Contents I-XIII introduction 1-17 Division A: The Bible and Its World 18-56 Division B: History of the Jewish People 57-79 Division C: Rabbinic Literature and Jewish Law 80-93 Division C: Jewish Thought 94-154 Division D: Literatures



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Zeev Gries (H)

Jewish Print in Poland, from the Beginning to the End of the 18th Century



Avriel Bar-Levav (H)

Printers As Cultural Agents: Jewish Printing in Amsterdadm in the 17th

and 18th Centuries

Maxim Zaveriaev (E)

The Chain of Elites and the Creation of the Publishing House of the

Karaite Community of the Crimea

Gideon Kouts (H)

The Hebrew-Language Popular Press in Europe and Its Founders (1876-

1886)

PROGRAM


151

302 A Treasury of Talmudic Manuscripts: A Catalogue of Manuscripts

of the Mishna, Tosefta, the Talmuds, and the Rif of the Israel Academy of

the Sciences and Humanities (Plenary Session, in Cooperation with the

Friedberg Genizahh Research Project and the Ben-Zvi Institute)

Chairperson: David Rosenthal



Wednesday (3 Aug 2005) 11:30 - 13:30 Room: The Dan Wassong

Auditorium (Rabin building)

Yaakov Sussmann (H)

The Talmudic Manuscripts Catalog



Yoav Rosenthal (H)

The Babylonian Talmud in the Genizah: On the Early Form of Sugyot



Ezra Chwat (H)

Alfasi in the Genizah



Roni Shweka (H)

The Talmudic Manuscripts Catalogue: Summary of Findings



354 The Friedberg Project for Genizah Research – Plans and Activities

(Plenary Session, in Conjunction with the Friedberg Project for Genizah

Research under the Auspices of the University of Waterloo, Ontario,

Canada, and the Ben-Zvi Institute)

Chairperson: James A. Diamond



Wednesday (3 Aug 2005) 15:00 - 17:00 Room: The Dan Wassong

Auditorium (Rabin building)

Aharon Maman

Philology in the Genizah: Current Research in the Friedberg Project



Sarah Stroumsa

Intellectual Encounter in the Genizah: The Cataloguing of Philosophical,

Theological and Polemical Fragments

David Sklare

From the Work of the Center for the Study of Judaeo-Arabic Culture:

Biblical Quaestionae

Haggai Ben-Shammai (H)

The Karaite Library in Jerusalem: Its Creation in the 10th and 11th

Centuries and Reconstruction in the 21st Century Friedberg Genizah

Project


PROGRAM

152


532 The Karaite Project: An Illuminated Bibliography Edited by Dov

(Barry) Walfish (in Cooperation with the Karaite Project of the Ben-Zvi

Institute for the Study of Jewish Communities in the East)

Chairperson: David Sklare



Sunday (31 July 2005) 17:00 - 19:00 Room: 2605

Alfred Eidlisz (E)

Censorship in 19th Century Karaite Books



Haggai Ben-Shammai (H)

The Karaite Project



Mikhail Kizilov (E)

Karaite Printing in Eastern Europe in Modern Times: Development, Main

Tendencies, Problems and Perspectives

Barry Walfish (E)

The Karaite Bibliography



216 The Catalogue of the Cairo Genizah and the Study of

Canonization: On the Publication of the Late Nehemiah Aloni’s "The

Jewish Library in the Middle Ages" (in Cooperation with the Scholion:

Interdisciplinary Research Center in Jewish-Studies)

Chairperson: Robert Brody



Sunday (31 July 2005) 11:30 - 13:30 Room: 3001 (Rabin building)

Miriam Frenkel (H)

Booklists from the Cairo Geniza As Indicators of Canonization



Zeev Elkin

Booklists from the Cairo Genizah and Jewish Historical Literature from

the Geonic Period: Historiography within the Literary Canon and Canon

within Historiography



Zvi Stampfer (H)

The Canon that Disappeared: The Case of Rav Shmuel B. Hofni's

Canonical Status Revealed Exclusively in the Geniza

Moshe Lavee (H)

A Catalog of Books from the Canonical Literature: Aggadic Midrash in

the Catalog of Rabbi Joseph Rosh HaSeder

PROGRAM


153

217 Genizah Research

Chairperson: Miriam Frenkel



Tuesday (2 Aug 2005) 15:00 - 17:00 Room: 105 (Truman Building)

Moshe Sokolow (E)

A Geniza Digest of Torah Commentaries



Elinoar Bareket (H)

