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Introduction to Aramaic Studies Volume 10 ‘A Jewish Targum in a Christian World’

Introduction to Aramaic Studies Volume 10 ‘A Jewish Targum in a Christian World’ Aramaic Studies brill.com/arst It is a pleasure for us to introduce this special issue of Aramaic Studies. e regular editors of Aramaic Studies had the interesting idea once in a while to invite a guest editor (or a team of editors) to produce a special issue on a well defined theme. At the Congress of the International Organization for Targumic Studies in 2010 in Helsinki, the idea was born to produce a special issue on `A Jewish Targum in a Christian World', edited by the present writers. e volume consists of revisions of papers given by members of the research team `A Jewish Targum in a Christian World' at the congresses of the WCJS ( Jerusalem 2009), the EAJS (Ravenna 2010), and the IOTS (Helsinki 2010). It also includes an introduction to the website of the Targum Institute of the Protestant eological University in the Netherlands (PU). In the following we will give a short outline of the research project of which you will find some fruit here, followed by a list of the papers. For three years we have been working with a small team of junior and senior scholars from the Netherlands and Belgium on the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Aramaic Studies Brill

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Brill
Copyright
Copyright 2012 by Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
ISSN
1477-8351
eISSN
1745-5227
DOI
10.1163/17455227-0101001
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Aramaic Studies brill.com/arst It is a pleasure for us to introduce this special issue of Aramaic Studies. e regular editors of Aramaic Studies had the interesting idea once in a while to invite a guest editor (or a team of editors) to produce a special issue on a well defined theme. At the Congress of the International Organization for Targumic Studies in 2010 in Helsinki, the idea was born to produce a special issue on `A Jewish Targum in a Christian World', edited by the present writers. e volume consists of revisions of papers given by members of the research team `A Jewish Targum in a Christian World' at the congresses of the WCJS ( Jerusalem 2009), the EAJS (Ravenna 2010), and the IOTS (Helsinki 2010). It also includes an introduction to the website of the Targum Institute of the Protestant eological University in the Netherlands (PU). In the following we will give a short outline of the research project of which you will find some fruit here, followed by a list of the papers. For three years we have been working with a small team of junior and senior scholars from the Netherlands and Belgium on the

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Published: Jan 1, 2012

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