A TRAVELING HOMELAND: The Babylonian Talmud as Diaspora
This text envisions talmudic study as the center of a shared Jewish identity and a distinctive feature of the Jewish diaspora that defines it as a thing apart from other cultural migrations. Boyarin links the ongoing productivity of this bifocal cultural vision to the nature of this study.
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