Like podcast: Now a popular medium, the terma portmanteau of "iPod" and "broadcast"left Hebraists
scratching their heads.
After a general introduction and a review of terminology, she addresses such topics as history or historical narratives: formative traditions in Karaite literature and their social functions, the interactions between the Karaites and the Protestant Hebraists
in the 17th and 18th centuries, Karaite chronography in the Crimea and Eastern Europe, and the Haskalah, Hokhmat Israel, and the evolution of Karaite identity in the Russian Empire.
McDougall never cites the considerable body of recent scholarship on the English Hebraists
However, unlike many Christian Hebraists
, who tended to empty out their kabbalistic sources of any Jewish specificity in order to demonstrate the veracity of Christian dogma, De' Sommi here uses elementary kabbalistic ideas to reinforce Jewish legitimacy.
sense Borges is a Christian kabbalist, a latter-day incarnation of Hebraists
who used Jewish mysticism in syncretic form to break molds.
17) Angel SAENZ-BADILLOS, Early Hebraists
in Spain: Menahem ben Saruq and Dunash ben Labrat, en Magne SAEBO (ed.
Even the Hebraists
, Sharon suggests, could not let go of the diaspora.
meticulously chronicles Servet's life, beginning with his early travels to Switzerland, where he met several important Hebraists
, and to Strasbourg, where he forged a relationship with the Protestant reformers Capito and Bucer.
While the WO of Biblical Hebrew is widely agreed by most Hebraists
to be VSO (verb-subject-object), this has lately been disputed.
and the Study of Judaism in Early Modern Europe, eds.
produced "lyric and epic poetry, short fiction and novels, essays, criticism, polemic, memoirs and translation"; however, "theirs was a brief flourishing, with a heyday from roughly 1915 to 1925 that was always based more on hopes and aspirations than on solidity and permanence" (xxiii).
Leibman's discussions of how Sir Christopher Wren rebuilt London after the fire of 1666 based on Biblical models of Jerusalem and Solomon's Temple (later resurrected as the prototype of Masonic Temples) and of how Christian Hebraists
who honored the Biblical Jews borrowed from Jewish authors and artists because of their supposed continuities with ancient traditions highlight the importance of considering Judaism within the field.