Volume 96, Number 1, Winter 2006

Table of Contents

From: Jewish Quarterly Review

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Introduction: "A Splendid Outburst of Spirituality"

pp. v-vi
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Women and Sexual Ambivalence in Sefer Hasidim

pp. 1-8
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The Rhineland Pietists' Sacralization of Oral Torah

pp. 9-16
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R. Judah he-Hasid and the Rabbinic Scholars of Regensburg: Interactions, Influences, and Implications

pp. 17-37
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The Humble Sage and the Wandering Madman: Madness and Madmen in an Exemplum from Sefer Hasidim

pp. 38-49
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German Pietism and Sixteenth- and Early Seventeenth-Century Polish Rabbinic Culture

pp. 50-59
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Pietists and Kibbitzers

pp. 60-64
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Appendix to "Pietists and Kibbitzers"

Articles

Bilhah the Temptress: The Testament of Reuben and "The Birth of Sexuality"

pp. 65-94
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Maimonides on Leprosy: Illness as Contemplative Metaphor

pp. 95-122
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Christian Hebraism in a Contemporary Key: The Search for Hebrew Epitaph Poetry in Seventeenth-Century Italy

pp. 123-146
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Contributors

Contributors

p. 147
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Dissertations in Jewish Studies

Dissertations in Jewish Studies