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Judah Goldin Collection


Held at: University of Pennsylvania: Library at the Herbert D. Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies [Contact Us]420 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106-3703

This is a finding aid. It is a description of archival material held at the University of Pennsylvania: Library at the Herbert D. Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies. Unless otherwise noted, the materials described below are physically available in their reading room, and not digitally available through the web.

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Judah Goldin was born in 1914 in New York City. He graduated with a B.S.S. from City College of New York, attended the Seminary of Jewish Studies at the Jewish Theological Seminary where he obtained his B.H.L. in 1934, and graduated with a Masters Degree in English Literature from Columbia University. He also obtained a Masters and Doctorate in Hebrew Literature and was ordained as a rabbi (1939) from Jewish Theological Seminary. He was a Guggenheim Fellow (1958) and a Fulbright Research Scholar (1958, 1964-1965).

He taught religion, Jewish literature and history at a number of institutions, including Jewish Theological Seminary, where he also served as a Dean, Duke University and the University of Iowa. He spent fifteen years at Yale (1958-1973), teaching classical Judaica. He served as editor of the Yale Judaica Series for a number of years and edited The Jewish Expression (1970) and Shirta: The Song at the Sea Midrash (1971). He finished his career at the University of Pennsylvania teaching post Biblical literature and retired in 1985 as Professor Emeritus.

Dr. Goldin was a member of a number of professional and academic societies. He was a Fellow of the American Academy of Jewish Research and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He was also a member of the American Schools of Oriental Research, the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences, the Oriental Club Pennsylvania and Phi Beta Kappa.

Dr. Goldin published a number of books and articles. Among these were: The Fathers According to Rabbi Nathan (1955), The Living Talmud; the wisdom of the Fathers and its classical commentaries which he selected and translated and one essay which he wrote (1957).

Dr. Goldin died in 1998. He was married to Grace Aaronson and they had two children, Robin and David.

(Much of this biography was taken from

The Judah Goldin Collection is composed of sixteen boxes of material collection by Dr. Goldin. The majority of the material is offprints of articles written by Dr. Goldin's colleagues and friends throughout most of the twentieth century. While the majority of the articles/offprints (6 boxes) are in English, there is a substantial amount in Hebrew (2 boxes), and a number of complete journals/periodicals (2 boxes). There is also a box of oversized materials including several copies of PhD candidate theses by Goldin's students, encyclopedia articles and other materials. There are also two boxes of books. Frequently attached to, or written on, the offprints, are notes and greetings from Dr. Goldin's friends and colleagues.

The English language offprints have been catalogued and sorted alphabetically by author in Boxes 3-8. However, because approximately twenty-four authors had so many articles/offprints in the collection, their work was moved to the back of the alphabetical letter. For example, articles by William W. Hallo follow all other articles by authors with "H" surnames and are stored separately. This was done to make access easier for the researcher. The authors for whom there are separate sections include: Jose Faur, J.J. Finkelstein, Louis Finkelstein, Walter J. Fischel, H.L. Ginsberg, Bernard R. Goldstein, Lenn E. Goodman, M. Greenberg, J.C. Greenfield, William W. Hallo, Shnayer/Sid Leiman, Stephen Lieberman, Ivan Marcus, Ralph Marcus, Leon Nemoy, Arthur Darby Nock, Shalom Paul, Richard Popkin, Thomas G. Rosenmayer, Franz Rosenthal, Nahaum Sarna, Morton Smith, Jeffrey Tigay, and Moshe Weinfeld.

University of Pennsylvania: Library at the Herbert D. Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies
Finding Aid Author
Louise Strauss
Finding Aid Date
November 25, 2019

Collection Inventory

Correspondence between Jeremy Popkin and Arthur Kiron re: Goldin Collection.
Box 1 Folder 1
Correspondence with Richard Popkin.
Box 1 Folder 2
Correspondence with Sanford Budick with articles by (1) Avigdor Shinan & Yair Zakovitch and (2) Moshe Idel.
Box 1 Folder 3
Correspondence with Gerson D. Cohen re: Morais translation.
Box 1 Folder 4
Correspondence with Fred O. Francis (and article).
Box 1 Folder 5
Correspondence re: Mordecai Kaplan.
Box 1 Folder 6
Correspondence with Anne D. Kilmer.
Box 1 Folder 7
Correspondence with Barbara Kirschenblatt-Gimblett.
Box 1 Folder 8
Correspondence with Sid Leiman.
Box 1 Folder 9
Correspondence with Judith Neaman.
Box 1 Folder 10
Correspondence with Siegfied Wenzel and Fred Robinson.
Box 1 Folder 11
Correspondence with Nat [?].
Box 1 Folder 12
Correspondence with Paul ____.
Box 1 Folder 13
Correspondence (1984) with [E______] and memoir.
Box 1 Folder 14
Miscellaneous correspondence.
Box 1 Folder 15

Commencement Exercises, The Jewish Theological Seminary, includes copies of an Address by Dr. Goldin upon receiving an honorary degree, June 9, 1968.
Box 2 Folder 1
Goldin, Judah. "Bickerman's Collected Studies." 2 copies of a typescript later published in History of Religions 17, no. 1 (1977): 73-85. .
Box 2 Folder 2
Items from a folder marked "Dead Sea Scrolls" .
Box 2 Folder 3
Items from an envelope marked "Meyer Schapiro" .
Box 2 Folder 4

"An Irish-Latin Text on the Angel with the Ram in Abraham's Sacrifice," Essays in the History of Art Presented to Rudolf Wittkower, (Phaidon, 1967):17-19.

"Introduction to the Bird's Head Haggada, Introductory Volume" (undated).

"The Angel With the Ram in Abraham's Sacrifice: A Parallel in Western and Islamic Art," Ars Islamica 10 (1943): 134-147.

"The Image of the Disappearing Christ: The Ascension in English Art Around the Year 1000," Gazette des Beaux-Arts, Ser. 6, Vol. 23 (1943) 135-152.

3 typescripts: from Levine, Liberle and Bar-Asher.
Box 2 Folder 5

Levine, Hillel. "Jewish Reticence Towards Science in the Eighteenth Century."

Liberles, Robert. "The Historical Context of Dohm's Treatise on the Jews."

Bar-Asher, Shalom. [Hebrew title].

4 typescripts: Band, Etkes, Nadav, and [Hebrew].
Box 2 Folder 6

Band, Arnold J. "The Beginnings of Modern Hebrew Literature: Perspectives on 'Modernity'."

Etkes, Immanuel. "Hasidism from an Esoteric Circle to a Popular Movement: The Case of Shneur Zalman of Lyady."

Nadav, Mordekhai. "The Rise and Decline of Hasidism in Pinsk-Karlin."

[Hebrew typescript].

3 typescripts from an envelope: Idel, Fox, and Kulka.
Box 2 Folder 7

Fox, Marvin. "Ethics and Value Theory in the Thought of Rabbi Hayyim Volozhiner."

Idel, Moshe. "Perceptions of Kabbalah in the Second Half of the 18th Century." (with Notes)

Kulka, Otto Dov. "Some Observations on the 18th Century Background of the Rebirth of Jewish Historical Consciousness in the Early 19th Century."

6 typescripts from an envelope marked "18th Century": Altmann, Cohen, Dan, Popkin, Rotenstreich, and Saperstein.
Box 2 Folder 8

Altmann, Alexander. "Reflections on Moses Mendelssohn's Concept of Judaism."

Cohen, Tova. "Medieval and Modern Tendencies in Shlomo Levison's Literary Work."

Dan, Joseph. "The Role of Homiletical and Ethical Literature in 18th Century Jewish Culture."

Popkin, Richard. "David Levi, Anglo-Jewish Theologian."

Rotenstreich, Nathan. "Between Mendelssohn and Kant."

Saperstein, Marc. "The Eighteenth-Century Sermon."

Steven D. Fraade's dissertation: "Enosh and His Generation: Scriptural Translation and Interpretation in Late Antiquity" (advisor's original copy, 1980).
Box 2 Folder 9
Menahem Kister thesis ("Avot de-Rabbi Nathan: Studies in Text, Redaction and Interpretation") and correspondence.
Sid Leiman's dissertation (advisor's copy).
Ellen J. Rank's thesis: "The Book of Jonah in Modern Scholarship: The Date of the Book: The Unity of the Book: The Purpose of the Book." (thesis for Master of Arts, 1981).
Box 2 Folder 10
American Academy of Arts & Sciences and Library of Congress.
Box 2 Folder 11
Biographies, Eulogies, Funerals, and CVs.
Box 2 Folder 12
Box 2 Folder 13
Hebrew & Yiddish Languages.
Box 2 Folder 14
Hebrew certificate.
Box 2 Folder 15
Lucius Apuleius' Defeat of the Bandits..
Box 2 Folder 16
Miscellaneous Newspaper Articles (English).
Box 2 Folder 17
Miscellaneous Newspaper Articles (Hebrew).
Box 2 Folder 18
[Hebrew folder].
Box 2 Folder 19
Department of State & Official Reports.
Box 2 Folder 20
Libraries, Publication Societies and Books.
Box 2 Folder 21

Program pamphlets & Exhibits.
Box 3 Folder 1
Schools & Syllabi.
Box 3 Folder 2
Box 3 Folder 3
Education bulletins & societies.
Box 3 Folder 4
Miscellaneous Photocopies.
Box 3 Folder 5
Notebooks (8 spiral & 5 bound).
Agee, Joel. "As the Wall Came Tumbling Down," The New York Times Magazine, November 26, 1989, pp. 42, 77-78, 92.
Alter, Robert. "Biblical Type-Scenes and the Uses of Convention," Critical Inquiry 5, no. 2 (1978): 355-368.
Altmann, A. "Isaac Israeli's Book of Definitions: Some Fragments of a Second Hebrew Translation," Journal of Semitic Studies 2, no. 3 (1957): 232-242.
Altmann, A. "Isaac Israeli's 'Chapter on the Elements' (Ms Mantua)," The Journal of Jewish Studies 7, nos. 1-2 (1956): 31-57.
Ankori, Zvi. "The Correspondence of Tobias Ben Moses The Karaite of Constantinople," Essays on Jewish Life and Thought (1959): 1-38.
Ankori, Zvi. "Greek Orthodox--Jewish Relations in Historical Perspective--The Jewish View," Journal of Ecumenical Studies 13, no. 4 (1976): 17-57. (Photocopy).
Ankori, Zvi. "Ibn al-Hiti and the Chronology of Joseph al-Basir the Karaite," The Journal of Jewish Studies 8, nos. 1-2 (1957): 71-81.
Ankori, Zvi. "Some Aspects of Karaite-Rabbanite Relations in Byzantium on the Eve of the First Crusade," Proceedings of the American Academy for Jewish Research 24/25, Pts. 1/2 (1955/1956): 1-38, 157-182.
Ankori. Zvi. Review of "The History of the Jewish Khazars" by D. M. Dunlop, in Judaism: A Quarterly Journal of Jewish Life and Thought 5, no. 2 (1956).
Aus, Roger David. "Luke 15:11-32 and R. Eliezer Ben Hyrcanus's Rise to Fame," Journal of Biblical Literature 104, no. 3 (1985): 443-469.
Aus, Roger D. "Three Pillars and Three Patriarchs: A Proposal Concerning Gal 2.9," Zeitschrift Fur Die Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft 70, nos. 3-4 (1979): 252-261.
Austerlitz, Robert. "Literacy and Folklore; Philology and Linguistics: Sacred Eurasian Antiquity and Profane Worldwide Modernity." (Typescript).
Avigad, N. and Jonas C. Greenfield. "A Bronze phiale with a Phoenician Dedicatory Inscription," Israel Exploration Journal 32 (1982): 118-129.
Bailey, David R. Shackleton. "Editing Ancient Texts." (Typescript).
Bakan, David. "Paternity in the Judeo-Christian Tradition," The Human Context 4, no. 2 (1972): 350- 359.
Baron, Salo W. "From a Historian's Notebook: European Jewry Before and After Hitler," American Jewish Year Book 63 (1962): 5-56.
Barr, James. "The Nature of Linguistic Evidence in the Text of the Bible." Typescript for article later published in Robert Austerlitz and Herbert H. Paper, eds., Language & Texts: The Nature of Linguistic Evidence (Ann Arbor, MI: Center for Coordination of Ancient and Modern Studies, University of Michigan, 1975.).
Bar-Sela, Ariel, Hebbel E. Hoff and Elias Faris. "Moses Maimonides' Two Treatises on the Regimen of Health: Fi Tadbir al-Sihhah and Maqalah fi Bayan Ba'd al-A'rad wa-al Jawab 'anha," Transactions of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia For Promoting Useful Knowledge, New Series 54, Pt. 4 (1964): 3-40.
Bean, William B. Review of "Rembrandt's Anatomy of Dr. Nicholaas Tulp" by William S. Heckscher, in AMA Archives of Internal Medicine 105, no. 4 (1960): 656–658. .
Bellinger, Alfred R. "The End of the Seleucids," Transactions of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences 38 (1949): 51-102.
Ben-Amos, Dan. "Categories analytiques et genres populaires," Poetique: revue de theorie et d'analyse litteraires 19 (1974): 265-293.
Ben-Amos, Dan. "Talmudic Tall Tales," Folklore Today (1976): 25-43.
Ben-Israel, Hedva. "William Smyth, Historian of the French Revolution," Journal of the History of Ideas 21, no. 4 (1960): 571-585.
Benson, Miriam. "Equal Pay for Work of Equal Value," Israel Yearbook on Human Rights 15 (1985): 66-87.
Berlin, Charles. "The Judaica Collection at Harvard," (Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Library, 1971). Reprinted from The Jewish Book Annual 26 (1968-1969).
Berman, Lawrence V. "Greek into Hebrew: Samuel ben Judah of Marseilles, Fourteenth-Century Philosopher and Translator," Jewish Medieval and Renaissance Studies (1967): 289-320.
Berman, L. V. "Quotations from Al-Farabi's Lost 'Rhetoric' and his 'Al-Fusul al-Muntaza'a," Journal of Semitic Studies 12, no. 2 (1967): 268–272.
Bickerman, Elias J. "The Civic Prayer For Jerusalem," Harvard Theological Review 55, no. 3 (1962): 163-185. (Note: the title on the cover is "The Civil Prayer of Jerusalem.").
Bickerman, Elias. "Consecratio," edited by E.J. Bickerman and W. den Boer, Entretiens Sur L'Antiquite Classique 19 (1973): 3-37.
Bickerman, Elias J. "The Historical Foundations of Postbiblical Judaism," edited by Louis Finkelstein, The Jews: Their History, Culture, and Religion, 3rd edition. (New York: Harper & Brothers): 70-114.
Bickerman, E. J. "Love Story in the Homeric Hymn to Aphrodite," Athenaeum 54 (1976): 229-254.
Bickerman, Elias. "The Seleucids and the Achaemenids," La Persia e Il Mondo Greco-Romano 76 (1966): 87-117. (Inside the article there is a proof of Bickerman's "The Parthian Ostracon No 1760 from Nisa" to be published in Bibliotheca Orientalis 23 Nos. 1-2 (1966): 15-17.).
Bickerman, Elias J. "Some Reflections on Early Roman History," Rivista di Filologia e Di Istruzione Classica 97, no. 4 (1969): 393-408.
Bickerman, E.J. Review of "The Conflict of Generations in Ancient Greece and Rome," edited by Stephen Bertman, in Athenaeum 56 (1978): 409-413. (Photocopy).
Bickerman, E.J. Review of "Persien unter den ersten Achameniden (6 Jahrhundert v Chr)," by M. A. Dandamaev, translated by Heinz-Dieter Pohl, in Athenaeum 56 (1978): 413-415.
Bickerman, E. J. and H. Tadmor. "Darius I, Pseudo-Smerdis, and the Magi," Athenaeum 56, nos. 3-4 (1978): 239-261.
Blank, Sheldon H. "Of a Truth the Lord Hath Sent Me: An Inquiry into the Source of the Prophet's Authority," The Goldenson Lecture for 1955, Hebrew Union College Press, 1955.
Blau, Joseph L. "Tradition and Innovation," Essays on Jewish Life and Thought, (New York: Columbia University Press, 1959): 95-104.
Bleeker, C. J., Angelo Brelich and George Widengren. "In Memoriam Raffaele Pettazzoni," Numen 6, no. 2 (1959): 76a-d.
Blumenfield, Samuel M. "Books on the History and Philosophy of Jewish Education," Jewish Book Annual 25 (1967-1968): 2-11.
Blumenfield, Samuel M. "Rashi, The Teacher in Israel (1040-1105)," Jewish Social Studies 2, no. 4 (1940): 391-400.
Blumenfield, Samuel M. "Towards a Study of Maimonides the Educator," Hebrew Union College Annual 23, no. 2, pp. 1-37.
Bosniak, Jacob. "Introduction to The Commentary of David Kimhi On The Fifth Book of The Psalms CVII-CL," Conservative Judaism 6, (Dec.-Feb. 1949-1950).
Boyarin, Daniel. "An Inquiry into the Formation of The Middle Aramaic Dialects," edited by Yoël L. Arbeitman and Allan R. Bomhard, Bono Homini Donum: Essays in Historical Linguistics, in Memory of J. Alexander Kerns (Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 1982): 613-649.
Braude, William G. "The Relevance of Midrash," The Central Conference of American Rabbis Yearbook 65 (1955): 133-142.
Brisman, Leslie. Reviews of "The Eclipse of Biblical Narrative: A Study in Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Hermeneutics" and "The Identity of Jesus Christ: The Hermeneutical Bases of Dogmatic Theology" by Hans W. Frei, in Comparative Literature 28, no. 4 (1976): 368-372.
Brown, George H. "Publications by Morton W. Bloomfield 1939-May 1981." Typescript. (Later published as "Publications by Morton W. Bloomfield, 1939-1981," edited by Larry D. Benson and Siegfried Wenzel, The Wisdom of Poetry: Essays in Early English Literature in Honor of Morton W. Bloomfield (Kalamazoo: Medieval Institute Publications of Western Michigan University, 1982): 241-58. Provided by Sigfried Wenzel.
Brown, Peter. "The Rise and Function of the Holy Man in Late Antiquity," The Journal of Roman Studies 61 (1971): 80-101. (Photocopy).
Brownlee, William H. "The Composition of Habakkuk," Hommages a Andre Dupont-Sommer (Paris: Adrien-Maisonneuve, 1971): 255-275.
Brownlee, William H. "The Dead Sea Habakkuk Midrash and the Targum of Jonathan." (mimeographed paper published through the Duke Divinity School, February 2, 1953.).
Brownlee, William. "Ezekiel's Poetic Indictment of the Shepherds," Harvard Theological Review 51, no. 4 (October 1958): 191-203.
Brownlee, William H. "The Placarded Revelation of Habakkuk," Journal of Biblical Literature 82, Pt. 3 (1963): 319-325.
Brownlee, William H. "The Servant of the Lord in the Qumran Scrolls, II," Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research No. 135, October 1954, pp. 33-38.
Brownlee, William H. "Supplementary Studies Nos. 10-12: The Dead Sea Manual of Discipline, Translation and Notes," Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research (1951).
Brownlee, W. H. "Two Elegies on the Fall of Judah (Ezekiel 19)," Ex Orbe Religionum, Studia Geo Widengren Oblata 1 (Leiden: H. J. Brill, 1972): 93-103.
Caine, Ivan. "Elisha as Antecedent to Jesus," Jewish Civilization: Essays and Studies, Judaism and Christianity 3 (1985): 9-51. Reconstructionist Rabbinical College.
Caine, Ivan. "Names in Agnon," Conservative Judaism 23, no. 3 (1969): 25-41. (2 copies).
Cammann, Schuyler V. R. "Christopher the Armenian and the Three Princes of Serendip," Comparative Literature Studies 4, no. 3 (1967): 229-258.
Cammann, Schuyler van R. "Cosmic Symbolism on Carpets from the Sanguszko Group," edited by Peter Chelkowski, in Studies in Art & Literature of the Near East in Honor of Richard Ettinghausen (1974): 181-208.
Cammann, Schuyler, V.R. "Religious Symbolism in Persian Art," History of Religions 15, no. 3 (1976): 193-208.
Cave, C. H. "Lazarus and the Lukan Deuteronomy," New Testament Studies 15 (1969): 319-325.
Chiel, Arthur A. "An Ethical Will," American Jewish Historical Quarterly 61, no. 3 (1972): 230-233. (In Hebrew and English).
Chiel, Arthur A. "Ezra Stiles--The Education of An 'Hebrician," American Jewish Historical Quarterly 60, no. 3 (1971): 235-241.
Chiel, Arthur A. "Ezra Stiles and the Jews: A Study in Ambivalence," A Bicentennial Festschrift for Jacob R. Marcus (1976): 63-76. (Photocopy).
Chiel, Arthur A. "Hebraic Allusions in Lescarbot," American Jewish Historical Quarterly 58, no. 3 (1969): 347-359.
Chiel, Arthur A. "Lessing's ''Nathan the Wise,'"Conservative Judaism 33 (1980): 72-78. (Photocopy).
Chiel, Arthur. "The Rabbis and Ezra Stiles," American Jewish Historical Quarterly 61, no. 4 (1972): 294-312.
Chiel, Arthur. "Sit-in at the Shul: The Story of the Touro Synagogue Revolt," Moment 7, no. 7 (1982): 37-39. (Photocopy).
Childs, Brevard S. "The Birth of Moses," Journal of Biblical Literature (1965): 109-122. .
Christian, William A. "Augustine on the Creation of the World," Harvard Theological Review 46, no. 1 (1953): 1-25.
Christian, William A. "Bochenski on the Structure of Schemes of Doctrines," Religious Studies 13 (1977): 203-219.
Christian, William A. "Domains of Truth," American Philosophical Quarterly 12, no. 1 (1975): 61-68.
Christian, William A. "Inwardness and Outward Concerns: A Study of John Woolman's Thought," Quaker History 67, no. 2 (1978): 88-104.
Christian, William A. "Philosophical Analysis and Philosophy of Religion," Journal of Religion 39, no. 2 (1959): 77-87.
Christian, William A. "Spinoza on Theology and Truth," edited by Robert E. Cushman and Egil Grislis, The Heritage of Christian Thought: essays in honor of Robert Lowry Calhoun (New York: Harper & Row, 1965): 89-107.
Cogan, Mordechai. "Ashurbanipal Prism F: Notes on Scribal Techniques and Editorial Procedures," Journal of Cuneiform Studies 20, no. 2 (1977): 97-107.
Cogan, Mordechai. "Israel in Exile--The View of a Josianic Historian," Journal of Biblical Literature 97, no. 1 (1978): 40-44.
Cogan, Mordechai. "The Men of Nebo--Repatriated Reubenites," The Israel Exploration Journal 29 (1979): 37-39.
Cohen, Boaz. "Bibliography of the Writings of Professor Louis Ginzberg Compiled on the Occasion of His Sixtieth Birthday," (New York: Post-Shoulson Press, 1933).
Cohen, Boaz. "Sabbath Prohibitions Known as 'Shebut.'" Delivered at the Rabbinical Assembly Convention, New York, June 25, 1949.
Cohen, Gerson D. "The Story of the Four Captives," Proceedings of the American Academy for Jewish Research 29 (1960-1961): 55-131.
Cohen, Yehudi A. "A Theory and a Model of Social Change and Evolution," Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 2 (1983): 164-207.
Cooper, Alan. "The Act of Reading the Bible," Eighth World Congress of Jewish Studies Panel Sessions: Bible Studies and Hebrew Language, Jerusalem (1983): 61-68. .
Cooper, Alan. "The 'Euphemism' in Numbers 12:12 A Study in the History of Interpretation," Journal of Jewish Studies 32, no. 1, (1981): 56-64.
Curley, Thomas. "Personality Portraits from the Story of Dinah at Shechem in Subsequent Literature." Paper written by a University of Pennsylvania Graduate Student for Dr. Judah Goldin, 1973; 2 copies.
Curley, Thomas. "Philo on Law: A Thinker Between Two Worlds." Paper written by a University of Pennsylvania Graduate Student for Dr. Judah Goldin, 1974.
Cutler, Allan. "Does the Simeon of Luke 2 Refer to Simeon the Son of Hillel?" Journal of Bible and Religion 34, no. 1 (1966): 29-35.
Dahl, Nils Alstrup. "The Atonement--An Adequate Reward for the Akedah? (Ro 8:32)," edited by E. Earle Ellis and Max Wilcox, in Neotestamentica et Semitica: Studies in Honor of Matthew Black (Edinburgh: T&T Clark, 1969): 15-29.
Dahl, Nils Alstrup. "Das Geheimnis der Kirche nach Eph. 3, 8-10," Zur Auferbauung des Leibes Christi (1965): 63-75.
Dahl, Nils Alstrup. "Motsigelser i Skriften et gammelt hermeneutiskt problem," Svensk Teologisk Kvartalskrift 45 (1969): 22-36.
Dahl, Nils Alstrup. "Widerspruche in der Bibel, ein altes hermeneutisches Problem," Studia Theologica 25, no. 1 (1971): 1-19.
Dan, Robert. "Benczedi Szekely Istvan Zsoltaroskonyvenek Forrasaihoz," Filologiai Kozlony (1967): 151-155. (in Hungarian).
Dan, Robert. "The Earliest printing of Hebrew text books in Buda," Magyar Konyvszemle 1 (1968): 35-41.
Dan, Robert. "Heber hungaricak a XVI-XVII szazadban," Magyar Konyvszemle (1965): 352-358. (in Hungarian) .
Dan, Robert. "Pollak Miksa Irodalmi Munkassaga," Kulunlenyomat a Magyar-Zsido Okleveltar (1968): 3-8. (in Hungarian).
Dan, Robert. "Samuel Bettlheim[sic] Und Seine "Judaica" Pressburg 1934-1937," Zeitschrift fur die Geschichte der Juden 1 (1967): 40-54. (in German).
Dan, Robert. "Sylvester Janos heber betui es forrasai," Magyar Konyvszemle (1969): 163-168. (in Hungarian).
Dan, Robert. "Ujabb adatok a sarospataki nyomda tortenetehez," Magyar Konyvszemle (1966): 345-346. (in Hungarian).
Dan, Robert. "Zwei Inhaltsverzeichnisse: I. Jahrbuch der Gesellschaft fur Geschichte der Juden in der Tschechoslowakischen Republik, II. Zeitschrift fur die Geschichte der Juden in der Tschechoslowakei," Zeitschrift fur die Geschichte der Juden pp. 177-201.
Daube, David. "Medical and Genetic Ethics: Three Historical Vignettes" (Oxford: Oxford Centre for Postgraduate Hebrew Studies, 1976).
Davidson, Israel. "Rhymes in Hebrew Poetry," The Jewish Quarterly Review, New Series 30, no. 4 (1940): 299-398.
Davies, W. D. "Torah and Dogma: A Comment" and Flusser, David. "A New Sensitivity in Judaism and the Christian Message." Introduction by Krister Stendahl. Papers from the Colloquium on Judaism and Christianity held at Harvard Divinity School, October 17-20, 1966. (Reprint from the Harvard Theological Review 61, no. 2, April 1968). .
Davis, Moshe. "Centres of Jewry in the Western Hemisphere: A Comparative Approach," The Jewish Journal of Sociology 5, no. 1 (1963): 4-26.
Davis, Moshe. "The Human Record: Cyrus Adler at the Peace Conference, 1919," Essays in American Jewish History, To Commemorate the Tenth Anniversary of the Founding of the American Jewish Archives under the direction of Jacob Rader Marcus (Cincinnati, 1958): 457-491.
Davis, Moshe. "Jewry, East and West (The Correspondence of Israel Friedlaender and Simon Dubnow)," YIVO Annual of Jewish Social Science 9 (1954): 9-62.
Deutsch, Monroe E. "Foreword," Semitic and Oriental Studies: A Volume Presented to William Popper On the Occasion of His Seventy-Fifth Birthday October 29, 1949, University of California Press (1949), v-xii.
Duker, Abraham G. "The Tarniks (Believers in the Coming of the Messiah in 1840)," in The Joshua Starr Memorial Volume, Jewish Social Studies 5 (1953): 191-201.
Eban, Abba. "The Intellectual Climate in Israel Today," Oxford Centre for Postgraduate Hebrew Studies (1976): 1-12.
Edelmann, R. "To Annot Exodus XXXII 18," Vetus Testamentum 16, no. 3 (1966): 355.
Edelmann, Rafael. "Zur judischen Geistesgeschichte in der Emanzipationszeit Ein Brief I. N. Mannheimers," edited by R. Jacob & Ludwig Ehrlich, in Littera Judaica in Memoriam Edwin Guggengheim (Frankfurt a Main: Europäische Verlagsanstalt, 1965): 166-179.
Ehnmark, Erland. "Linnaeus and The Problem of Immortality,"K. Humanistiska Vetenskapssamfundets i Lund Arsberättelse 4 (1951-1952): 63-93.
Ehnmark, Erland. "Some Notes on the Greek Orpheus Tradition," pp. 570-579.
Ehnmark, Erland. "Transmigration in Plato," Harvard Theological Review 50, no. 1 (1957): 1-20.
Eichler, Barry L. "The Use of Ancient Near Eastern Law in Understanding Biblical Law: A Response." (Typescript).
Eisenstein-Barzilay, Isaac. "The Treatment of the Jewish Religion in the Literature of the Berlin Haskalah," Proceedings of the American Academy for Jewish Research 24 (1955): 39-68.
Elbogen, Ismar. Typescript of a lecture on "The Song of Israel," delivered at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America on January 24, 1939.
Elfenbein, Israel. "Jewish Education in Palestine Under Turkey as reflected in the She'elot u-Teshuvot of the period (A chapter from the author's 'Inside Jewish Palestine') in Two Volumes (1519-1919)" (New York): pp. 1-18.
Eusden, John D. "Natural Law and Covenant Theology in New England, 1620-1670," Natural Law Forum 5 (1960): 1-30.
Evenari, M., L. Shanan and N. H. Tadmor. "The Ancient Desert Agriculture of the Negev: IV. Chain Well Systems in the Wadi Arava," Records of the Agricultural Research Station, Ktavim 9, nos. 3-4 (1959): 223-240.
Evenari, M., Y. Aharoni, L. Shanan and N. H. Tadmor. "The Ancient Desert Agriculture of the Negev: III. Early Beginnings," Israel Exploration Journal 8, no. 4 (1958): 231-268.

