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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 11, Number 3, August 2004

Articles

Introduction: Icon, Image, and Text in Modern Jewish Culture
pp. 195-200(6)
Author: Batnitzky, Leora

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Icons vs. Sculptures in Christian Practice and Jewish Law
pp. 201-214(14)
Author: Bland, Kalman P.

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Odd Couples: The Eagle and the Hare, the Lion and the Unicorn
pp. 243-258(16)
Author: Horowitz, Elliott

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Jewish Imagism and the "Mosaic Negative"
pp. 282-291(10)
Author: Mann, Barbara

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