JERUSALEM STUDIES IN JEWISH FOLKLORE



JERUSALEM STUDIES IN JEWISH FOLKLORE
XVII

Editors
TAMAR ALEXANDER, GALIT HASAN-ROKEM , SHALOM SABAR

Jerusalem 1995

CONTENTS

Yaron Z. Eliav What Happened to Rabbi Abbahu at the Tiberian Bath-House - The Place of Realia and Daily Life in the Talmudic AggadaJerusalem Studies
Israel M. Ta-Shma The Danger of Drinking Water During the Tequfa - The History of an Idea
Shmuel Verses Magical and Demonological Phenomena as Treated Satirically by Maskilim of Galicia
Tamar Alexander,
Galit Hasan-Rokem
The Multivalent Construction of Ethos in the Proverbs of a Sephardic Woman
Olga Goldberg-Mulkiewicz The Image of the Jew in the Polish Nativity Folk Theatre


Towards a History of Folkloristics
Erving Goffman On Fieldwork (translation with an introduction by Hagit Matrass)
Review
Ilana Rosen German Folkloristic Research in the Service of Nazi Ideology - on: Hannjost Lixfeld, The Reich Instituiefor German Volkskunde, and James R. Dow & Hannjost Lixfeld (eds.), The Nazification of an Academic Discipline
Michael Riegler Index to Volumes I Through XVI of Jerusalem Studies in Jewish Folklore

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