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by Tal Ilan

  • ISBN: 3161471075
  • Category: Christian Books
  • Author: Tal Ilan
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Mohr Siebeck; 1 edition (December 31, 1999)
  • Pages: 296 pages
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Tal Ilan (born 1956) is an Israeli-born historian, notably of women's history in Judaism, and lexicographer.

Tal Ilan (born 1956) is an Israeli-born historian, notably of women's history in Judaism, and lexicographer. She is currently professor of Jewish Studies at the Free University of Berlin (German: Freie Universität Berlin). Jewish Women in Greco-Roman Palestine (1995; repr.

Most studies about women, Jewish and otherwise, are usually confined to. .

Most studies about women, Jewish and otherwise, are usually confined to the domestic sphere: the home, the family. For example, she often omits the English translation when using a Greek word, and, although she does admit the scantiness of the evidence frequently, occasionally jumps to conclusions.

The first two works are Jewish Women in Greco-Roman Palestine: An Inquiry into Image and Status (Tübingen, 1995) and Mine and Yours are Hers: Retrieving Women's History from Rabbinic Literature (Leiden, 1997). 2. Ilan's chapter titles include the sources for the quotations.

In Ancient Israel, the child would be taught from the six broad subject areas into which the Mishna is divided .

In Ancient Israel, the child would be taught from the six broad subject areas into which the Mishna is divided, including . Hezser, Catherine "Jewish Literacy in Roman Palestine", 2001, Texts and Studies in Ancient Judaism; 81. Tuebingen: Mohr-Siebeck, at page 503. ^ Bar-Ilan, M. "Illiteracy in the Land of Israel in the First Centuries . in S. Fishbane, S. Schoenfeld and A. Goldschlaeger (ed., "Essays in the Social Scientific Study of Judaism and Jewish Society", II, New York: Ktav, 1992, pp. 46-61. Tuebingen: Mohr-Siebeck, at page 496.

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The history of Judaism is essential to understanding the Jewish faith, which has a rich heritage of law, culture and tradition. Abraham’s son Isaac, and his grandson Jacob, also became central figures in ancient Jewish history. Jewish people believe there’s only one God who has established a covenant-or special agreement-with them. Jacob took the name Israel, and his children and future generations became known as Israelites. More than 1,000 years after Abraham, the prophet Moses led the Israelites out of Egypt after being enslaved for hundreds of years.

Most studies about women, Jewish and other, are usually confined to the domestic sphere: the home, the family, the bed. Yet women were present at all historical events, and it is not only their presence but also their significance for these events which should be recognized.

These studies reflect realms within the broad field of Ancient Judaism that are central to Ilan’s scholarship: Second Temple literary sources and history, Gender, Jewish papyrology and rabbinic literature

These studies reflect realms within the broad field of Ancient Judaism that are central to Ilan’s scholarship: Second Temple literary sources and history, Gender, Jewish papyrology and rabbinic literature. The studies within this volume are of an interdisciplinary nature, offering new readings and interpretations of known sources such as Josephus and rabbinic texts, but also introducing the reader to an entirely new body of sources, namely Jewish papyri.

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Silencing the Queen (2006). Lexicon of Jewish Names in Late Antiquity: 330 BCE - 650 CE (4 vols. Daniel R. 2010 p131 "178 A more overtly feminist agenda can be found in work of Tal Ilan (1956–), an Israeli-born professor of Jewish Studies at the Freie Universitat in Berlin. Ilan describes herself as a 'positivist.

Tal Ilan is an Israeli-born historian, notably of women"s history in Judaism, and lexicographer. Silencing the Queen: The Literary Histories of Shelamzion and Other Jewish Women (Texts and Studies in Ancient Judaism). Many methods are used to produce this end result: elimination of women or their words, denigration of the women and their role or unification of several significant women into one.

In this book Tal Ilan seeks to discover women in the public spaces and at the main events of Second Temple Judaism. The main principle guiding her is that if by chance women are mentioned in sources, they should not be treated as a means for explaining the event but rather as an end in themselves. Thus sources showing women as remote or obscure turn out to yield much relevant material.Tal Ilan investigates women's association with the Pharisees and other sects, and analyses women's role in the writings of Josephus, Ben Sira and other important sources. Furthermore she discusses famous women: Shelamzion Alexandra, Beruriah, Berenice and others. Special space is devoted to the importance of the Judaean Desert documents for women's history.

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