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''In questa bibliografia si noteranno la scarsità di testi in lingua italiana e l'abbondanza di fonti in lingua inglese. Ciò purtroppo è dovuto alla mia base accademica sviluppatasi soprattutto in istituti anglofoni, sebbene i testi in lingua italiana nel campo siano in verità scarsi, almeno di data recente. Si forniscono comunque riferimenti bibliografici anche in lingua tedesca, francese ed ebraica.
 
''Le materie trattate ed esaminate nei testi che seguono coprono svariate discipline accademiche e sono facilmente accessibili tramite biblioteche universitarie e/o istituzionali. I contenuti si collegano naturalmente al presente wikibook e trattano delle relazioni tra sacre scritture, interpretazione/esegesi, autorità religiosa, teologia ed ermeneutica, spesso con osservazioni originali e critica storica.
 
''La maggior parte delle note riportano alle fonti primarie, ma questa bibliografia fornisce titoli utili per coloro che cercano un approfondimento specialistico attraverso fonti secondarie.''
 
 
*S. W. Baron . ''A social and religious history of the Jews''. New York: Columbia University. 1952-.
Call #: DS 112 B37 1952
 
*S. D. Goitein and Association for Jewish Studies . ''Religion in a religious age: proceedings of regional conferences held at the University of California, Los Angeles, and Brandeis University in April, 1973''. Cambridge: Association for Jewish Studies. 1974.
Library of Congress categories: Judaism - History - Medieval and early modern period, 425-1789 / Cairo Genizah / Philosophy, Jewish / Judaism - Relations - Islam / Islam - Relations - Judaism.
 
*Y. A. (. R. M. Markus . ''The Jew in the medieval world: a source book, 315-1791''. Cincinnati: Sinai Press. 1938.
Library of Congress categories: Jews - History - Sources / Jews - Political and social conditions.
 
*I. Twersky . ''Studies in Jewish law and philosophy''. 1982.
Library of Congress categories: Jewish law - History / Judaism - History - Medieval and early modern period, 425-1789 / Maimonides, Moses, 1135-1204. Mishneh Torah / Judaism - France - Provence - History.
 
*I. Twersky . ''Studies in medieval Jewish history and literature''. Harvard University. Center for Jewish Studies : Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University. Center for Jewish Studies. 1979-.
Library of Congress categories: Judaism - History - Medieval and early modern period, 425-1789 / Philosophy, Jewish / Philosophy, Medieval.
 
*E. L. Greenstein . "Medieval Bible Commentaries." in: B. W. Holtz, ed., ''Back to the Sources''. New York: Summit Books. 1984.
Library of Congress categories: Judaism - History - Sources.
 
*L. Jacobs . ''Jewish biblical exegesis''. New York: Behrman House. 1973.
Library of Congress categories: Bible. O.T. - Criticism, interpretation, etc., Jewish / Bible. O.T. - Commentaries.
 
*F. Talmage. "Apples of Gold: The Inner Meaning of Sacred Texts in Medieval Judaism." in: A. Green, ed., ''Jewish Spirituality--From the Bible through the Middle Ages'' [Vol. 1] London: Routledge & Kegan Paul. 1986.
Library of Congress categories: Spiritual life - Judaism / Spiritual life - Biblical teaching / Rabbinical literature - History and criticism / Judaism - History / Judaism - 20th century.
 
*Aaron ha-Levi of Barcelona (13th cent) and C. Wengrov (transl.). ''The Hinukh''. 1978.
Library of Congress categories: Commandments, Six hundred and thirteen.
 
*M. Elon . ''The Principles of Jewish law''. Jerusalem: Encyclopaedia Judaica. 1975.
Library of Congress categories: Jewish law.
 
*M. A. Friedman . ''Jewish Marriage in Palestine: A Cairo Geniza Study''. Tel-Aviv and New York: Tel Aviv University and the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. 1980.
Library of Congress categories: Marriage (Jewish law) / Marriage - Palestine / Ketubah / Cairo Genizah / Jews - Palestine - Social life and customs / Jews - Marriage customs and rites. Call #: BM 713 F74 1980
 
*H. L. Strack and G. Stemberger . ''Introduction to the Talmud and Midrash''. Minneapolis: Fortress Press. 1992.
Library of Congress categories: Talmud - Introductions. Midrash - History and criticism. Tannaim. Amoraim. Saboraim. Rabbinical literature - Bibliography.
 
*I. Twersky . ''Rabad of Posquieres: a twelfth-century Talmudist''. 1962.
Library of Congress categories: Abraham ben David, of Posquieres, 1125(ca)-1198.
 
*Bowker, John. ''The Targums and Rabbinic Literature: An Introduction to Jewish Interpretations of Scripture''. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2009.
 
*Holtz, Barry W. ''Back to the Sources: Reading the Classic Jewish Texts''. New York: Summit, 1984.
 
 
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