Jewish Studies Quarterly (JSQ)
Editors: Leora Batnitzky (Princeton) and Ra'anan Boustan (Princeton)
Advisory Board: Justin D. Cammy (Smith College, USA), Yaacob Dweck (Princeton University, USA), Katrin Kogman-Appel (Westfalian Wilhelms-University, Germany), Eve Krakowski (Princeton University, USA), Moshe Lavee (University of Haifa, Israel), Vivian Liska (University of Antwerp, Belgium), Vered Noam (Tel Aviv University, Israel), Ilana Pardes (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel), Daniel Stökl Ben Ezra (École Pratique des Hautes Études, France), Christian Wiese (Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany)
Managing Editor: Sally Freedman (Princeton)
ISSN 0944-5706 (Print Edition)
ISSN 1868-6788 (Online Edition)
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Founded by Peter Schäfer and Joseph Dan in 1993 and edited out of Princeton University, Jewish Studies Quarterly (JSQ) offers studies of Jewish history, religion and culture.
Founded by Peter Schäfer and Joseph Dan in 1993 and edited out of Princeton University, Jewish Studies Quarterly (JSQ) offers studies of Jewish history, religion and culture. JSQ publishes articles and issues on special themes, on multidisciplinary topics, as well as on any relevant subject, historical period, text or thinker in the study of Judaism.
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Talmud and Christianity: Rabbinic Judaism after Constantine, Part 2
Either Jews or Gentiles, Men or Women: The Talmudic Move from Legal to Essentialist Polarization of Identities
pp. 345-367 (23)
The Creation of the Talmud Yerushalmi and Apophthegmata Patrum as Monuments to the Rabbinic and Monastic Movements in Early Byzantine Times
pp. 368-393 (26)
Daniel H. Weiss
pp. 394-422 (29)
1996 Ph.D. Princeton University. 1996-97, Syracuse University (Assistant Professor of Religion); 1997-present, Princeton University (1997-2003, Assistant Professor of Religion; 2003-07, Associate Professor; 2007-2013, Professor; 2013-present, Ronald O. Perelman Professor of Jewish Studies and Professor of Religion).
2004 Ph.D. Princeton University. 2004-06, University of Minnesota (Assistant Professor of Early Judaism); 2006-17, University of California, Los Angeles (2006-2010, Assistant Professor of Ancient and Jewish History, 2010-17 Associate Professor; 2009-12 Director, Center for the Study of Religion); 2017-present, Research Scholar in the Program for Judaic Studies at Princeton University.
1977 Ph.D. (University of Pennsylvania)
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