Epigonism and the dynamic of Jewish culture

Shlomo Berger and Irene E. Zwiep (eds.)

Title:Epigonism and the dynamic of Jewish culture
Place:Leuven-Paris-Dudley, Ma
Series:Studia Rosenthaliana, Nr. 40


1  The Editors, Introduction
9  Resianne Fontaine, Was Maimonides an Epigone?
27  James T. Robinson, We Drink Only from the Master's Water: Maimonides and Maimonideanism in Southern France, 1200-1306
61  Steven Harvey, Shem-Tov Falaquera, a Paragon of an Epigone, and the Epigone's Importance for the Study of Jewish Intellectual History
75  Ulrich Charpa and Ute Deichmann, Jewish Scientists as Geniuses and Epigones: Scientific Practice and Attitudes towards Albert Einstein, Ferdinand Cohn, Richard Goldschmidt
109  Aaron W. Hughes, Epigone, Innovator, or Apoloist? Judah Abravanel and his Dialoghi d'Amore
127  Arie Schippers, Medieval Opinions on the Spanish School of Hebrew Poetry and its Epigones
139  Albert van der Heide, Poetry in the Margin: The Literary Career of Haham Selomoh d'Oliveyra (1633-1708)
147  Shlomo Berger and Irene E. Zwiep, Epigones and the Formation of New Literary Canons: Sephardi Anthologies in Eighteenth-Century Amsterdam
159  Ken Frieden, Epigonism after Abramovitsh and Bialik
183  Bart Wallet, Ongoing History: The Successor Tradition in Early Modern Jewish Historiography
195  Hilde Pach, Moushe's Choices: Was the Compositor of the Oldest Yiddish Newspaper a Creator or an Epigone?
205  Shmuel Feiner, The Neglected Generation: Post-Berlin Maskilim in the Age of Conservatism, 1797-1824
217  Haim Gertner, Epigonism and the Beginning of Orthodox Historical Writing in Nineteenth-Century Eastern Europe
231  Gil P. Klein, Non-canonical Towns: Representation of urban Paradigms in Talmudic understanding of the Jewish City
265  Aaron Rosen, The Diasporist Unpacks: The Epigonic Rummagings of R.B. Kitaj