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Greenberg, Moshe. "On the Refinement of the Conception of Prayer in Hebrew Scriptures," AJS Review 1 (1976): 57-92. (2 copies).
Greenberg, Moshe. "On Sharing the Scriptures," edited by F. M. Cross, et al., in Magnalia Dei: The Mighty Acts of God, Essays on the Bible and Archaeology in memory of G. Ernest Wright (Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday, 1976): 455-463.
Greenberg, Moshe. "Prolegomenon," edited by Shalom Spiegel and Charles Cutler Torrey, in Pseudo-Ezekiel and the Original Prophecy (New York: Ktav, 1970): XI-XXXV.
Greenberg, Moshe. "Psalm 140," Eretz-Israel 14 (1978): 88-99. (mostly in Hebrew).
Greenberg, Moshe. "On Teaching the Bible in Religious Schools," Jewish Education 29 (1959): 45-53.
Greenberg, Moshe. "The Redaction of the Plague Narrative in Exodus," edited by Hans Goedicke, in Near Eastern Studies in Honor of William Foxwell Albright, (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1971): 243-252.
Greenberg, Moshe. "Reflections on Job, Hanukka 5737/1976 Safed." (Typescript dated January 1977.).
Greenberg, Moshe. "Religion: Stability and Ferment," edited by Abraham Malamat, in The World History of the Jewish People--The Age of the Monarchies: Culture and Society (Jerusalem: Massada Press, 1979): 79-123, 296-303.
Greenberg, Moshe. "Some Postulates of Biblical Criminal Law," Yehezkel Kaufmann Jubilee Volume (Jerusalem: Magnes Press, The Hebrew University, 1960): 5-28.
Greenberg, Moshe. "The Stabilization of the Text of the Hebrew Bible, Reviewed in the Light of the Biblical Materials from the Judean Desert," Journal of the American Oriental Society 76, no. 3 (1956): 157-167.
Greenberg, Moshe. "Understanding Exodus," The Heritage of Biblical Israel 2, Pt. 1 (New York: Behrman House, 1969.).
Greenberg, Moshe. "The Use of the Ancient Versions For Interpreting the Hebrew Text: A Sampling from Ezekiel ii 1-iii 11," Congress Volume, Vetus Testamentum 29 (Leiden; Brill, 1978): 131-148.
Greenberg, Moshe. "The Vision of Jerusalem in Ezekiel 8-11: A Holistic Interpretation," The Divine Helmsman: Studies on God's Control of Human Events, Presented to Lou H. Silberman. (New York: Ktav, 1980): 143-149. (1 offprint and 1 photocopy).
Greenberg, Moshe. "Prophecy in Hebrew Scripture," Dictionary of the History of Ideas. (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1973): 657-664. (Reprint/proof).
Greenberg, Moshe. Review of "Barthelemy's Critique Textuelle de L'Ancien Testament," The Jewish Quarterly Review, New Series 78, nos. 1-2 (1987): 137-140.
Greenberg, Moshe. Review of "Bogaert's Le Livre de Jeremie," The Jewish Quarterly Review, New Series 79, no. 1 (1988): 71-72.
Greenberg, Moshe. Review of "Ezkiel's Prophecy on Tyre (Ez. 26,1-28,19): A New Approach," by H. J Van Dijk in Journal of the American Oriental Society 90, no. 4 (1970): 536-40. .
Greenberg, Moshe. "Gordon's Pennsylvania Tradition of Semitics," The Jewish Quarterly Review 77, no. 2 (1986-1987): 226-227.
Greenfield, J. C. "Amurrite, Ugaritic and Canaanite," Proceedings of the International Conference on Semitic Studies, Jerusalem, 1965, pp.1-10.
Greenfield, J.C. "An Ancient Treaty Ritual and its Targumic Echo," Salvacion en la Palabra, Madrid, pp. 391-197.
Greenfield, Jonas C. "Aramaic and Its Dialects," edited by Herbert H. Paper, in Jewish Languages: Theme and Variations, Proceedings of Regional Conferences of the Association for Jewish Studies Held at the University of Michigan and New York University in March-April 1975." (Cambridge, MA: Association for Jewish Studies, 1978): 29-43.
Greenfield, Jonas C. "Aramaic Studies and the Bible," Congress Volume, Vienna 1980 (Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1981): 110-130.
Greenfield, Jonas C. "The Aramean God Ramman/Rimmon,"Israel Exploration Journal 26 (1976): 195-198.
Greenfield, Jonas C. "Babylonian-Aramaic Relationships," Mesopotamien und Seine Nachbarn: Politische und kulturelle Wechselbeziehungen im Alten Vorderasien vom 4. bis 1. Jahrtausend v. Chr. : xxv. Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale Berlin, 3. bis 7 Juli 1978 (Berlin: Reimer, 1982): 471-482.
Greenfield, Jonas C. "'Because He/She Did Not Know Letters': Remarks on a First Millenium C.E. Legal Expression," Journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society 22 (1993): 39-44. (Photocopy).
Greenfield, Jonas C. "Early Aramaic Poetry," Journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society of Columbia University, M. Bravmann Memorial Volume 11 (1979): 45-51.
Greenfield, Jonas C. "The Epithets RBT/TRRT in the KRT Epic," Perspectives on Language and Text: Essays and Poems in Honor of Francis I. Andersen's Sixtieth Birthday July 28, 1985 (Eisenbrauns, 1987): 35-37.
Greenfield, Jonas C. "The Hebrew Bible and Canaanite Literature," edited by Robert Alter and Frank Kermode, in The Literary Guide to the Bible (Cambridge: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1987): 545-560.
Greenfield, Jonas C. "The Languages of Palestine, 200 B.C.E.-200 C.E.," edited by Herbert H. Paper, in Jewish Languages: Theme and Variations (Cambridge, MA: Association for Jewish Studies, 1978): 143-154.
Greenfield, Jonas C. "Larnax Tes Lapethou III Revisited," edited by E. Lipinski, in Studia Phoenicia V Phoenicia and the East Mediterranean in the First Millennium B.C. Proceedings of the Conference held in Leuven from the 14th to the 16th of November 1985. OLA 22 (Leuven: Uitgeverij Peeters, 1987): 391-401.
Greenfield, Jonas C. "Lexicographical Notes 1," Hebrew Union College Annual 29 (1958): 203-228.
Greenfield, Jonas C. "Lexicographical Notes 2," Hebrew Union College Annual 30 (1959): 141-151.
Greenfield, Jonas C. "Raten Magushe [in Hebrew]," edited by Sidney Hoenig and Leon Stitskin, in Joshua Finkel Festschrift (New York: Yeshiva University Press, 1974): 63-69.
Greenfield, Jonas C. "A Mandaic Miscellany," Journal of the American Oriental Society 104, no. 1 (1984): 81-85. .
Greenfield, Jonas C. "Nasu-nadanu and Its Congeners," Essays on the Ancient Near East: Studies in Memory of J. J. Finkelstein, Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences, Memoir 19 (1977): 87-91. (with additional notes/corrections on the inside of the back cover.).
Greenfield, Jonas C. "The Root 'GBL' in Mishnaic Hebrew and in the Hymnic Literature from Qumran," Revue de Qumran 6, no. 2 (1960): 155-162.
Greenfield, Jonas C. "Smitten by Famine, Battered by Plague (Deuteronomy 32: 24)," edited by John H. Marks & Robert M. Good, in Love & Death in the Ancient Near East: Essays in Honor of Marvin H. Pope, Four Quarters Publishing Company, 1987, pp. 151-152.
Greenfield, Jonas C. "Some Glosses on the Keret Epic," Eretz-Israel, Albright Volume 9 (1969): 60-65.
Greenfield, Jonas C. "Some Neo-Babylonian Women," edited by Jean-Marie Durand, in La Femme dans le Proche-Orient Antique pp.75-80, Compte rendu de la XXXIII Rencontre Assyriologique Internationals (Paris, 1986), (Paris: Editions Recherche sur les Civilisations, 1987.) (Photocopy).
Greenfield, Jonas C. "Studies in Aramaic Lexicography I," Journal of the American Oriental Society 82, no. 3 (1962): 290-299.
Greenfield, Jonas C. "To Praise the Might of Hadad," La Vie de la Parole: De l'Ancien au Nouveau Testament: Etudes d'exegese et d'hermeneutique bibliques offertes a Pierre Grelot professeur a l'institut Catholique de Paris, Desclee (1987): 5-12.
Greenfield, Jonas C. and Aaron Shaffner. "Notes on the Curse Formulae of the Tell Fekherye Inscription," Revue Biblique 92 (1985): 47-59.
Greenfield, Jonas C. and M. Sokoloff. "Astrological and Related Omen Texts in Jewish Palestinian Aramaic," Journal of Near Eastern Studies 48, no. 3 (1989): 201-214.
Greenfield, J. C. & Stone, M.E. "Remarks on the Aramaic Testament of Levi from the Geniza," Revue Biblique 86 (1979): 214-230.
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Ha-Am, Achad. "The Supremacy of Reason," Maimonides Octocentennial Series, Maimonides Octocentennial Committee, no. 1 (1935): 3-52.
Haas, Mary R. "Methodological Problems of American Indian Philology." (Typescript, unpublished).
Halkin, A. S. "Alexander Marx," Proceedings of the American Academy for Jewish Research 23 (1954): xxxi-xliii.
Hallo, Rudolf. "Christian Hebraists," Modern Judaism 3, no. 1 (1983): 95-116.
Hallo, William W. "Akkadian Apocalypses," Israel Exploration Journal 16, no. 4 (1966): 231-242.
Hallo, William W. "Albright and the Gods of Mesopotamia," Biblical Archaeologist 56, no. 1 (1993): 18-24.
Hallo, William W. "Antediluvian Cities," Journal of Cuneiform Studies 23, no. 3 (1970): 57-67.
Hallo, William W. "Assyriology and the Canon," The American Scholar 59, no. 1 (1990): 105-108.
Hallo, William W. "'As the Seal Upon Thine Arm': Glyptic Metaphors in the Biblical World," edited by L. Gorelick and E. Williams-Forte, in Ancient Seals and the Bible, Undena Publications (1984): 7-17.
Hallo, William W. "Back to the Big House: Colloquial Sumerian, Continued," Orientalia 54, nos. 1-2 (1985): 56-64.
Hallo, William W. "Biblical Abominations and Sumerian Taboos," The Jewish Quarterly Review 76, no. 1 (1985): 21-40. (Photocopy).
Hallo, William W. "Biblical History in Its Near Eastern Setting: The Contextual Approach," edited by Carl D. Evans et al., in Scripture in Context: Essays on the Comparative Method, Pittsburgh Theological Monograph Series 34 (Pittsburgh: Pickwick, 1980): 1-26.
Hallo, William W. "Compare and Contrast: The Contextual Approach to Biblical Literature," The Bible in the Light of Cuneiform Literature: Scripture in Context III. Ancient Near Eastern Texts and Studies 8 (Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, 1980): iii-v, vii-xii, 1-30.
Hallo, William W. "The Concept of Canonicity in Cuneiform and Biblical Literature: A Comparative Appraisal," edited by K. Lawson Younger, Jr., William W. Hallo and Bernard F. Batto, in The Biblical Canon in Comparative Perspective (Lewiston, NY: Mellon, 1991): 1-19. (Photocopy).
Hallo, William W. "The Concept of Eras from Nabonassar to Seleucus," The Journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society 16-17 (1984-1985): 143-151. (Photocopy).
Hallo, William W. "The Context of Scripture: Ancient Near Eastern Texts and Their Relevance for Biblical Exegesis," edited by David Assaf, in Proceedings of the Eleventh World Congress of Jewish Studies, Division A: The Bible and Its World Jerusalem, (Jerusalem: World Union of Jewish Studies, 1994): 9-15.
Hallo, William W. "The Coronation of Ur-Nammu," Journal of Cuneiform Studies 20, nos. 3 & 4 (1966): 133-141.
Hallo, William W. "The Cultic Setting of Sumerian Poetry," Actes de la XVII Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale, Brussels (1969): 116-134. (2 copies).
Hallo, William W. "Cult Statue and Divine Image: A Preliminary Study," edited by William W. Hallo, James C. Moyer and Leo G. Perdue, in Scripture in Context II: More Essays on the Comparative Method (1983): 1-14.
Hallo, William W. "Cult Statue and Divine Image: A Preliminary Study," edited by William W. Hallo, James C. Moyer and Leo G. Perdue, in Scripture in Context II: More Essays on the Comparative Method (1983): 1-17.
Hallo, William W. "Dating the Mesopotamian Past: The Concept of Eras from Sargon to Nabonassar," Bulletin of the Society for Mesopotamian Studies 6 (1982): 7-18. Lecture Delivered at the Society for Mesopotamian Studies, Toronto, November 24, 1982. (Photocopy).
Hallo, William W. "The Death of Kings: Traditional Historiography in Contextual Perspective," edited by M. Cogan and I. Eph'al, in Ah, Assyria...Studies in Assyrian History and Ancient Near Eastern Historiography Presented to Hayim Tadmor (1991): 148-165.
Hallo, William W. "Disturbing the Dead," edited by Marc Brettler & Michael Fishbane, in Minhah le-Nahum: Biblical and Other Studies Presented to Nahum M. Sarna in Honour of his 70th Birthday (Sheffield: Sheffield Press, 1993): 183-192. (Photocopy).
Hallo, William W. "Ebrium at Ebla," Eblaitica: Essays on the Ebla Archives and Eblaite Language 3 (1992): 139-150 (Photocopy).
Hallo, William W. "Enheduanna," Harvard Magazine (May-June 1994): 48-49.
Hallo, William. "The Expansion of Cuneiform Literature," Proceedings of the American Academy for Jewish Research Jubilee Volume 46-47 (1979-1980): 307-322.
Hallo, William W. "The First Purim," Biblical Archaeologist (1983): 19-29.
Hallo, William W. "For Love Is Strong As Death," The Journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society 22 (1993): 45-50. (Photocopy).
Hallo, William W. "Games in the Biblical World," Eretz-Israel: Archaeological, Historical and Geographical Studies 24 (1993): 83-88.
Hallo, William W. "German and Jewish Culture: A Land of Two Rivers?" Shofar 7, no. 4 (1989): 1-10.
Hallo, William W. "A German Past, an American Future," edited by Abraham J. Peck, in The German-Jewish Legacy in America, 1938-1988: From Bildung to the Bill of Rights (Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1989): 157-159. (Photocopy).
Hallo, Wiliam W. "God, King, and Man at Yale," edited by Edward Lipinski, in State and Temple Economy in the Ancient Near East 1 (Leuven: Department Orientalistiek, 1979): 99-111.
Hallo, William W. "The House of Ur-Meme," Journal of Near Eastern Studies 31, no. 2 (1972): 87-95.
Hallo, William W. "Individual Prayer in Sumerian: The Continuity of a Tradition," Journal of the American Oriental Society 88, no. 1 (1968): 71-89.
Hallo, William W. "Information From Before the Flood: Antediluvian Notes From Babylonia and Israel," Maarav 7 (1991): 173-181.
Hallo, William W. "Isaiah 28 9-13 and the Ugaritic Abecedaries," Journal of Biblical Literature 77, Part 4 (1958): 324-338.
Hallo. William W. "The Lame and the Halt," Eretz-Isarel 9 (1969): 66-70.
Hallo, William W. "Letters, Prayers and Letter-Prayers," Studies in the Bible and the Ancient Near East (Jerusalem, 1981): 17-27.
Hallo. William W. "Nebukadnezar Comes to Jerusalem," edited by Jonathan V. Plaut, in Through The Sound of Many Voices: Writings Contributed on the Occasion of the 70th Birthday of W. Gunther Plaut (Toronto, 1982): 40-57.
Hallo, William W. "New Moons and Sabbaths: A Case-study in the Contrastive Approach," Hebrew Union College Annual 48 (1977): 1-18.
Hallo, William W. "New Viewpoints on Cuneiform Literature," Israel Exploration Journal 12, no. 1 (1962): 13-26.
Hallo, William W. "Notes on Translation," Eretz-Israel: Archaeological, Historical and Geographical Studies, Vol 16: H.M. Orlinsky Volume (1982): 99-105.
Hallo, William W. "Obiter Dicta Ad SET," edited by M. A. Powell & R. H. Sack, in Alter Orient Und Altes Testament, Studies in Honor of Tom B. Jones 203 (1979): 1-14.
Hallo, William W. "On the Antiquity of Sumerian Literature," Journal of the American Oriental Society 83, no. 2 (1963): 167-176.
Hallo, William W. "The Origins of the Sacrificial Cult: New Evidence from Mesopotamia and Israel," edited by P.D. Miller, Jr., in Ancient Israelite Religion (Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1987): 3-13. (Photocopy).
Hallo, William W. "The Pennsylvania Sumerian Dictionary (PSD): A Review Article," Journal of Cuneiform Studies 37, no. 1 (1985): 114-26.
Hallo, William W. "Problems in Sumerian Hermeneutics," edited by Byron L. Sherwin, in Perspectives in Jewish Learning 5 (Chicago: Spertus College of Judaica Press, 1973): 1-12.
Hallo. William W. "Royal Ancestor Worship in the Biblical World," Sha'arei Talmon: Studies in the Bible, Qumran, and the Ancient Near East Presented to Shemaryahu Talmon, (Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 1992): 381-401. (Photocopy).
Hallo, William W. "The Royal Corespondence of Larsa: II. The Appeal to Utu," edited by G. Van Driel, et al., in Zikir Sumim: Assyriological Studies Presented to F. R. Kraus on the Occasion of his Seventieth Birthday (Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1982): 95-109.
Hallo, William W. "Royal Hymns and Mesopotamian Unity," Journal of Cuneiform Studies 17, no. 4 (1963): 112-118.
Hallo, William W. "The Royal Inscriptions of Ur: A Typology," Hebrew Union College Annual 33 (1962): 1-43.
Hallo, William W. "Sumerian Historiography," edited by H. Tadmor and M. Weinfeld, in History, Historiography and Interpretation: Studies in Biblical and Cuneiform Literatures (Jerusalem: Magnes, 1983): 9-20.
Hallo, William W. "Sumerian Religion," in kinattutu sa darati: Raphael Kutscher Memorial Volume, Journal of the Institute of Archaeology of Tel Aviv University, Occasional Publications 1 (Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv University Press, 1993): 15-35.
Hallo, William W. "The Syrian Contribution to Cuneiform Literature and Learning," in Bibliotheca Mesopotamica 25, New Horizons in the Study of Ancient Syria (Malibu: Undena, 1992): 69–88.
Hallo, William W. "Texts, Statues and the Cult of the Divine King," Vetus Testamentum, Supplement 40 (1988): 54-66. .
Hallo, William W. "Trade and Traders in the Ancient Near East: Some News Perspectives," in La circulation des biens, des personnes et des idées dans le Proche-Orient ancien 38, (Paris, 1992): 351-356. (Photocopy).
Hallo, William W. "Two Centenaries," The Leo Baeck Institute Year Book 36, no. 1 (1991): 491–500. (Photocopy).
Hallo, William W. (Foreword) in "Before Writing: From Counting to Cuneiform," Volume 1, by Denise Schmandt-Besserat (Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press, 1992): ix-xi. (Photocopy).
Hallo, William W. "From Bronze Age to Iron Age in Western Asia: Defining the Problem," edited by William A. Ward and Martha Sharp Joukowsky, in in The Crisis Years: The 12th Century B.C. (Dubuque: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co., 1992): 1-9.
Hallo, William W. Review of "Cuneiform Texts in the British Museum, Part XLIV. Miscellaneous Texts," by Th. G. Pinches, Journal of Cuneiform Studies 19, no. 2 (1965): 57-58.
Hallo, William W. Review of "Literary and Religious Texts, First Part (Joint Expedition of the British Museum and of the University Museum, University of Pennsylvania)," by C. J. Gadd and S. N. Kramer, Journal of Cuneiform Studies 20, no. 2 (1966): 89-93.
Articles by William W. Hallo in "The Torah: A Modern Commentary" (New York: Union of American Hebrew Congregations, 1981). 2 photocopies. .

