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. . Belova. – ., 2018. 298 p.

The volume “Prohibitions and Regulations in Slavic and Jewish Cultural Tradition” (Ed.-in-chief. . Belova., Moscow, 2018) includes proceedings of the same called International conference, held in Moscow on December 68, 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.

ISSN 2658-3356

ISBN 978-5-7576-0423-7

DOI 10.31168/2658-3356



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Svetlana Babkina The Laws of the Temple and the Proper Sleep in Biblical and Rabbinic traditions

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Natalya Kireeva A Third of All Nights: Qumran Laws on the Night-Time Sacred Texts Studies

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Mikhail Karanaev Marriage Prohibitions in the Hasmoneans’ Dynastic Politics

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Anna Luneva Prayer Birkat ha-Minim (Blessing of heretics) and the Ban on Participation in the Synagogue Liturgy

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Valery Dymshits Commandment or Good Deed? The Concept of Mitzvah in the Traditions of East European Jews

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Victoria Mochalova Jewish Minority in the Context of Polish Law

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Andrey Shpirt Live and Die in the Village. Relations Between Jews and Peasants in the Eastern Part of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in the 17th Century

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Tatyana Khizhaya No Worshipping the Images of Saints... : the Perception of the Biblical Pohibition in the Culture of the Russian Subbotniks in the 18th 19th Centuries

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Aleksandr Ostrovskii Russian Peasants Beliefs on Krovosmeshenie in the Late 19th Century (on Materials of Fund of Vladimir N. Tenishev)

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Natalia Dusacova Everyday Interactions of Old Believers with Adherents of Different Faiths: Current Prohibitions and Prescriptions in Texts and Practices

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Danila Rygovskiy Pure, Profane and Filthy: Old Believers Conceptualization of Ritual Purity

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Galina Zelenina Family, Philosophy, Fitness: On Female Education in a Chassidic Community

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Igor Semenov The Mountain Jews Rituals Shende, Oftum and Kekul, and Prescriptions Associated with Them

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Aleksandra Pesetskaia All is White: The Prohibitions of the Doctrine and Practice of the Mari Sect Kugu Sorta

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Svetlana Pogodina Contemporary Money Magic: Taboos and Prescriptions (on Latvian Material)

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Olga Belova Etiology of Prohibitions and Regulations in the Mirror of Folk Legends and Beliefs

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Valentina Zaporozhets Prohibitions and Regulations in Poshekhonye

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Galina Eliasberg Prohibitions and Prescriptions about Family Life in the Work of I. Teneromo

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