Stanford studies in Jewish history and culture.
Formatted Contents Note
Thinking in Renaissance or a grammar of beginnings. Beginnings: thresholds of continuity ; Beginning anew: the palingenesis of memory ; Turning: transformations into the open Writing in resurrection or the semantics of restoration. The imperishability of being: writing Jewish history in resurrection ; The retrieval of ambivalence: Jewish Renaissance and the (re-)turn(-ing) to/of tradition ; The unfinishedness of return: renaissance and the reaestheticization of Judaism.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.