"Genesis and Ancient Near Eastern Literature," pp. 7-13. "Exodus and Ancient Near Eastern Literature," pp. 367-377. "Leviticus and Ancient Near Eastern Literature," pp. 740-748. "Numbers and Ancient Near Eastern Literature," 1014-1023. "Deuteronomy and Ancient Near Eastern Literature," pp. 1297-1307.

Halperin, David. "'The Book of Remedies,' The Canonization of the Solomonic Writing, and the Riddle of Pseudo-Eusebius (Photocopy proof of article to be published in "The Jewish Quarterly Review Volume 72, no. 4 (1982)).
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Halperin, David J. "The Ibn Sayyad Traditions and the Legend of Al-Dajjal," Journal of the American Oriental Society 96, no. 2 (1976): 213-225.
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Halperin, David. Review of "The Melchizedek Tradition: A Critical Examination of the Sources To The Fifth Century A.D. and In the Epistle To the Hebrews" by Fred L. Horton, Jr., pp. 26-27.
Halperin, David J and Gordon D. Newby. "Two Castrated Bulls: A Study in the Haggadah of Kacb al-Ahbar." Typescript to be published in The Journal of the American Oriental Society 102, no. 4 (1982).
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Hellerstein, Kathryn. Translations of "With God's Help, Blessed Be He: Royzl Fishl's', 1586," "With the Taytsh-Khumesh: Miriam Ulinover, 1922", "Songs of Women I: Kadya Molodowsky, 1927", "I Am Woman: Malka Heifetz Tussman, 1949.".
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Kleberg, Tonnes. "Codex Argenteus: The Silver Bible at Uppsala," Uppsala University Library (1962).
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Kliers, Maurice, et al. "Maxwell Abbell: Man of Vision and Deeds," Jewish Theological Society of America Dinner, Chicago, 1954.
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Korn, Bertram W. "Jews and America: A Bicentennial Perspective," The Central Conference of American Rabbis Yearbook 86 (1976).
Kozodoy, Neal. "Reading Medieval Hebrew Love Poetry," AJS Review 2 (1977): 111-129.
Kraemer, Joel H. "Alfarabi's Opinions of the Virtuous City and Maimonides' Foundations of the Law," Studia Orientalia Memoriae D. H. Baneth Dedicata, Jerusalem (1979): 107-153.
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Krauss, Samuel. "The Mishnah Treatise Sanhedrin," edited by Richard J. H. Gottheil and Morris Jastrow, Jr., in Semitic Study Series (Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1909).
Kutscher, Edward Yeheskeel. "The Role of Modern Hebrew in the Development of Jewish-Israeli National Consciousness." Address given at the General Meeting in the Foreign Language Program, Washington, D.C. December 29, 1956.
Kutscher, Ezekiel G. "Modern Hebrew and 'Israeli Hebrew,'" Conservative Judaism 10 (1956): 28-45.
Kuttner, Stephan. "A Forgotten Definition of Justice," Studia Gratiana 20 (1976): 75-109.
Kuttner, Stephan. "Gratian and Plato," edited by C.N.L. Brooke, D.E. Luscomb, G.H. Martin and D.M. Owen, in Church and Government in the Middle Ages,Cambridge University Press, (1976): 93-118. (Photocopy).
Kuttner, Stephan. "Urban II and the Doctrine of Interpretation: A Turning Point?" Studia Gratiana 15 (1972): 53-86.
Lachterman, David R. Typescript of a lecture given at Swarthmore College on December 4, 1978 on Hermann Cohen.
Lasson, Robert. Review of "The Drowned and The Saved." (Photocopy--not complete).
Lazaroff, Allan. "Bahya's Asceticism against its Rabbinic and Islamic Background," The Journal of Jewish Studies, pp. 11-38.
Lehman, O. "The Hebrew Treasures of the Chicago Theological Seminary," The Chicago Theological Seminary Register 57, no. 5, March 1967.
Leichty, Eric. "Two Late Commentaries," Archiv Für Orientforschung 24 (1973): 78-86. .
Leiman, Shnayer Z. "Abarbanel and the Censor," Journal of Jewish Studies 19 (1968): 49-61. (Hebrew and English.).
Leiman, Shnayer Z. "The Baal Teshuvah and the Emden-Eibeschuetz Controversy," Judaic Studies 1 (1985): 3-26.
Leiman, Shnayer Z. "From the Pages of Tradition: Montague Lawrence Marks: In a Jewish Bookstore," Tradition: A Journal of Orthodox Thought 25, no. 1 (1989): 59--69.
Leiman, Shnayer Z. "From the Pages of Tradition: R. David Friedman of Karlin: The Ban on Secular Study in Jerusalem," Tradition 26, no. 4 (1992): 102-105.
Leiman, Shnayer Z. "From The Pages of Tradition: R. Israel Lipschutz: The Portrait of Moses," Tradition 24, no. 4 (1989): 91-98.
Leiman, Shnayer Z. "From the Pages of Tradition: R. Jacob Horowitz On the Study of Scripture," Tradition 27, no. 1 (1992): 68-70.
Leiman, Shnayer Z. "From the Pages of Tradition: R. Moses Schick: The Hatam Sofer's Attitude Toward Mendelssohn's Biur," Tradition 24, no. 3 (1989): 83-86.
Leiman, Shnayer Z. "From the Pages of Tradition: Yeshivat or Ha-Hayyim: The First Talmudical Academy in America?" Tradition 25, no. 2 (1990): 77-89.
Leiman, Shnayer Z. Reviewed Work: Man and God: Studies in Biblical Theology by Eliezer Berkovits, in Tradition: A Journal of Orthodox Jewish Thought 11, no. 4 (1971): 121-27. .
Leiman, Sid Z. "The Adventure of the Maharal of Prague in London: A Contribution Toward An Intellectual Portrait of R. Yudi Rosenberg." (Typescript for an article published in Tradition 1, no. 1 (2002): 25-58.).
Leiman, Sid Z. "The Inverted Nuns at Numbers 10:35-36 and the Book of Eldad and Medad," Journal of Biblical Literature 93, no. 3 (1974): 348-55. (Also, typescript of article and footnotes.).
Leiman, Sid. "Jewish Religious Year," Encylopaedia Britannica 15th edition, (1974): 217-222.
Leiman, Sid Z. "Josephus and the Canon of the Bible." (Typescript).
Leiman, Sid Z. "Mrs. Jonathan Eibeschuetz's Epitaph: A Grave Matter Indeed," edited by Leo Landman, in Scholars and Scholarship: The Interaction Between Judaism and Other Cultures. The Bernard Revel Graduate School Conference Volume, New York (1990): 133-143. (Photocopy).
Leiman, Sid Z. "Mrs. Jonathan Eibescuetz' Epitaph: A Grave Matter Indeed." (Typescript).
Leiman, Sid Z. "R. Ezekiel Landau's Attitude Toward R. Jonathan Eibeschuetz." (Typescript).
Leiman, Sid Z. "R. Israel Lipschutz and the Portrait of Moses Controversy," edited by Isadore Twersky Danzig, Between East and West: Aspects of Modern Jewish History (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Center for Jewish Studies and the Harvard Semitic Museum, 1985): 51-63.
Leiman, Sid Z. "The Scroll of Fasts: The Ninth of Tebeth," The Jewish Quarterly Review 74, no. 2 (1983): 174-195. (2 copies).
Leiman, Sid. "Tishah Be-Av at the University of Leipzig." (Leiman wrote the introduction and translation) pp. 12-14. The published piece is attached to correspondence from Leiman to Goldin.
Leiman, Sid Z. "When a Rabbi is Accused of Heresy: R. Ezekiel Landau's Attitude Toward R. Jonathan Eibeschuetz in the Emden-Eibeschuetz Controversy." (Typescript and typescript of Notes) Note: Typescript was later published in Nahum Sarna's "From Ancient Israel to Modern Judaism: Essays in Honor of Marvin Fox" (1989). .
Leiter, Samuel. "The Ironic Imagination: A Reading of S. Y. Agnon's 'Soil of the Land of Israel,'" Conservative Judaism 21, no. 2 (1967): 1-26.
Levine, Baruch A. "Later Sources on the Netinim," edited by H. Hoffer, Jr., in Orient and Occident, Essays in Honor of Cyrus H. Gordon on the Occasion of His Sixty-Fifth Birthday (Neukirchen, 1973): 101-107.
Levine, Baruch A. and Hallo, William W. "Offerings to the Temple Gates at Ur," Hebrew Union College Annual 38 (1967): 17-58.
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Lewis, Naphtali, Ranon Katzoff, and Jonas C. Greenfield. "Papyrus Yadin 18," Israel Exploration Journal 37, no. 4 (1987): 229-50.
Lieberman, Judith Berlin. "Thirteen Americans: Their Spiritual Biographies," edited by Louis Finkelstein (New York: Institute for Religious and Social Studies): 159-176.
Lieberman, Stephen J. "The Afro-Asiatic Background of the Semitic N-Stem: Towards the Origins of the Stem-Afformatives of the Semitic and Afro-Asiatic Verb," Bibliotheca Orientalis 43, nos. 5-6 (1986): 577-628.
Lieberman, Stephen J. "'Death for Default' or Anticipatory Execution?" Journal of Cuneiform Studies 30, no. 2 (1978): 91-98.
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Lieberman, Stephen J. "The Phoneme /O/ in Sumerian," edited by Marvin A. Powell, Jr. and Ronald H. Sack, in Alter Orient Und Altes Testament 203, Studies in Honor of Tom B. Jones (Neukirchen, 1979): 21-28.
Lieberman, Stephen J. "Word Order in the Afro-Asiatic Languages," Ninth World Congress of Jewish Studies, Division D, Vol. 1 (Jerusalem: World Union of Jewish Studies, 1986).
Lieberman, Stephen J. "The Years of Damiqilishu, King of Isin," Revue d'Assyriologie et D'Archeologie Orientale 76, no. 2 (1982): 97-117.
5 Lieberman articles in manila envelope.

"Canonical and Official Cuneifom Texts: Towards an Understanding of Assurbanipal's Personal Tablet Collection," Lingering Over Words: Studies in Ancient Near Eastern Literature in Honor of William L. Moran, Harvard Semitic Studies No. 37 (1990): 305-336.

"The Regularity of Sound Change: A Semitistic Perspective,"Trends in Linguistics: Studies and Monographs 45 (1990): 697-721.

"Royal Reforms of the Amurrite Dynasty," Bibliotheca Orientalis 46, Nos. 3/4 (1989): 241-259.

"Summary Report: Linguistic Change and Reconstruction in the Afro-Asiatic languages," Trends in Linguistics: Studies and Monographs 45 (1990): 565-575.

Review of "Rechtsbucher, Rechts-und Wirtschaftsurkunden: Historisch-chronologische Texte," Biblotheca Orientalis 46, Nos. 3/4, Ma-July 1989, pp. 352-357.

Lieberman, Stephen J. Review of "Assyrisch-babylonische Zeichenliste. Erganzungsheft zur 1. Auflage (AOAT 33)," by Rykle Borger, Bibliotheca Orientalis 39, nos. 3/4 (1982): 333-334.
Lieberman, Stephen J. Review of "The Rebel Lands. An Investigation into the Origins of Early Mesopotamian Mythology," by J. V. Kinnier Wilson, Archaeology 33, no. 4 (1980): 66-68. (Photocopy).
Lieberman, Stephen J. Review of "Giving Directions on the Black Obelisk of Shalmaneser III," by E. Porada, in "NOTES BRÈVES," Revue D'Assyriologie Et D'Archéologie Orientale 79, no. 1 (1985): 88.
Lieberman, Stephen J. Review of "Old Babylonian Letters," by C.B.F. Walker, Bibliotheca Orientalis 35, nos. 3/4 (1978): 204-206.
Liebermann, Yehoshua. "The Coase Theorem in Jewish Law," The Journal of Legal Studies 10, no. 2 (1981): 293-303.
Loewe, R. "The Jewish Midrashim and Patristic and Scholastic Exegesis of the Bible," Studia Patristica I (1957): 492-514.
Loewe, Raphael. "Latin Superscriptio MSS on Portions of the Hebrew Bible other than the Psalter," Journal of Jewish Studies 9, nos. 1/2 (1958): 63-71.

