Jay M. Harris

Jay M. Harris is Harvard College Professor and Harry Austryn Wolfson Professor of Jewish Studies, Harvard University.

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Cover: Maimonides after 800 Years: Essays on Maimonides and his InfluenceMaimonides after 800 Years: Essays on Maimonides and his InfluenceHarris, Jay M.HARDCOVER02/28/2008$65.00
Cover: The Pride of Jacob: Essays on Jacob Katz and His WorkThe Pride of Jacob: Essays on Jacob Katz and His WorkHarris, Jay M.HARDCOVER05/15/2002$35.00
Cover: The Pride of Jacob: Essays on Jacob Katz and His WorkThe Pride of Jacob: Essays on Jacob Katz and His WorkHarris, Jay M.PAPERBACK05/15/2002$15.00Currently unavailable
Cover: Studies in Medieval Jewish History and Literature, Volume IIIStudies in Medieval Jewish History and Literature, Volume IIITwersky, Isadore
Harris, Jay M.
PAPERBACK02/15/2001$20.95Currently unavailable
Cover: Rabbi Abraham Ibn Ezra: Studies in the Writings of a Twelfth-Century Jewish PolymathRabbi Abraham Ibn Ezra: Studies in the Writings of a Twelfth-Century Jewish PolymathTwersky, Isadore
Harris, Jay M.
PAPERBACK03/01/1994$16.50Currently unavailable
Cover: Rabbi Abraham Ibn Ezra: Studies in the Writings of a Twelfth-Century Jewish PolymathRabbi Abraham Ibn Ezra: Studies in the Writings of a Twelfth-Century Jewish PolymathTwersky, Isadore
Harris, Jay M.
HARDCOVER01/01/1993$32.50Currently unavailable
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