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BAJS Book Prize 2020 Prize British Association of Jewish Studies  
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Journal of Jewish Studies Editorial Role Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies  
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The Journal of Jewish Studies, published in Oxford, is an international academic journal founded in 1948 for the promotion of research into all aspects of Jewish studies.Owned by the Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies since 1976, the Journal has become one of the leading forums in the world for new findings and discussions of Jewish history, literature and religion from Biblical times to the present day. A large reviews section and a list of Books Received keeps readers in touch with recent publications. The Journal appears twice a year in Spring and Autumn.
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Time, Astronomy, and Calendars Editorial Role Brill  
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Time, Astronomy, and Calendars: Texts and Studies brings together the fields of astronomy, astrology, calendars, chronology, and time reckoning, from Antiquity to the early modern period. These closely interrelated fields transcended ethnic, linguistic, and religious boundaries, especially in the medieval and early modern periods. This explains the importance of a single series covering the works of pagan, Christian, Islamic, Jewish, and other authors, written in languages including Greek, Latin, Arabic, Hebrew, and others. This series will focus on the Near East, Mediterranean, and Europe, but will not exclude contributions on astronomy, the calendar, and related fields from other parts of the world within the same time period.
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Searching for Exile - the Debate Media Appearance BBC 4 03-NOV-2013
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Professor Sacha Stern appeared on BBC Four in a debate chaired by Ed Stourton on the controversial documentary film ‘Search for Exile: Truth or Myth?’ (Ilan Ziv, 2013).
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