious awakening and social reform, originated in themid-eighteenth century. After two and a half centuries of crisis, upheaval, andrenewal, it remains a vibrant way of life and a compelling aspect of Jewishexperience. This book explores the profound intellectual and religious...

Ars Judaica: The Bar-Ilan Journal of Jewish Art, Volume 11

Bos-Nehles, Anna. Nath, Sahu Tarak. Jessel, Christopher. Marina, Olya. Nicholls, David. Smith, Graham. Staunton, Suzanne. Allen, Cyrus. Denham, Jack. Grabman, Genevieve M. Lim, Seongbae. , Yaniv, Bracha. Rajner, Mirjam. Rodov, Ilia. Offenberg, Sara. Ewick, Patricia. Grayman, Jesse Hession. Sanchez, Mabel. Sarat, Austin. Thomas, Dania. Vadi, Maaja. Wheeler, Anthony R. Yolbulan, Okan Elif. F. Cartwright, Juliana. Aguilera, Ruth V. Andrades, Lidia. Arar, Khalid. Crookes, Adrian. Demos, Vasilikie. Drew, Joseph. Fang, Christina. Gilmarti, Mattia J. Hoskinson, Sherry. Kinoti, Meru Abel. Kleinman, Gary. Lytras, Miltiades D. Pearlstein, Toby. Sacher, William. Shani, Abraham B. (Rami). Storberg-Walker, Julia. Tsuria, Ruth. Wingfield, Adia Harvey.
(2015)  | 9781906764630 | The Littman Library of Jewish | pbk. | book | Availability last checked: 11/6/2018
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Ars Judaica is an annual publication of the Department of Jewish Art at Bar-IlanUniversity. It showcases the Jewish contribution to the visual arts andarchitecture from antiquity to the present from a variety of perspectives,including history, iconography, semiotics, psychology, sociology, and folklore.As...

Ars Judaica: The Bar-Ilan Journal of Jewish Art, Volume 12

Bos-Nehles, Anna. Nath, Sahu Tarak. Jessel, Christopher. Marina, Olya. Nicholls, David. Smith, Graham. Staunton, Suzanne. Allen, Cyrus. Denham, Jack. Grabman, Genevieve M. Lim, Seongbae. , Yaniv, Bracha. Rajner, Mirjam. Rodov, Ilia. Offenberg, Sara. Ewick, Patricia. Grayman, Jesse Hession. Sanchez, Mabel. Sarat, Austin. Thomas, Dania. Vadi, Maaja. Wheeler, Anthony R. Yolbulan, Okan Elif. F. Cartwright, Juliana. Aguilera, Ruth V. Andrades, Lidia. Arar, Khalid. Crookes, Adrian. Demos, Vasilikie. Drew, Joseph. Fang, Christina. Gilmarti, Mattia J. Hoskinson, Sherry. Kinoti, Meru Abel. Kleinman, Gary. Lytras, Miltiades D. Pearlstein, Toby. Sacher, William. Shani, Abraham B. (Rami). Storberg-Walker, Julia. Tsuria, Ruth. Wingfield, Adia Harvey.
(2016)  | 9781906764647 | The Littman Library of Jewish | pbk. | book | 128pp | Availability last checked: 11/6/2018
AUD 82.95 (inc. GST), AUD 75.41 (ex. GST),
Ars Judaica is an annual publication of the Department of Jewish Art at Bar-IlanUniversity. It showcases the Jewish contribution to the visual arts andarchitecture from antiquity to the present from a variety of perspectives,including history, iconography, semiotics, psychology, sociology, and folklore.As...

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The rhetoric of Jewish prayer : a literary and historical commentary on the prayer book.

Kimelman, Reuven.
(2019)  | 9781874774501 | The Littman Library of Jewish | hbk. | book | 336pp
AUD 96.95 (inc. GST), AUD 88.14 (ex. GST),
Not yet published; date unknown
Professor Kimelman explores how the liturgy of formal prayer affects the feelings and thoughts of the individual worshipper. He argues that this happens not only because of the logic of the formal argument of the liturgy and the structure and sequence of its elements, but because of the texture of its...

