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International Workshop. The Cairo Genizah as a documentary source for the Medieval Mediterranean

International Workshop. The Cairo Genizah as a documentary source for the Medieval Mediterranean

25/05/2022

23th June 2022. Salón de actos, Escuela de Estudios Árabes (CSIC), Granada

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9:40 Greetings

Bárbara Boloix Gallardo - Academic Secretary, Faculty of Philosophy and Letters Juan Antonio Macias Amoretti - Director, Department of Semitic Studies. María José Cano Pérez – Professor of Hebrew Language and Literature

10:00-11:30 Al-Garb in the Genizah. Chair: Mª Goretti Luis Cobreros (UGR)

10:00 Amir Ashur (Tel Aviv University), Rabbi Yosef ibn Megas – New Discoveries from the Genizah

10:20 José Martínez Delgado (University of Granada), The book on weak and geminative verbs in the Cairo Genizah

10:40 Marzena Zawanowska (University of Warsaw & Jewish Historical Institute), The Cairo Genizah as a documentary source for understanding Judah Halevi's Book of the Kuzari

11:00 María Ángeles Gallego (CCHS, CSIC), Apostasy under Almohad rule in the light of Genizah letters

11:20 Remarks and open questions

12:00-13:30 Al-Sharq in the Genizah. Chair: Tania María García Arévalo (UGR)

12:00 Avi Tal (Haifa University), The Cairo Genizah as a window into politics and ideology -Rabbi Tanḥum ha-Yerushalmi as a case study.

12:20 Zvi Stampfer (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem), Judicial Judeo-Arabic Manuscripts from the Cairo Genizah as Source for Medieval Mediterranean History

12:40 Nadia Vidro (Cambridge University), How to convert medieval Qaraite dates in documents from the Cairo Genizah and other sources

13:00 Benjamin Outhwaite (Cambridge University), Dedication colophons between the Genizah and the Firkovich collections

13:20 Remarks and open questions

Members of the academic committee (in alphabetical order): Amir Ashur (TLV University), María José Cano Pérez (UGR), María Ángeles Gallego (CSIC), José Martínez Delgado (UGR), Juan Pedro Monferrer Sala (UCO)

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