Yale plans to publish new 10-volume anthology on Jewish culture and arts
As I detailed in the New York Times’ Artsblog, Yale University Press is planning a new anthology of Jewish writers, artists and intellectuals figures, including E.L. Doctorow, Saul Bellow, Alan Dershowitz, Tom Friedman, Cynthia Ozick, Louise Nevelson, Frank Gehry and so on and so on. It starts with the Second Millennium B.C.E. and goes from there.
“Yale University Press and the Posen Foundation are embarking on a 10-volume anthology that covers more than 3,000 years of Jewish cultural artifacts, texts and paintings. “This monumental project includes the best of Jewish culture in its historical and global entirety,” the editor in chief, James E. Young, a professor of English and Judaic Studies at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, said in a news release. “It will provide future generations with a working legacy by which to recover and comprehend Jewish culture and civilization.””
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