Month: May 2021

David Manrique: Review of a Sephardic version of the Dance of Death in a Jewish Tradition (Ms. Parma 2666)

The Dance of Death according to the Castilian Tradition in the Parma Manuscript (Ms. Parma 2666) is a documentation of a unique medieval version – one of the earliest textual witnesses of this literary genre. Through it, we are indirectly introduced by a Jewish copier to a Christian dramatic-theatrical version of the Dance of Death …

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Merav Reuveni: The response of Jewish Orthodox press to the “Language War” in 1913-14

Hebrew’s status as the Holy Language is supposedly obvious in Jewish tradition. Nevertheless, in the early 20th century, the Orthodoxy in both Europe and Palestine was embarrassed by its modern uses by nationalist and Zionist Jews, particularly as part of the modernization of Jewish education. The meeting presented the Jewish Orthodox press’s dilemma in the …

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