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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Yael Shenker (H)

Keeping the Readers Safe: Feminine Literature within the Religious-

Orthodox Community in Israel

Irit Koren (H)

The Voice of the Bride: How Religious Women Challenge the Wedding

Ritual

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234 Before the Fall? Poles, Jews and Others in the Early Modern

Period (in Cooperation with the Leonid Nevzlin Research Center for

Russian and East European Jewry, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

Chairperson: Moshe Rosman



Monday (1 Aug 2005) 09:00 - 11:00 Room: 3001 (Rabin building)

@Pawel Maciejko (E)

The Frankists and the Armenian Catholic Community of Lwow



Francois Guesnet (E)

Reassessing the Influence of German-Jewish Culture in the East European

Setting: The Case of Isaak Flatau, Founder of the First "Reformed" Prayer

House in Eastern Europe



Michael L. Miller (E)

R. David Oppenheimer on Trial: Halukkah and Loyalty to the State



Rachel Manekin (H)

Moses Mendelssohn, Austrian Law, and the Jews of Galicia: On the

Unrealized Initiative of Joseph II

235 East European Jewry in the Age of Empires: Poles, Jews and

Others under Russian and Habsburg Rule (in Cooperation with the

Leonid Nevzlin Research Center for Russian and East European Jewry,

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

Chairperson: David Assaf



Monday (1 Aug 2005) 11:30 - 13:30 Room: 3001 (Rabin building)

Dmitri Elyashevitch (R)

Iakov Brafman As a Censor of Jewish Writings



Louise Hecht (E)

The "National Character" of the Prague Haskalah? The Judisch-deutsche

Monatschrift (Prague, 1802) Reconsidered

Marcin Wodzinski (E)

How Did the Polish Government Learn about Hasidism? Beginnings of

the "Hasidic Question" in the Kingdom of Poland

Benjamin Lukin (H)

Jewish Collaborators in the Russian Empire According to Documents

from the Third Section (1825-55): The Case of Secret Agent Maria

Bernshtein

PROGRAM

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236 As the Centuries Turn: Negotiating New Jewish Communities and



Identities (in Cooperation with the Leonid Nevzlin Research Center for

Russian and East European Jewry, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

Chairperson: Francois Guesnet



Monday (1 Aug 2005) 15:00 - 17:00 Room: 3001 (Rabin building)

Agnieszka Jagodzinska (E)

Was Acculturation a Matter of Taste? Warsaw Jews in their Aesthetic

Declarations

Ela Bauer (H)

From Haskalah to Intelligenstsia: The Attempts of the Polish-Jewish

Intelligentsia to Lead the Jewish Community of Warsaw in the 19th

Century


Scott Ury (E)

On the Question of Influence: Poles, Jews and the Fate of Warsaw in the

Early Twentieth Century

Vladimir Levin (E)

Different Visions of Modernity in Confrontation: The Rabbinic

Conference of the Russian Empire in 1910

237 Great Expectations: Polish Jewry and the Abbreviated Twentieth

Century (in Cooperation with the Leonid Nevzlin Research Center for

Russian and East European Jewry, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

Chairperson: Ezra Mendelson



Monday (1 Aug 2005) 17:30 - 19:30 Room: 3001 (Rabin building)

Kalman Weiser (E)

The Jewel in the Yiddish Crown: Who Will Occupy the Yiddish Chair at

the University of Vilnius?

Witold Medykowski (E)

Forced Labor of Jews in the General Government of 1939-1941



Kai Struve (E)

An Explosion of Violence: The Pogroms of Summer 1941 in Eastern

Poland and Lithuania

Joshua Zimmerman (E)

The Polish Home Army (AK) and the Jews During the Second World

War

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238 The Political Times: The Jews of Late Tsarist Russia and Soviet

Jewry (in Cooperation with the Leonid Nevzlin Research Center for

Russian and East European Jewry, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

Chairperson: Yaacov Ro'i



Tuesday (2 Aug 2005) 09:00 - 11:00 Room: 3001 (Rabin building)

Semion Goldin (H)

The "Jewish Question" and the Political Parties of Russia, 1914-1916



Sergei Baranovski (H)

The Shattered Hope of Coexistence: Jewish-Ukrainian National Relations

During the Central Rada Period (March 1917-April 1918)

Arkadi Zeltser (E)

Jews of Soviet Belorussia Faced with a Choice: Yiddish Russian or

Belorussian?

