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The American Jewish Archives Journal, Volume LXI 2009, Number 1

The American Jewish Archives Journal, Volume LXI 2009, Number 1

The American Jewish Archives Journal, Volume LXI 2009, Number

The American Jewish Archives Journal Volume LXI 2009Number 1

  • Page 2 and 3: Academic Advisory & Editorial Board
  • Page 4 and 5: Publication of this journal is made
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  • Page 10 and 11: In light of the thematic content of
  • Page 12 and 13: Notes 1 Quoted in Meyer Berger’s
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  • Page 34 and 35: Despite Orlinsky’s view that the
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  • Page 44 and 45: the introductory surveys of Jewish
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    Orlinsky, Sandmel, Blank, and Lewy

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    Glueck took these issues to Orlinsk

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    first, “Literary and Doctrinal As

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    efforts are taken up below. There c

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    $10,000 to make the work of duplica

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    7 inches (178mm) wide. 321 The text

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    Klein came to know of it; but it is

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    e remembered that Sanders was the f

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    could not supply the funds to produ

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    new texts, but the level of aggrava

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    authorities. 414 As Shanks acknowle

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    antiquities, Shanks could not get E

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    There is something demeaning about

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    meeting where Abegg’s paper had b

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    The team’s final reaction came wi

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    likewise ran the plea for funds to

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    significant—HUC-JIR maintained ma

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    In responding to Moffett, Gottschal

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    Neither Gottschalk nor Zafren agree

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    The media interest provided another

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    approximately $55,000 USD in damage

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    community and the public at large.

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    Israel and Trans-Jordan. See Bentwi

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    63Fanny K. Berg and Isaac Goldberg,

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    107Harry M. Orlinsky, “An Analysi

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    129 Orlinsky, “The Masorah,” 48

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    154Orlinsky knew the volume well, h

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    188André Dupont-Sommer (1900-1983)

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    Rivkin to Orlinsky, 17 October 1950

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    253Dinur to Orlinsky, 19 February 1

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    288The conference presentations inc

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    (Dateline: Jerusalem, 116-120.) The

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    364 Zafren to Broshi, 12 June 1980,

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    400 The Dawn of Qumran, xi. 401 Wac

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    445 Silberman, The Hidden Scrolls,

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    You might wonder what my relationsh

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    540 Kaufman, “HUC Won’t Release

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    592 Elisha Qimron and John Strugnel

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    fragments of Jewish life from the p

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    Reform and Conservative movements

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    studies. It does not mean, however,

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    The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Friday

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    the motivation for Saperstein to de

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    Roland Gittlesohn, born in 1910 and

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    To be sure, the Dead Sea Scrolls an

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    This trend of using translation and

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    The Dead Sea Scrolls in the Synagog

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    contemporary world. That Moses disa

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    in this article shows how Reform tr

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    A Reform Jewish approach will seek

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    16 Thanks to Jason Kalman for ident

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    48For more on the 1QSb text, see Ja

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    Rabbi Harold I. Saperstein 144 •

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    in the role of a popularizing teach

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    in that area near the Dead Sea for

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    What happened to them? We know that

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    was an ancient ruin called Khirbet

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    there were many other books which h

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    10 According to Wilson, the amount

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    27 Wilson provides rather limited d

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    Time Magazine reported, “And from

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    FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM 2009 —2010 FEL

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    prominent layman, Leo N. Levi of Te

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    Thanks to the author, we learn that

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    Julian Levinson, Exiles on Main Str

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    Jews in Nevada is divided into sixt

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    are glimpses on the everyday life o

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    The title of the book, The Columbia

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    Dana Evan Kaplan is the rabbi of Te

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    informal Jewish educational travel

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    “[Yiddish] language was not merel

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    owned by museums in the Netherlands

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    into the non-Jewish world. Weiner n

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    The Educational Advisory Council Pr

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    A AAJR. See American Academy of Jew

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    Cross, Frank Moore, Jr., 10, 21, 41

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    Israel Museum, 49, 160n40 Israeli,

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    Sukenik, Eleazar Lipa, 2-7, 13-14,

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