January 22, 2005

by Reb Yudel
What's new in heresy?

Anybody hear anything about last week's conference at Princeton,
"Making Selves and Marking Others: Heresy and Self-Definition in Late Antiquity"?

Of particular interest to Talmudists would be Burton L. Visotzky's session, “Goys Rn't Us: Rabbinic Anti-Gentile Polemic in Yerushalmi Berachot 9:1 as a Means of Exploring Communal Borders within the Social and Religious Context of Late-Antique Christian Rome.”

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