Jonathan Dekel-Chen (E)

New Perspectives on Ethnic Accommodation from the Early Soviet

Hinterland

239 An Empire of their Own? Jewish Culture in the East European

Diasporas (in Cooperation with the Leonid Nevzlin Research Center for

Russian and East European Jewry, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

Chairperson: Eli Lederhendler



Tuesday (2 Aug 2005) 11:30 - 13:30 Room: 3001 (Rabin building)

Shelly Zer-Zion (E)

The TAI (Eretz Israeli Theater): A Hebrew Theatre Between Moscow and

Berlin

Zehavit Stern (H)

Between "Kol Nidrey" and the Cossak's Ballad: The Moral Melody of

Yiddish Film

Arieh Saposnik

The "Halbasien" in Asia: Images of Ostjuden, Visions of "the Orient" in

Zionist National Culture in Palestine, 1903-1914

Edward Portnoy (E)

Panim el Panim: Jewish and Polish Physiognomy in the Cartoons of the

Warsaw Yiddish Press

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240 Between Jewish Text and East European Context: Reading East

European Jewish (in Cooperation with the Leonid Nevzlin Research

Center for Russian and East European Jewry, The Hebrew University of

Jerusalem)

Chairperson: Hamutal Bar-Yosef



Tuesday (2 Aug 2005) 15:00 - 17:00 Room: 3001 (Rabin building)

Amir Banbaji (H)

Mendele Mokher Sefarim: A Symbol of Modern Jewish Identity?



Philip Hollander (E)

Fluid Identity in Ariel's "Leor Havenus"



Joanna Lisek (E)

The Jewish and Polish Literary Environment: Relations Between theYung

Vilne Group and the Zagary group

Karin Neuburger (H)

The Metamorphosis from Other to Self: Uri Zvi Greenberg's Struggle

with the Modern World

241 Getting It Write: History, Memory and Faith Among the Jews of

Eastern Europe (in Cooperation with the Leonid Nevzlin Research Center

for Russian and East European Jewry, The Hebrew University of

Jerusalem)

Chairperson: Israel Bartal



Tuesday (2 Aug 2005) 17:30 - 19:30 Room: 3001 (Rabin building)

Yehuda Bitty (H)

The Baron Guenzburg Academy



Galina Eliasberg (E)

D. Pinsky's Reisebukh: Towards the Typology of Jewish Memoirs of

1920-30

Leonid F. Katsis (E)

Nadezhda Mandelshtam’s "Memories" As Jewish and Non-Jewish

Sources

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242 The Canon: Identity and Memory in Contemporary Jewish Culture

(in Cooperation with the Scholion: Interdisciplinary Research Center in

Jewish-Studies, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

Chairperson: Dana Shalev



Sunday (31 July 2005) 14:30 - 16:30 Room: 3001 (Rabin building)

Christoph Schmidt (H)

Gnosis, Canon and Culture: The Crisis of Wissenschaft des Judentums

and the Paulinian Turning Point

Yoel Regev

Gershom Scholem and the Canon of Secular Jewish Culture



Maya Benish-Weisman (H)

Jewish Identity Among Immigrants from the Former USSR in the 90's



Amia Lieblich

Collective Memory and the Cannon: The Case of Kfar Etzion



243 Simon Dubnov (1860-1941): Historian and Public Figure

Chairperson: Yohnatan Frenkel



Sunday (31 July 2005) 11:30 - 13:30 Room: 105 (Truman Building)

Dan Haruv (H)

"Scientific Insight and the Books of the Bible": Simon Dubnov’s View of

Biblical Narrative

Anke Hilbrenner (E)

Simon Dubnow's Eastern European Approach to Jewish History



Avraham Greenbaum (E)

Associations, Institutions and Projects for Perpetuating the Memory of

Simon Dubnov

Shimon Krais (H)

Renewed Interest of Russian Jews in the Writings of Dubnov



Viktor E. Kelner (R)

S. Dubnov and M. Vinaver: Friends and Opponents

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244 The Jews of North Africa



Chairperson: Dan Shapira

Monday (1 Aug 2005) 11:30 - 13:30 Room: 2503

Nechama Grunhaus (H)

Inter-Communal Ties Amongst the Various Moroccan [Jewish]

