Daniel J. Lasker



 1.     Frank Talmage, Disputation and Dialogue, and Yehuda Shamir, Rabbi Moses Ha-Kohen of Tordesillas and his Book 'Ezer Ha-Emunah, Association for Jewish Studies Newsletter, no. 20 (June, 1977): 22, 24.

2.     Lenn E. Goodman, Rambam: Readings in the Philosophy of Moses Maimonides, Journal of the American Academy of Religion, 46:1 (March, 1978): 82-83.

3.     David Berger, The Jewish-Christian Debate in the High Middle Ages, Speculum, 56:3 (July, 1981): 583-585.

4.     Ibid., and Mordecai Breuer, Sefer Nizzahon Yashan, Journal of the American Academy of Religion, 49:3 (September, l981): 520-521.

5.     Barakat Ahmed, Muhammad and the Jews: A Reexamination, Journal of Ecumenical Studies, 19:4 (Fall, l982): 826.

6.     Hyam Maccoby, Judaism on Trial, Journal of Ecumenical Studies, (Spring, 1983): 311-312.

7.     Jeremy Cohen, The Friars and the Jews, Speculum, 58:3 (July, l983): 743-745.

8.     Howard Joseph, et al, Truth and Compassion: Essays in Judaism and Religion in Memory of Rabbi Dr. Solomon Frank, Studies in Religion, 13:1 (1984): 107-108.

9.     Jerome Friedman, The Most Ancient Testimony, Journal of Ecumenical Studies, 21:3 (Summer, 1984): 569-570.

10.  J. David Bleich, Contemporary Halakhic Problems, II, Reconstructionist, 50:5 (March, l985): 29-30.

11.  Joseph Monti, Who Do You Say I Am? The Christian Understanding of Christ and Antisemitism, and Heiko A. Oberman, The Roots of Anti-Semitism: In the Age of Renaissance and Reformation, Journal of Ecumenical Studies, 22:2 (Spring, 1985): 366-367.

12.  Pinchas E. Lapide, Hebrew in the Church, Journal of Ecumenical Studies, 23:1 (Winter, 1986): 121-122.

13.  Joseph B. Soloveitchik, Halakhic Man, and Pinchas H. Peli, Soloveitchik on Repentance, Reconstructionist, 52:5 (March-April, 1987): 31-32.

14.  Michael Corinaldi, The Personal Status of the Karaites, Zemanim, 7:25 (Spring, 1987): 109-110 (Hebrew).

15.  Eugene J. Fisher, A. James Rudin, and Marc H. Tanenbaum, eds.,Twenty Years of Jewish-Catholic Relations, and Rose Thering, Jews, Judaism, and Catholic Education, Journal of Ecumenical Studies, 24:4 (Fall, 1987): 672-673.

16.  Yochanan Silman, Thinker and Seer, Jewish Quarterly Review, 78:3-4 (January-April, 1988): 314-315.

17.  T.A. Perry, The Moral Proverbs of Santob de Carrión, History of European Ideas, 10:5 (May, 1989): 627-628.

18.  Paul M. van Buren, A Theology of the Jewish-Christian Reality--Part III: Christ in Context, Journal of Ecumenical Studies, 26:2 (Spring, 1989): 362.

19.  Raphael Jospe, Torah and Sophia: The Life and Thought of Shem Tov Ibn Falaquera, Religious Studies Review, 16:2 (April, 1990): 167.

20.  Georges Vajda, Al-Kitab al-Muhtawi de Yusuf al-Basir, Daat, 25 (Summer, 1990): 145-147 (partially reprinted in Bita'on Benei Miqra, 10, Feb., 1991).

21.  John Edwards, The Jews in Christian Europe, 1400-1700, Journal of Ecumenical Studies, 27:1 (Winter, 1990): 130-131.

22.  Chazan, Robert, Daggers of Faith. Thirteenth Century Christian Missionizing and Jewish Response, Jewish Quarterly Review, 81:3-4 (January-April, 1991): 464-466.

23.  Sarah Stroumsa, Dawud Ibn Marwan al-Muqammis's Twenty Chapters (cIshrun Maqala), Jewish Quarterly Review, 82 (1991): 236-237.

