This collection of academic essays written by friends and colleagues of Professor Zev Garber, is a long-overdue tribute to an outstanding scholar, teacher, and mentor. Each contribution was written especially for this volume; none have been previously published. The various sections into which these essays are divided reflect the areas in which Professor Garber has devoted his own prodigious teaching and writing energies: the Holocaust, Jewish-Christian relations, philosophy and theology, history, biblical interpretation. Also included is a full bibliography of Professor Garber's own writings: books, articles both scholarly and popular, opinion pieces, and the like. The introduction by his good friend Steven Jacobs introduces Professor Garber to those who do not know him and reminds those who do of his important contributions to scholarship.at Purdue meant that books not reviewed or ending up as book-notes would continue to flow into the Purdue Library. ... MUSE was now a new development, but so far I had no real sense of how this was affecting the use of the journal by those who subscribed to the online database. I was also somewhat chagrined to discover that Purdue was one of the few major universities that was not a subscriber.
|Title||:||Maven in Blue Jeans|
|Author||:||Steven L. Jacobs, Zev Garber|
|Publisher||:||Purdue University Press - 2009-01-01|