Prohibitions and Regulations in Slavic and Jewish Cultural Tradition
Academic series: Slavic & Jewish Cultures: Dialogue, Similarities, Differences
Editorial Board: S. Amosova, O. Belova (Ed.-in-chief), A. Grischenko, I. Kopchenova, V. Mochalova
Editorial Council: V. Dymshits (EU SPb, Saint Petersburg, Russia), M. Kaspina (RSUH, Moscow, Russia), D.-B. Kerler (IU, Blumington, USA), A. Kovelman (Lomonosov MSU, Moscow, Russia), V. Krutikov (MU, Ann-Arbor, USA), A. Moroz (HSE, Moscow, Russia), Petrukhin (Institute of Slavic Studies RAS, Moscow, Russia), Dr. L. Fialkova (Haifa University, Israel)
Prohibitions and Regulations in Slavic and Jewish Cultural Tradition / Ed.-in-chief. Î. Belova. – Ì., 2018. – 298 p.
The volume “Prohibitions and Regulations in Slavic and Jewish Cultural Tradition” (Ed.-in-chief. Î. Belova., Moscow, 2018) includes proceedings of the same called International conference, held in Moscow on December 6–8, 2017 by the Sefer Center for University Teaching of Jewish Civilization and the Center for Slavic-Jewish studies since 1995. The volume and the conference reflect the work on the fundamental academic project “Slavic & Jewish Cultures: Dialogue, Similarities, Differences”. 19 volumes dedicated to the analysis (historical, philosophical, linguistic, folklore, ethnographic, cultural) of the mechanisms of interaction of Slavic and Jewish traditions have been published since 1998 in the frame of the project.