Hidden Messages within Biblical Verses in Geniza Letters



Avraham David (H)

Between Ashkenaz and the East in the 16th Century – Ashkenazic Jews

and Their Status in Eretz-Israel and Egypt As Reflected in the Cairo

Geniza


533 Judaica Librarianship: Collections, Projects and Issues – Session A

Chairperson: Yael Penkower



Tuesday (2 Aug 2005) 15:00 - 17:00 Room: 2729

Elhanan Adler (H)

Digitilization of Judaica Source Materials and Its Impact on Research in

Jewish Studies

Chaim Seymour

Self-publishing by the Ultra-Orthodox in Israel



Meira Harroch

The Ephemera Collection in the Jewish National and University Library

in Jerusalem

534 Judaica Librarianship: Collections, Projects and Issues – Session B

Chairperson: Ya'akov Aronson



Tuesday (2 Aug 2005) 17:30 - 19:30 Room: 2729

Bella Hass Weinberg (E)

The Legitimacy of the Sheva Merahef and Its Implications for the

Romanization of Hebrew

Michlean J. Amir (E)

After the Destruction: Documenting the History of Jewish Life in Eastern

Europe vs. Books Written about German Jewish Communities

Ilana Tahan (E)

Jewish and Hebrew Books from India and the Inventory of British Library

Holdings

PROGRAM


154

535 Hebrew Unicums from the Libraries of the Jewish Theological

Seminary and the National Library and Their Contribution to Research

Chairperson: Yoram Tsafrir



Tuesday (2 Aug 2005) 19:30 - 21:45 Room: Schocken Library (Balfur 6,

Jerusalem)

Sara Jacqueline Fraenkel (H)

A Challenge for the Librarian and the Collector; How to Find, Iidentify

and Publish Unicums

David Kraemer (H)

On the Unicum in the Collection of the Library of the Jewish Theological

Seminary:

An Illuminated Spanish Mishneh Torah of the 15th Century (ms. R1618)



Shmuel Glick (H)

Kuntress on Shabbat Chatuna (in Pisa): A Unicom from the Schocken

Library in Jerusalem

Shimon Iakerson (H)

The Uniqueness of the Jewish Theological Seminary’s Incunabula

Collection

PROGRAM


155

Division E: Contemporary Jewish Society

600 The Creation of a National Narrative (Plenary session)

Chairperson: Haim Guri



Thursday (4 Aug 2005) 11:30 - 13:30 Room: Senate Hall

Anita Shapira (H)

The Role of Literature in Formulating the Zionist Narrative



Dan Laor (H)

“The Silver Tray”: Narrative and Counter Narrative



Ze'ev Tzahor (H)

Politics, Ideology and Historical Research: Their Role in Shaping the

Narrative of the Foundation of the State of Israel

270 Fifty Years after the Kastner Trial – A Public Debate (Plenary

Session) (in Cooperation with the Stephen Roth Institute for the Study of

Contemporary Anti-Semitism and Racism, Tel-Aviv University)

Chairperson: Dan Laor



Wednesday (3 Aug 2005) 17:30 - 19:30 Room: 6837 (Hendeles Zwig

Auditorium)

Yechiam Viz (H)

The Position of Israel Kastner



Shlomo Aronson (H)

The Prosecution's Position



Dina Porat (H)

The Defence's Position

PROGRAM

156


338 Mishpat Ivri- Whence and Whither? (Plenary Session) – Session A

Chairperson: Menachem Elon



Tuesday (2 Aug 2005) 15:00 - 17:00 Room: 2718

Menachem Elon (H)

Misphat Ivri and the Shaping of the Legal System of Israel As a

Democratic Jewish State

Suzanne L. Stone (E)

New Directions for Jewish Law from the American Legal Academy



Amihai Radzyner (H)

"Jewish Law" and "Talmudic Research": The Case of Asher Gulak



Shamma Friedman (H)

Correlations Between the Talmud and Mishpat Ivri in Asher Gulak’s

Studies

339 Mishpat Ivri- Whence and Whither? (Plenary Session ) – Session B

Chairperson: Elihav Shochetman



Tuesday (2 Aug 2005) 17:30 - 19:30 Room: 2718

Gideon Libson (H)

Marking Forty Years of the Institute for Research in Jewish Law:

Projected Goals and Directions

Aviad Hacohen (H)

Unlawful Enrichment and Not in Jewish Law



Yuval Sinai (H)

