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Egyptian Cultural Icons in Midrash (Studia Judaica) ebook

by Rivka Ulmer


A panel discussion of Egyptian Cultural Icons in Midrash took place at the 2011 Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting in San Francisco.

A panel discussion of Egyptian Cultural Icons in Midrash took place at the 2011 Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting in San Francisco.

Rabbinic midrash included Egyptian religious concepts. These textual images are compared to Egyptian culture. Midrash is analyzed from a cross-cultural perspective utilizing insights from the discipline of Egyptology. Egyptian textual icons in rabbinic texts are analyzed in their Egyptian context. Rabbinic knowledge concerning Egypt included: Alexandrian teachers are mentio Rabbinic midrash included Egyptian religious concepts.

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The hermeneutical role of Egyptian cultural icons in midrash is explored. Methods applied: comparative literature; semiotics; notions of time and space; the dialectical model of Theodor Adorno; theories of cultural identity by Jürgen Habermas; iconography (Mary Hamer); landscape theory; embodied fragments of memory (Jan Assmann).

Rivka Ulmer studies Cairo Genizah, Halacha, and Midrash. Egyptian Cultural Icons in Midrash more

Rivka Ulmer studies Cairo Genizah, Halacha, and Midrash. Egyptian Cultural Icons in Midrash more.

Ulmer’s book is a major contribution to this discussion. Citation: Marc Bregman. It is remarkable for the specificity of its topic explored using a vast array of texts and pictorial images, combined with an impressive theoretical sophistication. It is highly recommended for those interested in rabbinic literature and Egyptology.

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Egyptian Cultural Icons in Midrash. Studia Judaica 52. Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2009. Pp. vii + 405 + 16 illustrations. Nanay and Her Lover: An Aramaic Sacred Marriage Text from Egypt. Adam and Eve in Babylonian Literature.

Keywords: Rivka Ulmer's, Cultural Icons, Egyptian Cultural, Midrash. 52. Walter de Gruyter. ISBN 978-3-11-022392-7.

Sperling 2003, p. 98 writes: "there are no compelling linguistic or historical reasons to date the story later than the ninth to eighth century of the first millennium . Egyptian cultural icons in Midrash.

Rabbinic midrash included Egyptian religious concepts. These textual images are compared to Egyptian culture. Midrash is analyzed from a cross-cultural perspective utilizing insights from the discipline of Egyptology. Egyptian textual icons in rabbinic texts are analyzed in their Egyptian context.Rabbinic knowledge concerning Egypt included: Alexandrian teachers are mentioned in rabbinic texts; Rabbis traveled to Alexandria; Alexandrian Jews traveled to Israel; trade relations existed; Egyptian, as well as Roman and Byzantine, artifacts relating to Egypt.Egyptian elements in the rabbinic discourse: the Nile inundation, the Greco-Roman Nile god, festivals, mummy portraits, funeral customs, language, Pharaohs, Cleopatra VII, magic, the gods Isis and Serapis. The hermeneutical role of Egyptian cultural icons in midrash is explored. Methods applied: comparative literature; semiotics; notions of time and space; the dialectical model of Theodor Adorno; theories of cultural identity by Jürgen Habermas; iconography (Mary Hamer); landscape theory; embodied fragments of memory (Jan Assmann).
Egyptian Cultural Icons in Midrash (Studia Judaica) ebook
Author:
Rivka Ulmer
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Bible Study & Reference
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De Gruyter; 1 edition (October 16, 2009)
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405 pages
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