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Established in 1993 and edited out of Princeton University, Jewish Studies Quarterly (JSQ) offers studies of Jewish history, religion and culture.  JSQ publishes articles and issues on special themes, on multidisciplinary topics, as well as on any relevant subject, historical period, text or thinker in the study of Judaism.

Publisher: Mohr Siebeck

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Volume 10, Number 4, 2004

Editorial

Editorial
pp. 291-295(5)
Author: Mendes-Flohr, Paul

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Introductory Remarks

Introductory Remarks
pp. 296-299(4)
Author: Reichert, Klaus

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Articles

Theses on the Historical Context of the Modern Jewish Revolution
pp. 300-319(20)
Author: Harshav, Benjamin

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Jewish Renaissance and Tehiyya – Two that are One?
pp. 320-335(16)
Author: Schäfer, Barbara

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Renewing the Jewish Past: Buber on History and Truth
pp. 336-350(15)
Author: Batnitzky, Leora

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The Jewish Renaissance and the Plastic Arts
pp. 351-359(9)
Author: Holtzman, Avner

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Lesser Ury and the Jewish Renaissance
pp. 360-376(17)
Author: Sch¨tz, Chana C.

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