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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Catherine Hezser (E)

Towards a Study of Popular Jewish Culture in Eretz Yisrael of the Roman

Period

Shmuel Feiner (H)

The Current Study of Haskalah: An Historical Perspective on the Jewish

Enlightenment

Jonathan D. Sarna (E)

New Trends in American Jewish History

PROGRAM

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204 Changes in Settlement and Culture in the Persian Period – Session



A

Chairperson: Aaron Demsky



Tuesday (2 Aug 2005) 09:00 - 11:00 Room: 2720

Yigal Levin (E)

The Southern Frontier of Yehud and the Creation of Idumea



Ian Stern (E)

Idumea During the Persian Period



Hanan Eshel (E)

Hellenism in the Land of Israel from the 5th Century BCE to the 2nd

Century BCE in Light of Semitic Epigraphy

Lisbeth S. Fried (E)

From Optimism to Doubt in Jewish Encounters with the Other



Diana Edelman (E)

Land Tenure Systems in Persian Yehud



205 Changes in Settlement and Culture in the Persian Period – Session

B

Chairperson: Cynthia Edenburg



Tuesday (2 Aug 2005) 11:30 - 13:30 Room: 2720

Avraham Faust

Demographic Processes in Judea from the End of the Iron Age to the

Hellenistic Period

Oded Lipschits (H)

The Importance of the Yehud Stamp Impressions for Understanding the

History of Judea During the Persian Period

Einat Ambar-Armon (H)

Relations Between the Greek World and the Land of Israel During the

Persian Period

Adi Erlich

The Persian Terracotta Figurines from Maresha: Local and Regional

Aspects

PROGRAM


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206 The Yeho’ash Royal Building Inscription: A New Edition

Chairperson: Shalom Pawall



Tuesday (2 Aug 2005) 15:00 - 17:00 Room: 2720

Chaim (Harold R.) Cohen (H)

In Anticipation of a New Edition of the Yeho'ash Royal Building

Inscription: Philological Aspects

Amnon Rosenfeld and Shimon Ilani (H)

In Anticipation of a New Edition of the Yeho'ash Royal Building

Inscription: Philological and Geological Aspects

104 The Bible and the Ancient East – Session A

Chairperson: Dalit Rom-Shiloni



Sunday (31 July 2005) 11:30 - 13:30 Room: 2714

Ada Yardeni (E)

(Porten Bezalel) The Storehouse and Makkedah in the Idumean Ostraca



Bezalel Porten (E)

(yardeni Ada)The Storehouse and Makkedah in the Idumean Ostraca



Laurence Kutler (E)

The Notion of Fate in Ugaritic Literature



Pnina Galpaz-Feller (H)

Symbolism of Hair in the Bible and Ancient Egyptian Culture



Gershon Galil (H)

The Rise and Fall of Two Regional Empires



105 The Ancient East – Session B

Chairperson: Gershon Galil



Sunday (31 July 2005) 14:30 - 16:30 Room: 2714

Samuel Greengus (E)

The Quarrel Between Ishboshet and Abner in Samuel 3:7-11



Pamela Barmash (E)

Interpretation in Mesopotamian Legal, Belles-Lettristic and Omen

Literature

Sharon Keller (E)

Egypt Though Israel's Eyes

PROGRAM

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106 Ancient East – Session C



Chairperson: Pnina Galpaz-Feller

Monday (1 Aug 2005) 15:00 - 17:00 Room: 2713

Maciej Mnnich (E)

The Cult of Snakes in Ancient Canaan / Israel



Ahava (Amy) Birkan (E)

The Brazen Serpent, a Perplexing Remedy: An Analysis of Num 21:4-9 in

Light of Archeology, Near Eastern Serpent Emblems, and Inner-Biblical

Exegesis


Sol Cohen (E)

Rabbinic Parallels in Cuneiform Literature



207 Everyday Life in the Ancient World

Chairperson: Yaron Z. Eliav



Tuesday (2 Aug 2005) 17:30 - 19:30 Room: 2720

Avi Sasson (H)

The Development of the Custom of Providing “Provisions for the Way”

