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					Joshua Levinson - Publications A. Books: 1. The Twice Told Tale: A Poetics of the Exegetical Narrative in Rabbinic Midrash, [Hebrew], Magnes Press, Jerusalem, 2005.

B. Books and Journals Edited: 2. Places of Identity, Jerusalem Studies in Hebrew Literature 19 (2003), A. Hirshfield, M. Arbel-Tur, J. Levinson, Magnes Press, Jerusalem. 3. Minchat Yonah: Festschrift for Prof. Y. Fraenkel, eds. J. Levinson, G. Hasan-Rokem, Y. Elbaum, Magnes Press (in press). 4. Studies in Talmudic and Midrashic Literature: Memorial Volume for T. Plesser-Lifshitz, eds. M. Bar-Asher, J. Levinson, B. Lifshitz, Bialik Press, Jerusalem, 2005. 5. Music and Literature, Jerusalem Studies in Hebrew Literature 20, H. Hever, A. Hirshfield, J. Levinson, Magnes Press, Jerusalem. 6. Menachem Zulai, Jerusalem Studies in Hebrew Literature 21 (in press), S. Elitzur, J. Levinson, H. Hever, Magnes Press, Jerusalem.

C. Chapters in Collections: 7. “Cultural Androgyny in Rabbinic Literature,” Medicine in Hellenized and Jewish Lore and Early Christian Literature, eds. S. Kottek and M. Horstmanshoff, Rotterdam, 2000, pp. 119-140. 8. “‘Tragedies Naturally Performed’: Fatal Charades, Parodia Sacra, and the Death of Titus,” Jewish Culture and Society Under the Christian Roman Empire, eds. S. Schwartz, R. Kalmin, Peeters Press and JTS, 2003, Lueven, pp. 349-382. 9. “Mother of Nations: Literary Identities in a Changing World,” Continuity and Renewal: Jews and Judaism and Its Institutions in Byzantine-Christian Palestine, eds. L. Levine, Dinur Center for the Study of Jewish History, Yad Ben Zvi, Jewish Theological Seminary, Jerusalem 2004, pp. 465-485. 10. “‘One Thing God has Spoken – Two Have I Heard’: Dialogical Reading in the Exegetical Narrative,” Minchat Yonah: Festschrifft for Prof. Y. Fraenkel, eds. J. Levinson, G. Hasan-Rokem, Y. Elbaum, Magnes Press (in press), [Hebrew]. 11. “Literary Anthropology in Rabbinic Literature,” Studies in Talmudic and Midrashic Literature, eds. M. Bar-Asher, J. Levinson, B. Lifshitz, Bialik Press, Jerusalem, 2005, [Hebrew], pp. 217-230. 12. “From Parable to Invention: The Emergence of Fiction as a Cultural Category,” Minchat Yonah: Festschrift for Prof. Y. Fraenkel, eds. J. Levinson, G. Hasan-Rokem, Y. Elbaum, Magnes Press (in press), [Hebrew]. 13. “The Emerging Dignity of Narrative in Rabbinic Literature,” Creation and Composition: The Contribution of the Bavli Redactors to the Aggadah, ed. J. L. Rubenstein, Mohr-Siebeck, Tübingen, 2005, pp. 361-382.

14. “Literary Approaches to Midrash”, Current Trends in the Study of Midrash, C. Bakhos (ed.), Leiden, 2006, pp. 189-226.

D. Articles: 15. 1993, “Upside-Down World,” Jerusalem Studies in Hebrew Literature 14, pp. 7-29, [Hebrew]. 16. 1996, “The Tragedy of Romance: A Case of Literary Exile,” Harvard Theological Review 89, pp. 227-244. 17. 1997, “The Midrashic Process,” The Journal of the Association for Jewish Studies 22, pp. 95-102. 18. 1997, “An-Other Woman: Joseph and Potiphar’s Wife,” Jewish Quarterly Review 87, pp. 269-301. 19. 1999, “‘The Athlete of Piety’: Fatal Fictions in Rabbinic Literature,” Tarbitz 68, pp. 61-86, [Hebrew], (translated into Russian, Moscow Journal for Jewish Studies 7-8, 2003). 20. 2000, “Bodies and Bo(a)rders: Emerging Fictions of Identity in Late Antiquity,” Harvard Theological Review 93, pp. 343-372. 21. 2003, “Fatal Charades and the Death of Titus: ‘What had been Legend Became Punishment,’” Studies in Hebrew Literature 19, pp. 23-45, [Hebrew]. 22. 2004, “Dialogical Reading in the Rabbinic Exegetical Narrative,” Poetics Today 25:3, pp. 497-528.

E. Other Publications: 23. “The Sage-Narratives in the Writings of Yona Fraenkel”, Minchat Yonah: Festschrift for Prof. Y. Fraenkel, eds. J. Levinson, G. Hasan-Rokem, Y. Elbaum, Magnes Press (in press), [Hebrew].


				
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