文字与图像中的神龛:一份意大利犹太人手稿被揭露

The Tabernacle in Word & Image: An Italian Jewish Manuscript Revealed

Alessandro Guetta (Paris) uses an Italian Hebrew commentary on the biblical description of the ancient Israelite Tabernacle (mishkan),  Tavnit ha-mishkan by Malkiel Ashkenazi, as a case study in how manuscripts can be used by intellectual historians.

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宾夕法尼亚大学
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  • 完成时间大约为 5
  • 高级
  • 英语
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你将学到什么

How manuscripts help a scholar to write intellectual history. 

The basics of a remarkable Mantuan Jewish manuscript containing a copy of Malkiel Ashkenazi’s Tavnit ha-mishkan, and its historical context.

Some of the most important characteristics of early modern Jewish intellectual life.

How to reconstruct text editions from the signs of editorial processes.

课程概况

This mini-course introduces the use of early modern manuscripts for intellectual history—that is, the history of how ideas and the communication of those ideas changes over time. Professor Alessandro Guetta presents a case study constructed on a single, remarkable Hebrew manuscript from 17th-century Mantua, Malkiel Ashkenazi’s Tavnit ha-mishkan (University of Pennsylvania CAJS Rar Ms 460). By examining this work, an extended commentary on the structure and implements of the ancient Israelite Tabernacle (mishkan), Professor Guetta explores how the manuscript can help us understand early modern Jewish intellectual life. Written in Renaissance Italy, he explains that the textual “reconstruction” of the Tabernacle and Temple was in part a Jewish response to the importance of buildings and architectural expression for early Modern Italians. He also considers how other manuscript copies of the same text can be studied to determine the history of the text’s transmission and development across time, thus shedding light on the historical context in which they were produced. This course comprises five short video lectures (10–12 minutes each) that explore this manuscript, its editions, and how it opens a window into Italian Jewish intellectual life only possible by attention to the physical manuscript.

No previous knowledge of Jewish history, intellectual history, or manuscript studies is required. Nevertheless, this course will be most interesting to advanced students of Jewish and Early Modern history, and those interested in censorship, Jewish life in Early Modern Italy, and biblical commentary. It also introduces a fascinating, freely browsable, Italian Jewish text in the collection of the University of Pennsylvania.

课程大纲

A lecture in five parts delivered by Alessandro Guetta.
Accompanying multiple-choice quizzes.
Plus Discussion questions and bibliography to guide future inquiry.

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