Machinist, Peter. "Literature as Politics: The Tukulti-Ninurta Epic and the Bible," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 38, no. 4 (1976): 455-482. (with a note from Machinist to Goldin).
Makdisi, George. "Law and Traditionalism in the Institutions of Learning of Medieval Islam," edited by G.E. von Grunebaum (Wiesbaden, 1971): 75-88.
Madisi, George. "Madrasa and University in the Middle Ages," Studia Islamica 32 (1970): 255-264.
Makdisi, George. "The Madrasa as a Charitable Trust and the University as a Corporation in the Middle Ages," Actes, 5th Congres International d'Arabisants et d'Islamisants, Correspondance d'Orient, No. 11 (Brussels: Centre Pour l'Etude des Problemes du Monde Musulman Contemporain, 1971): 329-337.
Makdisi, George. "The Scholastic Method in Medieval Education: An Inquiry into its Origins in Law and Theology," Speculum 49, no. 4 (1974): 640-61.
Malamat, Abraham. "Prophetic Revelations in New Documents From Mari and the Bible," Vetus Testamentum Supplement 15 (1965): 207-227.
Marcus, Ivan G. "The Devotional Ideals of Ashkenazic Pietism," Jewish Spirituality, edited by Arthur Green (New York: Crossroad, 1986): 356-366.
Marcus, Ivan G. "From Politics to Martyrdom: Shifting Paradigms in the Hebrew Narratives of the 1096 Crusade Riots," Prooftexts 2, no. 1 (1982): 40-52.
Marcus, Ivan G. "Hasidei 'Ashkenaz Private Penitentials: An Introduction and Descriptive Catalogue of Their Manuscripts and Early Editions," in Studies in Jewish Mysticism (Cambridge, MA: Association for Jewish Studies, 1982): 57-83.
Marcus, Ivan G. "History, Story and Collective Memory: Narrativity in Early Ashkenazic Culture," Prooftexts 10 (1990): 365-388.
Marcus, Ivan G. "The Jewish Middle Ages," in The Schocken Guide to Jewish Books, edited by Barry W. Holtz (New York: Schocken Books, 1992): 70-91.
Marcus, Ivan G. "The Jewish Minority Experience in Medieval Spain," Response 12, no. 4 (1981): 59-71. .
Marcus, Ivan G. "Medieval Jewish Studies: Toward An Anthropological History of the Jews," edited by Shaye J.D. Cohen and Ed Greenstein, Jewish Studies: The State of the Field (Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1990): 113-127. (Photocopy).
Marcus, Ivan G. "Mothers, Martyrs, and Moneymakers: Some Jewish Women in Medieval Europe," Conservative Judaism 38, no. 3 (1986): 34-45.
Marcus, Ivan G. "The Organization of the Haqdamah and Hilekhoth Hasiduth in Eleazar of Worms' Sefer Ha-Roqeah," American Academy for Jewish Research 36 (1968): 85-94.
Marcus, Ivan. "Rashi's Historiosophy: The Introductions to RaSHI's[sic] Commentaries and 11th-Century Conceptions of World History." (Typescript for the AJS Annual Meeting, December 1984).
Marcus, Ivan G. Review of "The Jews of Byzantium, 1204-1453," by Steven B. Bowman, American Historical Review 91, no. 4 (1986): 904-905. (Photocopy).
Marcus, Ivan G. Reviewed works of Moshe Idel: "Kabbalah: New Perspectives", "The Mystical Experience in Abraham Abulafia", "Studies in Ecstatic Kabbalah" and "Language, Torah, and Hermeneutics in Abraham Abulafia," Speculum 67, no. 1 (1992): 159-162.
Marcus, Ralph. "American Jewish Scholarship Today," The Chicago Jewish Forum 6, no. 4 (1948): 264-268.
Marcus, Ralph. "A Note on Bariona," Journal of Biblical Literature 61, Pt. 4 (1942): 281.
Marcus, Ralph. "A Note on Origen in Ev. Joannis XIX.5." The Harvard Theological Review 47, no. 4, (1954): 317-318.
Marcus, Ralph. "The Future of Intertestamental Studies," Willoughby: The Story of the Bible Today and Tomorrow (University of Chicago Press, 1947): 190-208.
Marcus, Ralph. "Job and God," The Review of Religion, Columbia University Press (1949): 5-29.
Marcus, Ralph. "The Hebrew Sibilant Sin and the Name Yisra'el," Journal of Biblical Literature 60, Pt. 2 (1941): 141-150.
Marcus, Ralph. "The Name Makkabaios," The Joshua Starr Memorial Volume: Studies in History and Philology, Jewish Social Studies, (New York: Conference on Jewish Relations, 1953): 59-65.
Marcus, Ralph. "The Name 'Poimandres,'" Journal of Near Eastern Studies 8, no. 1 (1949): 40-43.
Marcus, Ralph. "On Biblical Hypostases of Wisdom," The Hebrew Union College Annual 23, Pt. 1 (1950-1951): 157-171.
Marcus, Ralph. "On the Textual Criticism of the Hebrew Bible," Journal of Biblical Literature 68, Pt. 1 (1949): 29-34.
Marcus, Ralph. "The Plain Meaning of Isaiah 42.1-4.1," Harvard Theological Review 30, no. 4 (1937): 249-259.
Marcus, Ralph. "Religious Liberty and Religious Liberalism," Crozer Quarterly 27, no. 4 (1950): 328-330.
Marcus, Ralph. Review of "The Book of Acts in History" by Henry J. Cadbury, Jewish Social Studies 18, no. 3 (1956): 222-223.
Margolis, Max L. "Oriental Research in Palestine," Jewish Institute of Religion Bulletin. Lecture delivered at the Opening Exercises of the Jewish Institute of Religion, Monday October 5, 1925.
Martini, Carlo M. "Notes on the Papyri of Qumran Cave 7," Society of Biblical Literature, Supplement to Journal of Biblical Literature 91, no. 2 (1972): 15-20. Filed with "New Testament Papyri in Qumran Cave ?" by Jose O'Callaghan.
Marx, Alexander. "Moses Maimonides," Maimonides Octocentennial Series, Maimonides Octocentennial Committee, no. 2, (1935): 3-27.
Meeks, Wayne. "'And Rose Up to Play': Midrash and Paraensis in 1 Corinthians 10:1-22," Journal for the Study of the New Testament 16 (1982): 64-78.
Meeks, Wayne A. "The Man From Heaven in Johannine Sectarianism," Society of Biblical Literature 91, no. 1 (University of Montana, 1972): 44-72. .
Meir, Golda. "Israel in Search of Lasting Peace," Foreign Affairs 51, no. 3 (1973): 447-461.
Mendelsohn, Isaac. "On Marriage in Alalakh," Essays on Jewish Life and Thought (New York: Columbia University Press, 1959): 351-357.
Mendelsohn, Isaac. "On Slavery in Alalakh," Israel Exploration Journal 5, no. 2 (1955): 65-72. .
Mendelsohn, I. "Samuel's Denunciation of Kingship in the Light of the Akkadian Documents from Ugarit," Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 143 (1956): 17-22.
Merkelbach, Reinhold. "Greek Vocabulary and the Christians." (Typescript later published in Language and Texts: The Nature of Linguistic Evidence, edited by Herbert H. Paper. (Ann Arbor, MI: Center for Coordination of Ancient and Modern Studies, University of Michigan, 1975)).
Merlan, Philip. "Zur Zahlenlehre im Platonismus (Neuplatonismus) und im Sefer Yezira," Journal of the History of Philosophy 3, no. 2 (1965): 167-181. (in German).
Meyerhoff, Hans. "History and Philosophy: An Introduction" in The Philosophy of History in Our Time: An Anthology, pp.1-25.
Meyers, Carol L. and E. M. Meyers. "Another Jewish Bread Stamp?" Israel Exploration Journal 25, nos. 2/3 (1975): 154-155.
Meyers, Eric M. "Galilean Regionalism as a Factor in Historical Reconstruction," Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 221 (1976): 93-101.
Mihaly, Eugene. "Religious Experience in Judaism," Lecture delivered at the International Conference, World Union for Progressive Judaism, Amsterdam, 1957.
Milgrom, Jacob. "The Alleged 'Demythologization and Secularization' in Deuteronomy," Israel Exploration Journal 23 (1973): 156-161.
Milgrom, Jacob. "The Cultic S'gagah and Its Influence in Psalms and Job," The Jewish Quarterly Review 58, no. 2 (1967): 115-125.
Milgrom, Jacob. "The Date of Jeremiah, Chapter 2," Journal of Near Eastern Studies 14, no. 2, (April 1955): 65-69.
Milgrom, Jacob. "Did Isaiah Prophesy During the Reign of Uzziah?" Vetus Testamentum 14, no. 2 (1964): 164-182.
Mindel, Joseph. "From a Teacher's Notebook," Harvard Educational Review 34, no. 3, (1964): 421-427.
Minear, Richard H. "Ogyu Sorai's Instructions for Students: A Translation and Commentary," Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 36 (1976): 5-81.
Mirsky, Aharon. "The Ten Commandments in the Liturgical Poetry of Eleazar Kallir," The Ten Commandments In History and Tradition, edited by Ben-Zion Segal (Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 1990): 343-354.
Mirsky, Yehudah. Review of "The Historian and the Mystic: The Correspondence of Walter Benjamin and Gershom Scholem: 1932-1940, edited by Gershom Scholem with an introduction by Anson Rabinbach. Midtsream (June/July 1990): 39-42. .
Modlinger, Joshua. "Simon Bernstein: Scholar, Author, Editor," Jewish Scholarship in America (New York, Shoulson Press, 1949): 3-33.
Momigliano, Arnaldo. "Empieta ed Eresia Nel Mondo Antico," Rivista Storica Italiana 83, no. 4 (1972): 771-791. (in Italian).
Momigliano, Aranldo. Review of "From Berlin to Jerusalem: Memories of My Youth," by Gershon Scholem, The New York Review of Books, December 18, 1980, pp. 37-39.
Montgomery, James A. "Oriental Studies in the University," The General Magazine and Historical Chronicle, University of Pennsylvania 36 (1933-1934): 205-216.
Moore, George Foot. "Simeon the Righteous," Reprinted from the Israel Abrahams Memorial Volume, Vienna (1927): 348-364.
Moreen, Vera B. "The Legend of Adam in the Judeo-Persian Epic Bereshit [Namah](14th Century)," Proceedings of the American Academy for Jewish Research 57 (1991):155-178. (Clipped together with three other articles by Moreen and a postcard from Moreen.).
Moreen, Vera Basch. "Moses, God's Shepherd: An Episode from a Judeo-Persian Epic," Prooftexts 11 (1991): 107-130. (Clipped together with three other articles by Moreen and a postcard from Moreen.).
Moreen, Vera B. "The Problems of Conversion among Iranian Jews in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries," Iranian Studies 19, nos. 3-4 (1986): 215-228. (Clipped together with three other articles by Moreen and a postcard from Moreen.).
Moreen, Vera Basch. "Salman-i Farisi and the Jews: An Anti-Jewish Shi'i Hadith from the Seventeenth Century?" Irano-Judaica II (1990): 144-157. (Clipped together with three other articles by Moreen and a postcard from Moreen.).
Morris, Jan. "Lively Birthplace of a Fateful Word," The New York Times, Sunday, December 13, 1981, p. 9.
Mosse, George L. "The Assimilation of Machiavelli in English Thought: The Casuistry of William Perkins and William Ames," Huntington Library Quarterly 17, no. 4 (1954): 315-326.
Mosse, George L. "The Importance of Jacques Saurin in the History of Casuistry and the Enlightenment," Church History 25, no. 3 (1956): 1-15.
Mosse, George L. "The Influence of Jean Bodin's Republique on English Political Thought," Medievalia et Humanistica 5 (1948): 73-83.
Mosse, G. L. "The Mystical Origins of National Socialism," Journal of the History of Ideas 22, no. 1 (1961): 81-96.
Mosse, George L. "Puritanism and Reason of State in Old and New England," William and Mary Quarterly 9, no. 1 (1952): 67-80. (Entire journal with inscription from George Mosse).
Mosse, George L. "Puritan Political Thought and the 'Cases of Conscience,'" Church History 23, no. 2 (1954): 3-12.
Mosse, George L. "Puritan Radicalism and the Enlightenment," Church History 29, no. 4 (1960): 1-16.
Mosse, George L. "Sir John Fortescue and the Problem of Papal Power," Medievalia et Humanistica 7 (1952): 89-94.
Mosse, George L. Review of "Citizen Thomas More and His Utopia" by Russell Ames, Speculum 24, no. 3 (1949): 415-416.
Mourelatos, Alexander P. D. "The Greek Debate on Education." A lecture delivered at the fourth session of a four-part Yale Alumni Seminar on "The Classical World Revisited," June 19, 1964. (Mimeograph).
Mourelatos. Alexander P. D. "Heraclitus, Fr. 114," American Journal of Philology 86, no. 3 (1965): 258-266. (Accompanied by a mimeograph of an article on Heraclitus Fr. 114 also by Mourelatos).
Mourelatos, Alexander P.D. "The Real, Appearances and Human Error in Early Greek Philosophy," The Review of Metaphysics 19, no. 2 (1965): 346-365.
Munro, Thomas. "Recent Developments in Aesthetics in America," American Council of Learned Societies ACLS Newsletter 15, no. 2 (1964): 1-17.
Narkiss, M. "The 'Yahuda Haggada': An Ashkenazic 15th Century Illuminated Haggadah at the Bezalel National Museum, Jerusalem," The Jerusalem Post, Pessah Supplement 6, No. 4 (1955). (In Hebrew and English).
Nash, Stanley. "The Psychology of Dynamic Self-Negation in a Modern Hebrew Writer, Shay Hurwitz (1861-1922)," Proceedings of the American Academy for Jewish Research 44 (1977): 81-92.
Nash, Stanley. "Reflections on Israeli Literature Based on Recurrences of the 'Aqedah Theme," Edebiyat: A Journal of Middle Eastern Literatures 2, no. 1 (1977): 29-40.
Nash, Stanley. "The Voice of an Uprooted Generation: A Review Essay," Conservative Judaism 28, no. 4 (1974): 85-89.
Nash, Stanley. Reviews of "Barukh Kurzweil and Modern Hebrew Literature" by James Diamond and "Hippus hasifrut hayisre'elit [In Search of Israeli Literature]" by Barukh Kurzweil, Prooftexts 5 (1985): 281-287.
Nash, Stanley. "Language, Culture, and The Beginnings of Jewish Resistance To the British," Yeshivah of Flatbush, Golden Jubilee Commemorative Volume: 1927-1977 (Brooklyn, N.Y. : Yeshivah of Flatbush, 1977): 139-158.
Nelson, Benjamin. "Scholastic Rationales of 'Conscience', Early Modern Crises of Credibility, and the Scientific-Technocultural Revolutions of the 17th and 20th Centuries," Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 7, no. 2 (1968): 157-177.
Nemoy, Leon. "The Attitude of the Early Karaites Towards Christianity," Proceedings of the American Academy for Jewish Research, Salo Wittmayer Barron Jubilee Volume (1975): 697-715.
Nemoy, Leon. "Elijah Ben Abraham and His Tract Against the Rabbanites," Hebrew Union College Annual 51 (1980): 63-87.
Nemoy, Leon. "The Epistle of Sahl Ben Masliah," Proceedings of the American Academy for Jewish Research 38-39 (1972): 145-177.
Nemoy, Leon. "Ibn Kammunah's Treatise on the Differences Between the Rabbanites and the Karaites," Proceedings of the American Academy for Jewish Research 36 (1968): 107-165.
Nemoy, Leon. "Ibn Kammūnah's Treatise on the Differences between the Rabbanites and the Karaites (Continued)," The Jewish Quarterly Review 63, no. 3 (1973): 222-46. .
Nemoy, Leon. "Ibn Kammūnah's Treatise on the Differences between the Rabbanites and the Karaites," The Jewish Quarterly Review 63, no. 2 (1972): 97-135.
Nemoy, Leon. "Isaac Ben Solomon On the Karaite Creed," The Jewish Quarterly Review 80, nos. 1-2 (1989): 49-85.
Nemoy, Leon. "Israel Al-Maghribi's Karaite Creed," Henoch 10, no. 3 (1988): 335-341.
Nemoy, Leon. "A Modern Egyptian Digest of the Karaite Divorce Law," Henoch 3 (1981): 350-368.
Nemoy, Leon. "A Modern Egyptian Manual of The Karaite Faith," The Jewish Quarterly Review, New Series 62 (1972): 1-11.
Nemoy, Leon. "A Modern Karaite-Arabic Poet: Mourad Farag," The Jewish Quarterly Review 70 (1980): 195-209.
Nemoy, Leon. "Mourad Farag and His Book: The Karaites and the Rabbanites," Revue des etudes juives 135, nos. 1-3 (1976): 87-112.
Nemoy, Leon. "New Data For The Biography of Sa'd Ibn Kammunah," Revue des Etudes Juives: Historia Judaica 123, nos. 3-4 (1964): 507-509.
Nemoy, Leon. "Nissi Ben Noah's Quasi-Commentary on the Decalogue," The Jewish Quarterly Review 73, no. 4 (1983): 307-48.
Nemoy, Leon. "The Pseudo-Qumisian Sermon to the Karaites," Proceedings of the American Academy for Jewish Research 43 (1976): 49-105. (Accompanied by correspondence.).
Nemoy, Leon. "A Scurrilous Anecdote Concerning Maimonides," The Jewish Quarterly Review 62, no. 3 (1972): 188-192.
Nemoy, Leon. "Studies in the History of the Early Karaite Liturgy: The Liturgy of Al-Qirqisani," Studies in Jewish Bibliography History and Literature (New York: Ktav, 1971): 305-332.
Nemoy, Leon. "Two Controversial Points in the Karaite Law of Incest," Hebrew Union College Annual 49 (1978): 247-265.
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Neusner, Jacob. "First Cleanse The Inside," New Testament Studies 22, no. 4 (1976): 486-495.
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Nock, Arthur Darby. "Deification and Julian," Journal of Roman Studies 47, nos. 1-2 (1957): 115-123.
Nock, A.D. "Eros The Child," Classical Review (1924). Reprint.
Nock, Arthur Darby. "Gnosticism," Harvard Theological Review 57, no. 4 (1964): 255-279.
Nock, A.D. "The Mother Goddess," Classical Review (1925). Reprint.
Nock, Arthur Darby. "Religious Attitudes of the Ancient Greeks," Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 85, no. 1 (1942): 472-482. .
Nock, Arthur Darby. "Sapor I and the Apollo of Bryaxis," American Journal of Archaeology 66, no. 3 (1962): 307-310.
Nock, Arthur Darby. Review of "Gnosis und spatantiker Geist. 2, 1: Von der Mythologie zur mystischen Philosophie" by Hans Jonas, Gnomen (1956), pp. 123-126. .
Nock, Arthur Darby. Review of "Urgemeinde-Judenschristentum-Gnosis" by Hans-Joachim Schoeps, Gnomen (1956): 621-623.
Nock, Arthur Darby. Review of "Paulus. Die Theologie des Apostels im Lichte der judischen Religionsgeschichte" by Hans-Joachim Schoeps, in Gnomon. Kritische Zeitschrift für die Gesamte Klassische Altertumswissenschaft 33 (1961): 581-590.
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Oates, John F. "A Christian Inscription in Greek From Armenna in Nubia (Pennsylvania-Yale Excavations)," The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 49 (1963): 161-171.
Oates, John F. "Concordances to the Milan Vogliano Papyri (Vols II & III)," The Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists 3, no. 2 (1966): 33-48.
Oates, John F. "Pindar's Second Pythian Ode," American Journal of Philology 84, no. 4 (1963): 377-389.
Oates, John F. "The Status Designation: Perses tes epigones, [Greek]" Yale Classical Studies 18 (1963): 5-129.
Oates, John F. Review of "The Justice of Zeus" by Hugh Lloyd-Jones, Sather Classical Lectures 41, University of California Press, 1971 in American Historical Review 77 (1972): 1420-1.
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Oates, John F. Review of "Aegyptische Urkunden aus den Staatlichen Museen, Berlin" by Herwig Maehler,The American Journal of Philology 92, no. 4 (1971): 725-28.
O'Callaghan, Jose. "New Testament Papyri in Qumran Cave 7?" Society of Biblical Literature, Supplement to Journal of Biblical Literature 91, no. 2 (1972): 1-14. Accompanied by "Notes on the Papyri of Qumran Cave 7" by Carlo M. Martini. .
O'Connor, David. "Political Systems and Archaeological data in Egypt: 2600-1780 B.C." World Archaeology 6, no. 1 (1974): 15-38.
Ohana, Moise. "Agneau Pascal et Circoncision: Le Probleme de la Halakha Premishnaique Dans Le Targum Palestinien," Vetus Testamentum 23, 4 (1973): 385-399.
Oppenheimer, Robert. "Tradition and Discovery," ACLS Newsletter 10, no. 8 (1959): 3-19.
Orent, Joel. "My Enlightening Heart." (Typescript).
Orlinsky, Harry M. "The New Jewish Version of the Torah: Toward a New Philosophy of Bible Translation," Journal of Biblical Literature 82, Pt. 3 (1963): 249-264.
Orlinksy, Harry M. "Introductory Essay: On Anthropomorphisms and Anthropopathisms in the Septuagint and Targum," in The Septuagint Translation of the Hebrew Terms in Relation to God in the Book of Jeremiah by Bernard M. Zlotowitz (New York: Ktav Publishing House, 1981): xv-xxiv.
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Ostwald, Martin. "The Athenian Legislation against Tyranny and Subversion" in Transactions of the American Philological Association 86 (1955): 103-128. (1 offprint and 1 photocopy).
Ostwald, Martin. "Was There a Concept 'agraphos nomos' [Greek] in Classical Greece?"Exegesis and Argument: Studies in Greek Philosophy Presented to Gregory Vlastos, (Assen: Van Gorcum & Co., 1973): 70-104.
Ostwald, Martin. "Was There a Concept "agraphos nomos" [Greek] in Classical Greece?" Exegesis and Argument Studies in Greek Philosophy Presented to Gregory Vlastos, edited by E. N. Lee, A. P. D. Mourelatos and R.M. Rorty, (1973): 70-104. Photocopy.
Ostwald, Martin. "Freedom and the Greeks." Typescript for a chapter later published in "The Origins of Modern Freedom in the West" by R.W. Davis (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 1995): 35-63. Marked "Not for Publication.".
M.P. Jerusalem Diarist. "Digging Down, Building Up," The New Republic 190, no. 8 (1984).
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Palmer, Robert E. A. "Roman Shrines of Female Chastity from the Caste Struggle to the Papacy of Innocent I," Rivista Storica Dell'Antichita 4, nos. 1-2 (1974): 113-159.
Paltiel, E. "Ethnicity and the State in The Kingdom of Ugarit," Abr-Nahrain 19 (1981): 43-61.
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Paper, Herbert H. "The History of the Yiddish Language," The Solomon Goldman Lectures: Perspectives in Jewish Learning 4, edited by Nathaniel Stampfer (Chicago: Spertus College of Judaica Press, 1985): 29-42.
Paper, Herbert H. "Judeo-Tajik: Textual Sources for Pre-1917 Tajik Vowel Phonology," Papers from the Second Conference on the Non-Slavic Languages of the USSR, Folia Slavica 5, nos. 1-3 (1982), University of Chicago, April 28-29, 1981. (Photocopy) .
Paper, Herbert. Review of "The Politics of Interpretation: Alterity and Ideology in Old Yiddish Studies" by Jerold C. Frakes, Zeitschrift fur Dialektologie und Linguistik 58 (1991): 81-83.
Parente, Rev. Paschal P. "The Canticle of Canticles in Mystical Theology," The Catholic Biblical Quarterly 6, no. 2 (1944): 142–158. (Photocopy).
Paul, S.M. "Adoption Formulae," Eretz-Israel, H. L. Ginsberg Volume 14 (Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society, 1978): 31-36.
Paul, Shalom. "Adoption Formulae: A Study of Cuneiform and Biblical Legal Clauses," Maarav 2, no. 2 (1979-1980): 173-185.
Paul, Shalom M. "Amos 1:3-2:3: A Concatenous Literary Pattern," Journal of Biblical Literature 90, Pt. 4 (1971): 397-403.
Paul, Shalom M. "Cuneiform Light on Jer 9,20.," Biblica 49, no. 3 (1968): 373-76.
Paul. Shalom M. "Deutero-Isaiah and Cuneiform Royal Inscriptions," Essays in Memory of E.A. Speiser, edited by William W. Hallo, 1968, pp. 180-186. .
Paul, Shalom. "Exod. 21:10 A Threefold Maintenance Clause," Journal of Near Eastern Studies 28, no. 1 (1969): 48-53.
Paul, Shalom M. "Fishing Imagery in Amos 4:2.," Journal of Biblical Literature 97, no. 2 (1978): 183-90.
Paul, Shalom M. "The Image of the Oven and the Cake in Hosea VII 4-10.," Vetus Testamentum 18, no. 1 (1968): 114-120.
Paul, Shalom. "Literary and Ideological Echoes of Jeremiah in Deutero-Isaiah," Proceedings of the Fifth World Congress of Jewish Studies (1969): 102-120. .
Paul, Shalom. "A Literary Reinvestigation of the Authenticity of the Oracles against the Nations of Amos," De la Torah au Messie: Melanges H. Cazelles (Paris: Desclee, 1981): 189-204.
Paul, Shalom M. "Sargon's Administrative Diction in II Kings 17: 27.," Journal of Biblical Literature 88, Pt. 1 (1969): 73-74.
Paul, S. M. Review of "The Heavenly Counsellor in Isaiah XL: 13-14, A Study of the Sources of Deutero-Isaiah" by R. N. Whybray, Israel Exploration Journal 22, nos. 2/3 (1972): 191. .
Paul, Shalom M. "Unrecognized Biblical Legal Idioms in the Light of Comparative Akkadian Expressions," Revue Biblique 86, no. 2 (April 1979): 231-239. (Photocopy).
Peckham, Morse. "The Editing of 19th-Century Texts." (Typescript-- possibly an early version of an article with the same title later published in Language & Texts: The Nature of Linguistic Evidence, edited by Herbert H. Paper (1975), pp. 123-460.).
Peters, Edward. "Jewish History and Gentile Memory: The Expulsion of 1492," Jewish History 9, no. 1 (1995): 9-34.
Peters, Edward. "What was God doing before HE created the Heavens and the Earth?" Augustiniana 34, nos. 1-2 (1984): 53-74.
Phillips, Charles Robert, III. "Julian's Rebuilding of the Temple: A Sociological Study of Religious Competition." (Unpublished paper).
Pintzuk, Susan and Anthony S. Kroch. "Reconciling an Exceptional Feature of Old English Clause Structure." (Typescript/Paper).
Pomeroy, Sarah. "Charities for Greek Women," Mnemosyne 35, nos. 1-2, (1982): 115-135. .
Pomeroy, Sarah B. Book Review of Sexual Asymmetry: Studies in Ancient Society by Josine Blok and Peter Mason. American Historical Review 94 (1989): 724-725. Photocopy. Accompanied by envelope and Pomeroy's article on "Charities for Greek Women.".
Pool, David De Sola. "The Traditional Code of Jewish Education: Selected and Translated from the Shulhan Arukh," Jewish Education 16, no. 3 (1945): 3-15.
Pool, Tamar de Sola. "The State of Israel and the United Nations," Israel of Tomorrow, edited by Leo Jung (New York: Herald Square Press, 1949): 3-63.
Pope, Marvin H. "A Divine Banquet at Ugarit," The Use of the Old Testament in the New and Other Essays: Studies in Honor of Wm. F. Stinespring, edited by James M. Efird (Duke University Press, 1972): 170-203. (Photocopy).
Pope, Marvin H. "A Little Soul-Searching," Maarav 1, no. 1 (1978): 25-31. (Photocopy) .
Pope, Marvin H. "Mid Rock and Scrub, A Ugaritic Parallel to Exodus 7:19.," Biblical and Near Eastern Studies: Essays in Honor of William Sanford LaSor (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1978): 146-150. (Photocopy).
Pope, Marvin H. "Notes on the Rephaim Texts from Ugarit," Essays on the Ancient Near East in Memory of Jacob Joel Finkelstein, Memoirs of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences 19, edited by M. de J. Ellis (1977): 163-182. (Photocopy).
Pope, Marvin H. "Notes," Song of Songs, Anchor Bible 7C (New York: Doubleday, 1977): 306-319, 600-621. (Photocopy).
Pope, Marvin H. "The Saltier of Atargatis Reconsidered," in Essays in Honor of Nelson Glueck, Near Eastern Archaeology in the Twentieth Century (New York: Doubleday, 1970): 179-196. (A reprint and a photocopy).
Pope, Marvin H. "The Scene on the Drinking Mug from Ugarit," Near Eastern Studies in Honor of William Foxwell Albright, edited by Hans Goedicke (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1971): 393-405. (Photocopy).
Pope, Marvin H. and Jeffrey H. Tigay. "A Description of Baal," Ugarit-Forschungen 3 (1971): 117-130. (Reprint and photocopy).
Poppel, Stephen M. "Salman Schocken and the Schocken Verlag: A Jewish Publisher in Weimar and Nazi Germany," Harvard Library Bulletin 21, no. 1 (1973): 20-49.
Porten, Bezalel. "A New Look: Aramaic Papyri & Parchments," Biblical Archaeologist 42, no. 2 (1979): 74-104.
Porten, Bezalel. "The Scroll of Ruth: A Rhetorical Study," Gratz College Annual of Jewish Studies 7 (1978): 23-49.
Porten, Bezalel and Jonas C. Greenfield. "The Aramaic Papyri from Hermopolis," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 80, no. 2 (1968): 216–231.
Porten, B. & J. C. Greenfield. "Hermopolis letter 6," Israel Oriental Studies 4 (1974): 14-30.
Porter, J. R. "The Extended Family in the Old Testament," Occasional Papers in Social and Economic Administration 6 (London: Edutext Publications, 1967): 1-21.
Porter, J. R. "Folklore Between the Testaments," Folklore 91, no. 2 (1980): 133-146.
Porter, J. R. "The Israel of God," pp. 138-147.
Porter, J. R. "The Legal Aspects of the Concept of 'Corporate Personality' in the Old Testament," Vetus Testamentum 15, no. 3 (1965): 361-380.
Porter, J.R. "Moses and Monarchy: A Study in the Biblical Tradition of Moses" (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1963).
Porter, J.R. "Pre-Islamic Arabic Historical Traditions and the Early Historical Narratives of the Old Testament," Journal of Biblical Literature 87, Part 1 (1968): 17-26.
Porter, J. R. "Son or Grandson (Ezra X.6)?" The Journal of Theological Studies 17, Pt. 1 (1966): 54-67.
Porter, Roy. "The Crown & The Church." (London: The Church Literature Association, 1978).

