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Encyclopedia > Norman Golb

Norman Golb (1928- )is the Ludwig Rosenberger Professor in Jewish History and Civilizationat the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago. He earned his PhD from Johns Hopkins University in 1954. The Oriental Institute (OI) is the University of Chicagos archeology museum and research center for ancient Near Eastern studies. ... The University of Chicago is a private co-educational university located in Chicago, Illinois, founded in 1890, doors opened in 1892. ... PhD usually refers to the academic title Doctor of Philosophy PhD can also refer to the manga Phantasy Degree This is a disambiguation page — a list of pages that otherwise might share the same title. ... The Johns Hopkins University is a private institution of higher learning located in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. ...


Publications

  • (1998) The Jews in medieval Normandy: A social and intellectual history New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • (1997) Judaeo-Arabic studies: proceedings of the Founding Conference of the Society for Judaeo-Arabic Studies Amsterdam: Harwood Academic Publishers. (Conference Proceedings from the Founding Conference of the Society for Judaeo-Arabic Studies)
  • (1995) Who wrote the Dead Sea scrolls?: The search for the secret of Qumran New York: Scribner.
  • (1994) "The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Ethics of Museology" (Journal Article in The Aspen Institute quarterly: AQ : issues and arguments for leaders )
  • (1992) "The Freeing of the Scrolls and Its Aftermath" (Journal Article in The Qumran chronicle)
  • (1992) "The Qumran-Essene Hypothesis: A Fiction of Scholarship" (Journal Article in The Christian century)
  • (1990) "Khirbet Qumran and the Manuscripts of the Judaean Wilderness: Observations on the Logic of their Investigation" (Journal Article in Journal of Near Eastern studies)
  • (1989) "The Dead Sea Scrolls: A New Perspective" (Journal Article in The American scholar)
  • (1985) Les Juifs de Rouen au Moyen Age: Portrait d'une culture oubliée Rouen: Université de Rouen. (Book in the series Publications de l’Université de Rouen )
  • (1984) "A Marriage Document from Wardunia de-Baghdad" (Journal Article in Journal of Near Eastern studies)
  • (with Omeljan Pritsak. (1982) Khazarian Hebrew documents of the tenth century Ithaca: Cornell University Press.
  • (1980) "The Problem of Origin and Identification of the Dead Sea Scrolls" (Journal Article in Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society held at Philadelphia for promoting useful knowledge)
  • (1976) Toledot hayehudim be'ir rouen bimé habenayim Tel Aviv, Israel: Dvir Publishing House.
  • (1973) A Judaeo-Arabic Court Document of Syracuse, A.D. 1020 (Journal Article in Journal of Near Eastern studies )
  • (1972) Spertus College of Judaica Yemenite manuscripts Chicago: Spertus College of Judaica Press.
  • (1967) The Music of Obadiah the Proselyte and his Conversion (Journal Article in The Journal of Jewish studies)
  • (1965) Notes on the Conversion of Prominent European Christians to Judaism During the Eleventh Century (Journal Article in The Journal of Jewish studies)
  • (1957) "Literary and Doctrinal Aspects of the Damascus Covenant in the Light of Karaite Literature" (Journal Article in The Jewish Quarterly Review: New Series)
  • (1957) "Sixty Years of Genizah Research" (Journal Article in Judaism)

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