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The Cambridge Dictionary of Judaism and Jewish Culture

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  THE CAMBRIDGEDICTIONARY OF  JUDAISM AND  JEWISH CULTURE The Cambridge Dictionary of Judaism and Jewish Culture  is an authoritative and accessible ref-erence work for a twenty-first-century audience. Its entries, written by eminent scholars,define the spiritual and intellectual concepts and the religious movements that distin-guish Judaism and the Jewish experience. They cover central personalities and places,formative events, and enduring literary and cultural contributions, and they illuminatethe lives of ordinary Jewish women and men. Essays explore Jewish history from ancienttimes to the present and consider all aspects of Judaism, including religious practices andrituals, legal teachings, legendary traditions, rationalism, mysticism, and messianism. Thisreference work differs from many others in its broad exploration of the Jewish experience beyond Judaism. Entries discuss secular and political movements and achievements anddelineate Jewish endeavors in literature, art, music, theater, dance, film, broadcasting,sports, science, medicine, and ecology, among many other topics from the ancient NearEast to the Internet. Judith R. Baskin  is Philip H. Knight Professor of Humanities and Associate Dean forHumanities in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Oregon. Her booksinclude  Pharaoh’s Counsellors: Job, Jethro, and Balaam in Rabbinic and Patristic Tradition (1982) and  Midrashic Women: Formations of the Feminine in Rabbinic Literature  (2002). Sheis the editor of  Jewish Women in Historical Perspective  (1991; 2nd edition, 1998) and  Womenof the Word: Jewish Women and Jewish Writing  (1994) and is coeditor of  The Cambridge Guideto Jewish History, Religion, and Culture  (with Kenneth Seeskin, 2010), which received the2010 National Jewish Book Award for anthologies and collections.
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