Jewish Law in Israeli Courts: A Future Glimpse



601 "Brith Shalom" and the Hebrew University (in Cooperation with

the Richard Koebner Minerva Center for German History)

Chairperson: Steven Aschheim



Tuesday (2 Aug 2005) 11:30 - 13:30 Room: Buber 200

Hedva Ben-Israel (H)

Dr. Magnes and "Brith Shalom"



Alek D. Epstein (H)

From "Brith Shalom" to "Hug 77": Political Movements Led by Hebrew

University Professors Before and After the Foundation of the State of

Israel


Noam Zadoff (H)

The Pilegesh Circle: Friendship and Satire at the Hebrew University

PROGRAM

157


602 The Associates of Brith Shalom (in Cooperation with the Richard

Koebner Minerva Center for German History)

Chairperson: Moshe Zimmermann



Tuesday (2 Aug 2005) 15:00 - 17:00 Room: Buber 200

Aharon Kedar (H)

Ruppin's Contribution to "Brith Shalom": From Essential to Marginal



Anja Siegemund (E)

Not Just a "Spectator": Robert Weltsch As Representative of the Concept

of "Verstaendigung" Between Jews and Arabs

Dimitry Shumsky (H)

Czecho-German Jewry and the Origins of Bi-nationalism: The Case of

Hugo Bergmann

Adi Gordon (H)

Hans Kohn and the Limits of Brith Shalom



603 "Brith Shalom": Politics and Philosophy (in Cooperation with the

Richard Koebner Minerva Center for German History)

Chairperson: Paul Mendes-Flohr



Tuesday (2 Aug 2005) 17:30 - 19:30 Room: Buber 200

Hermann Tamar (H)

The Politics of the Inevitable: Bi-nationalism in Israel\Palestine, Past and

Present

Sara Strassburg-Dayan (H)

Zion: Kingdom of Heaven or the Kingdom of Israel? Between "Brith

Shalom" and "Brith Ha-Biryonim".

Zohar Maor (H)

The Mystical Roots of "Brith-Shalom": Berlin and Prague After the First

World War

PROGRAM


158

604 Issues in the Study of Anti-Semitism: Psychology and Character (in

Cooperation with the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs) – Session A

Chairperson: Chaya Hershkovic



Monday (1 Aug 2005) 09:00 - 11:00 Room: 2605

Charles Bahn (E)

Jewish Anti-Israelism: A Mutation of Jewish Self-Hate



Daphne Burdman (H)

Hatred of the Jews As a Psychological Phenomenon in Palestinian Society



Manfred Gerstenfeld (E)

The Total War on Israel: The Methodology of the Anti-Israel Forces



605 Issues in the Study of Anti-Semitism: (in Cooperation with the

Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs) – Session B

Chairperson: Manfred Gerstenfeld



Monday (1 Aug 2005) 11:30 - 13:30 Room: 2605

Gerald Steinberg (E)

NGOs and Israel



Shimon Samuels (E)

The Globalization of Post-Durban Antisemitism



Mike Whine (E)

International Conferences on Anti-Semitism and Human Rights Issues



606 Anti-Semitism and the Media (in Cooperation with the Jerusalem

Center for Public Affairs)

Chairperson: Manfred Gerstenfeld



Monday (1 Aug 2005) 15:00 - 17:00 Room: 2605

Itamar Marcus (E)

Palestinian Schoolbooks and Media: A Window to Internal Palestinian

Society

Trevor Asserson

The Pictures on the BBC: An Analysis of Bias



Tamar Sternthal (E)

The Portrayal of Israel in the American Media

PROGRAM

159


607 Post-Holocaust Issues (in Cooperation with the Jerusalem Center

for Public Affairs)

Chairperson: Manfred Gerstenfeld



Tuesday (2 Aug 2005) 09:00 - 11:00 Room: 2605

Michael Bazyler (E)

Post-Holocaust Restitution in Israel



Laurence Weinbaum (E)

The Contradictions Between War History and Memory in Romania



Susan Urban (E)

Minimizing the Holocaust and Demonizing a Country: Germany, Its Past

and Its Image of Israel 2000

608 Changing Situations in the American Jewish Community (in

Cooperation with the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs)

Chairperson: Manfred Gerstenfeld



Tuesday (2 Aug 2005) 11:30 - 13:30 Room: 2605

Chaim I. Waxman (E)

Denominational Shifts in American Jewry



Rela Mintz Geffen (E)

