Torah Scholarship Since the Holocaust

By Sid Z. Leiman

Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture, 1984

This survey attempts to delineate the nature and direction of Torah scholarship, as reflected in publications, since the Holocaust. These scholarly publications are those which address an audience committed to Torah study and practice, and aim to advance Torah study. The report exhibits samples of publications from different areas of Torah scholarship (e.g. Talmud, Responsa literature, Midrash), and describes their contribution. The author states that this richness of publications emphasizes the prosperity of Torah study and the vitality of Jewish scholars today.

Topic: Culture, Publications, Judaic Studies, Jewish Text, Jewish Studies, Jewish Thought, Jewish Literacy

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Genre: Report

Coverage: Diaspora , Israel , United States

Identifier: 84-BD-25

Language: English

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Bibliographic Information:
Leiman, Sid Z. Torah Scholarship Since the Holocaust. Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture. 1984: http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=10827


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