Popkin, Richard H. "17th Century Philosophy: Its Relevance Today." Typescript.
Popkin, Richard H. "Berkeley and Pyrrhonism," The Review of Metaphysics 5, no. 2 (1951): 223-246.
Popkin, Richard H. "Berkeley's Influence on American Philosophy," Hermathena 82 (1953): 128-146.
Popkin, Richard H. "Bible Criticism and Social Science," Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science 14 (1974): 339-360.
Popkin, Richard H. "Bible Criticism and Social Science." (Typescript of an article later published in Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science 14 (1974): 339-360.).
Popkin, Richard H. "Cartesianism and Biblical Criticism," edited by Thomas M. Lemnon, John M. Nicholas and John W. Davis, in Problems of Cartesianism, McGill-Queen's University Press (1982): 61-81. (Photocopy).
Popkin, Richard H. "Charron and Descartes: The Fruits of Systematic Doubt," The Journal of Philosophy 51, no. 25 (1954): 831-837.
Popkin Richard H. "Christian Jews and Jewish Christians in the 17th Century," edited by R.H. Popkin and G. M. Weiner in Jewish Christians and Christian Jews (Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1994): 57-72.
Popkin, Richard H. "The Christian Roots of Zionism," Contention 2, no. 1 (1992): 99-125. (Photocopy).
Popkin, Richard H. "Condorcet, Abolitionist," edited by Leonora C. Rosenfield in Condorcet Studies 1 (1984): 35-47.
Popkin, Richard H. "Could Spinoza Have Known Bodin's Coloquium[sic] Heptaplomares[sic]?" Philosophia 16, nos. 3-4 (1986): 307-314.
Popkin, Richard H. "David Hume and the Pyrrhonian Controversy," The Review of Metaphysics 6, no. 1 (1952): 65-81.
Popkin, Richard H. "The Deist Challenge," edited by Ole P. Grell, Jonathan I. Israel and Nicholas Tyacke, in From Persecution to Toleration: The Glorious Revolution and Religion in England (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1991): 195-215.
Popkin, Richard H. "The Development of Religious Scepticism and the Influence of Isaac La Peyrere's Pre-Adamism and Bible Criticism," edited by R. R. Bolgar, in Classical Influences on European Culture, AD 1500-1700 (Cambridge University Press, 1976): 271-280. (2 copies).
Popkin, Richard H. "Did Hume Ever Read Berkeley?" The Journal of Philosophy 56, no. 12 (1959): 535-545. .
Popkin, Richard H. "Did Hume or Rousseau Influence the Other?" Revue Internationale de Philosophie: Rousseau et Voltaire 1778-1978 32, nos. 2-3 (1978): 297-308.
Popkin, Richard H. "Divine Causality: Newton, the Newtonians, and Hume," edited by Paul J. Korshin and Robert R. Allen, in Greene Centennial Studies: Essays Presented to Donald Greene (Charlottesville, VA: University Press of Virginia, 1984): 40-56. (Photocopy).
Popkin, Richard H, "The End of the Career of a Great 17th Century Millenarian: John Drury," Pietismus und Neuzeit 14 (1988): 203-220.
Popkin, Richard H. "Epicureanism and Scepticism in the Early 17th Century," edited by Robert B. Palmer and Robert Hamerton-Kelly, Philomathes: Studies and Essays in the Humanities in Memory of Philip Merlan (The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, 1971): 346-357.
Popkin, Richard H. "Ethical Naturalism and Hedonics," The Journal of Philosophy 48, no. 17 (1951): 518-523.
Popkin, Richard H. "The Fictional Jewish Council of 1650: A Great English Pipedream," Jewish History 5, no. 2 (Fall 1991): 7-22.
Popkin, Richard H. "Fideism, Quietism, and Unbelief: Skepticism for and Against Religion in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries," edited by Marcus Hester in Faith, Reason and Skepticism (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1992): 121-154, 169-173. (Photocopy).
Popkin, Richard H. "The First College for Jewish Studies," Revue des etudes juives 143, nos. 3-4 (1984): 351-364. (Photocopy).
Popkin, Richard H. "The First College for Jewish Studies," Revue des Etudes Juives 143, nos. 3-4 (1984): 351-364.
Popkin, Richard H. "The Historical Significance of Sephardic Judaism in 17th Century Amsterdam," The American Sephardi 5, nos. 1-2 (1971): 18-27.
Popkin, Richard H. "Hobbes and Scepticism," edited by Linus Thro, in History of Philosophy in the Making: A Symposium of Essays to Honor Prof. James D. Collins on his 65th Birthday (Washington, D.C., 1982): 133–148.
Popkin, Richard H. "Hume and Isaac De Pinto," Texas Studies in Literature and Language 12, no. 3 (1970): 417-430.
Popkin, Richard H. "Hume and Isaac De Pinto." (Typescript of an article, written after 1970.).
Popkin, Richard. "Hume and Spinoza," Hume Studies 5, no. 2 (1979): 65-93. .
Popkin, Richard H. "Hume: Philosophical Versus Prophetic Historian," The Southwestern Journal of Philosophy 7, no. 2 (1976): 83-95. (2 copies).
Popkin, Richard H. "Hume's Racism,"Philosophical Forum 9, no. 2 (1977): 211-226.
Popkin, Richard H. "Hume's Racism Reconsidered," The Journal 1, no. 1 (1984): pp 61-71.
Popkin, Richard H. "Image of the Jew in Clandestine Literature Circa 1700," edited by Guido Canziani, in Filosofia e Religione Nella Letteratura Clandestina 17/18 (1994): 13-34.
Popkin, Richard H. "Jewish Anti-Christian Arguments as a Source of Irreligion from the Seventeenth to the Early Nineteenth Century," edited by Michael Hunter and David Wootton, Atheism From the Reformation to the Enlightenment, (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1992): 159-181.
Popkin, Richard. "Jewish-Christian Relations in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries: The Conception of the Messiah," Jewish History 6, nos. 1-2, (1992): 163-177.
Popkin, Richard H. "Joseph Glanvill: A Precursor of David Hume," Journal of the History of Ideas 14, no. 2 (1953): 292-303.
Popkin, Richard H. "Kierkegaard and Scepticism," Algemeen Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Wijsbegeerte en Psychologie 51, no. 3 (1959): 123-141.
Popkin, Richard H. "La Peyrere, the Abbe Gregoire, and the Jewish Question in the Eighteenth Century," Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture 4 (1975): 209-222.
Popkin, Richard H. "A Late Seventeenth Century Gentile Attempt to Convert the Jews to Reformed Judaism," in Israel and the Nations: Essays presented in Honor of Shmuel Ettinger, The Historical Society of Israel and The Zalman Shazar Center for Jewish History (1987): xxv-xlv.
Popkin, Richard. "Les Caraites et L'Emancipation des Juifs," Dix-Huitieme Siecle 13 (1981): 137-147. (Photocopy).
Popkin, Richard. "L'Inquisition Espagnole et la Diffusion de la Pensee Juive Dans la Renaissance," Sciences de la Renaissance, VIII Congres International de Tours (1973): 49-66.
Popkin, Richard H. "The Lost Tribes, the Caraites and the English Millenarians," Journal of Jewish Studies 37, no. 2 (1986): 213-227.
Popkin, Richard H. "The Marrano Theology of Isaac La Peyrere." (Typescript of an article to appear in The American Sephardi, circa 1973.).
Popkin, Richard H. "Medicine, Racism, Anti-Semitism: A Dimension of Enlightenment Culture," edited by G.S. Rousseau, in The Language of Psyche: Mind and Body in Enlightenment Thought, Clark Library Lectures 1985-1986 (Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1990): 405-442. (Photocopy).
Popkin, Richard H. "Menasseh Ben Israel and Isaac La Peyrere," Studia Rosenthaliana 8, no. 1 (1974): 59-63.
Popkin, Richard H. "Menasseh Ben Israel and Isaac La Peyrere. II," Studia Rosenthaliana 18, no. 1 (1984): 12-20.
Popkin, Richard. "Millenarianism in England, Holland and America: Jewish-Christian Relations in Amsterdam, London and Newport, Rhode Island," edited by S. Hook, W. L. O'Neill and R. O'Toole, Philosophy, History and Social Action (1988): 349-371.
Popkin, Richard H. "Mordecai Noah, The Abbe Gregoire and the Paris Sanhedrin," Modern Judaism 2 (1982): 131-148. (Photocopy).
Popkin, Richard H. "Newton and Maimonides," A Straight Path: Studies in Medieval Philosophy and Culture. Essays in Honor of Arthur Hyman. (Washington, D.C.: Catholic University of America Press, 1988): 216-229.
Popkin, Richard H. "Newton and the Origins of Fundamentalism," edited by Edna Ullmann-Margalit, The Scientific Enterprise (Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1992): 241-259.
Popkin, Richard H. "Philosophy and the History of Philosophy," The Journal of Philosophy 82 (1985): 625-632. (Photocopy).
Popkin, Richard H. "The Philosophy of Bishop Stillingfleet," Journal of the History of Philosophy 9, no. 3 (1971): 303-319.
Popkin, Richard H. "Pierre Bayle's Place in 17th Century Scepticism," edited by Paul Dibon, Pierre Bayle: Philosophe de Rotterdam (Amsterdam: Elsevier Publishing Co., 1959).
Popkin, Richard H. "Pre-Adamism in 19th Century American Thought: 'Speculative Biology' and 'Racism,'"Philosophia 8, nos. 2-3 (1978): 205-239.
Popkin, Richard H. "The Pre-Adamite Theory in the Renaissance," edited by Edward P. Mahoney, Philosophy and Humanism: Renaissance Essays in Honor of Paul Oskar Kristeller (Leiden: Brill, 1976): 50-69. (2 copies).
Popkin, Richard H. "Predicting, Prophecying, Divining and Foretelling From Nostradamus to Hume," History of European Ideas 5, no. 2 (1984): 117-135.
Popkin, Richard. "Prophecy and Scepticism in the 16th and 17th Century." (Typescript).
Popkin, Richard H. "Rabbi Nathan Shapira's Visit to Amsterdam in 1657," Dutch Jewish History 1 (1984): 185-205. (2 photocopies).
Popkin, Richard H. "Reason as the Rule of Faith in Castellio, the Early Socinians and the Jews," edited by Daniele Letocha Aequitas, Aequalitas, Auctoritas (Paris: Librairie Philosophique, 1992): 195-203.
Popkin, Richard H. "The Rise and Fall of the Jewish Indian Theory," edited by Yosef Kaplan, Henry Mechoulan and Richard H. Popkin, in Menasseh Ben Israel and His World (New York: E.J. Brill, 1989): 63-82.
Popkin, Richard H. "The Role of Scepticism in Modern Philosophy Reconsidered," Journal of the History of Philosophy 31, no. 4 (1993): 501-517.
Popkin, Richard H. "Samuel Sorbiere's Translation of Sextus Empiricus," Journal of the History of Ideas 14, no. 4 (1953): 617-621.
Popkin, Richard H. "The Sceptical Crisis and the Rise of Modern Philosophy: II," The Review of Metaphysics 7, no. 2 (1953): 307-322.
Popkin, Richard H. "The Sceptical Crisis and the Rise of Modern Philosophy: III," The Review of Metaphysics 7, no. 3 (1954): 499-510.
Popkin, Richard H. "Scepticism and Optimism in the Late 18th Century," edited by Lothar Kreimendahl, Aufklarung und Skepsis. Studien zur Philosophie und Geistesgeschichte des 17. und 18. Jahrhunderts (1995): 173-184.
Popkin, Richard H. "Scepticism in the Enlightenment," Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century 24/27 (1963): 1321-1345.
Popkin, Richard H. "Scepticism, Theology and the Scientific Revolution in the Seventeenth Century," Problems in the Philosophy of Science 49 (1968): 1-39. (Includes comments by B.A.O. Williams and A. Momigliano and a reply by Popkin.).
Popkin, Richard H. "Skepticism and the Counter-Reformation in France," Archiv fur Reformationsgeschichte 51, no. 1 (1960): 58-88.
Popkin, Richard H. "Some Aspects of Jewish-Christian Theological Interchanges in Holland and England 1640-1740," edited by J. Van Den Berg and Ernestine G. E. Van Der Wall Jewish-Christian Relations in the Seventeenth Century: Studies and Documents (Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1988): 3-31. (Photocopy).
Popkin, Richard H. "Spinoza and Bible Scholarship," edited by James E. Force and R. H. Popkin, The Books of Nature and Scripture (Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1994): 1-20. (Offprint and draft).
Popkin, Richard H. "Spinoza and La Peyrere," The Southwestern Journal of Philosophy 8, no. 3 (1977): 177-195.
Popkin, Richard H. "Spinoza and the Conversion of the Jews," edited by C. De Deugd in Spinoza's Political and Theological Thought, International Symposium Commemorating the 350th Anniversary of the Birth of Spinoza, Amsterdam 24-27, November, 1982 (Amsterdam, 1984): 171-181. (photocopy).
Popkin, Richard H. "Spinoza and the Three Imposters," Brill's Studies in Intellectual History, Vol. 14: Spinoza: Issues and Directions, Proceedings of the Chicago Spinoza Conference, 1986, pp. 347-358.
Popkin, Richard, "Spinoza, Neoplatonic Kabbalist?" edited by Lenn E. Goodman in Neoplatonism and Jewish Thought, International Society for Neoplatonic Studies, State University of New York Press (1992): 387-408. (Photocopy).
Popkin, Richard H. "Spinoza's Earliest Philosophical Years, 1655-61," Studia Spinozana 4 (1988): 37-55.
Popkin, Richard H. "Spinoza's Relations with the Quakers in Amsterdam," Quaker History 73, no. 1 (1984): 14-28. (2 copies).
Popkin, Richard H. "Spinoza, The Quakers and the Millenarians, 1656-1658," Manuscrito 6, no. 1 (1982): 113-133.
Popkin, Richard H. "The Spiritualistic Cosmologies of Henry More and Anne Conway," edited by S. Hutton, Henry More (1614-1687) Tercentenary Studies, Archives Internationales d'Histoires des Idees (Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1990): 97-114.
Popkin, Richard H. "Theological and Religious Scepticism," The Christian Scholar 39, no. 2 (1956): 150-158.
Popkin, Richard H. "The Third Force in 17th Century Philosophy: Scepticism, Science and Biblical Prophecy," Istituto Italiano per gli Studi Filosofici: 35-63. (2 copies) .
Popkin, Richard. "Three English Tellings of the Sabbatai Zevi Story," Jewish History 8, nos. 1-2 (1994): 43-54.
Popkin, Richard H. "The Triumphant Apocalypse and the Catastrophic Apocalypse," edited by Avner Cohen and Steven Lee, Nuclear Weapons and the Future of Humanity (Rowman & Allanheld, 1986): 131-150.
Popkin, Richard H. "Two Unused Sources About Sabbatai Zevi and His Effect on European Communities," Dutch Jewish History 2 (1989): 67-74.
Popkin, Richard H. "Un Autre Spinoza," Archives de Philosophie 48 (1985): 37-57. (in French, photocopy.).
Convocation at Davenport College, Yale University, 11 September 1972 (Presumed to be an address by Richard Popkin).
Popkin, Richard H. Review of "Philo-Semitism and the Readmission of the Jews to England 1603-1655" by David S. Katz, History of European Ideas 5, no. 1 (1984): 79-87.
Popkin, Richard H. Review of "Medieval Aspects of Renaissance Learning: Three Essays by Paul Oskar Kristeller" edited and translated by Edward P. Mahoney, and "Renaissance Concepts of Man and Other Essays by Paul Oskar Kristeller" The Journal of Philosophy, pp. 870-877.
Popkin, Richard H. Review of "The Renaissance Idea of Wisdom" by Eugene F. Rice, Jr., Renaissance News 12, no. 4 (1959): 265-269.
Popkin, Richard H. Review of "From Spanish Court to Italian Ghetto. Isaac Cardoso, A Study in Seventeenth Century Marranism and Jewish Apologetics" by Yosef Hayim Yerusahlmi,Journal of the History of Philosophy 11, no. 3 (1973): 403-407.
Popkin, Richard H. "Evaluation," Proceedings of the New York State Education Department on College and University Programs for Teachers of the Disadvantaged. April 10-11, 1967. (1967): 100-102. Photocopy.
Rabin, Chaim. "The Classical in the Modern: A Study of Contemporary Hebrew Literary Language." (Typescript/Paper).
Rabin Yitzhak. Address by Major-General Yitzhak Rabin, (Jerusalem, Magnes Press, 1967). Reprint translated from Hebrew.
Rabinowitz, Isaac. "Towards a Valid Theory of Biblical Hebrew Literature," The Classical Tradition: Literary and Historical Studies in Honor of Harry Caplan, Cornell University Press (1966): 315-328.
Radbill, Samuel X. "Pediatrics in the Bible," Clinical Pediatrics 2, no. 4 (1963): 199-212. Accompanied by a letter to Dr. Goldin from Radbill.
Ratner, Robert and Bruce Zuckerman. "'A Kid in Milk'?: New Photographs of KTU 1.23, Line 14," Hebrew Union College Annual 57 (1986): 15-60.
Rawidowicz, Simon. "On Jewish Learning." (Chicago: The College of Jewish Studies, 1950). Address delivered at the Opening Convocation of the College of Jewish Studies, September 1948.
Robinson, Ira. "Literary Forgery and Hasidic Judaism: The Case of Rabbi Yudel Rosenberg," Judaism 40, no. 1 (1991): 61-78.
Rosenmeyer, Thomas G. "Alcman's Partheneion I Reconsidered," Greek Roman and Byzantine Studies 7, no. 4, (1966): 321-359.
Rosenmeyer, Thomas G. "Elegiac and Elegos," California Studies in Classical Antiquity 1 (1968): 217-231.
Rosenmeyer, Thomas G. "The Family of Critias," American Journal of Philology 70, no. 4 (1949): 404-410.
Rosenmeyer, Thomas G. "Gorgias, Aeschylus, and Apate," American Journal of Philology 76, no. 3 (1955): 225-260.
Rosenmeyer, Thomas G. "Irony and Tragic Choruses," edited by John H. D' Arms & John William Eadie, in Ancient and Modern: Essays in Honor of Gerald F. Else, (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1977): 31-44.
Rosenmeyer, Thomas G. "Judgment and Thought in the Theaetetus." (Unpublished typescript. A manuscript of the same title was presented to the Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy at its meeting with the Eastern Division of the American Philosophical Association in New York in 1959. Another version was published as "ΓΝΩΣΙΣ and ΕΠΙΣΤΗΜΗ in Socrates' Dream in the Theaetetus." Journal of Hellenic Studies 89 (1969) 72-78. It is unclear which version this one is.).
Rosenmeyer, Thomas G. "Phaedo III c 4 ff," The Classical Quarterly 6, nos 3-4 (1956): 193-197.
Rosenmeyer, Thomas G. "Platonic Scholarship: 1945-1955, Part I," The Classical Weekly 50, no. 13 (1957): 173-180, 182.
Rosenmeyer, Thomas G. "Platonic Scholarship: 1945-1955. Part II," The Classical Weekly 50, no. 14 (1957): 185-196.
Rosenmeyer, Thomas G." Platonic Scholarship: 1945-1955, Part III," The Classical Weekly 50, no. 15 (1957): 197-201, 209-211.
Rosenmeyer, Thomas G. "Plato's Atlantis Myth: Timaeus or Critias?" The Phoenix 10, no. 4 (1956): 163-172.
Rosenmeyer, Thomas G. "Plato's Hypothesis and the Upward Path," American Journal of Philology 81, no. 4 (1960): 393-407.
Rosenmeyer, Thomas G. "The Rookie: A Reading of Pindar Nemean 1," California Studies in Classical Antiquity 2 (1969): 233-246.
Rosenmeyer, Thomas G. "Theocritus and His Successors: The Loss of Discretion," Actes du 4e Congres de l'Association Internationale de Litterature Comparee/ Proceedings of the IVth Congress of the International Comparative Literature Association, Fribourg 1964 (The Hague: Mouton & Co., 1966): 1008-17.
Rosenmeyer, Thomas G. Review of "Paidagogia. Die Grundlegung der abendlandischen Erziehungskunst in der Sokratik," by Paul Rabbow, Gnomon 33, no. 1 (1961): 1-7. .
Rosenmeyer, Thomas G. Review of "Der platonische Menexenos" by Nikolaus Scholl, Gnomon 33 (1961): 126-129.
Rosenmeyer, Thomas G. Review of "Plato's Phaedo" by R. S. Bluck, American Journal of Philology 77, no. 3 (1956): 310-314.
Rosenmeyer, Thomas G. Review of "Plato's Phaedo" by R. Hackforth, American Journal of Philology 78, no. 3 (1957): 321-325.
Rosenmeyer, Thomas G. Review of Theognis" by B. A. Van Groningen, The American Journal of Philology 89, no. 2 (1968): 215-19.
Rosenne, Shabtai. "Directions for a Middle East Settlement—Some Underlying Legal Problems," Law and Contemporary Problems 33 (Winter 1968): 44-67.
Roth, Leon. "Back to, Forward from, Ahad HaAm?" Addresses given at the Thirteenth Conference of Anglo-Jewish Preachers, held at Jews College, May 9-12, 1960..
Roth, Leon, "Foundations." Lecture held in the Crypt of St. Paul's Cathedral, London, October 1961.
Roth, Leon. "Hebraists and Non-Hebraists of the Seventeenth Century," Journal of Semitic Studies 6, no. 2 (1961): 204-221.
Roth, Leon. "The Resurgence of Hebrew," The Jewish Journal of Sociology 1, no. 2 (1959): 177-186.
Rosenthal, Frank. "Heinrich von Oyta and Biblical Criticism in the Fourteenth Century," Speculum 25, no. 2 (April 1950): 178-183. (2 copies).
Rosenthal, Frank. "The Study of the Hebrew Bible in Sixteenth-Century Italy," Studies in the Renaissance I (1954): 81-91.
Rosenthal, Franz. "Ar-Razi on the Hidden Illness," Bulletin of the History of Medicine 52 (1978): 45-60.
Rosenthal, Franz. "The Empty Throne," Studia Islamica 31 (1970): 233-38.
Rosenthal, Franz. "From Arabic Books and Manuscripts, VIII: 'As-Sarahsi on Love," Journal of the American Oriental Society 81, no. 3 (1961): 222-224.
Rosenthal, Franz. "From the 'Unorthodox' Judaism of Medieval Yemen," edited by Gerard Nahon & Charles Touati, Hommage a Georges Vajda: Etudes d'histoire et de pensee juives (Louvain: Editions Peeters, 1980): 279-290.
Rosenthal, Franz. "Gifts and Bribes: The Muslim View," Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 108, no. 2 (1964): 135-144.
Rosenthal, Franz. "'I Am You'--Individual Piety and Society in Islam," edited by Amin Banani & Speros Vryonis, Individualism and Conformity in Classical Islam (Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz, 1977): 33-60.
Rosenthal, Franz. "The Influence of the Biblical Tradition on Muslim Historiography," edited by Bernard Lewis and Peter M. Holt, Historians of the Middle East, London (1962): 35-45.
Rosenthal, Franz. "Die Krise Der Orientalistik," Deutscher Orientalistentag 24, Supp. 5, (1980): 10-21.
Rosenthal, Franz. "'Life is Short, The Art is Long': Arabic Commentaries on the First Hippocratic Aphorism," Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, no. 3 (1966): 226-245.
Rosenthal, Franz. "Literature," edited by Schacht & Bosworth, The Legacy of Islam (1974): 321-349.
Rosenthal, Franz. "Nast Abiqu in Surah 12:17," Studies in Judaism and Islam (Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 1981): 13-26.
Rosenthal, Franz. "On Some Epistemological and Methodological Presuppositions of Al-Biruni," Turk Tarih Kurumu Basimevi (1974): 145-167.
Rosenthal, Franz. "Plotinus in Islam: The Power of Anonymity," in Atti del Convegno Internazionale sul Tema: Plotino e il Neoplatonismo in Oriente e in Occidente, Rome (1974): 437-46.
Rosenthal, F. "The Prophecies of Baba the Harranian," A Locust's Leg: Studies in Honor of S.H. Taqizadeh (1962): 220-232.
Rosenthal, Franz. "Significant Uses of Arabic Writing," Ars Orientalis 4 (1961): 15-23.
Rosenthal, Franz. "A Small Collection of Aesopic Fables in Arabic Translation," Studia Semitica Necnon Iranica (1989): 233-256. (with correspondence from the author).
Rosenthal, Franz. "The Symbolism of the Tabula Cebetis According to Abu L-Faraj Ibn At-Tayyib," Recherches D'Islamologie: Recueil d'articles offerts à Georges C. Anawati et Louis Gardet par leurs collègues et amis 26 (1977): 273-283. .
Rosenthal, Franz. "Two Graeco-Arabic Works on Music," Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 110, no. 4 (1966): 261-268.
Rubin, Jody P. "Celsus' Decircumcision Operation: Medical and Historical Implications," Urology 16, no. 1 (1980): 121-124.
Sabar, Yona. "First Names, Nicknames and Family Names Among the Jews of Kurdistan," The Jewish Quarterly Review, New Series 65 (1974-1975): 43-51.
Sabar, Yona. "The Impact of Israeli Hebrew on the Neo-Aramaic Dialect of the Kurdish Jews of Zakho: A Case of Language Shift," Hebrew Union College Annual 46 (1975): 489-508.
Sabar, Yona. "Kurdistani Realia and Attitudes As Reflected in the Midrashic-Aggadic Literature Of the Kurdish Jews," edited by Frank Talmage, (Cambridge: Association for Jewish Studies, 1980): 287-296.
Sabar, Yona. "Legend vs. Reality: An Analysis and Comparison of Folktales About the Rabbis of Kurdistan (With Documents Written by Them or Their Contemporaries)," The Sephardi And Oriental Jewish Heritage, Jerusalem (1982): 287-296.
Sabar, Yona. "Lel-Huza: Story and History in a Cycle of Lamentations for the Ninth of Ab in the Jewish Neo-Aramaic Dialect of Zakho, Iraqi Kurdistan." Unpublished typescript.
Sabar, Yona. "Multilingual Proverbs in the Neo-Aramaic Speech of the Jews of Zakho, Iraqi Kurdistan," International Journal of Middle East Studies 9 (1978): 215-235.
Sabar, Yona. "Nursery Rhymes and Baby Words in the Jewish Neo-Aramaic Dialect of Zakho (Iraq)," Journal of the American Oriental Society 94, no. 3 (1974): 329-336.
Salomonsen, Borge. "Einige kritishe Bemerkungen zu Stauffer's Darstellung der spatjudischen Ketzergesetzgebung," Studia Theologia 18, no. 2 (1964): 91-118.
Samuel, Alan E. "Alexander's 'Royal Journals,'" Historia 14, no. 1 (1965): 1-12.
Samuel, Alan E. "Plutarch's Account of Solon's Reforms," Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies 4, no. 4 (1963): 231-236.
Samuel, Maurice and James Michener. "If the Arabs Had Won/ Israel: A Nation Too Young to Die," Look July 25/August 8, 1967. Joint reprint.
Sarna, Jonathan. "The Freethinker, the Jews, and the Missionaries: George Houston and the Mystery of Israel Vindicated," AJS Review 5 (1980): 101-114. .
Sarna, Jonathan. "From Necessity to Virtue: The Hebrew-Christianity of Gideon R. Lederer," The Iliff Review 37, no. 1 (1980): 27-33.
Sarna, Jonathan D. "Introduction: The American Rabbinate, A Centennial View," American Jewish Archives 35 (November 1983): 91-99. (Photocopy).
Sarna, Jonathan. "Jewish Immigration to North America: The Canadian Experience (1870-1900)," The Jewish Journal of Sociology 18, no. 1 (1976): 31-41.
Sarna, Jonathan D. "'Our Distant Brethren:' Alexander Harkavy on Montreal Jews--1888," Canadian Jewish Historical Society Journal 7, no. 2 (1983): 59-73.
Scharfstein, Ben-Ami. "Depth Psychology and Philosophy," The American Imago 13, no. 1 (1956): 33-64.
Schirmann, Jefim. "The Battle Between Behemoth and Leviathan According to an Ancient Hebrew Piyyut," Proceedings of the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities 4, no. 13 (1970): 327-369.
Schirmann, Jefim. "Les Contes Rimes de Jacob ben Eleazar de Tolede," Etudes d'Orientalisme dediees a la memoire de Levi-Provencal (Paris: G.-P. Maisonneuve et Larose, 1962): 285-297.
Schmitz, Van Heinz. "Die griechische Religion in neuer Sicht," Neue Zurcher Zeitung. May 24-25, 1978. (Photocopy).
Scholem, Gershom. "Judaic Studies Past and Present." Translated from the German by Krishna Winston. Typescript. Revised version of an address delivered in London on September 7, 1959.
Scholem, Gershom. "Martin Buber's Interpretation of Hasidism," The Messianic Idea in Judaism and Other Essays in Jewish Spirituality (New York: Schocken Books, 1971): 228-250. (Photocopy).
Scholem, Gershom. "The Sprouting of the Horn of the Son of David, A New Source from the Beginnings of the Doenme Sect in Salonica," edited by Daniel Jeremy Silver, In the Time of Harvest: Essays in Honor of Abba Hillel Silver (1963): 368-386.
Scholem, Gershom. "Tradition und Kommentar als Religiose Kategorien im Judentum," (Zurich: Rhein-Verlag, 1963).
Scholem, Gershom. "Wissenschaft vom Judentum Einst Und Jetzt. " (Printed text from an address Scholem gave in London, September 7, 1959; later republished in Michael Brenner's (ed.) Jüdische Geschichte lesen: Texte der jüdischen Geschichtsschreibung im 19 und 20 Jahrhundert (Munich: C. H. Beck, 2003): 363-382. (2 copies).
Schullian, Dorothy M. "Januarius Nepotianus," Catalogus Translationum et Commentariorum: Medieval and Renaissance Latin Translations and Commentaries, Volume V (Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University Press, 1984): 251-252.
Schullian, Dorothy M. "Julius Paris," Catalogus Translationum et Commentariorum: Medieval and Renaissance Latin Translations and Commentaries, Volume 5 (Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University Press, 1984): 253-255.
Schullian, Dorothy M. "Valerius Maximus," Catalogus Translationum et Commentariorum: Medieval and Renaissance Latin Translations and Commentaries, Volume 5 (Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University Press, 1984).
Schutz, John Howard. "Apostolic Authority and the Control of Tradition: I Cor. XV," New Testament Studies 15, no. 4 (1969): 439-457.
Schwarz, Leo W. "Mutations of Jewish Values in Contemporary American Fiction," The B.G. Rudolph Lectures in Judaic Studies (Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University, 1966).
Schwarz, Leo W. "On Translating the 'Songs of Songs'," Judaism: A Quarterly Journal of Jewish Life and Thought 13, no. 1 (1964): 64-76.
Segal, David. [article on Hebrew literary heritage--unknown source].
Segelberg, Eric. "The Coptic-Gnostic Gospel According To Philip and Its Sacramental System," Numen 7, nos. 2-3 (1960): 189-200.
Segelberg, Eric. "Evangelium Veritatis--a confirmation homily and its relation to the Odes of Solomon," Orientalia Suecana 8 (1960): 3-42.
Septimus, Bernard. "Biblical Religion and Politics in the Discourse of Simone Luzatto." (Typescript later published in Jewish Thought in the Seventeenth Century, edited by Isidore Twersky and Bernard Septimus.).
Septimus, Bernard. "Narboni and Shem Tov on Martyrdom." (Typescript to be published in Studies in Medieval Jewish History and Literature 2, edited by I. Twersky (1984): 447-455.).
Septimus, Bernard. "'Open Rebuke and Concealed Love': Nahmanides and the Andalusian Tradition." (Photocopy).
Septimus, Bernard. "Petrus Alfonsi on the Cult at Mecca," Speculum 56, no. 3 (1981): 517-533.
Septimus, Bernard. "Piety and Power in Thirteenth-Century Catalonia," Studies in Medieval Jewish History and Literature, Harvard University Press (1979): 197-230.
Septimus, Bernard. "A Prudent Ambiguity in Saadya Gaon's Doctrines and Beliefs." (Typescript to be published in Harvard Theological Review 76 (1983).).
Shahid, Irfan. "On The Martyrs of Najran." (pamphlet dated July 3, 1973 on Shahid's book The Martyrs of Najran.).
Shai, Donna. "Public Cursing and Social Control in a Traditional Jewish Community," Western Folklore 37, no. 1 (1978): 39-46.
Sheynin, Hayim Y. "Genizah Fragments of an Unknown Arabic-Castilian Glossary," The Jewish Quarterly Review New Series 71, no. 3 (1981): 151-166.
Shipler, David K. "Jerusalem," The New York Times Magazine (1980 December 14).
Shore, Debra. "From Babylon to Brown: The Department of the History of Mathematics," Brown Alumni Monthly 79, no. 5 (1979): 14-23.
Shultz, George Pratt. 1984. "Terrorism and the Modern World," October 25, 1984. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of State, Bureau of Public Affairs, Office of Public Communication, Editorial Division. .
Signer, Michael A. "Exegese et enseignement: les commentaires de Joseph ben Simeon Kara," Archives Juives 18, no. 4 (1982): 60-63. (Photocopy).
Signer, Michael A. "King/Messiah: Rashi's Exegesis of Psalm 2," Prooftexts 3, no. 3 (1983): 273-78. .
Signer, M.A. "St. Jerome and Andrew of St. Victor: Some Observations," edited by Elizabeth A. Livingstone, Studia Patristica, Volume XVIII in Three Parts (New York: Pergamon Press, 1982): 333-337.
Silberman, Lou H. "The Question of Job's Generation. She'elat Doro Shel 'Iyob': Buber's Job," edited by Jacob Neusner, Baruch A. Levine, and Ernest S. Frerichs. Judaic Perspectives on Ancient Israel (Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1987): 261-269. (Photocopy).
Silberschlag, Eisig. "Hebrew Literature: An Evaluation," The World Through Literature (New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1951): 175-212.
Silberschlag. Eisig. "Naphtali Herz Imber (1856-1909)," Judaism: A Quarterly Journal of Jewish Life and Thought" 5, no. 2 (1956): 147-159. (accompanied by "With the compliments of..." card).
Silberschlag, Eisig. "The Swan Song of Polish Jewry: The Plays and Poems of Mattathias Shoham," Judaism: A Quarterly Journal of Jewish Life and Thought 3, no.1 (1954): 1-11.
Silver, Daniel Jeremy. "The Shrine and the Scroll," Journal of Reform Judaism (Spring 1984): 31-42.
Silverman, Michael H. "Onomastic Notes to 'Aramaica Dubiosa,'" Journal of Near Eastern Studies 28, no. 3 (1969): 192-196.
Sjoberg, Ake W. "A Hymn to Lama-Sa-Ga," Journal of Cuneifom Studies 26, no. 3 (1974): 158-177.
Sjoberg, Ake W. "He is a Good Seed of a Dog" and "Engardu, the Fool," Journal of Cuneiform Studies 24, no. 4 (1972): 107-119.
Sjoberg, Ake W. "In Praise of the Scribal Art," Journal of Cuneiform Studies 24, no. 4 (1972): 126-131.
Sjoberg, Ake W. "Miscellaneous Sumerian Hymns," Zeitschrift fur Assyriologie 63, no. 1 (1973): 1-55.
Slonimsky, Henry. "The Philosophy Implicit in the Midrash," Hebrew Union College Annual 27 (1956): 235-290.
Soloveitchik, Haym. "Maimonides' 'Iggeret Ha-Shemad: Law and Rhetoric," edited by Leo Landman in Rabbi Joseph H. Lookstein Memorial Volume, New York: Ktav (1980): 281-319.
Soloveitchik, Haym. "Pawnbroking: A Study in Ribbit and of the Halakah in Exile," Proceedings of the American Academy for Jewish Research 38-39 (1972): 203-268.
Somerville, Robert. "The Canons of Reims (1131)," Bulletin of Medieval Canon Law, New Series, Volume 5 (1975): 122-130.
Somerville, Robert. "The Council of Clermont and the First Crusade," Studia Gratiana 20 (1976): 323-338.
Sperber, Alexander. "Hebrew Based Upon Greek and Latin Transliterations," Hebrew Union College Annual 12-13 (1937-1938): 103-274.
Steiglitz, Maria. "A League of Their Own," Inside (1993): 86-89, 110-113.
Stendahl, Krister, "Messianic License," in Biblical Realism Confronts the Nation, edited by Paul Peachey, Fellowship Publications, 1963. (Typescript later published as the above.).
Stern, David. "Introduction," Sefer Ha-Aggadah/The Book of Legends: Legends From the Talmud and Midrash by H. N. Bialik and Yehoshua N. Ravnitsky (New York: Schocken Books, 1992): xvii-xxii. (Photocopy).
Stern, David. "Jesus' Parables from the Perspective of Rabbinic Literature: The Example of the Wicked Husbandmen," edited by Clemens Thoma and Michael Wyschogrod, in Parable and Story in Judaism and Christianity (New York: Paulist Press, 1989): 42-80. (Photocopy).
Stern, David. "The Supreme Fictionalist" (review-essay on Harold Bloom), The New Republic 4 (1991): 34-40.
Stern, S. M. "The Inscriptions of the Kharraqan Mausoleums," IRAN, Journal of the British Institute of Persian Studies 4 (1966): 21-27.
Stern, S. M. "An Unpublished Maqama By Al-Harizi," Papers of the Institute of Jewish Studies 1 (London: Institute of Jewish Studies): 186-210.
Stern, Wilhelm Z., M.D. and Leo Wilson, M.D. "Pelvic Pneumography with Simultaneous Hysterosalpingography," Radiology 96, no. 1 (1970): 87-92.
Stern, Wilhelm Z., M.D. and Leo Wilson, M.D. "Roentgen Evaluation of the Ligated Fallopian Tube," Fertility and Sterility 22, no. 10 (1971): 645-650.
Stern, Wilhelm Z., M.D., James O. Richardson, Jr., M.D. and Lt. Col. Richard Wolfe. "Multiple Calcified Aneurysms in Coarctation of the Aorta," Radiology 96, no. 2 (1970): 331-334.