Communities During the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries

Belkacem Benzenine (E)

The Jewish Community of Algeria 1830-1900: A Social Anthropologist's

Approach

Orna Baziz (H)

The Agadir Hagadah



245 The Jews of the East in the Modern Age

Sunday (31 July 2005) 14:30 - 16:30 Room: 105 (Truman Building)

Daniel Schiffman (H)

Monetary Instability and the Evolution of Jewish Monetary Doctrine: The

Ottoman Empire, 1500-1700

Dan Shapira (H)

An Ottoman Jewish Community’s Adaptation to the Realities of Imperial

Europe at the Turn of the 19th Century: The Case of the Crimean Karaites

and Their Rabbis



Shalom Bar Asher (H)

Emancipation of the Moroccan Jewish Communal Organization in the

20th Centuty

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246 The Jews of Yemen in the Modern Age

Chairperson: Carmella Abdar



Monday (1 Aug 2005) 15:00 - 17:00 Room: 2503

Aviva Klein Franke (H)

The Jewish Cemetery in Aden (Yemen) Revisited



Bat-Zion Eraqi-Klorman (H)

Images and Temporal Needs Shaping Yemeni Jewish Historiography



Aharon Gaimani (H)

Rabbi Dowid Saddoq Halewi and His Immigration to Eretz Yisrael



Amnon Hever (H)

The Non-Jewish Courts of Law As a Place of Refuge for Women from

Tsana in the 18th and 19th Centuries according to the "Miswadah", the

Book of Protocols of the Tsana Ecclesiastical Court



506 The Jewish Women of Yemen

Chairperson: Bat-Zion Eraqi-Klorman



Thursday (4 Aug 2005) 09:00 - 11:00 Room: 3001 (Rabin building)

Nitza Druyan (H)

Yemenite Women in Transition from the Periphery to the Mainstream



Carmella Abdar (H)

Body, Hierarchy and Boundaries in the Dress of Jewish Women from

Yemen

Vered Madar (H)

Yemenite Women's Songs Between Death and Birth

PROGRAM

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247 The Sephardic Community of Amsterdam



Chairperson: Nechama Grunhaus

Wednesday (3 Aug 2005) 15:00 - 17:00 Room: 2503

Yosef Kaplan (H)

Assimilation and Orthodoxy Among 18th Century Dutch Sephardim



Matt Goldish (E)

Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy in the Sermons of Hakham Solomon Aailion



Limor Mnz-Manor (H)

"Like the Phoenix": Image, Symbol and the Construction of Self Identity

in the Portuguese Jewish Community of Amsterdam in the Early Modern

Period


Tirtsah Levie-Bernfeld (E)

Life on the Fringe: Deviance Among the Portuguese Poor of Amsterdam

in the Early Modern Period

248 Rabbis and "Crown Rabbis" in Russia

Chairperson: Avraham Greenbaum



Wednesday (3 Aug 2005) 09:00 - 11:00 Room: 2503

Shaul Stampfer (H)

The Rabbis Who Were Not There in Eastern Europe



Tamar Kaplan-Appel (E)

Crown Rabbis and the "Rabbinic Question" in Late Imperial Russia



Marina Turkinies (H)

"Crown Rabbis" Helping Jewish Children



David Tal (H)

Yehudah Leib Kantor As Rabbi and Publicist

PROGRAM

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249 The Jews of Poland in the Modern Age



Chairperson: Joshua Zimmerman

Wednesday (3 Aug 2005) 11:30 - 13:30 Room: 2503

Victoria Mochalova (E)

Jewish Participation in Polish-Muscovite Military Conflicts in the 17th

Century

Agnieszka Friedrich (E)

Polish Positivists towards Jewish Assimilation



Konrad Zielinski (E)

Poles and Jews in the Local Authorities of the Kingdom of Poland During

the First World War

250 The Jews of Eastern Europe in the Modern Age

Chairperson: Ela Bauer



Thursday (4 Aug 2005) 11:30 - 13:30 Room: 2503

Elmantas Meilus (R)

The Jews of Lithuania During the Moscow Occupation (1655-1660)



Lilia Kalmina (E)

To Allow or to Forbid? Some Peculiarities of Siberian Jewish Legislation,

First Helf of the 19th Centurty

Mordechai Zalkin (H)

