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Belk, Z; Kahn, L; Szendroi, K; (2021) Absence of morphological case and gender marking in Contemporary Hasidic Yiddish worldwide. Journal of Germanic Linguistics (In press). Green open access
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Berkowitz, M; (2021) A 'Grey Savior': Kenneth Clark and the Rescue of Hamburg's Warburg Institute. Jahrbuch für Antisemitismusforschung , 30 (2021) pp. 240-262.

Berkowitz, M; (2021) Introduction. Setbacks and shocks to the system: adjustments and particularly painful losses. [Editorial comment]. Jewish Historical Studies , 52 (1) xi-xix. 10.14324/111.444.jhs.2021v52.001. Green open access
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Bultrighini, I; (2021) Theōn hemerai: astrology, the planetary week, and the cult of the seven planets in the Graeco-Roman world. In: Sheer, T and Salvo, I, (eds.) Religion and Education in the Ancient Greek World. (pp. 217-240). Mohr Siebeck: Tübingen, Germany. Green open access
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Bultrighini, I; (2021) Calendars of the Greek East under Rome: a new look at the Hemerologia tables. In: Stern, S, (ed.) Calendars in the Making: The Origins of Calendars from the Roman Empire to the Later Middle Ages. (pp. 80-128). Brill: Leiden, Netherlands. Green open access
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Conway, D; (2021) The ‘mandatory’ ballet of the Grand Opéra: then and now. In: Schmid-Reiter, I and Cahn, A, (eds.) Music Theatre in Motion Reflections on Dance in Opera. (pp. 57-69). Europäische Musiktheater-Akademie: Germany.

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Damsma, A; (2021) Another royal encounter for the Woman of Endor: 1 Samuel 28 as a proof text in King James VI’s Daemonologie. Hebrew Studies , 62 pp. 157-180. 10.1353/hbr.2021.0009. Green open access
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Damsma, A; (2021) Burn the Witch! A Comparison Between the Portrayal of Sorceress Babylon in Isaiah 47 and the Figure of the Witch in Maqlû. Vetus Testamentum 10.1163/15685330-bja10063. (In press). Green open access
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Geller, M; (2021) From Tablet to Talmud: Canonised Knowledge in Late Antiquity. Journal of Ancient Near Eastern History , 8 (1-2) pp. 171-179. 10.1515/janeh-2020-0011. Green open access
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Geller, M; (2021) Hellenistic Astronomy: The Science in Its Contexts edited by Alan C. Bowen and Francesca Rochberg. [Review]. Aestimatio: Critical Reviews in the History of Science , 2 (1) pp. 188-194. 10.33137/aestimatio.v2i1.37730. Green open access
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Geller, M; (2021) Introduction to theory in Babylonian medicine. In: Medicine From Biblical Canaan to Modern Israel. Valentine Mitchell: Chicago, IL, USA.

Geller, M; (2021) A Late Babylonian Esagil Text Reflecting Berossos. Wiener Zeitschrift fur die Kunde des Morgenlandes , 111 (4) pp. 53-63.

Geller, Markham; (2021) Alternative voices in Babylonian Medicine. Claroscuro. Revista del Centro de Estudios sobre Diversidad Cultural , 20 pp. 1-25. 10.35305/cl.vi20.65. Green open access
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Geller, M; (2021) Defining magic in the ancient world. In: Maeva, M and Erolova, Y and Stoyanova, P and Hristova, M and Ivanova, V, (eds.) Between the Worlds: Magic, Miracles, and Mysticism. (pp. 16-24). Bulgarian Academy of Sciences: Sofia, Bulgaria. Green open access
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Geller, MJ; (2021) Ludek Vacín: The Unknown Benno Landsberger, A Biographical Sketch of an Assyriological Altmeister's Development, Exile, and Personal Life. (Leipziger Altorientalistische Studien.) xvi, 132 pp. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2019. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies , 84 (1) pp. 147-148. 10.1017/s0041977x21000136. Green open access
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Geller, MJ; (2021) Medicine in ancient Assur, a microhistorical study of the Neo-Assyrian healer Kiṣir-Assur. Ancient magic and divination 18 by Troels Pank Arbøll, Leiden and Boston, Brill, 2021, xv + 416 pp., figs. + 11 table, €110/$132 (hardback), ISBN 978-90-04-43607-7. [Review]. Annals of Science 10.1080/00033790.2021.1913227. (In press).

