Reintroduction of Second Temple literature in Jewish Customs: The Case of Tobit

Moshe Lavee is a senior lecturer in Talmud and Midrash in the department of Jewish History at the University of Haifa, and co-head of the new Interdisciplinary Centre for Genizah Research and Education in Haifa, and the chair of the Early Judaism and Rabbinic Program in the European Association of Biblical Studies. In addition to his studies on Aggadic Midrash in the communities of the Genizah, he works on themes of conversion to Judaism, gender and the construction and demarcation of identity in rabbinic Literature, and indulges in questions about the role of literary forms, intermingling of genres and the role of authorship in Rabbinic and adjacent literatures.

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