"Lithuanian Jewry" or "Polish-Lithuanian Jewry”



Deimantas Karvelis (E)

Jews in Private Estates of the Great Duchy of Lithuania in the 16th-17th

Centuries: the Birzh Dutchy of Radzivills (1547-1695)

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251 The Jews of Lithuania in the Twentieth Century

Chairperson: Mordechai Zalkin



Thursday (4 Aug 2005) 15:00 - 17:00 Room: 2503

Saulius Kaubrys (E)

The Socio-Cultural Characteristics of the Kaunas Jewish Community in

1918-1940

Egle Bendikaite

The Zionist Movement in Lithuania Between the World Wars: From Left

to Right

Linas Tatarunas (E)

Some Remarks on Lithuanian-Jewish Relations in Soviet Lithuania



Simonas Strelcovas (E)

World War II Jewish Refugees in the Republic of Lithuania 1939-1940



252 Haskalah and Tradition

Chairperson: Rachel Manekin



Monday (1 Aug 2005) 17:30 - 19:30 Room: 2503

Haim Gertner (H)

Who Is a Zealot? Images of the “Culture Wars” Between Maskilim and

Hassidim in Central Europe

Nahem Ilan (H)

An Introduction to the Research of the Literary Project of Rabbi Shlomo

Hazzan

Lucian-Zeev Herscovici (E)

A Moderate "Maskil" and Fighter for the Modernization of Jewish Life

and Emancipation

Yossef Charvit (H)

A Jewish Intellectual (Maskil): Rabbi Isaac Morali of Algeria (1867-

1952), Based on Unexplored Archive Material (Central Archive of Jewish

History, p. 55)

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253 Jews and Christians in the Modern Age – Session A



Chairperson: Jonathan Yitzhak Helfand

Tuesday (2 Aug 2005) 09:00 - 11:00 Room: 2503

Roman Marcinkowski (E)

Luigi Chiarini (1789-1832): Reformer of Judaism or Anti-Judaist?



Alexander Lvov (H)

Russian Judaisers Between the Bible and Jewish Tradition



Ekaterina Emeliantseva (E)

Situational Religiousness – Situational Identity: A New Approach to the

Social History of Warsaw and Prague Frankism

Olivier Rota (E)

The Roman Catholic Church and the Jewish Question in England (1912-

1939)

254 Jews and Christians in the Modern Age – Session B

Tuesday (2 Aug 2005) 11:30 - 13:30 Room: 2503

Lavi Shay (H)

Christians and Jews: The First Women's "NGO" in Mid-Nineteenth

Century Jerusalem

Martin Bray (E)

Protestant Responses to Political Zionism in the Period before the

Creation of the State of Israel

Gershon Nerel (H)

"Operation Mercy": The Evacuation of Messianic Jews from Eretz Israel

in 1948

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255 The Jews of Europe in the Modern Age

Chairperson: Haim Gertner



Tuesday (2 Aug 2005) 15:00 - 17:00 Room: 2503

Rashid Kaplanov (E)

Eighteenth Century Attempts to Set Up a Jewish Asylum Territory



Tamar Shimshi-Licht (H)

Jewish Domestics in Early Modern Germany: Service and Employment

Patterns

Judith Bleich (E)

The Circumcision Controversy in Classical Reform in Historical Context



Mirjam Triendl (E)

Traveling to Carlsbad: On the Ambivalence of a Modern Sanctuary



Rachel Heuberger (E)

"Compact Memory": A Gateway to Jewish Periodicals and an Important

Research Tool for Modern Jewish Studies

256 Jewish Women in Europe in the Modern Age

Chairperson: Ada Rapoport-Albert



Thursday (4 Aug 2005) 09:00 - 11:00 Room: 2503

Tzvia Koren (H)

Religious and Learned Women in Frankfurt Au Main’s "Memorbuch": A

Synopsis

Jonathan Yitzhak Helfand (E)

"Cherchez la Femme": Integration and Gender Issues in Early 19th

Century France

Laura Schor (E)

Societe Pour L'etablissement des Jeunes Filles Israelites

PROGRAM

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Special Sessions



The general assembly of the members of the World Union of Jewish

Studies and the Union Council

Monday, 1.8.2005, between 13:30-15:00 in the Dan Wassong Auditorium

(Rabin building)

