JSIJ Vol. 9 (2010)

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Yonatan Sagiv When “Slaughtering” Means “Pulling” and “A Tent” Means “A Wife”: A New Approach to the Literal Interpretation of the Sages and Its Purposes (Heb.)
Gilad Sasson The Story of David’s Captivity in the Hands of Yishbi-benov in Tractate Sanhedrin of the Babylonian Talmud  – Sources, Editing, Structure and Plot in the Service of an Ideological Message (Heb.)
Rabin Shushtri “Can Two Walk Together, Except They be Agreed?” The Yemenite Version of Tractate Sukka (Babylonian Talmud) and its Relation to Maimonides (Heb.)
Arnon Atzmon Reconstructing the Original Midrash Based on Rabbinic Parallels: A New Paradigm for an Old Problem (Heb.)
Dror Eydar The Art of the Jewish-Persian Tale in the Middle Ages A Study of the Story of R. Akiva and His Wife in Fourteenth- and Sixteenth-Century Manuscripts (Heb.)
Eran Viezel The Commentary on Ezra-Nehemiah Attributed to Rashi (Heb.)
Shalom Sadik Human Choice and Animal Will in Jewish Philosophy at the End of the Middle Ages (Heb.)
Baruch Alster Prolegomena to the 'Metzudot' Commentary on the Prophets and Writings (Heb.)
Bernard S. Jackson Human Law and Divine Justice: Towards the Institutionalisation of Halakhah
Judith Hauptman A New View of Women and Torah Study in the Talmudic Period
Jair Haas Writing by Divine Imperative as a Criterion for the Prophetic Authority of Texts in the Biblical Exegesis of Isaac Abarbanel