(Drinking Apparatus and Planting Saplings) for Travelers in the Land of

Israel


Aharon Oppenheimer (H)

Trade with the Far East in the Talmudic Period



Susan Weingarten (E)

Food in the Babylonian Talmud: Memories of Sumer, Foretastes of

Baghdad

Yoel Fixler (H)

Gitin After the Bar-Kochva Revolt

PROGRAM

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208 Jews and Judaism in the Greek World



Chairperson: Moshe-David Herr

Wednesday (3 Aug 2005) 09:00 - 11:00 Room: 2720

Noah Hacham (H)

On Parallels, 3 Maccabees and the Book of Esther



Azaria Baitner (H)

The Figure of God in the Zodiac and Jacob's Image



Emmanuelle Main

The concepts of Hellenismos and Ioudaismos in the II Maccabees and

Modern Historiography

Edward Dabrowa (E)

The Hasmonean Kingship in the Hellenistic Context



209 Jewish Identity in the Greco-Roman Era

Chairperson: Doron Mendels



Wednesday (3 Aug 2005) 11:30 - 13:30 Room: 2720

Michael Satlow (E)

"A People of Philosophers": Jews, Greeks, and Self-Identity



Eyal Ben-Eliyahu (H)

The Names of the Land During the Second Temple and the Roman-

Byzantine Periods

Pieter Van der Horst (E)

“The Most God-Fearing and the Most Abominable of All Nations:" A

Greek Philosopher on the Jews

Dorit Gordon (H)

Agatharchides, Mendele, Aristobulos2 and the Question of the Jewish

Sources of Josephus

PROGRAM


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210 Archaeological and Epigraphic Finds

Chairperson: Lee I. Levine



Thursday (4 Aug 2005) 09:00 - 11:00 Room: 2720

David Goodblatt (H)

Once Again on the Title "Nasi"



Ben-Zion Rosenfeld (H)

The Identity of "Rabbi" in Rabbinic Literature and Epigraphy, and Its

Implications for the History and Status of the Sages in Byzantine

Palestine



Susan Sorek (E)

'Remembered for Good': Synagogue Inscriptions of Roman Palestine



Galit Noga-Banai (E)

Loca Sancta – Traditions and Roman Sarcophagi



211 Herod and His Age

Chairperson: Zeev Weiss



Thursday (4 Aug 2005) 11:30 - 13:30 Room: 2720

Joseph Patrich (H)

The Wall Street, the Eastern Stoa, the Location of the "Tetrapylon", and

the Halakhic Status of Caesarea (Commentary on Tosefta Ahilot

XVIII:13)



Samuel Rocca (H)

Herod and Augustus



Eyal Regev (H)

Herod's Jewish-Roman Ideology: Rhetoric and Evidence

PROGRAM

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212 Josephus and His Age



Chairperson: Joshua Schwartz

Monday (1 Aug 2005) 09:00 - 11:00 Room: 105 (Truman Building)

Mordechai Gichon (H)

The Generalship of Josephus



Geoffrey Herman (H)

“Mithridates he captured alive and brought home mounted naked upon an

ass”: Persian Motifs in the Tragedy of Anilaeus and Asinaeus (Josephus,

Antiquities XVIII, 314-370)



Daniel Maoz (E)

The Torah in Josephus' Antiquities: Three Classifications of Alleged

Additions to Bereshit in Antiquities 1-2

Louis H. Feldman (E)

The Levites in Josephus



213 Eretz-Yisrael in the Age of the Tannaim and Amoraim

Chairperson: Noah Hacham



Monday (1 Aug 2005) 11:30 - 13:30 Room: 105 (Truman Building)

Ze'ev Safrai (H)

The Halakhic Attitude Towards the Samaritans



Sigalit Ben-Zion (E)

Sages vs Priests: The Constitution of a New Social Order or a Mimicry of

Existing Hegemonic Representation?

