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On the Third Yeshivah of Bavel: A Response to Robert Brody

On the Third Yeshivah of Bavel: A Response to Robert Brody T HE J EWISH Q UA R T E R LY R EVIEW , Vol. 109, No. 2 (Spring 2019) 289–320 On the Third Yeshivah of Bavel: A Response to Robert Brody HAYM SOLOVEITCHIK For Alfred Haverkamp L ET M E BEG I N by thanking Professor Brody for the attention that he has given to my essay “The ‘Third Yeshivah of Bavel’ and the Cultural Origins of Ashkenaz—A Proposal” (his essay in response appears in this issue of JQR). He himself is a renowned expert on geonica and has fur- ther drawn on the expertise of many equally distinguished scholars: the medieval Jewish historian of Ashkenaz and unquestioned authority of Jewish-Christian polemics, David Berger ; the authority on rabbinic chronology and master of the editing of rabbinic texts, Chaim Milikow- 1. Robert Brody, “On the Dissemination of the Babylonian Talmud and the Origins of Ashkenazi Jewry,” JQR 109.2 (Spring 2019): 265–288. All future refer- ences to this essay will be indicated by RB plus page number. 2. Dr. Brody writes in the first footnote of his essay (RB 265): “David Berger was the respondent when Soloveitchik lectured on the subject at the 2013 World Congress of Jewish Studies, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Jewish Quarterly Review University of Pennsylvania Press

On the Third Yeshivah of Bavel: A Response to Robert Brody

Jewish Quarterly Review , Volume 109 (2) – May 15, 2019

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T HE J EWISH Q UA R T E R LY R EVIEW , Vol. 109, No. 2 (Spring 2019) 289–320 On the Third Yeshivah of Bavel: A Response to Robert Brody HAYM SOLOVEITCHIK For Alfred Haverkamp L ET M E BEG I N by thanking Professor Brody for the attention that he has given to my essay “The ‘Third Yeshivah of Bavel’ and the Cultural Origins of Ashkenaz—A Proposal” (his essay in response appears in this issue of JQR). He himself is a renowned expert on geonica and has fur- ther drawn on the expertise of many equally distinguished scholars: the medieval Jewish historian of Ashkenaz and unquestioned authority of Jewish-Christian polemics, David Berger ; the authority on rabbinic chronology and master of the editing of rabbinic texts, Chaim Milikow- 1. Robert Brody, “On the Dissemination of the Babylonian Talmud and the Origins of Ashkenazi Jewry,” JQR 109.2 (Spring 2019): 265–288. All future refer- ences to this essay will be indicated by RB plus page number. 2. Dr. Brody writes in the first footnote of his essay (RB 265): “David Berger was the respondent when Soloveitchik lectured on the subject at the 2013 World Congress of Jewish Studies,

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Jewish Quarterly ReviewUniversity of Pennsylvania Press

Published: May 15, 2019

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