Sarna, Nahum M. "A Crux Interpretum in Job 22:30," Journal of Near Eastern Studies 15, no. 2 (April 1956): 118-119.
Sarna, Nahum M. "Epic Substratum in the Prose of Job," Journal of Biblical Literature 76, Part 1 (1957): 13-25.
Sarna, Nahum M. "Hebrew and Bible Studies in Medieval Spain," The Sephardi Heritage (London: Valentine, Mitchell, 1971): 323-366.
Sarna, Nahum M. "The Interchange of the Prepositions Beth and Min in Biblical Hebrew," Journal of Biblical Literature 78, Pt. 4 (1959): 310-316.
Sarna, Nahum M. "The Order of the Books," edited by Charles Berlin, Studies in Jewish Bibliography History and Literature in honor of I. Edward Kiev (New York: Ktav Publishing House, 1971): 407-413.
Sarna, Nahum. "Psalm XIX and the Near Eastern Sun-God Literature," Fourth World Congress of Jewish Studies: Papers 1 (1967): 171-175.
Sarna, Nahum M. "Psalm 89: A Study in Inner Biblical Exegesis," Biblical and Other Studies (1963): 29-46.
Sarna, Nahum M. "The Psalm Superscriptions and the Guilds," edited by Siegfried Stein and Raphael Loewe, in Studies in Jewish Religious and Intellectual History Presented to Alexander Altmann On The Occasion of His Seventieth Birthday (1979): 281-300.
Sarna, Nahum. "Zedekiah's Emancipation of Slaves and the Sabbatical Year," edited by Harry A. Hofner, Jr.'s , in Orient and Occident, Essays presented to Cyrus H. Gordon on the Occasion of his Sixty-fifth Birthday (Kevelaer, Germany: Butzon & Bercker, 1973): 143-149.
Sarna, Nahum M. "Bible Commentary: A Sample Chapter." (Typescript for an article published by the Jewish Publication Society of America (1975) with a note to Goldin from Sarna.).
Sarna, Nahum. "Bible" in Encyclopaedia Judaica, pp. 814-836. (Photostat).
Smith, Morton. "II Isaiah and the Persians," Journal of the American Oriental Society 83, no. 4 (1963): 415-21. .
Smith, Morton. "The Account of Simon Magus in Acts 8," Harry Austryn Wolfson Jubilee Volume (Jerusalem: American Academy for Jewish Research, 1965): 735-749. .
Smith, Morton. "Comments on Taylor's Commentary on Mark," Harvard Theological Review 48, no. 1 (1955): 21-64.
Smith, Morton. "Early Christianity and Judaism," edited by S. Wagner and A. Breck, in Great Confrontations in Jewish History (Denver: University of Denver, 1977): 41-61.
Smith, Morton. "The Image of God: Notes on the Hellenization of Judaism, With Especial Reference to Goodenough's Work on Jewish Symbols," Bulletin of the John Rylands Library 40, no. 2 (1958): 473-512. .
Smith, Morton. "Observations on Hekhalot Rabbati," edited by Alexander Altmann, in Biblical and Other Studies (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1963): 142-160.
Smith, Morton. "On the Differences Between the Culture of Israel and the Major Cultures of the Ancient Near East," The Journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society of Columbia University 5 (1973): 389-395.
Smith, Morton. "The Origin and History of the Transfiguration Story," Union Seminary Quarterly Review 36, no. 1 (1980): 39-44.
Smith, Morton. "Palestinian Judaism in the First Century," edited by Moshe Davis, in Israel: Its Role in Civilization (New York: The Seminary Israel Institute of The Jewish Theological Seminary of America, Harper & Brothers) pp. 67-81.
Smith, Morton. "Pauline Worship as Seen by Pagans," Harvard Theological Review 73, nos. 1-2 (1980): 241-249.
Smith, M. "The Reason for the Persecution of Paul and the Obscurity of Acts," Studies in Mysticism and Religion (1967): 261-268.
Smith, Morton. "Terminological Boobytraps and Real Problems in Second Temple Judaeo-Christian Studies," edited by P. Slater and D. Wiebe, in Traditions in Contact and Change...Proceedings of the XIVth Congress IAHR, Laurier University Press (1983): 295-306. (Leaflet inside the front cover of "The Image of God" offprint).
Smith, Morton. "Zealots and Sicarii, Their Origins and Relation," Harvard Theological Review 64, no. 1 (1971): 1-19.
Smith, Morton. Review of "Mandaic Incantation Texts" by Edwin M. Yamauchi, American Journal of Archaeology 73 (1969): 95-97.
Smith, Morton. Review of "Ursprung und Anfaenge der Kabbala" by Gershom Scholem, Christian News from Israel 16 (1965): 40-47.
Smith, Morton, Amos Funkenstein and Martin E. Marty. Reviews of "The Cambridge History of the Bible," in The American Historical Review 77, no. 1 (1972): 94-109.
Stewart, Zeph. Review of "Alfarabi's Philosophy of Plato and Aristotle" translated by Muhsin Mahdi Speculum 44, no. 1 (1969): 156-157.
Stewart, Zeph. Review of "Analytica Priora: Translatio Boethii (recensiones duae), Translatio Anonyma, Pseudo-Philoponi Aliorumque Scholia, Specimina Translationum Recentiorum (Aristoteles Latinus III 1-4)," Laurentius Minio-Paluello's Speculum 44, no. 1 (1969): 157-159.
Stone, Michael E. "Armenian Canon Lists II--The Stichometry of Anania of Shirak (c. 615-c. 690 C.E.)," Harvard Theological Review 68, nos. 3/4 (1975): 253-260. .
Stone, Michael E. "Lists of Revealed Things in the Apocalyptic Literature," edited by Frank Moore Cross, Werner E. Lemke and Patrick D. Miller. Magnalia Dei: The Mighty Acts of God: Essays on the Bible and Archaeology in Memory of G. Ernest Wright. (New York: Doubleday, 1976): 414-452. (photocopy).
Stone, Michael E. "Reactions to Destructions of the Second Temple," Journal for the Study of Judaism 12, no. 2, (1981): 195-204. (photocopy).
Stone, Michael E. "Sinai Armenian Inscriptions," Biblical Archaeologist (Winter 1981): 27-31. (2 copies).
Stone, Suzanne Last. "In Pursuit of the Countertext: The Reclaiming of Jewish Sources in Contemporary American Legal Scholarship." (Unpublished typescript delivered at the "Jews and Law Conference" held in Madison, Wisconsin in 1991; sent to Goldin by Carol Weisbrod, Professor of Law, University of Connecticut School of Law.).
Strauss, Leo. "What is Liberal Education?" An Address Delivered at the Tenth Annual Graduation Exercises of the Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults, June 6, 1959 (Chicago: University of Chicago, 1959).
Strauss, Leo and Joseph Cropsey, editors. "Introduction," History of Political Philosophy, Rand McNally & Co. (1963): 1-6.
Strauss, Leo and Joseph Cropsey, editors. "Plato," in History of Political Philosophy, Rand McNally & Co. (1963): 7-63. .
Strauss, Leo and Joseph Cropsey, editors. "Marsilius of Padua," in History of Political Philosophy, Rand McNally & Co. (1963): 227-246.
Strom, Ake V. Vetekornet (The Grain of Wheat). Studies on the Individual and the Collective in the New Testament with Special Regard to the Theology of the Fourth Gospel St. John XII, 20-33. With an English Summary, (Stockholm: Svenska Kyrkans Diakonistyrelses Bokforlag, 1944): 431-441. [Reprint from the author's dissertation.].
Ström, Åke V. "The King God and His Connection with Sacrifice in Old Norse Religion," in Studies in the History of Religions (Supplements to Numen) IV: The Sacral Kingship/ La Regalità Sacra (Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill, 1959): 702-715.
Sunden, Von Hjalmar. "Die Religion und die Rollen Eine Selbstanzeige," Archiv Für Religionspsychologie/Archive for the Psychology of Religion 7, no. 1 (1962): 277-81. .
Sunden, Von Hjalmar. "Die Rollenpsychologie als heutige Aufgabe der Religionpsychologie," Archiv Für Religionspsychologie/Archive for the Psychology of Religion 8, no. 1 (1964): 70-84. .
Szoverffy, Joseph. "The Altus Prosator and the Discovery of America," Irish Ecclesiastical Record 100 (1963): 115–118.
Szoverffy, Joseph. "Die Hutterischen Bruder und die Vergangenheit," Zeitschrift Fur Deutsche Philologie" 82 (1963): 338-362.
Szoverffy, Joseph. "Klassiche Anspielungen und antike Elemente in mittelalterlichen Hymnen," Archiv fur Kulturgeschichte 44, no. 2 (1962): 148-192.
Szoverffy, Joseph. "'Peccatrix Quondam Femina': A Survey of the Mary Magdalen Hymns," Traditio 19 (1963): 79-146.
Szoverffy, Joseph. "St. Patrick's Purgatory and the Hungarians," The Hungarian Quarterly, pp. 115-132.
Tadmor, Hayim. "History and Ideology in the Assyrian Royal Inscriptions," in Assyrian Royal Inscriptions: New Horizons in literary, ideological, and historical analysis, Orientis Antiqui Collectio 17, Istituto Per L'Oriente, Rome (1981): 13-33.
Tadmor, Hayim. "The Decline of Empires in Western Asia ca. 1200 B.C.E.," edited by Frank Moore Cross, in Symposia Celebrating the Seventy-Fifth Anniversary of the Founding of the American Schools of Oriental Research, American Schools of Oriental Research (1979): 1-14.
Tadmor, Hayim. "Traditional Institutions and the Monarchy: Social and Political Tensions in the Time of David and Solomon," Studies in the Period of David and Solomon and Other Essays (Tokyo: Yamakawa-Shuppansha, 1982): 239-257.
Tadmor, Hayim. "Treaty and Oath in the Ancient Near East: A Historian's Approach," edited by Gene M. Tucker and Douglas A. Knight in Humanizing America's Iconic Book: Society of Biblical Literature Centennial Addresses 1980 (Chico, CA: Scholars Press, 1982): 127-152.
Tadmor, N. H., M. Evenari, L. Shanan and D. Hillel. "The Ancient Desert Agriculture of the Negev: I. Gravel Mounds and Gravel Strips Near Shivta (Sbeita). Records of the Agricultural Research Station," Ktavim 8, nos. 1-2 (1958): 127-151.
Tal, Uriel. "The Land and the State of Israel in Israeli Religious Life," Proceedings of the Rabbinical Assembly 38 (1976): 1-40.
Tal, Uriel. "The Modern Period Central Europe," edited by Salo W. Baron and George S. Wise, in Violence and Defense: The Jewish Experience, (Proceedings of the Seminar on Violence and Defense in Jewish History and Contemporary Life, Tel Aviv University, August-September 1974): 139-153. .
Tal, Uriel. "Theologische Debatte Um Das 'Wesen' des Judentums," edited by Werner E. Mosse, in Juden im Wilhelminischen Deutschland 1890-1914 (Tubingen: Mohr, 1976): 599-632.
Talmage, Frank. "David Kimhi and the Rationalist Tradition," Hebrew Union College Annual 39 (1968): 177-218.
Talmage, Frank. "The Francesc de Sant Jordi-Solomon Bonafed Letters," Studies in Medieval Jewish History and Literature, Harvard University Press (1979): 337-364. .
Talmage, Frank. "An Hebrew Polemical Treatise: Anti-Cathar and Anti-Orthodox," Harvard Theological Review 60 (1967): 323-348.
Talmage, Frank. "R. David Kimhi as Polemicist," Hebrew Union College Annual 38 (1967): 213-235.
Talmage, Frank. "שוא םרחח [Hebrew] in Isaiah 8:1," Harvard Theological Review 60, no. 4 (1967): 465-468.
Talmon, Shemaryahu. "Double Readings in the Massoretic Text," Textus I (Jerusalem: The Hebrew University, 1960): 144-184.
Talmon, Shemaryahu. "The Three Scrolls of the Law That Were Found in the Temple Court," Textus 2 (1962): 14-27.
Talmon, S. "'Wisdom' in the Book of Esther,"Vetus Testamentum 13, no. 4 (1963): 419-455. .
Tausend, Milton E., M.D. and Wilhelm Z. Stern, M.D. "Thymic Patterns in the Newborn," ARRS 95, no. 1 (1965): 125-130.
Tcherikover, V. "The Sambathions," Scripta Hierosolymitana 1 (1954): 78-98.
Teixidor, Javier. "Bulletin D'Epigraphie Semitique," Syria 44, nos. 1/2 (1967): 163-195.
Teixidor, Javier. "Bulletin D'Epigraphie Semitique 1968," Syria 45, nos. 3/4 (1968): 353-389.
Teixidor, Javier. "Monuments Palmyreniens Divers," Melanges de l'Universite Saint-Joseph 42, no. 2 (1966): 177-179.
Thomas, Lewis. "Notes of a Biology-Watcher: The Hazards of Science," The New England Journal of Medicine 296 (1977): 324-328.
Tigay, Jeffrey H. "The Book of Jonah and the Days of Awe," Conservative Judaism 38, no. 2 (1985-1986): 67-76. (Photocopy).
Tigay, Jeffrey H. "An Empirical Basis for the Documentary Hypothesis," Journal of Biblical Literature 94, no. 3 (1975): 329-342.
Tigay, Jeffrey. "The Image of God and the Flood: Some New Developments," edited by Alexander M. Shapiro and Burton I. Cohen, in Studies in Jewish Education and Judaica in Honor of Louis Newman (New York: Ktav Publishing, 1984): 169-182.
Tigay, Jeffrey. "Lifne Hassabbat and 'Ahar Hassabbat= 'On the Day Before the Sabbath' and 'On the Day After the Sabbath' (Nehemiah XIII 19),"Vetus Testamentum 28, no. 3 (1978): 362-365.
Tigay, Jeffrey H. "Moses' Speech Difficulty," Gratz College Annual of Jewish Studies 3 (1974): 29-42.
Tigay, Jeffrey. "Notes on the Development of the Jewish Week," Eretz-Israel: Archaeological, Historical and Geographical Studies 14 (1978): 111-121.
Tigay, Jeffrey H. "On Some Aspects of Prayer in the Bible," AJS Review 1 (1976): 363-379.
Tigay, Jeffrey H. "Psalm 7.5 and Ancient Near Eastern Treaties," Journal of Biblical Literature 89, Pt. 2 (1970): 178-186.
Tigay, Jeffrey. "Toward the Recovery of Pohar, 'Company,' in Biblical Hebrew," Journal of Biblical Literature 92, no. 4 (1973): 517-522. .
Tigay, Jefrey. "Was There An Integrated Gilgamesh Epic in the Old Babylonian Period?" Ancient Near Eastern Studies in memory of J.J. Finkelstein, Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences, Memoir 19 (1977): 215-18.
Tigay, Jeffrey. (Untitled) typescript.
Tov, Emanuel. Review of "Religion d'Israel et Proche Orient Ancien, Des Pheniciens aux Esseniens, " by M. Delcor, Bibliotheca Orientalis 34, nos. 3/4 (1978): 283-284.
Towner, W. Sibley. "Shorter Communications: 'Blessed by YHWH' and 'Blessed Art Thou, YHWH': The Modulation of a Biblical Formula," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 30, no. 3, (1968): 386-399.
Townsend, John T. "Rabbinic Sources," in The Study of Judaism: Bibliographical Essays, Contributors: Richard Bavier et al. (New York: Ktav for Anti-Defamation League of B'nai Brith, 1972): 37-80.
Troxell, Gilbert McCoy. "The Elizabethan Club: Its Origins and Its Books," Yale University Library Gazette 27, no. 1 (1952): 19-28.
Twersky, Isadore. "The Beginnings of Mishneh Torah Criticism," edited by A. Altmann, in Biblical and Other Studies 1 (Cambridge, Mass., 1963): 161-182.
Twersky, Isadore. "Joseph ibn Kaspi: Portrait of a Medieval Jewish Intellectual," (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1979): 231-257.
Twersky, Isadore. "Religion and Law," edited by S. D. Goitein, in Religion in a Religious Age, (Proceedings of Regional Conferences Held at the University of California, Los Angeles and Brandeis University in April, 1973): 69-82.
Twersky, Isadore. "Some Non-Halakic Aspects of the Mishneh Torah," Jewish Medieval and Renaissance Studies, pp. 95-118.
Twersky, Isadore. "Survival, Normalcy, Modernity," edited by Moshe David, in Zionism in Transition (New York: Arno Press, 1980): 347-366.
Udovitch, Abraham L. "At the Origins of the Western Commenda: Islam, Israel, Byzantium?" Speculum 37, no. 2 (1962): 198-207.
Ullendorff, Edward. "The Knowledge of Languages in the Old Testament," Bulletin of the John Rylands Library 44, no. 2 (1962): 455-465.
Vanggaard, Jens-Henrik. "On Parilia." Typescript possibly later published in Temenos - Nordic Journal of Comparative Religion 7 (1971): 90-103.
Walton, Matt. "Science and Poetry: A Symposium," The Review of Metaphysics 15, no. 2 (1961): 236-247.
Watts, John D. W. "The Song of the Sea--Ex. XV," Vetus Testamentum 7, no. 4 (1957): 371-380.
Weinfeld, Moshe. "The Charge of Hypocrisy in Matthew 23 and in Jewish Sources," Immanuel 24/25 (1990): 52-58.
Weinfeld, Moshe. "Introduction to Parts II and III: The Relationship between the Priestly and Deuteronomic Documents" in "Deuteronomy and the Deuteronomic School." (The typescript is labeled "Not for publication or circulation" and was later published as Deuteronomy and the Deuteronomic School. Oxford [Oxfordshire]: Clarendon Press, 1972. ).
Weinfeld, Moshe. "The Heavenly Praise in Unison," edited by I. Seybold Graz, in Meqor Hajjim: Festschrift fur Georg Molin zum 75, Geburtstag Graz, Austria: Akademische Druck-u. Verlagsanstalt, 1983): 427-437. .
Weinfeld, M. "Jeremiah and the Spiritual Metamorphosis of Israel," Zeitschrift Fur Die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 88, no. 1 (1976): 2-56.
Weinfeld, Moshe. "Judge and Officer in Ancient Israel and in the Ancient Near East," Israel Oriental Studies 7 (1977): 65-88.
Weinfeld, Moshe. "Justice and Righteousness--Mishpat Tsedkah[Hebrew]--The Expression and Its Meaning," in Justice and Righteousness: Biblical Themes and their Influence, edited by Henning Graf Reventlow and Yair Hoffman, in Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement Series 137 (1992): 228-246.
Weinfeld, M. "Literary Creativity," edited by A. Malamat, in The World History of the Jewish People, The Age of the Monarchies: Culture and Society (Jerusalem: Massada Press, 1979): 27-70, 286-292.
Weinfeld, Moshe. "The Phases of Human Life in Mesopotamian and Jewish Sources," in Priests, Prophets and Scribes: Essays on the Formation and Heritage of Second Temple Judaism in Honour of Joseph Blenkinsopp, edited by Eugene Ulrich, et al., in Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement Series 149 (1992): 182-189.
Weinfeld, Moshe. "Sabbath, Temple, and the Enthronement of the Lord--The Problem of the Sitz im Leben of Genesis 1:1-2:3," edited by A. Caquot and M. Delcor, in Festschrift Cazelles AOAT 212 (1981): 501-512. .
Weinfeld, Moshe. "Sabbatical Year and Jubilee in the Pentateuchal Laws and their near ancient Near Eastern Background," edited by T. Veijola The Law in the Bible and Its Environment, Finnish Exegetical Society in Helsinki (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1990): 39–62.
Weinfeld, Moshe. "Theological Currents in Pentateuchal Literature," American Academy for Jewish Research (1969): 117-139.
Weinfeld, Moshe. "Zion and Jerusalem as Religious and Political Capital: Ideology and Utopia," edited by Richard Elliott Friedman, in The Poet and The Historian: Essays in Literary and Historical Biblical Criticism, Harvard Semitic Studies 26 (1983): 75-115.
Weinfeld, Moshe. Review of "God and His People, Covenant and Theology in the Old Testament," by Ernest W. Nicholson Revue Biblique 98, no. 3 (1991): 431-448.
Weisbrod, Carol. "Divorce Stories: Readings, Comments and Questions on Law and Narrative," Brigham Young University Law Review No. 1 (1991): 143-196.
Weisbrod, Carol. Review of "The Policing of Families" by Jacques Donzelot, in Connecticut Law Review 13, no. 2 (1981): 415-428.
Weiss, Gershon. "Financial Arrangements for a Widow in a Cairo Geniza Document," Gratz College Anniversary Volume (1971): 275-283.
Weiss, Gershon. "Mortgage Procedures and Interest Rates as Reflected in the Cairo Geniza Documents at the First Quarter of the Twelfth Century," Gratz College Annual of Jewish Studies 1 (1972): 64-79.
Welles, C. Bradford. "Alexander's Historical Achievement," Greece & Rome 12, no. 2 (1965): 216-228.
Welles, C. Bradford. "The Discovery of Sarapis and the Foundation of Alexandria," Historia: Zeitschrift Für Alte Geschichte 11, no. 3 (1962): 271-98. .
Welles, C. B. "Greek Liberty." The Journal of Juristic Papyrology 15 (1965): 29-47.
Werblowsky, R. J. Zvi. "On the Baptismal Rite According to St. Hippolytus," Studia Patristica 2 (1957): 93-105.
Werblowsky, R.J. Zwi. "Revelation, Natural Theology and Comparative Religion" The Hibbert Journal 55 (1956-1957): 278-284.
Werblowsky, R. J. Zwi. "Some Psychological Aspects of Kabbalah." (Typescript given as a talk to the Analytical Psychology Club, London on February 25, 1954; later published in Harvest 3 (1956): 78.).
Widengren, Geo. "Baptism and Enthronement in Some Jewish-Christian Gnostic Documents," Manchester University Press (1963): 205-217.
Wild, John and J.K. Coblitz. "On the Distinction Between The Analytic and the Synthetic," Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 8, no. 4 (1948): 651-667.
Wild, John and J.K. Coblitz. "Discussion Reply to Professor Beck" and "Discussion Comments on Mr. Hartman's 'The Epistemology of the A Priori," Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 9, no. 4 (1949): 728-730, 737-740.
Wilder, Amos N. "The Eschatology of Jesus in Recent Criticism and Interpretation," The Journal of Religion 28, no. 3 (1948): 177-187.
Wilensky, Mordecai L. "The Polemic of Rabbi David of Makow Against Hasidism," The American Academy for Jewish Research 25 (1956): 137-156.
Wilson, Edmund. "On First Reading Genesis," The New Yorker (May 15, 1954): 130-160.
Wimsatt, W. K. "Jam Nunc Debentia Dici: Answers to a Questionnaire," Arion 9, nos. 2/3 (1970): 132-143.
Winter, Irene J. "The King and the Cup: Iconography of the Royal Presentation Scene on Ur III Seals," in Insight Through Images: Studies in Honor of Edith Porada, Biblitheca Mesopotamica 21 (1986): 253-268.
Wischnitzer, Rachel. "The Egyptian Revival in Synagogue Architecture," American Jewish Historical Society 41, no. 1 (1951): 61-75.
Wolfson, H.A. "The Hatirani in the Kalam and Ghazali as Inner Motive Powers of Human Actions," Studies in Mysticism and Religion (1967): 363-379. .
Wolfson, Harry A. "The Jewish Kalam," The Jewish Quarterly Review 57 (1967): 544-573.
Wolfson, Harry A. "Joseph Ibn Saddik on Divine Attributes," The Jewish Quarterly Review 55, no. 4 (1965): 277-298.
Wolfson, Harry A. "Judah Halevi on Causality and Miracles," Meyer Waxman Jubilee Volume (Chicago: College of Jewish Studies Press, 1966): 137-153.
Wolfson, Harry. "Maimonides and Halevi: A Study in Typical Jewish Attitudes Towards Greek Philosophy in the Middle Ages," The Jewish Quarterly Review 2, no. 3 (1912): 297-337. (Photocopy).
Wolfson, Harry A. "Maimonides on Modes and Universals," Studies in Rationalism Judaism & Universalism (London: Routledge & Paul, 1966): 311-321.
Wolfson, Harry A. "Mu'ammar's Theory of Ma'na," Arabic and Islamic Studies in Honor of Hamilton A. R. Gibb. (Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1965): 673-688.
Wolfson, H. A. "Two Comments Regarding the Plurality of Worlds in Jewish Sources," The Jewish Quarterly Review 56, no. 3 (1966): 245-247.
Wright, G. Ernest. "Annual Report to the Trustees, the Corporation, Members and Friends," American Schools of Oriental Research Newsletter, No. 9 (1974): 1-12. .
Wright, G. Ernest. "The Terminology of Old Testament Religion and Its Significance," Journal of Near Eastern Studies 1, no. 4 (1942): 404-414.
Yadin, Yigael. "Military and Archeological Aspects of the Conquest of Canaan in the Book of Joshua," El-Ha'ayin ("Back to the Sources"): Materials for Bible Study Circles & Bible Study Group Leaders 1 (Jerusalem: World Jewish Bible Society and the Israel Society for Biblical Research, 1965): 1-35.
Yavetz, Z. "Forte an Dolo Principis (Tac., Ann. 15. 38)," The Ancient Historian and His Materials, Essays in Honor of C. E. Stevens (1975): 181-197.
Zakovitch, Yair. "Explicit and Implicit Name-Derivations," Hebrew Annual Review 4 (1980): 167-181.
Zakovitch, Yair. "Rahab Als Mutter Des Boa in Der Jesus-Genealogie (Matth. I 5)," Novum Testamentum 17, no. 1 (1975): 1-5.
Zakovitch, Yair. "Sisseras Tod," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 93, Issue 3, (1981): 364–374.
Zakovitch, Yair. "Some Remnants of Ancient Laws in the Deuteronomic Code," Israel Law Review 9, no. 3 (1974): 346-351.
Zakovitch, Yair. "A Study of Precise and Partial Derivations in Biblical Etymology," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 15 (1980): 31-50.
Zakovitch, Yair. "The Woman's Rights in the Biblical Law of Divorce," The Jewish Law Annual 4 (1981): 28-46.
Zigmond, Maurice L. "Archeology and the "Patriarchal Age' of the Old Testament," edited by Ward W. Goodenough, in Explorations in Cultural Anthropology: Essays in Honor of George Peter Murdock (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1964): 571-598.
Zimmels, H.J. "The Significance of the Statement 'We are not acquainted any more' as Echoed in Rabbinic Literature," The Leo Jung Jubilee Volume (1962): 223-235.
Zuckerman, Bruce. "The Date of 11Q Targum Job: A Paleographic Consideration of its Vorlage," Journal for the Study of Pseudepigrapha 1 (1987): 57-78.
Zuckerman, Bruce. "'For your sake...': A Case Study in Aramaic Semantics," The Journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society 15 (1983): 119-129.
"Hizb, Hukuma, Hurriyya: Party, Government and Freedom in the Muslim World." Three articles reprinted from the Encyclopaedia of Islam 3, 2nd edition, Fasc. 49-50 (Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1968): 2-46.
"Review of Books." Journal of the American Oriental Society 99, no. 1 (1979): 111-114. (Reviews of "Jewish Exegesis of the book of Ruth" by D.R.G. Beattie (reviewed by Frank Talmage), "I Maccabees: A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary" by A. Goldstein (reviewed by David J. Halperin) and "An Unknown Jewish Sect" by Louis Ginzberg (reviewed by Lawrence H. Schiffman).
"Summaries from Fund og Forskning i Det kongelige Biblioteks samlinger XII, 1965 (Finds and Research in the Collection of the Royal Library of Copenhagen)": pp. 159-165. Includes: "Le Cardinal Mazarin et la salle de la bibliotheque de Frederik III. Un lien architectural" by Knud Bogh, "Ahasuerus, the Wandering Jew. I: The Legend in Danish and German Popular Literature" by Erik Dal, "Ahasuerus, the Wandering Jew. II: The Origin and Background of the Legend" by R. Edelmann, "The Story of Pontoppidan's 'Exposition' in Denmark and Norway" by Mogens Brondsted, "A Problem of the History of Danish Song. Some Old and New Points About 'King Christian Stood by the Lofty Mast'" by Niels Martin Jensen, "H.C. Andersen's Letters to Frederik and Ludwig Laessoe" by H. Topsoe-Jensen, "Soren Kierkegaard og hans svigerinde Henriette Kierkegaard. Et gaveeksemplar" by Josiah Thompson, "Soren Kierkegaard Sends His Regrets" by H. P. Rohde and "Ernst Ljungh the Silhouettist in the Copenhagen of the 'Eighties'" by Bjorn Ochsner, "Spurious Illegal Publication During the Occupation" by Leo Buschardt & Helge Tonnesen.

