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  • Notice to Contributors

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  2. 2. Note numbers in the text should be one continuous series of numerals in superscript with no preceding spaces.

  3. 3. Each title should be cited in the language of the edition that you used for research. Citations of works in Hebrew should be transliterated according to Encyclopaedia Judaica usage.

  4. 4. Note form follows The Chicago Manual of Style. Publishers’ names are not required. Second and later references to a previously cited work should be referred to by the author’s last name and a short title (containing the key words from the main title). Use ibid. only when referring to a single work in the note directly above; do not use op cit. For articles, cite inclusive page numbers, as well as the specific page from which a direct quotation has been taken. Examples:

    1. 1. Benjamin Harshav, The Meaning of Yiddish (Berkeley, 1990), 27–51.

    2. 2. Ibid., 28.

    3. 3. Amos Funkenstein, “Gershom Scholem: Charisma, Kairos, and Messianic Dialectic,” History and Memory 4 (1992): 123–40, esp. 139.

    4. 4. Harshav, Meaning of Yiddish, 50. [End Page 185]

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Additional Information

ISSN
1527-2028
Print ISSN
0021-6704
Pages
p. 185
Launched on MUSE
2012-06-29
Open Access
No
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