24.  Steven Harvey, Falaquera's Epistle of the Debate, Tarbiz, 60 (1990-1991): 465-467.

25.  Peter T. van Rooden, Theology, Biblical Scholarship, and Rabbinical Studies in the Seventeenth Century: Constantijn L'Empereur (1591-1648), Professor of Hebrew and Theology at Leiden, Journal of Ecumenical Studies, 28:1 (Winter, 1991): 164-165.

26.  Marvin Fox, Interpreting Maimonides: Studies in Methodology, Metaphysics, and Moral Philosophy, International Studies in Philosophy, 24:1 (1992): 98-99.

27.  Maurice-Ruben Hayoun, La Philosophie et la Théologie de Moïse de Narbonne: (1300-1362), Jewish Quarterly Review, 82:3-4 (Jan.-April, 1992): 541-542.

28.  Oliver Leaman, Moses Maimonides, Speculum, 67:2 (April, 1992): 436-438.

29.  Saadia Ben Joseph Al-Fayyumi, The Book of Theodicy: Translation and Commentary on the Book of Job, translated by Lenn E. Goodman, Journal of the History of Philosophy, 30:4 (October, 1992): 604-605.

30.  Aviezer Ravitzky, Crescas' Sermon on the Passover and Studies in his Philosophy, Jewish Quarterly Review, 83:1-2 (July-October 1992): 226-228.

31.  Amos Funkenstein, Perceptions of Jewish History from the Antiquity to the Present, Religious Studies Review, 18:4 (October, 1992): 342.

32.  Joel L. Kraemer, ed., Perspectives on Maimonides: Philosophical and Historical Studies, History of European Ideas, 17:2/3 (1993): 365-366.

33.  Gavin I. Langmuir, History, Religion, and Antisemitism and Toward a Definition of Antisemitism, Speculum, 68:3 (July, 1993): 826-828.

34.  Menachem Kellner, Maimonides on Human Perfection, International Studies in Philosophy, 25:3 (1993): 130-131.

35.  Gad Freudenthal, ed., Studies on Gersonides. A Fourteenth-century Jewish Philosopher Scientist, Religious Studies Review, 20:2 (April, 1994): 161.

36.  Kenneth R. Stow, Alientated Minority, Journal of Jewish Studies, 45:2 (Autumn, 1994): 313-314.

37.  Robert L. Wilken, The Land Called Holy, Journal of Ecumenical Studies, 31:3-4 (Summer-Fall, 1994): 392.

38.  Joseph Shatzmiller, La Deuxième controverse de Paris. Un chapitre dans la polémique entre chrétiens et juifs au Moyen Age, Kiryat Sefer, 65:3 (1994-1996): 699-700.

39.  Eli Yassif, Sippur Ha-Am Ha-Ivri, Jerusalem Studies in Jewish Folklore, 18 (1996): 127-134.

40.  Samuel Krauss, The Jewish-Christian Controversy from the earliest times to 1789, ed. and revised by William Horbury, Journal of Jewish Studies, 48:1 (Spring, 1997): 163-165.

41.  Michael Schwarz, trans., Maimonides’ Guide of the Perplexed, Jewish Studies, 37 (1997): 267-271.

42.  Steven M. Wasserstrom, Between Muslim and Jew. The Problem of Symbiosis under Early Islam, AVAR ve’ATID, vol 4, no. 1 (October, 1997): 116-123.

43.  Mark R. Cohen, Under Crescent and Cross. The Jews in the Middle Ages, Jewish Quarterly Review, 88:1-2 (July-October, 1997): 76-78.

44.  Fred Rosner , The Medical Legacy of Moses Maimonides, Religious Studies Review, 25:2 (April, 1999): 208.

45.  David E. Sklare, Samuel ben Hofni Gaon & his Cultural World: Texts and Studies, Tarbiz., 68:2 (1999): 283-286.

46.  Warren Zev Harvey, Physics and Metaphysics in Hasdai Crescas, Jewish Quarterly Review, 92: 1-2 (July-October 2001): 233-236.

47.  Nicholas de Lange, ed., Hebrew Scholarship and the Medieval World, in Journal of Hebrew Scriptures, 4 (2002-2003): www.arts.ualberta.ca/JHS/reviews/review041.htm.

48.  Steven Harvey, ed., The Medieval Hebrew Encyclopedias of Science and Philosophy, Jewish Quarterly Review, 93:3-4 (Jan.-April, 2003): 636-638.

