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Table of Contents

  • Reading in Harmony: An Introduction
  • Judaism as a Path of Love, Avraham Yizhak (Arthur) Green
  • To Be or Not to Be: A Tale of Five Sisters, Avivah Gottlieb Zornberg
  • From the Cleft of the Rock: The Eclipse of God in the Bible, Midrash, and Post-Holocaust Theology, Rachel Adelman
  • The Unexpected Impact of Sections and Subsections in a Translation of Vayyiqra Rabba: A Case Study, Chaim Milikowsky
  • From Leviticus to Latkes: The Origins of Hanukkah's Miraculous Oil and the Meaning of the Festival, Michael Rosenberg
  • Between Tradition and Innovation: The Pedagogical Possibilities of the Penai Yehoshua, Jane Kanarek
  • Rediscovering the Covenant: The Contemporary Hasidic Thought of Rabbi Shmuel Berezovsky of Slonim, Alon Goshen-Gottstein
  • Protest or Discernment? Divine Limitation and Mystical Activism in the Qedushat Levi, Or N. Rose
  • Leadership as Individual Relationships: A Close Study of the No'am Elimelekh, Ebn Leader
  • Letter to Riga: Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn's Meditative System for a Young Woman, Naftali Loewenthal
  • Hasidic Women: Beyond Egalitarianist Discourse, Tsippi Kauffman
  • Prophecy and Imagination in the Teachings of R. Tzadoq ha-Kohen of Lublin, R. Abraham Isaac ha-Kohen Kook, and R. Kalonymous Kalman Shapira, Daniel Reiser
  • Poetics of Exegesis in the Sefat Emet's Homilies: Semantic Innovations for Discernment and Disclosure, Elie Holzer
  • Transcendent God, Immanent Kabbalah: Prolegomena to the Hasidic Teachings of R. Avraham ha-Malakh, Avinoam J. Stillman
  • Losing the Princess: Returning to Self: An Archetypal-Ritual Theory for Spiritual Journeying, Aubrey Glazer
  • Caring for the Graves of the Righteous: The Holocaust in Rabbi Shlomo Yosef Zevin's Sippurei Hasidim, Avraham Rosen
  • "Like a Moth to the Flame": The Death of Nadav and Avihu in Hasidic Literature, Ariel Evan Mayse

About the Author

Ariel Evan Mayse joined the faculty of Stanford University in 2017 as an assistant professor in the Department of Religious Studies, and is rabbi-in-residence of Atiq: Jewish Make Institute (https://www.atiqmakers.org). He holds a Ph.D. in Jewish Studies from Harvard University and rabbinic ordination from Beit Midrash Har'el. His research examines the role of language in Hasidism, the formation of early Hasidic literature, the renaissance of Jewish mysticism in the nineteenth and twentieth century, and the relationship between spirituality and law in modern Jewish thought.Avraham Yizhak Green, a nationally recognized historian of Jewish religion and a theologian, is the founding dean of the Rabbinical School of Hebrew College and now serves as its rector. He has lectured widely and taught Jewish mysticism, Hasidism, and theology to several generations of students at the University of Pennsylvania; the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, where he served as both dean and president; Brandeis University; and Hebrew College. Green is the founder of Havurat Shalom, an egalitarian Jewish community in Somerville, MA, and remains a leading independent figure in the Jewish renewal movement. He is the author or editor of more than a dozen books, including: Speaking Torah: Spiritual Teachings from Around the Maggid's Table (Jewish Lights, 2013); and Radical Judaism: Rethinking God and Tradition (Yale University Press, 2011), now available in Hebrew translation. His complete translation of Me'or Eynayim, an early Hasidic classic, is forthcoming with Stanford University Press.

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