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Weekly Journal Review #12
The American Rabbi. Tu B’Shvat to Shavuot. 2007/5767.
General sermons, including Is Harry Potter an Abomination by Rick & Elissa Sherwin, Purim & Passover editorials & weekly commentaries for Exodus.
Hagar: Studies in Culture, Polity, Identities. Vol. 6 (2) Fall 2006.
Published by the Hubert Humphrey Institute for Social Research at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.
Articles about bodies, boundaries and borders, in Israel, California & Cyprus.
Harvard Theological Review. 99:4, October 2006.
Special issue honoring the 5oth anniversary of the admission of women to the Harvard Divinity School, and the 25th anniversary of the Women’s Studies in Religion Program.
Guest editor: Ann Braude.
Hebraic Political Studies. Fall 2006. Vol. 1:5.
A peer reviewed journal aiming to “evaluate the place of the Jewish textual tradition, alongside with the traditions of Greece and Rome, in political history and the history of political thought.”
Includes a symposium on David Novak’s The Jewish Social Contract.
Ha-Kivun Mizrah. (Pointing East) #12, 2006. Hebrew.
Poetry, short stories, essays & interviews about the biographical and the autobiographical. Also a special homage to the poet Erez Biton.
Sefarad: Revista de Estudios Hebraicos, Sefardies y de Priente Proximo. Vol. 66:1 (January-June 2006)
Bi-Annual published in Madrid, Spain, with articles in English & Spanish about Jewish culture and languages, with an emphasis on Sephardic studies.
Studies in Religion/Sciences Religieuses. Vol. 35:3-4. 2006
Special issue in religious studies in Canada. Guest editor: Michel Gardaz.
Tradition: a Journal of Orthodox Jewish Thought. Vol. 39:4, Winter 2006.
Special issue on war and the Jewish tradition. Guest editor: Marc Stern.