49.  Diana Lobel, Between Mysticism and Philosophy: Sufi Language of Religious Experience in Judah Ha-Levi's Kuzari, AJSReview, 27:1 (April, 2003): 137-140.

50.  “The Study of Medieval Jewish Philosophy - New Books,” Pe'amim, 97 (Autumn, 2003): 125-135 (Hebrew).

51.  Abraham Melamed, The Philosopher-King in Medieval and Renaissance Jewish Political Thought, Speculum 79:4 (October, 2004): 1115-1116.

52.  Dov Schwartz, Faith at the Crossroads. A Theological Profile of Religious Zionism, Review of Rabbinic Judaism, 7 (2004): 315-323.

53.  C. Sirat, S. Klein-Braslavy, O. Weijers, editors, Les méthodes de travail de Gersonide et le maniement du savoir chez les scholastiques, Jewish Quarterly Review, 95:2 (Spring, 2005): 353-356.

54.  Ruth Tsoffar, The Stains of Culture. An Ethno-Reading of Karaite Jewish Women, Shofar, 25:2 (Winter, 2007): 154-156.

55.  Jonathan Elukin, Living Together, Living Apart: Rethinking Jewish-Christian Relations in the Middle Ages, Hebrew Political Studies, 2:4 (Fall, 2007): 474-478.

56.  Shaye J.D. Cohen, Why Aren’t Jewish Women Circumcised? Gender and Covenant in Judaism, and Eric Kline Silverman, From Abraham to America. A History of Jewish Circumcision, Jewish History, 22 (2008): 393-399.

57.  Aviezer Ravitzky, Maimonidean Essays, Zion, 73 (2008): 217-222.

58.  Daniel Frank, Search Scripture Well. Karaite Exegetes and the Origins of the Jewish Bible Commentary in the Islamic East, Medieval Encounters, 14:2-3 (2008): 407-409.

59.  James A. Diamond, Converts, Heretics, and Lepers. Maimonides and the Outsider, Speculum, 84:2 (April, 2009): 420-421.

60.      Raymond P. Scheindlin, The Song of the Distant Dove. Judah Halevi’s Pilgrimage; Joseph Yahalom, Yehuda Halevi. Poetry and Pilgrimage; Adam Shear, The Kuzari and the Shaping of Jewish Identity, 1167-1900; Dov Schwartz, ed., Commentary on the Kuzari. Heshek Shelomoh by R. Shelomoh Ben Yehuda of Lunel, Journal of Jewish Studies, 61:2 (2010): 335-339.

61.      Petrus Alfonsi, Dialogue Against the Jews, transl. by Irven M. Resnick; and Lucy K. Pick, Conflict and Coexistence. Archbishop Rodrigo and the Muslims and Jews of Medieval Spain, Jewish Quarterly Review, 100:4 (Fall, 2010): 705-711.

62.      Dan D.Y. Shapira et al., The Tombstones of the Cemetery of the Karaite Jews in Çufut-Qalceh (the Crimea), and Mikhail Kizilov, The Karaites of Galicia: An Ethnoreligious Minority among the Ashkenazim, the Turks, and the Slavs, 1772-1945, East European Jewish Affairs, 40:2 (2010): 211-215 (a Hebrew version to appear in Pe’amim).

63.      Franklin T. Harkins, ed., Transforming Relations. Essays on Jews and Christians throughout History in Honor of Michael A. Signer, The Medieval Review, May, 2011 (https://scholarworks.iu.edu/dspace/bitstream/handle/2022/13288/11.05.08.htm?sequence=3).

64.      David Berger, Persecution, Polemic, and Dialogue. Essays in Jewish-Christian Relations, Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations, 6 (2011): Lasker R1-2 (http://ejournals.bc.edu/ojs/index.php/scjr/article/view/1590/1442).

65.      Barry Dov Walfish with Mikhail Kizilov, Bibliographia Karaitica. An Annotated Bibliography of Karaites and Karaism, The Medieval Review, July, 2011 (https://scholarworks.iu.edu/dspace/bitstream/handle/2022/13416/11.07.27.html?sequence=1).

