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Mémorial Annie Jaubert (1912–1980)


The book represents a collection of articles devoted to the memory of Annie Jaubert, a French scholar known for her research on the calendrical teachings of the Hebrew Bible, the Second Temple pseudepigrapha (1 Enoch, the Book of Jubilees), and Qumran literature. The articles discuss various aspects of Jaubert’s work on early Christian and Jewish calendars, including her solution to an old problem of the conflicting chronologies for the Passion Week in the Synoptic Gospels and the Gospel of John. The volume also contains the complete bibliography of Jaubert’s scholarly works and a biographical sketch of her life.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-59333-083-5
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Feb 4,2009
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 239
Languages: French, English
ISBN: 978-1-59333-083-5
$138.00
$82.80

The book represents a collection of articles devoted to the memory of Annie Jaubert (1912-1980), a French scholar known for her research on the calendrical teachings of the Hebrew Bible, the Second Temple pseudepigrapha (1 Enoch, the Book of Jubilees), and Qumran literature. The articles discuss various aspects of Jaubert’s pioneering work on early Christian and Jewish calendars, including her solution to an old problem of the conflicting chronologies for the Passion Week in the Synoptic Gospels and the Gospel of John. The volume also contains the complete bibliography of Jaubert’s scholarly works and a biographical sketch of her life.

Madeleine Petit is a research fellow at the National Scientific Research Centre (CNRS), France. She holds a Doctorat-ès-lettres in Hellenistic Philosophy from the University of Paris (Sorbonne). She has prepared critical editions of Philo’s work and has written extensively on various aspects of Hellenistic Judaism including Le phénomène religieux: introduction à l'histoire des religions (1966).

Basil Lourié is the editor in chief of Scrinium: Revue de patrologie, d'hagiographie critique et d'histoire ecclésiastique (St. Petersburg, Russia). He holds a Ph. D. in Philosophy from St. Petersburg State University. He has written extensively on theological, liturgical and hagiographical texts and traditions of the Christian Orient including Vocation of Abraham: The Idea of Monasticism and Its Realization in Egypt (2000) and Byzantine Philosophy: The Formative Period (2006).

Andrei A. Orlov, Ph.D. (1990) in Sociology, Russian Academy of Science, and Ph.D. (2003) in Theology, Marquette University, is an Assistant Professor of Christian Origins at Marquette University (Milwaukee). He has published extensively on the Old Testament pseudepigrapha including The Enoch-Metatron Tradition (2005) and From Apocalypticism to Merkabah Mysticism: Studies in the Slavonic Pseudepigrapha (2007).

The book represents a collection of articles devoted to the memory of Annie Jaubert (1912-1980), a French scholar known for her research on the calendrical teachings of the Hebrew Bible, the Second Temple pseudepigrapha (1 Enoch, the Book of Jubilees), and Qumran literature. The articles discuss various aspects of Jaubert’s pioneering work on early Christian and Jewish calendars, including her solution to an old problem of the conflicting chronologies for the Passion Week in the Synoptic Gospels and the Gospel of John. The volume also contains the complete bibliography of Jaubert’s scholarly works and a biographical sketch of her life.

Madeleine Petit is a research fellow at the National Scientific Research Centre (CNRS), France. She holds a Doctorat-ès-lettres in Hellenistic Philosophy from the University of Paris (Sorbonne). She has prepared critical editions of Philo’s work and has written extensively on various aspects of Hellenistic Judaism including Le phénomène religieux: introduction à l'histoire des religions (1966).

Basil Lourié is the editor in chief of Scrinium: Revue de patrologie, d'hagiographie critique et d'histoire ecclésiastique (St. Petersburg, Russia). He holds a Ph. D. in Philosophy from St. Petersburg State University. He has written extensively on theological, liturgical and hagiographical texts and traditions of the Christian Orient including Vocation of Abraham: The Idea of Monasticism and Its Realization in Egypt (2000) and Byzantine Philosophy: The Formative Period (2006).

Andrei A. Orlov, Ph.D. (1990) in Sociology, Russian Academy of Science, and Ph.D. (2003) in Theology, Marquette University, is an Assistant Professor of Christian Origins at Marquette University (Milwaukee). He has published extensively on the Old Testament pseudepigrapha including The Enoch-Metatron Tradition (2005) and From Apocalypticism to Merkabah Mysticism: Studies in the Slavonic Pseudepigrapha (2007).

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Contributor Biography

Basil Lourié

Basil Lourié is the editor in chief of "Scrinium: Revue de patrologie, d'hagiographiecritique et d'histoire ecclésiastique" (St. Petersburg, Russia). He holds a Ph. D. and a Dr. habil. in Philosophy from St. Petersburg State University. He has written extensively on theological, liturgical and hagiographical traditions of the Christian Orient with a special attention to the philosophical and logical topics in patristics as well as to the Second Temple Jewish and Early Christian liturgical calendars.

Andrei Orlov

Andrei A. Orlov, Ph.D. (1990) in Sociology, Russian Academy of Science, and Ph.D. (2003) in Theology, Marquette University, is an Associate Professor of Christian Origins at Marquette University (Milwaukee, USA). He has published extensively on the Old Testament pseudepigrapha including The Enoch-Metatron Tradition (Tübingen: Mohr-Siebeck, 2005) and From Apocalypticism to Merkabah Mysticism: Studies in the Slavonic Pseudepigrapha (Leiden: Brill, 2007).

Madeleine Petit

Madeleine Petit is a research fellow at the National Scientific Research Centre (CNRS), France. She holds a Doctorat-ès-lettres in the Hellenistic Philosophy from the University of Paris (Sorbonne). She has prepared critical editions of Philo’s work and has written extensively on various aspects of Hellenistic Judaism including Le phénomène religieux : introduction à l'histoire des religions (Paris: Bloud et Gay, 1966).