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כנס: שלושים שנה ל"מקדש הדממה"

הכנס, שנערך בשפה האנגלית, התקיים במכון הרטמן ובאוניברסיטה העברית והוקדש לתרומתו המתמשכת של הספר "מקדש הדממה" לחקר המקרא. בהשתתפות מיטב חוקרי התחום מן הארץ ומן העולם

Priestly Texts and Traditions

Thirty Years After Israel Knohl’s The Sanctuary of Silence

Day 1: Monday 8 July, Shalom Hartman Institute

Session 1: The Sanctuary of Silence and its Impact 

Donniel Hartman, President of the Shalom Hartman Institute,

Joachim Schaper, University of Aberdeen, Orit Avnery, Shalem College and Shalom Hartman Institute, Benjamin D. Sommer, Jewish Theological Seminary and Shalom Hartman Institute

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Session 2: Holiness and Temple 

Ishay Rosen-Zvi, Tel-Aviv University and Shalom Hartman Institute, Naphtali S. Meshel, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Biti Roi, The Schechter Institute and Shalom Hartman Institute

11

 

Session 3: Cult, Ritual and Ethics in the Priestly Tradition 

Raanan Eichler, Bar-Ilan University, Yitzhaq Feder, University of Haifa

11

 

Session 4: Priestly Theology and the Theology of P

Joachim Schaper, University of Aberdeen, Orit Malka, Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Shalom Hartman Institute

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Session 5: The Reception of P in Biblical Literature 

Rachel Frish, Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Shalom Hartman Institute

Breaking the Silence: Priestly Theology and the Divine Revelation to Job

Dalit Rom-Shiloni, Tel-Aviv University

Focusing on Reception: Jeremiah and Ezekiel's Priestly Heritage

Musical Event: Sanctuary and Sanctity (19:45–21:15)

Selected Reading: Dalia Cohen-Knohl; Shoshana Cohen

Piyyutim and Liturgical Music: Maureene Nehedar

Day 2: Tuesday, 9 July, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

// Greetings (9:00–9:15)

Noam Mizrahi, Chair of the Department of Bible, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Simcha Kogut, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Session 6: God’s Persona and Israel’s Destiny: The Priestly Story and the Book of Ezekiel

Gili Kugler, University of Haifa

Ezekiel's God in Pursuit of Recognition: A Catalyst for Self-Transformation

Simeon Chavel, University of Chicago

History or Literature? The Case of P

Session 7: Linguistic Aspects, Analogue and Digital 

Yair Segev, University of Zürich, and Gideon Yoffe, Tel-Aviv University

The Composition of the Priestly Literature in Light of Computerized Statistics

Nili Samet, Bar-Ilan University

The Diachrony of the Priestly Source: The Linguistic Aspect

Jeffrey Stackert, University of Chicago

The Role of Linguistic Features in Evaluating Priestly Strata

Session 8: The Redaction of the Pentateuch 

Itamar Kislev, University of Haifa

What Do We Mean When We Speak about the Redaction of the Pentateuch? A Study of Deut 32:48–52

Baruch J. Schwartz, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

A Key to the Composition of the Pentateuch: The Documents Tell Different Stories

Session 9: The Reception of P: Beyond the Bible 

Vered Noam, Tel-Aviv University

Second Temple Priestly Themes in Rabbinic Liturgy

Emanuel Tov, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Divine Names: Different Approaches and Writing Procedures in the Qumran Scrolls

Session 10: P and H: Components and Coherence 

(Hybrid Session)

Julia Rhyder, Harvard University

Leviticus 17 and the Boundaries of the Holiness Legislation

Gary A. Anderson, University of Notre Dame

Erecting and Disassembling the Tabernacle: Putting Exodus 40 in Conversation with Numbers 4

David M. Carr, Union Theological Seminary

P as a Multi-Scroll Collection

Session 11: Concluding Remarks, Israel Knohl

Academic Steering Committee:

Chair: Joachim Schaper, University of Aberdeen

Simeon Chavel, University of Chicago

Rachel Frish, Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Shalom Hartman Institute

Ishay Rosen-Zvi, Tel-Aviv University and Shalom Hartman Institute

Baruch J. Schwartz, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Michael Segal, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

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