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100.363, Spring 2017

Maciejko, Pawel, Spring 2017
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1. Abraham Miguel Cardozo: selected writings Book, Print in English
translated and introduced by David J. Halperin ; preface by Elliot R. Wolfson. 2001.

Cardozo, Abraham Miguel, d. 1706.

[by] Gershom Scholem. 1971.

Scholem, Gershom, 1897-1982.

Gershom Scholem ; foreword by Arthur Hertzberg. 1971.

Scholem, Gershom, 1897-1982.

These major essays of historical synthesis provide a probing and challenging overview of Jewish history still pertinent to contemporary concerns.
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Paweł Maciejko. 2011.

Maciejko, Paweł, 1971-

ch. 1 In the Shadow of the Herem -- ch. 2 Peril of Heresy, the Birth of a New Faith -- ch. 3 Where Does Frankism Fit In? -- ch. 4 Politics of the Blood Libel -- ch. 5 How Rabbis and Priests Created the Frankist Movement -- ch. 6 Ghosts of the Past, Heralds of the Future…
5. Sabbatai Sevi: the mystical Messiah, 1626-1676 Book, Print in English, Hebrew
[Translated by R. J. Zwi Werblowsky. 1973.

Scholem, Gershom, 1897-1982.

translated, with notes and introductions, by David J. Halperin. 2007.

Sabbatai Zevi (1626-1676) stirred up the Jewish world of the mid-17th century by claiming to be the messiah, then stunned it by suddenly converting to Islam. His story, and that of the movement he created, is a landmark event in early modern Jewish history. Halperin brings us…