AJS review. The Journal of the Association for Jewish Studies, Vol. 32, Number 1, April 2008.

Cambridge, Mass. Association for Jewish Studies, 2008. First Edition. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers, iv, 219 pp. Very Good. Item #62712

Articles are "The Little ice Age and the jews: Environmental History and the Mercurial Nature of Jewish-Christian relations in Early Modern Germany," Dean Phillip Bell, "Whither Jewish Music? Jewish Studies, Music Scholarship, and the Tilt Between Seminary and University," Judah M. Cohen, "Navigating Rough Waters: Alexander Kohut and the Hungarian Roots of Conservative Judaism," Howard N. Lupovitch, "Luis de Carvahal and His People," Samuel Temkin, "Irano-Talmudica I: The Three-Legged Ass and Ridya in B. Ta'anith: Some Observations about Mythic Hydrology in the Babylonian Talmud and in Ancient Iran," Reuven Kiperwasser and Dan D.Y. Shapira, "Job the Patient/ Maimonides the Physician: A Case Study in the Unity of Maimonides Thought," Jason Kalman, "Hasidei de'ar'a and Hasidei dekokhvaya: Two Trends in Modern Jewish Historiography," Yohanan Petrovsky-Shtern.

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