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Supplements to the journal for the study of judaism

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This section presents a list of supplements for the study of Judaism that occur in the book titled Heavenly Tablets: interpretation, identity and tradition in ancient Judaism. In honoring Betsy Halpern-Amaru, this volume brings together a wide range of international scholars in the field of Ancient Judaism. Betsy's many interests in Jewish Studies and European history and religion converged in the courses she taught at Vassar. These included Second Temple literature courses, seminars on the representations of biblical women in post-biblical literature and on the biblical matriarchs in literature and art from the middle ages through the contemporary period, special studies on the narratives of Adam and Eve, the history of Anti-Semitism, and relations among Jews, Christians and Muslims in the Middle Ages and Renaissance.

Keywords: ancient Judaism; Betsy Halpern-Amaru; Renaissance; Vassar



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