The Babylonian Talmud is an enormous composition, consisting of over 40 tractates, some of them several hundred pages long. This series intends to produce a commentary volume on each of these tractates, as well as a commentary on the mishnaic tractates that do not have a Babylonian exegesis to them.
In each volume a scholar of rabbinic Judaism will engage all the texts she or he perceives as relevant to the issue of women and gender, and will also produce an overall introduction to the tractate, outlining its gender conception. The exegetical approach to the text will be varied – theological, philosophical, philological, literary or historical, depending on the commentator’s preferences. This project is an international endeavour. Individual tractates will be commented upon by distinguished scholars, coming from different countries and institutions.
Each will be published in a separate volume.
Volume V/2. Text, Translation, and Commentary
2020. XII, 316 pages.
cloth 109,00 €
Massekhet Qiddushin Chapter 4
Volume III/7/d. Text, Translation, and Commentary
In collaboration with Esther Fisher and Inbar Raveh
2021. X, 304 pages.
cloth 114,00 €
Volume II/6. Text, Translation, and Commentary
2009. X, 224 pages.
cloth 79,00 €
Volume II/7. Text, Translation, and Commentary
2010. X, 191 pages.
cloth 79,00 €
Volume II/9: Text, Translation, and Commentary
2008. X, 340 pages.
cloth 99,00 €
Volume V/3. Text, Translation, and Commentary
2017. XIII, 671 pages.
cloth 139,00 €
Volume V/7. Text, Translation, and Commentary
2013. IX, 487 pages.
cloth 129,00 €
Tractates Tamid, Middot and Qinnim
Volume V/9. A Feminist Commentary
2013. XII, 258 pages.
cloth 89,00 €
Tal Ilan Born 1956; 1991 PhD on Jewish Women in Greco-Roman Palestine at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem; 2003–22 Professor for Jewish Studies at the Freie Universität, Berlin; 2022 retired; since 2008 she is the editor of the Feminist Commentary on the Mishnah and the Babylonian Talmud (FCBT).