Recent Publications from Brody and Co.

As tweeted earlier last week, Prof. Brody of Hebrew University’s department of Talmud and Halakha has just published, along with Zvi Stampfer and Carmiel Cohen, a new edition of Otzar Ha-Geonim. Stay tuned for an in-depth review in the coming weeks, and, until then, check out the table of contents and introduction here. This new volume is part of a larger project, funded by the Israel Science Foundation, which will eventually fill in all the original volumes B.M. Lewin did not complete, as well as supplement the earlier volumes with more material.

And if you’re already calling the Ofek Institute or your preferred seforim store for a copy, you might want to think about asking them to save you a copy of Prof. Brody’s  Teshuvot Rav Natronai Gaon, first published in 1994, and recently reissued in a brand new edition.

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7 thoughts on “Recent Publications from Brody and Co.”

    1. Brody’s student Neri Ariel recently finished an MA thesis on ר’ יוסף ראש הסדר and is now writing a dissertation on him. I can’t think of anything else coming out of our beit midrash, but will keep you posted.

      1. this is not correct. i am working on publishing other Genizah book written in judeo arabic from rav samuel ben hofni gaon. i am the second editor of a book about rav yosef rosh haseder, and the ed. are Mordechai A. Fridmann and Nachem Illan.

  1. אגב, לא הצלחתי לאתר באתר את הכתובת שלהם ובגוגל זה מעט מסובך. האם תיאות להקל עליי את החיפוש ולשלוח לי את טלפון על מנת שאוכל להזמין במהרה את הספר הזה ותשובות ר”נ הנחוצים לי ביותר לעבודתי? אני לא בארץ ואני חושש שיאזלו לי עד שאספיק לחזור

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