The Status of Jewish Women in American Jewish Religious and

Communal Life

Howard Weisband

New Direction for Communal Leadership



609 Jewish Community Issues (in Cooperation with the Jerusalem

Center for Public Affairs)

Chairperson: Manfred Gerstenfeld



Tuesday (2 Aug 2005) 15:00 - 17:00 Room: 2605

Yossi Shain

The Jews As a Paradimatic Case of Diaspora-Homeland Relations



Avi Beker (H)

The Jewish Refugees from Arab Lands



George Gruen

Changing Situations of the Jewish Community of Turkey

PROGRAM

160


610 Jewish and Israeli Foreign Policy (in Cooperation with the

Jerusalem Center for Public Policy)

Chairperson: Ben Mollov



Wednesday (3 Aug 2005) 09:00 - 11:00 Room: 2605

Shmuel Sandler (H)

Is there a Jewish Approach to World Politics?



Itzhak Mualem (H)

Israel's Foreign Policy: Arms Aid and the Aid for Jewish Diasporas in

Distress, Odd Couple?

Stuart Cohen (H)

"Unlicensed War" in the Jewish Political Tradition



611 Issues in Jewish Political Thought and Policy (in Coooperation with

the Jerusalem Center for Public Policy)

Chairperson: Shmuel Sandler



Wednesday (3 Aug 2005) 11:30 - 13:30 Room: 2605

Dov Paris (H)

Orthodox Attitudes to Women’s Learning: Towards a Possible

Compromise Based on Classical Sources

Joel Fishman (E)

Alexis de Tocqueville's Recognition of the Jewish Idea of Equality



Aharon Kompinsky (H)

The Changing Emphasis of the Israeli Army Rabbinate



Ben Mollov (E)

Dan Elazar's Approach to Federalism As Based on the Idea of "Brit"



612 70 Years of Youth Aliyah (in Cooperation with the Jewish Agency

for Israel)

Chairperson: Dalia Dorner



Sunday (31 July 2005) 11:30 - 13:30 Room: 2716

Dvora Hacohen (H)

The Beginning of Youth Aliya: Problems and Conflicts



Michael M. Laskier

The Saga of Youth Aliyah from Morocco, 1956-1967



Eli Amir (H)

Youth Aliyah: A Personal Point of View

PROGRAM

161


613 Aliyah and Absorption: New Olim and Veteran Olim – Session A

(in Cooperation with the Jewish Agency for Israel)

Chairperson: Dvora Hacohen



Sunday (31 July 2005) 14:30 - 13:30 Room: 2716

Rachel Cohen-Fridheim (H)

The Absorption of Olim from Arab Countries in Kibbutzim 1948-1954



David Nimrod-Cymrot (H)

The Children of the Ma`abarot [Transit Camps] During the Youth Aliyah



Tamar Horowitz (H)

Russian Educational Networks: Integration versus Segregation



614 Aliyah and Absorption: New Olim and Veteran Olim – Session B

(in Cooperation with the Jewish Agency for Israel)

Sunday (31 July 2005) 17:00 - 19:00 Room: 2716

Zion Zohar (E)

Orientalism and Anti-Orientalism Among Early Zionists in Palestine and

Israel and the Consequences for the Absorption of Mizrachi Jews

Eraz Tzfadia (H)

FSU immigrants in Israeli Development Towns: Policy and Protest



Nir Kedar (H)

Equality and Participation in Ben-Gurion's Political Outlook in the 1950s

and 1960s

615 Against All Odds: The Historical Foundations of Israeli Democracy

Session A

Chairperson: Moshe Hellinger

Thursday (4 Aug 2005) 09:00 - 11:00 Room: 2716

Haim Shapira (H)

Democratic Elements in the Jewish Political Tradition: Majority Rule



Gershon Bacon (H)

Nalewki Street in Tel-Aviv? On the Political Heritage of East European

Jewry

Penina Morag-Talmon (H)

Democracy-Values and Activities Amongst the Elite of the Sefardi Ethnic

Group and other Oriental Ethnic Groups

PROGRAM


162

616 Against All Odds: The Historical Foundations of Israeli Democracy

Session B

Chairperson: Ofer Shiff

Thursday (4 Aug 2005) 15:00 - 17:00 Room: 2716

Yossi Goldstein

Between Herzl and Ben-Gurion: Development of Democratic Processes in

the Zionist Movement, 1897-1948

Moshe Lissak (H)

Between a Group of Communities and "Voluntary Regimentation": The

Development of Yishuv Democracy

Allon Gal (H)

