Tagged: Yale University Press

Ruth: A Migrant’s Tale by Ilana Pardes

Ruth: A Migrant’s Tale by Ilana Pardes

The biblical Ruth has inspired numerous readers from diverse cultural backgrounds across many centuries. In this insightful volume, Ilana Pardes invites us to marvel at the ever-changing perspectives on Ruth’s foreignness. She explores the...

Tales from the Bor­der­lands by Omer Bar­tov

Tales from the Bor­der­lands by Omer Bar­tov

Mak­ing and Unmak­ing the Gali­cian Past Focusing on the former province of Galicia, this book tells the story of Europe’s eastern borderlands, stretching from the Baltic to the Balkans, through the eyes of the...

The Origins of Judaism by Yonatan Adler

The Origins of Judaism by Yonatan Adler

An Archaeological-Historical Reappraisal The Anchor Yale Bible Reference Library Groundbreaking research that utilizes archaeological discoveries and ancient texts to revolutionize our understanding of the beginnings of Judaism Throughout much of history, the Jewish way...

Arthur Miller: American Witness by John Lahr

Arthur Miller: American Witness by John Lahr

A great theater critic brings twentieth-century playwright Arthur Miller’s dramatic story to life with bold and revealing new insights. Distinguished theater critic John Lahr brings unique perspective to the life of Arthur Miller (1915–2005),...

The Lit­er­ary Mafia by Josh Lam­bert

The Lit­er­ary Mafia by Josh Lam­bert

Jews, Pub­lish­ing, and Post­war Amer­i­can Literature In the 1960s and 1970s, complaints about a “Jewish literary mafia” were everywhere. Although a conspiracy of Jews colluding to control publishing in the United States never actually...

For the Freedom of Zion by Guy MacLean Rogers

For the Freedom of Zion by Guy MacLean Rogers

The Great Revolt of Jews against Romans, 66–74 CE This deeply researched and insightful book examines the causes, course, and historical significance of the Jews’ failed revolt against Rome from 66 to 74 CE,...