Sacha Stern (E)

Rabbinic Court, City Councils and Control of the Calendar in Late

Antique Palestine

PROGRAM


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471 Ancient and Early Medieval Art

Chairperson: Ilia Rodov



Monday @(1 Aug 2005) 11:30 - 13:30 Room: 2716

Shulamit Laderman (E)

"Sitra-Achra in Creation: Dragon, Serpent and Eve in Jewish and

Christian Art

Pawel Szkolut (E)

The Prophet Daniel in the Lion’s Den and Its Iconography in Ancient

Jewish Art

Lihi Habas (E)

The Origin and Significance of the Children in the Depiction of the

“Crossing of the Red Sea” on Early Christian Sarcophagi

Daphna Ass (E)

Some Unexpected Sources in Decoding the Mystery of the Genesis Cycle

on the Hildesheim Bronze Doors

214 Jewish Art and the Jewish-Christian Polemic

Chairperson: Oded Irshai



Monday (1 Aug 2005) 15:00 - 17:00 Room: 105 (Truman Building)

Zeev Weiss (H)

Biblical Iconography and Yearnings for the Temple Cult in Ancient

Synagogue Art

Talgam Rina (H)

The Bible and the Sanctuary in Church Ornamentation on Both Banks of

the Jordan

Lee I. Levine (H)

Jewish Art in Late Antiquity and Its Historical Contexts

PROGRAM

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215 Minority Culture Versus Majority Culture: The Case of Byzantine



Jews (in Cooperation with the Scholion: Interdisciplinary Research Center

in Jewish-Studies)

Chairperson: Oded Irshai



Monday (1 Aug 2005) 17:30 - 19:30 Room: 105 (Truman Building)

Perry Micha (H)

The Transmission of Knowledge from Byzanteum to the West in the

Jewish Middle Ages

Roni Amir (H)

When Were the "Galilean" Synagogues Built: the Stylistic Perspective



Roly Zylbersztein (H)

Patriarch Photios and Byzantine Jews



Yossef Soffer (H)

Byzantine Jewry: A View from the East



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


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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


218 Familiarity and Strangeness: Jews and Christians in Medieval

Ashkenaz

Chairperson: Alfred Haverkamp



Tuesday (2 Aug 2005) 17:30 - 19:30 Room: 105 (Truman Building)

Alfred Haverkamp (E)

Introduction



Rami Reiner (H)

The Convert – Is He Truly Your Brother?: The Converts in Ashkenaz and

France in the Middle ages

Jorg Muller (E)

Sexual Relationships Between Jews and Christians During the Middle

Ages According to Christian Sources

Rainer Barzen (E)

The Meaning of "Zedakah" for Jewish Self-Organization within a Non-

Jewish Environment

Gerd Mentgen (E)

Christian-Jewish Relations in the Middle Ages: The Field of Science,

Especially Astrology, Astronomy and Alchemy

PROGRAM


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219 The Persecution and Expulsion of Jews in Late Antiquity and the

Middle Ages

Chairperson: Helmut Castritius



Wednesday (3 Aug 2005) 09:00 - 11:00 Room: 105 (Truman Building)

Helmut Castritius (E)

The Expulsion of Jews in the Roman Empire – a Project?



Friedrich Lotter (E)

The Problem of Continuity and the Expulsions of Jews in Early Medieval

Europe (500-1000)

Markus J. Wenninger (E)

The Legal Basis for Expelling the Jews in the Reign of Friedrich III and

the Emperor Maximilian

220 Persecution, Expulsion and Discrimination: Jews in the Premodern

Holy Roman Empire

Chairperson: Friedrich Battenberg



Wednesday (3 Aug 2005) 11:30 - 13:30 Room: 105 (Truman Building)

Gabriela Schlick (E)

Death in Frankfurt



Friedrich Battenberg (E)

The Fulda Turmoil: The Policies of the Imperial Administration against

the Jews in the Late 16th Century

Peter Rauscher (E)

New Approaches to the Expulsion of the Jews from Vienna and Lower

Austria in 1670

Barbara Staudinger (E)

Cases Concerning Ritual Murder in Early Modern Ashkenaz

PROGRAM

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221 Communal Life in Medieval Europe



Chairperson: Leon A Feldman

Wednesday (3 Aug 2005) 15:00 - 17:00 Room: 105 (Truman Building)

Bernard Rosensweig (E)