Ephraim E. Urbach International Fellowship Winners

Chairperson: Anita Shapira



Monday (1 Aug 2005) 15:00 - 17:00 Room: The Dan Wassong Auditorium

(Rabin building)

Elisheva Baumgarten (H)

Piety and Gender: Toward an Outline of the Spiritual Lives of Medieval

Jewish Women

Benjamin Brown (H)

Halakha and Religious Ethics: Creating a Conceptual Research Model



Manuela Consonni (H)

Deportation and Extermination: the Becoming and Representation of

Memory

Magda Teter (E)

Jewish Law and Canon Law: Dealing with the Other



Closing Ceremonies: The Institute of Jewish Studies and Its Role in the

Jewish Studies Department of the Hebrew University, Past and Present

(Special Session Marking the 80th Anniversary of the Institute of Jewish

Studies)

Chairperson: Sara Japhet



Thursday (4 Aug 2005) 17:30 - 19:30 Room: Atzmaut-Mexico Hall

Martin D. Goodman, Oxford University

Joshua Schwartz, Dean, Faculty of Jewish Studies, Bar-Ilan University

David Berger, Brooklyn College

Yeshayahu Gaffni, Chair, Mandel Institute of Jewish Studies, the

Hebrew University of Jerusalem

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Holocaust Studies



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



272 Poland Before and During the Holocaust

Chairperson: Malgorzata Melchior



Sunday (31 July 2005) 11:30 - 13:30 Room: 2715

Shimon Redlich (H)

Life in Transit: Jews and Jewish Life in Lodz, 1945-1950



Malgorzata Domagalska (E)

The Image of the Jews in the Anti-Semitic Popular Novel in Poland at the

Beginning of the 20th Century

Natalia Aleksiun (E)

Narratives Under Siege: Anti-Semitism in the Writings of Jewish

Historians in Interwar Poland

273 Jewish Diasporas in Response to Anti-Semitism and the Holocaust

Chairperson: Graciela Ben-Dror



Sunday (31 July 2005) 14:30 - 16:30 Room: 2715

Silvina Schammah Gesser (E)

Images of "Sefarad" and "The Jews" in Spanish Fascism, 1923-1936



Yitzchak Kerem (E)

New Findings about Greek Jewish Heroism in the Holocaust



Gabriel E. Alexander (H)

In Days of Decline: Jewish Liberalism in Berlin before the Holocaust

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274 The Holocaust and Haredi Jewry



Chairperson: Hava Eshkoli

Wednesday (3 Aug 2005) 15:00 - 17:00 Room: 2505

Gershon Greenberg (E)

Kabbalah in the Land of Israel: Mordekhai Atiyah on Holocaust and

Redemption

Chaim Shalem (H)

Rabbi Sadagora's Reaction upon Receipt of the News of the

Extermination of European Jewry, 1942-1943

Ruth Ebenstein (E)

"Believing Jews could never sell their souls to the devil": Reactions to the

Kapo Trials and the Kastner Affair in the Israeli Haredi Press

Michal Shaul (H)

Haredi Holocaust Survivors’ Testimonies: “Private” or “Public” Memory?



275 The Attitude of the Church towards the Jews (in Coopration with

the Stephen Roth Institute for the Study of Contemporary Anti-Semitism

and Racism, Tel-Aviv University)

Chairperson: Roni Stauber



Sunday (31 July 2005) 17:00 - 19:00 Room: 2715

Ely Ben-Gal (H)

The Exceptional Case of the Village "Le Chambon Sur Lignon" in the

Massif Central Mountains of France, where the Huguenot Protestant

Community Spontaneously Mobilized Itself to Hide and Save Thousands

of Jews During the Shoah Period

Shoshana Goldfinger (H)

Official Swiss Policy Re "Illegal" Rescue Activities in the Holocaust



Sergio Minerbi (H)

Pope John Paul II and the Jews

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276 Religious Zionism in the Holocaust and After



Chairperson: Dan Michman

Wednesday (3 Aug 2005) 11:30 - 13:30 Room: 2712

Mordechai Friedman (H)

The Religious Units in the Hagana and in the Palmah



Hava Eshkoli (H)

The Uniqueness of the Religious Zionist Response to the Holocaust in

Palestine

Menachem Weinstein (H)

Religious Zionist Activity Among the Holocaust Survivors




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