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This section contains biography of Dr. Joseph (Yossi) Yahalom. In 2009, Professor Dr. Joseph (Yossi) Yahalom formally retired from his post as Professor of Hebrew Poetry and Literature at the Hebrew University. Joseph Yahalom was born on April 11, 1941, in Haifa, Israel. Joseph Yahalom's research on Hebrew medieval liturgical poetry focused on a period of roughly one thousand years, from the days of early Byzantium until the final days of Jewish presence on the Iberian Peninsula and the Sephardic diaspora, and was his main scholarly activity. Yahalom's bibliography testifies to his expertise of understanding Hebrew verse, laying much emphasis on the interaction between the Jewish and surrounding cultures, which concur with Yahalom's overall convictions and views about Jewish literature in context.

Keywords:Isaiah 52:13-53:12; Jewish literature; Joseph Yahalom

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