The Emergence of the Professional Rabbinate in Ashkenazic Jewry in the

Aftermath of the Black Death and Its Impact on Communal Life in

Germany in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries



Nadezhda Koriakina (E)

The Courts of Berurim in the Provencal Jewish Community of the 13th-

14th Centuries

Shlomo Spitzer (H)

Torah Study in Hungary in the Middle Ages



222 Jewish Cultural Aspects in Medieval Europe

Chairperson: Yosef Hakker



Thursday (4 Aug 2005) 09:00 - 11:00 Room: 105 (Truman Building)

David Rotman (H)

The Sambatyon and Beyond: A Medieval Mirabilia



Lucia Raspe (E)

Asher Halevi and the Foundation of Jewish Worms: Family and

Historiography in Medieval Ashkenaz

Rella Kushelevsky (H)

"The Crown of Thorns" in Mahzor Vitry: A Medieval Reading of a

Rabbinic Story

Michael Brocke (E)

The Concept of Eden As Reflected in the Headstones of the Holy

Community of Worms from the 11th-15th Centuries

PROGRAM


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223 Jews and Christians in the Middle Ages

Chairperson: Yaacov Guggenheim



Thursday (4 Aug 2005) 11:30 - 13:30 Room: 105 (Truman Building)

Lubov Chernin (E)

Agobard of Lyons and the Problem of the Forced Conversion of the Jews



Shulamit Furstenberg-Levi (H)

An Examination of the Cultural and Social History of the Jews in Late

Sixteenth Century Florence through the Case of the Convert Vitale

Medici


Jacques Halbronn (E)

French Anti-Judaism and the Avignon Problem on the Eve of Saint

Barthelemy

224 Historical Images in the Middle Ages

Chairperson: Avraham David



Tuesday (2 Aug 2005) 09:00 - 11:00 Room: 105 (Truman Building)

Orit Ramon (H)

One Hundred and Twenty Seven Provinces: The Habsburg Empire As

Reflected in Maharal's Commentary on the Book of Esther

Galina Zelenina (E)

Male and Female Royal Images in the Chronicles of the Generation of the

Spanish Exiles

Jurgita Verbickiene (E)

Knowledge about the Jews in the Great Duchy of Lithuania and the

Transmission of Stereotypes

225 The Sephardic Jews in the Middle Ages

Chairperson: Yosef Kaplan



Monday (1 Aug 2005) 09:00 - 11:00 Room: 2503

Shimon Shtober (H)

The Re-shaping of Maimonides' Image in 16th-17th Century Jewish

Historiography

Asuncion Blasco-Martinez (E)

Los Alazar De Zaragoza



Joseph Rapoport (H)

Economic Activities of the Jews in the Kingdom of Navarre before the

Expulsion

PROGRAM


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226 The Power of Women in the Ancient World and Traditional Society

(in Cooperation with the Feminist and Gender Studies Sector of the Israel

Historical Society)

Chairperson: Judith Hauptman



Monday (1 Aug 2005) 09:00 - 11:00 Room: Buber 202

Naomi Graetz (E)

Does God Love Barren Women?



Shulamit Valler (H)

Women and Knowledge in the Talmudic period



Meir Bar-Ilan (H)

The Song of Songs As Feminine Folk Poetry



Miriam Guez-Avigal (H)

Learning Traditions about Sacred Oral Poetry Among the Women of

Jerba

227 Learning and Creativity Among the Women of Italy (in

Cooperation with the Feminist and Gender Studies Sector of the Israel

Historical Society)

Chairperson: Sandra Stow



Monday (1 Aug 2005) 15:00 - 17:00 Room: Buber 202

Avraham Grossman (H)

The Atititude of Rabbi Gedalia ibn Yahia Towards Women



Ilan Fuchs (H)

Halakhic Aspects of Women’s Torah Study in Italy of the Middle Ages



Tali Berner (H)

Space, Gender and Knowledge: Women Teachers in the "Talmudey

Torah" [Religious Schools] of Italy

Marina Arbib (H)

Flora Randegger (1824-1910): A Woman of Letters, Vision, and Action

PROGRAM

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228 Biography and Autobiography (in Cooperation with the Feminist



and Gender Studies Sector of the Israel Historical Society)