Institutum Judaicum 1960-1962 (Program materials, in German).
Davis, Lotte & Moshe. Land of Our Fathers. Guide to Map of Biblical Names.
Hallo, William W. "Sumerian Literature." Article in The Anchor Bible Dictionary, ed. Freedman, David Noel (New York: Doubleday, 1992): 861-865.
Hallo, William W. Babylon," "Sumer," "Writing in Antiquity." Articles in The Oxford Companion to the Bible, ed. Metzger, Bruce M. and Michael D. Coogan (New York: Oxford University Press, 1993): 71-72, 719-720, 820-823.
Hoenigswald, Henry M. "Linguistics." Article in Dictionary of the History of Ideas, ed. Wiener, P., III. (1973): 61-73 (Accompanied by a letter.) .
Marcus, Ivan G. "Jewish Communal Self Government: Europe," "Judah Ben Samuel He-Hasid," and "Judeo-Latin." Articles in Dictionary of the Middle Ages, ed. Strayer, Joseph R. (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1986): 68-72, 157, 176-177.
Ostwald, Martin. "Ancient Greek Ideas of Law." Dictionary of the History of Ideas (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1973): 673-685.
Sivin, Nathan. "Shen Kua." Dictionary of Scientific Biography 12, ed. Gillispie, Charles Coulston (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1975): 369-393.
"The Religion of Israel--Origins" by Alfred Lods, "The Religion of Israel Prophecy" by Norman W. Porteous and "The Religion of Israel--Worship" by Norman H. Snaith in Record and revelation: essays on the Old Testament by members of the Society for Old Testament study (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1938): 187-215, 216-249, and 250-274. (Handwritten notes).
Baron, Salo W. and Moshe Greenberg. "History of Judaism," in The Enclopaedia Britannica, 15th edition, Volume 10 (Chicago, 1974): 302-310.
Fischel, Henry A. "Cynics and Cynicism," in Encyclopaedia Judaica (1972): 1177-1178.
Fischel, Henry A. "Epicureanism," in Encyclopaedia Judaica (1972): 817-818.
Fischel, Henry A. "Greek and Latin Languages, Rabbinical Knowledge of," in Encyclopaedia Judaica (1972): 883-888.
Fischel, Henry A. "Hellenism: Spiritual Resistance," in Encyclopaedia Judaica (1972): 301-303.
Fischel, Henry A. Stoicism," in Encyclopaedia Judaica (1972): 409-410.
Greenberg, Moshe. "A Collection of Articles in the Encyclopaedia Judaica by Moshe Greenberg." (Typescript).
Hallo, William B. Review of "Reallexikon Der Assyriologie Und Vorderasiatischen Archaologie," edited by Diez Otto Edzard, in Bibliotheca Orientalis 50, no. 12 (1993): 162-166 .
Hallo, William W. Review of "'Herzberuhigungsklagen': die sumerischakkadischen Ersahunga-Gebete" by Stefan M. Maul, in Bibliotheca Orientalis 49, nos. 5-6 (1992): 777-780.
Hallo, William W., Aaron Sunist and Moses Aberbach. "Mesopotamia" in Encyclopaedia Judaica Vol. 16 (Jerusalem: Macmillan, 1971): 1483-1514.
Marcus, Jacob Rader. "The History of the Jews: Modern Period," Encyclopaedia Britannica (1943): 58-64.
Paul, Shalom M. "Prophets and Prophecy," Encyclopaedia Judaica (1972): 1150-1175. (2 copies).
Paul, Shalom M. and Louis I. Rabinowitz. "Prophets and Prophecy," Encyclopaedia Judaica (1972): 1150-1175..
Winston, David. "Barukh Spinoza," Macmillan Encyclopaedia of Religion, pp. 7-11.
Sperber, Onkelos [in Hebrew].
[Hebrew folder 1].
[Hebrew folder 2].
[Hebrew folder 3] .
[Hebrew folder 4].
[Hebrew folder 5] cop. 1927.
[Hebrew folder 6] .
Jewish Calendar 1992.
Miscellaneous visuals (map of Israel & the Arab States (1967) and an illustration from a magazine).
Photocopies (Hebrew).
Chapter III: History of Historical Writing--Greek Historiography (Typescript).
"A Critical Note: 1 Corinthians 7.4 as an Interpretation of Genesis 3.16." Typescript marked "Draft. Not for Publication.".
Shoah: A Journal of Resources On the Holocaust 2, no. 2 (New York: Zachor, The Holocaust Resource Center of the National Jewish Resource Center, 1981). .
Klein, Hyman. "Gemara-and-Sebara-in Baba-Mezia-60b-64a." (Jerusalem: 1978).
"American University Presses," ACLS Newsletter 20-31, Nos. 4 & 1 (1979-1980): 1-26. American Council of Learned Societies.
Box 10: Offprints (Hebrew).
Box 4