Geller, MJ; (2021) Yoram Cohen: The Babylonian šumma immeru Omens: Transmission, Reception, and Text Production. (Dubsar 9.) xxiv, 406 pp. Münster: Zaphon, 2020. ISBN 978 3 96327 042 0. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies , 84 (1) pp. 149-151. 10.1017/s0041977x2100015x. Green open access
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Gilbert, S; Posel, D; (2021) Israel, apartheid, and a South African Jewish dilemma. Journal of Modern Jewish Studies , 20 (1) pp. 1-21. 10.1080/14725886.2020.1735720. Green open access
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Gilbert, S; Gilbert, L; (2021) South African Jewish Responses to COVID-19. Contemporary Jewry 10.1007/s12397-021-09367-1. (In press). Green open access
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Gilbert, S; Posel, D; (2021) The Holocaust, Apartheid, and Contemporary South African Jewish Perspectives on Victimhood. Journal of Jewish Identities (In press). Green open access
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Guesnet, F; (2021) Constitutio in actu? Eliezer Dileon's Letter to the Minsk Kahal, 1817. Zutot , 19 pp. 1-16. 10.1163/18750214-BJA10005. Green open access
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Loewenthal, N; (2021) Professor Ada Rapoport-Albert (26 October 1945–18 June 2020). Jewish Historical Studies , 52 (1) pp. 291-294. 10.14324/111.444.jhs.2021v52.020. Green open access
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Moore, Paul Richard; (2021) Studies in the Language of Targum Canticles, with Annotated Transcription of Geniza Fragments. Doctoral thesis (Ph.D), UCL (University College London). Green open access
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Muir, Simo; (2021) Suomenjuutalaisten evakuointisuunnitelmat Ruotsiin vuonna 1944. In: Tervonen, Miika and Leinonen, Johanna, (eds.) Vähemmistöt muuttajina: Näkökulmia suomalaisen muuttoliikehistorian moninaisuuteen. (pp. 123-148). Siirtolaisuusinstituutti: Turku, Finland. Green open access
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Rappak, Wojciech; (2021) Karski’s reports: the story and the history. Doctoral thesis (Ph.D), UCL (University College London). Green open access
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Smelik, WF; (2021) Introduction: Targum Studies in London, IOTS 2018. Aramaic Studies , 19 (1) pp. 1-3. 10.1163/17455227-20210001. Green open access
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Stern, S; Bultrighini, I; (2021) The seven-day week in the Roman Empire: origins, standardization, and diffusion. In: Calendars in the Making. (pp. 10-79). Brill: Leiden, Netherlands. Green open access
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Stern, S; Krakowski, E; (2021) The ‘oldest dated document of the Cairo Genizah’ (Halper 331): The Seleucid era and sectarian Jewish calendars. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society 10.1017/S1356186321000122. (In press). Green open access
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Vidro, N; (2021) Al-Qirqisānī’s account of historical Jewish calendars and its dependence on the commentary on Genesis by Saʿadya gaon: a study of Kitāb al-Anwār VII.1. Ginzei Qedem , 17 pp. 11-49. Green open access
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Vidro, N; (2021) Aviv barley and calendar diversity among Jews in eleventh-century Palestine. Journal of Jewish Studies , 72 (2) pp. 283-312. 10.18647/3504/jjs-2021. Green open access
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Vidro, N; (2021) Non-Rabbanite Jewish calendars in the works of Jacob al-Qirqisānī and Saadia Gaon. ALEPH: Historical Studies in Science and Judaism , 21 (1) Green open access
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Vidro, N; (2021) Dating medieval manuscripts with the help of calendars: an evaluation. Revue des Etudes Juives , 180 (1-2) pp. 193-205. 10.2143/REJ.180.1.3289442. Green open access
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Vidro, N; (2021) Reiterative calendars in medieval and early-modern Jewish manuscripts. In: Stern, S, (ed.) Calendars in Antiquity and the Middle Ages. (pp. 245-291). Brill: Leiden, The Netherlands. Green open access
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Yampolskaya, S; (2021) Evidence of a T/V distinction in European Hebrew. Journal of Historical Sociolinguistics , 7 (1) pp. 123-150. 10.1515/jhsl-2019-0006. Green open access
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