Thursday, December 29, 2016

Open Access Journal: Oqimta: Studies in Talmudic and Rabbinic Literature

[First posted in AWOL 8 August 2013, updated 29 December 2016]

Oqimta: Studies in Talmudic and Rabbinic Literature
Oqimta is a digitized research journal devoted to all spheres and types of talmudic and rabbinical literature – Halakha and Agada
The articles in this journal undergo academic appraisal and redaction, and are published in the accepted languages for Judaica research.
Oqimta will be appearing once a year, in digitized form, and is available free of charge to the reading public. Articles that have completed the publication process will be uploaded to the site prior to the finalization of the issue, and can be found on the "In Publication" page.
We are pleased to present the inaugural issue: Oqimta 1 (5773 [2013]) containing thirteen articles. We take this opportunity to invite you to subscribe to our mailing list (see subscribe), and to send us your submissions (see Instructions for Authors).
Volume 3 (5775 [2015])

Ephraim Bezalel Halivni
The Word Adam – A Man and not a Woman (Heb.)
פתח קובץ Summary

Aaron Amit
The Origin, Meaning and Development of the Ervah Sugya in Bavli Berakhot 24a (Heb.)
פתח קובץ Summary

Rivka Raviv
On Missing Characters in the Book of Daniel – Rabbinic Traditions in Palestine and Babylonia (Heb.)
פתח קובץ Summary

Shalem Yahalom
On the Editing of the Tosafot (Heb.)
פתח קובץ Summary

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Dissertations and M.A. Theses

Michal Shirel
The Dialogue in the Tales of the Sages in the Babylonian Talmud as Reflected in the Stories about Sages and their Wives (Heb.)
dissertation under the supervision of Prof. Avigdor Shinan, The Hebrew University, 2014
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Meir Lugasi
The Four Classes of Damages in the Opening Sugyot to Tractate Bava Kamma in the Babylonian and Palestinian Talmuds (Heb.)
M.A. Thesis under the supervision of Dr. Aaron Amit, Bar-Ilan University, 2015
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Yachin Epstein
Studies in Massekhet Kalla Rabbati – Text, Redaction and Period (Heb.)
dissertation under the supervision of Prof. Robert Brody, The Hebrew University, 2009
פתח קובץ
volume 1 (5773 [2013])
volume 2 (5774 [2014])

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