- Title Pages
- Note on Transliteration
Chapter OneThe Emergence of the Medieval Jewish Diaspora(s) of Europe from the Ninth to the Twelfth Centuries, with Some Thoughts on Historical DNA Studies
Chapter TwoMedieval Jewish Legends on the Decline of the Babylonian Centre and the Primacy of Other Geographical Centres
Chapter ThreeThe Sacrifice of the Souls of the Righteous upon the Heavenly Altar: Transformations of Apocalyptic Traditions in Medieval Ashkenaz
Chapter FourThe Bifurcated Legacy of Rabbi Moses Hadarshan and the Rise of Peshat Exegesis in Medieval France
Chapter FiveA New Look at Medieval Jewish Exegetical Constructions of Peshat in Christian and Muslim Lands: Rashbam and Maimonides
Chapter SixThe ‘Our Talmud’ Tradition and the Predilection for Works of Applied Law in Early Sephardi Rabbinic Culture
Chapter SevenFrom Germany to Northern France and Back Again: A Tale of Two Tosafist Centres
Chapter EightRabbinic Politics, Royal Conquest, and the Creation of a Halakhic Tradition in Medieval Provence
Chapter NineMediterranean Regionalism in Hebrew Panegyric Poetry
Chapter TenAttraction and Attribution: Framings of Sephardi Identity in Ashkenazi Prayer Books
Chapter ElevenMinhag and Migration: Yiddish Custom Books from Sixteenth-Century Italy
Chapter TwelveA Collection of Jewish Philosophical Prayers
Chapter ThirteenProphets and Their Impact in the High Middle Ages: A Subculture of Franco-German Jewry
- Regional Identities and Cultures of Medieval Jews
- Javier Castaño, Talya Fishman, Ephraim Kanarfogel
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