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TRADITION’s Summer 2020 issue has just released and is on its way to subscribers’ mailboxes. Click here for the Table of Contents and access to select content (subscribers have full digital access).

Issue highlights: Mark Dratch eulogizes R. Norman Lamm; Joseph Dweck on “Rupture and Reconstruction” from the (overlooked) Sephardic perspective; Tonya Mittelman on her father, R. Aharon Lichtenstein, and women in the world of Torah study; Rav Shagar on two types of Anava; book reviews of new Maimonides scholarship, Shabbatai Zevi in modern Hebrew fiction, and more.

The issue also contains a 70-page essay concluding J. David Bleich’s series on the validity of DNA evidence in Jewish law, and marks the 50th anniversary of Rav Bleich’s authoring our “Survey of Recent Halakhic Literature” column.

(With the arrival of the Summer 2020 issue we have made our Winter 2020 issue open access.)

Get the issue right now for Kindle on Amazon.

[Published on August 10, 2020]

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