Hasidism Beyond Modernity: Essays in Habad Thought and History

Loewenthal, Naftali. Bos-Nehles, Anna. Nath, Sahu Tarak. Jessel, Christopher. Marina, Olya. Nicholls, David. Smith, Graham. Staunton, Suzanne. Allen, Cyrus. Denham, Jack. Grabman, Genevieve M. Lim, Seongbae. , Ewick, Patricia. Grayman, Jesse Hession. Sanchez, Mabel. Sarat, Austin. Thomas, Dania. Vadi, Maaja. Wheeler, Anthony R. Yolbulan, Okan Elif. F. Cartwright, Juliana. Aguilera, Ruth V. Andrades, Lidia. Arar, Khalid. Crookes, Adrian. Demos, Vasilikie. Drew, Joseph. Fang, Christina. Gilmarti, Mattia J. Hoskinson, Sherry. Kinoti, Meru Abel. Kleinman, Gary. Lytras, Miltiades D. Pearlstein, Toby. Sacher, William. Shani, Abraham B. (Rami). Storberg-Walker, Julia. Tsuria, Ruth. Wingfield, Adia Harvey.
(2019)  | 9781906764708 | The Littman Library of Jewish | hbk. | book | Availability last checked: 11/6/2018
AUD 92.95 (inc. GST), AUD 84.50 (ex. GST),
Coming in January 2019
The Habad school of hasidism is today one of the largest hasidic groups, due toits intriguing synthesis of mysticism and postmodernity and its activeengagement in outreach. Hasidism Beyond Modernity provides a critical, thematicstudy of Habad from its beginnings, showing how its unusual qualities evolved.Naftali...

Sarah Schenirer and the Bais Yaakov Movement: A Revolution in the Name of Tradition

Seidman, Naomi. Bos-Nehles, Anna. Nath, Sahu Tarak. Jessel, Christopher. Marina, Olya. Nicholls, David. Smith, Graham. Staunton, Suzanne. Allen, Cyrus. Denham, Jack. Grabman, Genevieve M. Lim, Seongbae. , Ewick, Patricia. Grayman, Jesse Hession. Sanchez, Mabel. Sarat, Austin. Thomas, Dania. Vadi, Maaja. Wheeler, Anthony R. Yolbulan, Okan Elif. F. Cartwright, Juliana. Aguilera, Ruth V. Andrades, Lidia. Arar, Khalid. Crookes, Adrian. Demos, Vasilikie. Drew, Joseph. Fang, Christina. Gilmarti, Mattia J. Hoskinson, Sherry. Kinoti, Meru Abel. Kleinman, Gary. Lytras, Miltiades D. Pearlstein, Toby. Sacher, William. Shani, Abraham B. (Rami). Storberg-Walker, Julia. Tsuria, Ruth. Wingfield, Adia Harvey.
(2019)  | 9781906764692 | The Littman Library of Jewish | hbk. | book | Availability last checked: 11/6/2018
AUD 70.95 (inc. GST), AUD 64.50 (ex. GST),
Coming in January 2019
Sarah Schenirer is one of the unsung heroes of twentieth-century OrthodoxJudaism. The Bais Yaakov schools she founded in interwar Poland had anunparalleled impact on a traditional Jewish society threatened by assimilationand modernity, educating a generation of girls to take an active part in theircommunity....

Ceremonial Synagogue Textiles: From Ashkenazi, Sephardi, and Italian Communities

Yaniv. Yaniv, Bracha. Bos-Nehles, Anna. Nath, Sahu Tarak. Jessel, Christopher. Marina, Olya. Nicholls, David. Smith, Graham. Staunton, Suzanne. Allen, Cyrus. Denham, Jack. Grabman, Genevieve M. Lim, Seongbae. , Ewick, Patricia. Grayman, Jesse Hession. Sanchez, Mabel. Sarat, Austin. Thomas, Dania. Vadi, Maaja. Wheeler, Anthony R. Yolbulan, Okan Elif. F. Cartwright, Juliana. Aguilera, Ruth V. Andrades, Lidia. Arar, Khalid. Crookes, Adrian. Demos, Vasilikie. Drew, Joseph. Fang, Christina. Gilmarti, Mattia J. Hoskinson, Sherry. Kinoti, Meru Abel. Kleinman, Gary. Lytras, Miltiades D. Pearlstein, Toby. Sacher, William. Shani, Abraham B. (Rami). Storberg-Walker, Julia. Tsuria, Ruth. Wingfield, Adia Harvey.
(2018)  | 9781906764180 | The Littman Library of Jewish | hbk. | book | Availability last checked: 11/6/2018
AUD 152.95 (inc. GST), AUD 139.05 (ex. GST),
Coming in December 2018
Richly illustrated and meticulously documented, this is the first comprehensivesurvey of synagogue textiles to be available in English. Bracha Yaniv, a leadingexpert in the field of Jewish ceremonial textiles, records their evolution fromancient times to the present. The volume contains a systematic...

The Jewish wine trade and the origin of Jewish moneylending : principles and pressures.

Soloveitchik, Haym.
(2018)  | 9781904113249 | The Littman Library of Jewish | hbk. | book
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Traces of memory : the ruins of Jewish civilization in Polish Galicia.

Webber, Jonathan. Schwarz, Chris.
(2018)  | 9781874774549 | The Littman Library of Jewish | hbk. | book | 320pp
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500 colour photographs, all fully captioned, show the traces of the Jewish past that are still to be seen in the towns and countryside of southern Poland. Accompanying texts explore how and where Jews lived before the Holocaust, where they were murdered, and how they are remembered in Poland today.

