Law

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Figura

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Published on February 25, 2022
Erich Auer­bach’s take on the study of the figura is not inde­pendent from the his­torical moment of anti-Judaism he was living in.

Mys­tical Foun­da­tions ‑Dailey

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Published on February 8, 2022
Both mar­ginal micro-literatures and mys­ticism offer them­selves as a modus loquendi a way of speaking, and a modus agenda (a way of acting) that com­ments upon or speaks to a center and speaks it otherwise.

Fifth Game

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Published on January 19, 2022
Bibles, however, are also folders and full archives of indi­vidual persons and some­times their families.

Third Game

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Published on January 19, 2022
Because what is at stake is too much: pos­session, property, ownership.

Republics of Dif­ference ‑Graubart

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Published on November 26, 2021
In 1475 two Jewish men, rabbi Mosé Maturel and his son-in-law Muysé, and a Christian friend, Alfonso de Córdoba, walked into the office of one of Seville’s many Christian notaries.