Proceedings of "Slavic and Jewish Culture" Conferences


Number - Count - Numerology in Slavic and Jewish Cultural Tradition

Collection of Articles (Sefer Center in cooperation with the Institute of Slavonic Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences). Moscow, 2015



The Circle of Life in Slavic and Jewish Cultural Tradition

Collection of Articles (Sefer Center in cooperation with the Institute of Slavonic Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences). Moscow, 2014

"Old" and "new" in Slavic and Jewish Cultural Tradition
Collection of Articles (Sefer Center in cooperation with the Institute of Slavonic Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences). Moscow, 2012


Wisdom – Righteousness – Holiness in Slavic and Jewish Cultural Tradition
Collection of Articles (Sefer Center in cooperation with the Institute of Slavonic Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences). Moscow, 2011














Dialogue of Generations in Slavic and Jewish Cultural Tradition 
Collection of Articles (Sefer Center in cooperation with the Institute of Slavonic Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences). Moscow, 2010



History - Myth - Folklore in Jewish and Slavic Cultural Tradition

Collection of Articles (Sefer Center in cooperation with the Institute of Slavonic Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences). Moscow,
2009




Previously the following editions were published by Sefer Center as part of the proceedings of "Slavic and Jewish Culture" Conferences:


2008 - Sacred Space in Slavic and Jewish Cultural Tradition

2007 - Popular Medicine and Magic in Slavic and Jewish Cultural Tradition

2006 - Dreams and Visions in Slavic and Jewish Cultural Tradition

2005 - Feast and Meal in the Slavic and Jewish Cultural Tradition


2004 - Festival – Rite – Ritual in the Slavic and Jewish Cultural Tradition


2003 - Close or Alien? Jews and Slavs in Mutual Reception. X–XX Centuries


2002 - Between Two Worlds: Demonology in Jewish and Slavic Cultural Tradition


2001 - The Concept of Miracle as Reflected in Slavic and Jewish Tradition and Folk Culture


2000 - The Concept of Sin as Reflected in Slavic and Jewish Tradition and Folk Culture