Chairperson: Billie Melman



Monday (1 Aug 2005) 17:30 - 19:30 Room: Buber 202

Tamar Shechter (H)

Rachel Katzenelson-Shazar and Motherhood: Private Experience and

Public Expression

Ruth Kark (E)

"Not a Suffragist"? Rachel Yanait Ben-Zvi on Women and Gender



Bat-Ami Zucker (H)

Rescue Operations: American Jewish Women, 1933-1945



Margalit Shilo (H)

Women's Gender Perception and the Affinity to the Land of Israel As

Seen through Their Autobiographies

229 The Representation of Women in the Early Modern Age and the

Wisdom of Women” (in Cooperation with the Feminist and Gender



Studies Sector of the Israel Historical Society)

Chairperson: Penina Morag-Talmon



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

Yaron Ben Naeh (H)

Daily Life of Jewish Women in Ottoman Jerusalem During the 19th

Century

Renee Levine Melammed (H)

The Partisan from Salonika: Creativity and Destruction in the 20th

Century

Michal Held (H)

Expressions of Gender in the Personal Narratives of Judeo-Spanish

(Ladino) Speaking Women Storytellers

PROGRAM


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230 The Representation of Women in the Early Modern Period and the

Wisdom of Women (in Cooperation with the Feminist and Gender Studies

Sector of the Israel Historical Society)

Chairperson: Iris Parush



Tuesday (2 Aug 2005) 09:00 - 11:00 Room: Buber 202

Shalhevet Dotan-Ophir (H)

The "Tsenah Urenah" and the "Melits Yosher": Their Respective

Readerships and the Differences Between Them

Moshe Rosman (H)

Early Hasidism on Women



Ada Rapoport-Albert (H)

"Something for the Female Sex": A Frankist Call for the Liberation of

Women, Prague c. 1800

Tova Hartmen and Brenda Socachevsky Bacon (H)

From Epstein's "Wisdom of Women" to Agnon's "Wisdom of Women":

Reality and Representation of Two Learned Women in Traditional

Eastern European Jewish Society



231 Education and Leadership (in Cooperation with the Feminist and

Gender Studies Sector of the Israel Historical Society)

Chairperson: Deborah Bernstein



Tuesday (2 Aug 2005) 11:30 - 13:30 Room: Buber 202

Iris Parush (H)

A Preference for Speaking Over Writing and the Advantage of Women’s

Marginality in Nineteenth Century East European Jewish Society

Michal Ben Ya'akov (H)

Teacher Training for Religious Zionist Women: the Path of Dr Judith

Berlin Lieberman and Prof. Nechama Leibowitz at the Mizrach Women's

Teachers College in Mandatory Jerusalem



Hagit Cohen (H)

Acculturation and Ethnicity: The Yiddish Reading Clubs of Eastern

European Jewish Women in the USA 1916-1939

Lilach Rosenberg (H)

Female Emissaries: A Feminine Creation?

PROGRAM

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232 Enlightened Women of the Haskalah (in Cooperation with the



Feminist and Gender Studies Sector of the Israel Historical Society and

the Moshe David Gaon Center for Ladino Culture, Ben-Gurion University

of the Negev)

Chairperson: Shmuel Feiner



Tuesday (2 Aug 2005) 15:00 - 17:00 Room: Buber 202

Natalie Goldberg (H)

Esther Gad, A Forgotten Writer from the Late Enlightenment



Tova Cohen (H)

Enlightened and Learned Women: 19th Century Hebrew Maskilot



Hamutal Tsamir (H)

From Rachel (Morpurgo) to Rachel (Bluvstein): the Absence of Hebrew

Women's Poetry from The 1860s to the 1920s

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

Michal Shahaf (H)

Inside/Outside Her Four Walls: Abigail Lindo, an Anglo-Jewish

Authoress of the Mid-Nineteenth Century

Yael Ohad-Karny (H)

A Room of One's Own – A Woman's Private Space: Anzia Yezierska's

Novels and Their Cinematic Representation

Nitza Keren (H)

The Torah Curtain Weaver Who Stands at the Podium: A New Feminist

Discourse As Presented by Michal Govrin



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