Das Institutm Judaicum der Universitat Tubingen im Jahre 1961 .
Kasher, A. "The Circumstances of Claudius Caesar's Edict and Of His Letter to the Alexandrians." Zion 39, Nos. 1-2 (1974): 1-7. (Hebrew).
Katzenstein, H. J. "The Camp of the Tyrians at Memphis," Eretz Israel 14 (1978): 163-164 (Hebrew).
Milgrom, Jacob. "A Chapter in Cultic History," Tarbiz 42, nos. 1-2 (1972-1973): 1-11 (Hebrew and English).
Oded, Bustenay. "The Campaigns of Adad-Nirari III into Syria and Palestine," edited by Bustenay Oded, et al., in Studies in the History of the Jewish People and the Land of Israel 2 (1972): 25-33.
Septimus, B. "'Better under Edom than under Ishmael': The History of a Saying," Zion 47 (1982): 103-111. (Hebrew).
Box 12: Journals (complete copies).
Box 13: Journals (complete copies).
Box 14: Books and Journals (complete copies).
Box 15: Books, Prayer Books (pamphlet size).
Box 16: Postcards, letters, clippings.
Box 17: Unidentified Hebraic work on glossy paper--originally shipped to CAJS by Rabbi David C. Kogan from the Jewish Theological Seminary of America to Dr. Judah Goldin, postmarked June 1963.
Box 17

Ha Me'orer--photocopies , 1906 January-April.
Ha Me'orer--photocopies, 1906 June-December.
Ha Me'orer-photocopies, 1907 January-September.
Hebraishe Ausgabe des "Israelit"--photocopies, 1877.
Hebraishe Ausgabe des "Israelit"--photocopies, 1878.
Box 19: Assorted photocopies of Hebraic Resources.
Box 19

Print, Suggest