Bamidbar is a peer-reviewed journal for Jewish Thought and Philosophy. Bamidbar takes its name from the Biblical experience “in the desert,” the opening words and the theme of the Book of Numbers and a crucially formative moment that foregrounds and frames the narratives of Jewish history and has become a constitutive element in Western historical narratives. In the wilderness, in exile, and on the way, Bamidbar signals the explorative, searching trajectory of exilic experience.
Bamidbar is published by Passagen Verlag, Vienna.
Issue 1.1 (2011): Perspectives on Jewish Philosophy
Issue 1.2 (2011): Rethinking the Theological-Political Complex: Derrida’s Spinoza
Issue 2.1 (2012): Jewish Nominalism?
Issue 2.2 (2012): Messianic Action
Issue 3.1 (2013): Jewish Women and the Shoah
Issue 3.2 (2013): Critical Theory and Jewish Thought: Critical Afterlives
Issue 4.1 (2014): Critical Theory and Jewish Thought: Antinomian Figures
Issue 4.2 (2014): Gender and Jewish Philosophy
Issue 5.1 (2015): Moses Mendelsson’s “Living Script” and the Question of Translation
Listen to the radio broadcast of the
Round Table Discussion with Vivian Liska, Ingo Zechner, and Willi Goetschel
(in German, Vienna, January 2012)
Read the eight page prospectus: Prospectus