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1992Echoes of the Spanish Expulsion in Eighteenth Century Germany: The Baer thesis revisited
2018Editors' IntroductionSchacter, Jacob J.; Eleff, Zev
2018The Emergence of the SynagogueFine, Steven; Greenspahn, Frederick E.
1993Emphatic פ in the Masoretic Pronunciation of אַפַּדְֿנוֹ [Dan 11:45]Steiner, Richard
2015Esotericism and Magic in Ashkenazic Prayer during the Tosafot Period. [Hebrew]Kanarfogel, Ephraim
2018Eulogy for Rabbi Aharon LichtensteinBerger, David
2000Facing the Cross: The persecutions of 1096 in history and historiographyBerger, David; Assis, Yom Tov
1998Facing the truths of historySchacter, Jacob J.
2021The fate of the gentilesBerger, David
2019Fear and awe in Maimonides' thoughtGreen, Alexander; Kohn, Rachael
2021-08-11Fine, Steven. (2021). “They Remembered That They Had Seen It in a Jewish Midrash”: How a Samaritan Tale Became a Legend of the Jews. Religions 12: 635., Steven
2012Foreward [to Majesty and Humility]Schacter, Jacob J.
2003Foreward [to Memories of a Giant]Schacter, Jacob J.; Bierman, Michael A.
2016Foreword [to Modern Orthodox Judaism: A documentary history]Schacter, Jacob J.; Eleff, Zev
2013Four Inner-Biblical Interpretations of Genesis 49:10: On the Lexical and Syntactic Ambiguities of עַד as Reflected in the Prophecies of Nathan, Ahijah, Ezekiel, and Zechariah.Steiner, Richard C
2002-05The fragility of religious doctrine: Accounting for Orthodox acquiescence in the belief in a second coming.Berger, David
1997, March 16From Crusades to Blood Libels to Expulsions: Some new approaches to Medieval antisemitismBerger, David
2018From Germany to Northern France and Back Again: A Tale of Two Tosafist Centres.Kanarfogel, Ephraim; Kanarfogel, Ephraim; Fishman, Talya; Castaño, Javier,
1979From Proto-Hebrew to Mishnaic Hebrew: the history of "-akh" and "-ah".Steiner, Richard C
2021The future of the past: On creating meaningful Jewish memories for our studentsSchacter, Jacob J.