Connected Jews: Expressions of Community in Analogue and Digital Culture

Bronner. Lieber. Bos-Nehles, Anna. Nath, Sahu Tarak. Jessel, Christopher. Marina, Olya. Nicholls, David. Smith, Graham. Staunton, Suzanne. Allen, Cyrus. Denham, Jack. Grabman, Genevieve M. Lim, Seongbae. , Battegay, Caspar. Bronner, Simon J. Ewick, Patricia. Grayman, Jesse Hession. Sanchez, Mabel. Sarat, Austin. Thomas, Dania. Vadi, Maaja. Wheeler, Anthony R. Yolbulan, Okan Elif. F. Cartwright, Juliana. Aguilera, Ruth V. Andrades, Lidia. Arar, Khalid. Crookes, Adrian. Demos, Vasilikie. Drew, Joseph. Fang, Christina. Gilmarti, Mattia J. Hoskinson, Sherry. Kinoti, Meru Abel. Kleinman, Gary. Lytras, Miltiades D. Pearlstein, Toby. Sacher, William. Shani, Abraham B. (Rami). Storberg-Walker, Julia. Tsuria, Ruth. Wingfield, Adia Harvey.
(2018)  | 9781906764869 | The Littman Library of Jewish | pbk. | book | Availability last checked: 11/6/2018
AUD 58.95 (inc. GST), AUD 53.59 (ex. GST),
Coming in December 2018
How Jews use media to connect with one another has profound consequences forJewish identity, community, and culture. This volume explores how the use ofmedia can both create communities and divide them because of how different mediashape actions and project anxieties, conflicts, and emotions. Taken...

Emergent Hasidism : sponteneity and institutionalization.

Rapoport-Albert, Ada.
(2018)  | 9781874774624 | The Littman Library of Jewish | hbk. | book
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Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry Volume 31: Poland and Hungary: Jewish Realities Compared

Et, Al Guesnet. Bos-Nehles, Anna. Nath, Sahu Tarak. Jessel, Christopher. Marina, Olya. Nicholls, David. Smith, Graham. Staunton, Suzanne. Allen, Cyrus. Denham, Jack. Grabman, Genevieve M. Lim, Seongbae. , Guesnet, François. Lupovitch, Howard. Polonsky, Antony. Ewick, Patricia. Grayman, Jesse Hession. Sanchez, Mabel. Sarat, Austin. Thomas, Dania. Vadi, Maaja. Wheeler, Anthony R. Yolbulan, Okan Elif. F. Cartwright, Juliana. Aguilera, Ruth V. Andrades, Lidia. Arar, Khalid. Crookes, Adrian. Demos, Vasilikie. Drew, Joseph. Fang, Christina. Gilmarti, Mattia J. Hoskinson, Sherry. Kinoti, Meru Abel. Kleinman, Gary. Lytras, Miltiades D. Pearlstein, Toby. Sacher, William. Shani, Abraham B. (Rami). Storberg-Walker, Julia. Tsuria, Ruth. Wingfield, Adia Harvey.
(2018)  | 9781906764715 | The Littman Library of Jewish | hbk. | book | Availability last checked: 11/6/2018
AUD 129.95 (inc. GST), AUD 118.14 (ex. GST),
Coming in November 2018
At the beginning of the twentieth century, the Jewish communities of Poland andHungary were the largest in the world and arguably the most culturally vibrant,yet they have rarely been studied comparatively. Despite the obvioussimilarities, historians have mainly preferred to highlight the differences...

Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry Volume 31: Poland and Hungary: Jewish Realities Compared

Et, Al Guesnet. Bos-Nehles, Anna. Nath, Sahu Tarak. Jessel, Christopher. Marina, Olya. Nicholls, David. Smith, Graham. Staunton, Suzanne. Allen, Cyrus. Denham, Jack. Grabman, Genevieve M. Lim, Seongbae. , Guesnet, François. Lupovitch, Howard. Polonsky, Antony. Ewick, Patricia. Grayman, Jesse Hession. Sanchez, Mabel. Sarat, Austin. Thomas, Dania. Vadi, Maaja. Wheeler, Anthony R. Yolbulan, Okan Elif. F. Cartwright, Juliana. Aguilera, Ruth V. Andrades, Lidia. Arar, Khalid. Crookes, Adrian. Demos, Vasilikie. Drew, Joseph. Fang, Christina. Gilmarti, Mattia J. Hoskinson, Sherry. Kinoti, Meru Abel. Kleinman, Gary. Lytras, Miltiades D. Pearlstein, Toby. Sacher, William. Shani, Abraham B. (Rami). Storberg-Walker, Julia. Tsuria, Ruth. Wingfield, Adia Harvey.
(2018)  | 9781906764722 | The Littman Library of Jewish | pbk. | book | Availability last checked: 11/6/2018
AUD 58.95 (inc. GST), AUD 53.59 (ex. GST),
Coming in November 2018
At the beginning of the twentieth century, the Jewish communities of Poland andHungary were the largest in the world and arguably the most culturally vibrant,yet they have rarely been studied comparatively. Despite the obvioussimilarities, historians have mainly preferred to highlight the differences...

 

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