Maimonidean Studies, an international, interdisciplinary publication,
conceives its area of interest in broad terms and will be hospitable to
articles on a variety of subjects. In the field of Halakhah it will carry
interpretations of Maimonides' legal works, studies dealing with their
talmudic and geonic antecedents, the influence of his legal writings on
subsequent commentators and decisors, and comparative legal studies.
In the field of philosophy it will publish interpretations of Maimonides'
philosophic writings, and studies of their Greek, Hellenistic, and Islamic
antecedents as well as their impact on Jewish philosophy in the later Middle
Ages, on Latin scholasticism, and on the philosophy of the Enlightenment
and the Haskalah. Besides these, Maimonidean Studies will carry articles
on Maimonides as Bible commentator, physician, scientist, and communal
leader and on the history of Maimonides' time, the Maimonidean family,
and the Maimonidean controversies. It will also publish articles on the
language of Maimonides' Hebrew and Arabic writings and bibliographic