From Negation of the Exile to Activation of the Diaspora: Zionist

Diplomacy in the Liberal-Democratic Countries

618 Leaders and Institution in the 20th Century

Monday (1 Aug 2005) 11:30 - 13:30 Room: 2714

Victoria Khiterer (E)

Max Mandelshtam, Palestinophile and Zionist Leader



Michael Beizer (H)

New Light on the Murder of Professor Israel Friedlander and Rabbi

Bernard Cantor

Alexander Cornescu-Coren (H)

The End of the Schonau Refugee Camp in Austria in Light of New

Documents Released by the British Records Office

Carole Fink (E)

The World Jewish Congress and World Diplomacy, 1936-1939



619 Abba Hillel Silver: The Unpublished Autobiography

Chairperson: Gary P. Zola



Monday (1 Aug 2005) 17:30 - 19:30 Room: 2714

Amos Goldberg

Black Mirror: Jewish Autobiographical Writings after the Holocaust



Zohar Segev

The Zionism of Abba Hillel Silver from an American Perspective



Ofer Shiff (H)

The "Jewish" Autobiography of Abba Hillel Silver

PROGRAM

163


620 Historiography and Documentation in the Zionist Movement

Chairperson: Meir Pail



Tuesday (2 Aug 2005) 09:00 - 11:00 Room: 2717

Dov Levitan (H)

Help Given by Scandinavian Governments and Individuals towards the

Founding of the State of Israel

Alec Mishory (E)

A Mythical Connection: Ghetto Heroism and the War of Independence



Suzanne D. Rutland (E)

Seeking 'Treasure Island': Manpower and Arms from Australia and the

South Pacific, 1948-1950

Neima Barzel (H)

The Attitude to "War" As a Characteristic of Two Collective Biographies:

"Fighters Talk” – the ‘67 Group, and the Founders of "Gush Emunim"

Ariel Feldestein (H)

Filming War: The Image of "the Other" in the 1948 War Films



421 Hebrew Literature for Children

Chairperson: Yael Darr



Thursday (4 Aug 2005) 15:00 - 17:00 Room: Buber 200

Basmat Even-Zohar (H)

The Beginnings of Hebrew Children’s Literature in Palestine: An

Enterpreneurial Project

Chana Livnat (H)

Heroes and Adventures: Hebrew Literature for Children and Youth in

Israel Between 1930 and 1945

Rima Shichmentar (H)

The Children’s Press During Israel’s First Decade

PROGRAM

164


423 Literature and Nationalism

Chairperson: Michal Arbell



Wednesday (3 Aug 2005) 09:00 - 11:00 Room: 2718

Ayelet Cohen (H)

Protest poetry As Text and Performance: Shabtai's "Libi" and the Second

Intifada

David Jacobson (H)

Politics and Literature: The Occupation in Israeli Fiction



Dror Mishani (H)

“The Detached” and “The Wanderer” Meet in the Street



Motti Neiger

Protest Poetry As Text and Performance: Shabtai's "Libi" and the Second

Intifada

Ranen Omer-Sherman (E)

The Desert and the Old-New Jewish Nation



621 Aspects of the Political Discourse of the Second Aliyah (The Chaim

Weizmann Institute for the Study of Zionism and Israel, Tel-Aviv

University)

Chairperson: Paula Caballo



Wednesday (3 Aug 2005) 15:00 - 17:00 Room: 5818

Avi Bareli (H)

The Political Dimension in the Philosophy and Work of Berl Katzenelson



Gilat Gofer (H)

Women in Politics and Women's Politics During the Second Aliyah



Meir Chazan (H)

Federation H'achoresh: The Beginnig of Public Political Life in the Labor

Movement

PROGRAM


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622 Gender and the Labor Movement

Chairperson: Ofer Shiff



Wednesday (3 Aug 2005) 09:00 - 11:00 Room: 2715

Mira Yungman (E)

The Transfer by Hadassah of American Models in Health and Welfare to

the Yishuv and the Young State of Israel

Rachel Sharaby (H)

The Private that Is Public: The Blurring of Gender Labor Divisions



Esther Carmel-Hakim (H)

Zionist Feminism from Theory to Practice – WIZO and Rebecca Sieff:

Walking Untrodden Paths

233 Women Creators (in Cooperation with the Feminist and Gender

Studies Sector of the Israel Historical Society)

Chairperson: Yaffah Berlovitz



Tuesday (2 Aug 2005) 17:30 - 19:30 Room: Buber 202


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