Hebrew and the Bible in America: The First Two Centuries.
by Goldman, Shalom, editor.
Brandeis University Press and Dartmouth College, Published by University Press of New England
Octavo in dust jacket, xxx, 259 pp., b/w illustrations, index
Articles are "Christian Hebreaism and the Jewish Christian Polemic," Kitziah Spanier, "'Northernmost Israel': England, the Old Testament and the Hebraic 'Veritas' as Seen by Bede and Roger Bacon," Charles Stinson, "Seventeenth-Century English Travellers to Palestine," Barabra Krieger, "The Ten Lost Tribes," Cyrus Gordon, "The Rise and Fall of the Jewish Indian Theory," Richard H. Popkin, "The 'Hope of Israel' in Early Modern Ethnography and Eschatology," Grant Underwood, "The New England Puritans and the Jews," Arthur Herzberg, "The Influence of Josephus on Cotton Mather's 'Biblia Americana': A Study in Ambiguity," Louis H. Feldman, "Ezra Stiles and the Jews: A Study in Ambivalence," Arthur A. Chiel, "New Amsterdam's Twenty-Three Jews - Myth or Realities?" Leo Hershkowitz, "Hebrew and Liturgical Exercises in the Colonial Period," Nathan M. Kaganoff, "The Use of Hebrew by American Jews During the Colonial Period," Jacob Kabakoff, "Biblical Hebrew in Colonial America: The Case of Dartmouth," Shalom Goldman, "Classical and Hebraic Models of Moral Instruction at Dartmouth College, 1770-1800," Matthew I. Wienecke, "Professor Stephen Sewalland: The Transformation of Hebrew at Harvard," Thomas J. Siegel
Language: English Language
Edition: First Edition
Condition: Very Good
Book Id: 15040