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  Volume 95, Number 1, Winter 2005

Table of Contents

From: Jewish Quarterly Review

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Editor's Introduction

pp. v-vi


Accounting for the Self: Preliminary Generic-Historical Reflections on Early Modern Jewish Egodocuments

pp. 1-15

Jewish Autobiography: The Elusive Subject

pp. 16-59

Scholarship as Moral Vision: David Flusser on Jesus, Paul, and the Birth of Christianity

pp. 60-73

Confessions of a Jewish Autobiography Reader

pp. 74-80

Review Essay

The Literary and the Historical: Reflections on a Jewish Memoir

pp. 81-89

Becoming Historians

pp. 90-106

Writing from Disaster: Two Autobiographies

pp. 107-117

Review Forum

Part One: Just Like Everyone Else, Only More So

pp. 119-130

Part Two: Vision and Realization

pp. 131-141

Part Three: The West and the Rest

pp. 142-150


A History of the Jews or Judaism? On Seth Schwartz's Imperialism and Jewish Society, 200 B.C.E. to 640 C.E.

pp. 151-162

The Rashbam Authorship Controversy Redux: On Sara Japhet's The Commentary of Rabbi Samuel Ben Meir (Rashbam) on the Book of Job (Hebrew)

pp. 163-181


Some Forlorn Writings of a Forgotten Ashkenazi Prophet: R. Nehemiah ben Shlomo ha-Navi'

pp. 183-196

Dissertations in Jewish Studies

Dissertations in Jewish Studies

pp. 197-204



pp. 205-206

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