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Index to Volume 17 Index to Volume 17 Author Index 193 Baker, Zachary M. A Gazetteer ofYiddish Place Names (Review Essay). Fall 1998 (Vol. 17, No. 1), pp. 117-121. Bidmead, Julye. Pedagogy and Archaeology: How Students 'Dig' the Web. Summer 1999 (Vol. 17, No.4), pp. 89-93. Birken, Lawrence. Speech and Blood: Victor Klemperer's Tagebiicher, 1933-45 (Review Essay). Fa1l1998 (Vol. 17, No.1), pp. 122-136. Bowman, Steven. A Marriage ofWoolfand Proust Performed by Albert Cohen (Review Essay). Spring 1999 (Vol. 17, No.3), pp. 145-149. Brettschneider, Marla. Jewish/Feminist/Queer: Identity Challenges for Moderns and PostModerns . Winter 1999 (Vol. 17, No.2), pp. 8-15. Bronner, Leila. Hannah's Prayer: Rabbinic Ambivalence. Winter 1999 (Vol. 17, No.2), pp. 36-48. Dean-Otting, Miriam. Spontaneity in Teaching: Incorporating Current Vatican Publications on the Jews into a Course on Modern Judaism. Summer 1999 (Vol. 17, No.4), pp. 76-82. Epstein, Lisa. Dr. Spock for the' 1890s: Medical Advice Literature for Jews of the Russian Empire. Summer 1999 (Vol. 17, No.4), pp.l-19. Frolick, David A. An Experiment in Learning: A Cross-Disciplinary Approach in Teaching the Holocaust. Summer 1999 (Vol. 17, No.4), pp. 38-65. Fuchs, Esther. Female and Jewish: Critique and Reconstruction: Editor's Introduction. Winter 1999 (Vol. 17, No.2), pp. 1-7. __. Images of Women in Holocaust Films. Winter 1999 (Vol. 17, No.2), pp. 49-56. Fuchs, Miriam. Recalling the Past and Rescuing the Self: Autobiographical Siippagein Grete Weil's The Bride Price: A Novel. Winter 1999 (Vol. 17, No.2), pp. 73-83.. Graetz, Naomi. Jerusalem the Widow. Winter 1999 (Vol. 17, No.2), pp. 16-24. Greenspan, Henry. Listening to Holocaust Survivors: Interpreting a Repeated Story. Summer 1999 (Vol. 17, No.4), pp. 83-88. Gross, Aaron. Two Buddhist-Jewish-Christian Conversations(Review Essay). Spring 1999 (Vol. 17, No.3), pp. 99-106. Haas, Peter 1. TeachingJewish Studies: Four Reflections., Summer 1999 (Vol. 17, No.4), pp. 66-67. Herman, Jonathan R. Judaism and Chinese Religion: A Prolegomenon to Any Future Dialogue. Spring 1999 (Vol. 17, No.3), pp. 69-84. Holdrege, Barbara A. What Have Brahmins to Do with Rabbis? Embodied Communities and Paradigms ofReligious Tradition. Spring 1999 (Vol. 17, No.3), pp. 23-50. Jacobs, Neil G. Introduction: A Field ofJewish Geography. Fa1l1998 (Vol. 17, No. I), pp. 1-18. Jones, Lindsay. Jewish Place and Placelessness: Historical and Academic Challenges (or "What the Study ofJewish Space and Place Suggests to Me about the Aztecs 'J. Fall 1998 (Vol. 17, No.1), pp. 36-48. 194 SHOFAR Summer 1999 Vol. 17, No.4 Kasimow, Harold. Editor's Introduction. Spring 1999 (Vol. 17, No.3), pp. 1-6. --. Swami Vivekananda and Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel: Standing on the Shoulders of Giants. Spring 1999 (Vol. 17, No.3), pp. 51-57. Katz, Nathan. From Legend to History: India and Israel in the Ancient World. Spring 1999 (Vol. 17, No.3), pp. 7-22. King, Robert D. On the Uses ofYiddish Language Geography. Fall 1998 (Vol. 17, No.1), pp. 81-89. Levenson, Alan. The Posen Factor. Fall 1998 (Vol. 17, No.1), pp. 72-80. Linzer, Judith. Maurice Friedman and Zalman Schacter-Shalomi: Pilgrims to the East. Spring 1999 (Vol. 17, No.3), pp. 85-92. Lorenz, Dagmar C. G. In Search ofthe Land ofthe Fathers: Galicia, the Bukovina and Eastern European Jewry in the Works of Contemporary German and Austrian Authors and Filmmakers. Fall 1998 (Vol. 17, No.1), pp. 49-58. Lubarsky, Sandra B. Advice to Job from a Buddhist Friend. Spring 1999 (Vol. 17, No.3), pp. 58-68. Lyles, Lois. Let My Daughter Go: The Jewish Mother and the Black Mother in Novels about Catastrophe and Bondage. Winter 1999 (Vol. 17, No.2), pp. 102-109. Marks, Richard G. Jewish-Buddhist Meetings (Review Essay). Spring 1999 (Vol. 17, No.3), pp. 93-98. Matza, Diane. Loss and Discovery in a Traditional Culture: The Stories of Gloria DeVidas Kirchheimer and Ruth Knafo Setton. Winter 1999 (Vol. 17, No.2), pp. 95-101. Meier, Samuel A. Orienting the Mappa Mundi in Judaism's Earliest Traditions. Fall 1998 (Vol. 17, No.1), pp. 19...

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