Rabbi Judah Moscato and the Jewish Intellectual World of Mantua in the 16th-17th Centuries

Brill (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 1. März 2012
  • Buch
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  • Hardcover
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  • 318 Seiten
978-90-04-22225-0 (ISBN)
Judah ben Joseph Moscato (c.1533-1590) was one of the most distinguished rabbis, authors, and preachers of the Italian-Jewish Renaissance. This volume is a record of the proceedings of an international conference, organized by the Institute of Jewish Studies at Halle-Wittenberg (Germany), and Mantua's State Archives. It consists of contributions on Moscato and the intellectual world in Mantua during the 16th and 17th centuries.
  • Englisch
  • Leiden
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  • Niederlande
  • Für Beruf und Forschung
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  • All those interested in intellectual history, the history of Jewish philosophy, and homiletics as well as philologists, theologians, and specialists of Hebraic and Italian culture.
  • laminiert
  • Höhe: 24 mm
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  • Breite: 16 mm
  • 686 gr
978-90-04-22225-0 (9789004222250)
9004222251 (9004222251)
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Giuseppe Veltri, is Professor of Jewish Studies at the University of Halle-Wittenberg and Director of the Zunz Centre (Halle). He has published widely in the subjects of hermeneutics and philosophy including Gegenwart der Tradition (2002), Cultural Intermediaries (2004 with D. Ruderman); Libraries, Translation and 'Canonic texts' (2006); The Jewish Body (2008, with M. Diemling); Renaissance Philosophy in Jewish Garb (2009); Judah Moscato's Sermons (2011). Gianfranco Miletto is university private lecturer ("Privatdozent") at the University of Halle-Wittenberg. He has published on Biblical Philology and on the Jewish culture in Italy at the time of the Renaissance and Counter-Reformation: L' Antico Testamento Ebraico nella tradizione babilonese (1992); Die Heldenschilde des Abraham ben David Portaleone, 2 vols. (2003); Glauben und Wissen im Zeitalter der Reformation (2004); Judah Moscato's Sermons (2011).
Editor's Preface Part I: Judah Moscato. His Life and His Work Judah Moscato: Biographical Data and Writings Gianfranco Miletto Principles of Jewish Skeptical Thought. The Case of Judah Moscato and Simone Luzzatto Giuseppe Veltri Moscato as Eulogist Marc Saperstein On Kabbalah in R. Judah Moscato's Qol Yehudah Moshe Idel Amitica and Hermeticism. Paratext as Key to Judah Moscato's Nefusot Yehudah Bernard Dov Cooperman Judah Moscato, Abraham Portaleone, and Biblical Incense in Late Renaissance Mantua Andrew Berns Judah Moscato's Sources and Hebrew Printing in the Sixteenth Century: A Preliminary Survey Adam Shear Part II: The Jewish intellectual World of Mantua in 16th-17th century The Gonzaga Archives of Mantua and Their Rearrangements Over the Centuries, along with and Overview of Archival Materials on Mantuan Jewry Daniela Ferrari The Levi Dynasty: Three Generations of Jewish Musicians in Sixteenth-Century Mantua Don Harran Spatial Stories: Mantua and the Painted Jew Dana Katz Saladin the Crusader, the Christian Haman and the Off-key Priest: Some Reflections on Christians and Christianity in Yiddish Literary Texts from the Italian Renaissance Claudia Rosenzweig Some Unknown 16th-Century Documents about Abraham Yagel and a Possible Link to the Controversy about the "Holy Diana" in the Mantuan Synagogue Daniel Jutte On Abraham's Neck. The Editio Princeps of the Sefer Yesirah (Mantua 1562) and Its Context Saverio Campanini The Italian Translation of the Psalms by Judah Sommo Alessandro Guetta Savants and Scholars in Jewish Mantua: a Reassessment Shlomo Simonsohn
"This fascinating conference volume is the latest publication of the remarkable Italian-German scholars Veltri and Miletto. It reflects the strong trend in Renaissance interests among European Jewish studies scholars, of whom this pair are leading lights. [...] The book overall is a fine example of what a conference volume should be. [...] [T]he essays [...] are all good; [...] rise to the level of excellence." - Matt Goldish, The Ohio State University, in: Renaissance Quarterly 65.4 (Winter 2012), pp. 1271-1273, DOI: 10.1086/669413
"Brill's new scholarly edition and translation of Moscato's sermons is a major contribution to Jewish Renaissance studies. [...] The editors identify the many references to both Jewish and Classical literature, and give brief but clear explanations when needed. The translation is also clear, and seems to accruately reflect the Hebrew text." - Jim Rosenbloom, in: Association of Jewish Libraries Reviews, November/December 2012

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