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Call for Papers: War and Peace in Jewish Tradition: An Interdisciplinary Conference

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  • Yigal Levin
    Dear All, Please excuse the cross-posting. Yigal Levin ************************************************************** The Ariel University Center in Samaria -
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 11, 2009
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      Dear All,

      Please excuse the cross-posting.

      Yigal Levin


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      The Ariel University Center in Samaria - The Department of Israel's Heritage

      Beit Morasha Jerusalem - Robert M. Beren College



      War and Peace in Jewish Tradition: An Interdisciplinary Conference

      Call for Papers


      An international conference on "War and Peace in Jewish Tradition" will be
      held at Beit Morasha in Talpiyot, Jerusalem on Tuesday, July 28, 2009 (the
      week before the World Congress of Jewish Studies).

      The conference will deal with questions relating to war and peace in Jewish
      thought, historiography, Halakhah, art and society from the Biblical period
      through modern times, utilizing various methodologies: historical, textual,
      archaeological, sociological and philosophical.

      Lectures will be given in English and in Hebrew. We are considering inviting
      the participants to submit their papers for review and publication in an
      edited collection of essays.

      Scholars who wish to present papers are invited to send a 300 word abstract
      to the emails listed below no later than April 30, 2009.

      Dr. Yigal Levin or Dr. Amnon Shapira, Dept. of Israel's Heritage, Ariel
      University Center in Samaria, leviny1@...;
      shapira2@...

      Or Dr. Rabbi Yehuda Brandes or Dr. Moshe Hillinger, Beit Morasha,
      bran@...; hellinm1@...



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