66.      Benjamin Richler, ed., Hebrew Manuscripts in the Biblioteca Palatina in Parma; and Benjamin Richler, ed., Hebrew Manuscripts in the Vatican Library, Jewish Quarterly Review, 101:3 (Summer, 2011): 459-465.

67.      Jonathan P. Decter, Iberian Jewish Literature. Between al-Andalus and Christian Europe,  in Medieval Encounters, 17, Brill, Leiden, 2011, pp. 589-591.

68. Ben Outhwaite and Siam Bhayro, "From a Sacred Source." Genizah Studies in Honour of Professor Stefan C. Reif, The Medieval Review, December, 2011 (https://scholarworks.iu.edu/dspace/bitstream/handle/2022/13949/11.12.08.html?sequence=1).

69. Raphael Jospe, Jewish Philosophy in the Middle Ages, and Daniel Rynhold, An Introduction to Medieval Jewish Philosophy, European Judaism, 45 (2012): 162-165.

70. Mordecai Z. Cohen, Opening the Gates of Interpretation. Maimonides’ Biblical Hermeneutics in Light of His Geonic-Andalusian Heritage and Muslim Milieu, The Medieval Review, June, 2012.     (https://scholarworks.iu.edu/dspace/bitstream/handle/2022/14547/12.06.18.html?sequence=1).

71. Miriam Goldstein, Karaite Exegesis in Medieval Jerusalem. The Judeo-Arabic Pentateuch Commentary of Yūsuf ibn Nūh and Abū al-Faraj Hārūn; Meira Polliack and Eliezer Schlossberg, Yefet ben 'Eli's Commentary on Hosea. Annotated Edition, Hebrew Translation and Introduction; Nadia Vidro, Verbal Morphology in the Karaite Treatise on Hebrew Grammar Kitāb al-'uqūd fī tasārīf al-luġa al-'ibrāniyya; Barry Dov Walfish with Mikhail Kizilov. Bibliographia Karaitica. An Annotated Bibliography of Karaites and Karaism; Joachim J.M.S. Yeshaya, Medieval Hebrew Poetry in Muslim Egypt. The Secular Poetry of the Karaite Poet Moses ben Abraham Dar'ī; Marzena Zawanowska, The Arabic Translation and Commentary of Yefet ben 'Eli the Karaite on the Abraham Narratives (Genesis 11:10-25:18), to appear in Journal for Jewish Studies.

72. Jacob Lassner, Jews, Christians, and the Abode of Islam: Modern Scholarship, Medieval Realities, The Medieval Review, January, 2013 (https://scholarworks.iu.edu/dspace/bitstream/handle/2022/15273/13.01.16.html?sequence=1).

73. Peter Schäfer, The Jewish Jesus: How Judaism and Christianity Shaped Each Other; Peter Schäfer, Michael Meerson and Yaacov Deutsch, eds., Toledot Yeshu ("The Life Story of Jesus") Revisited. A Princeton Conference; Neta Stahl, ed., Jesus Among the Jews. Representation and Thought; John Friedman, Jean Connell Hoff, and Robert Chazan, The Trial of the Talmud: Paris, 1240; Journal of Jewish Studies, 64:2 (Autumn, 2013): 403-409.

74. Christoph Ochs, Matthaeus Adversus Christianos. The Use of the Gospel of Matthew in Jewish Polemics Against the Divinity of Jesus, Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations, 9 (2014).

75. Ofra Ofra Tirosh-Becker, Rabbinic Excerpts in Medieval Karaite Literature; James T. Robinson, Asceticism, Eschatology, Opposition to Philosophy. The Arabic Translation and Commentary of Salmon ben Yeroham on Qohelet (Ecclesiastes); Joachim J.M.S. Yeshaya, Poetry and Memory in Karaite Prayer. The Secular Poetry of the Karaite Poet Moses ben Abraham Darʽī; Nadia Vidro, A Medieval Karaite Pedagogical Grammar of Hebrew. A Critical Edition and English translation of Kitāb al-ʿUqūd fī Taṣārīf al-Luġa al-ʿIbrāniyya; to appear in Journal of Jewish Studies.

76. Karaite Texts and Studies, Brill Publishers, to appear in Peamim.

77. Arnold E. Franklin, et al., eds., Jews, Christians and Muslims in Medieval and Early Modern Times. A Festschrift in Honor of Mark R. Cohen, to appear in Renaissance Quarterly.



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