German Sages in the Thirteenth Century: Continuity or Crisis?,
Jewish Literature as a Link Between Arabic and Romance Poetry and Narrative: The Case of ʿImmanuʾel of Rome and his Maḥbarot (Cantos), S. 21-31.
Joachim J. M. S. Yeshaya
A Hebrew Elegy by Yosef ben Tanḥum Yerushalmi on the Death of his Father and the Mamluk Conquest of Acre, S. 33-52.
Italian and Ashkenazic Ofanim: Forms and Content Models,
Wout van Bekkum; Shinichi Yamamoto
“The Prophet Nathan has Come, with Shabbetay Ṣvi”: An Unknown Praise Poem from the Days of Early Sabbateanism,
Defining Karaite Faith in Early Nineteenth-Century Europe: A Poem on the Five Principles of Faith, S. 83-101.
How Jewish are Jewish Languages?, S. 103-119.
Rezensionen, S. 121-131.
Eingegangene Bücher, S. 133-134.