Contributors (A→Z)



Solomon da Silva Solis-Cohen (translation)
Solomon da Silva Solis-Cohen
Dr. Solomon Solis-Cohen (1857-1948) born in Philadelphia, was one of the founders of the Jewish Publication Society of America, and a member of its publication committee. A president of the Young Men's Hebrew Association of Philadelphia, he was also one of the founders and a member of the first board of editors of "The American Hebrew"; and a founder and trustee of the Jewish Theological Seminary Association. He was a member of the board of trustees of Gratz College, Philadelphia, president of the Philadelphia County Medical Society (1898-99), and recorder of the Association of American Physicians.
Moshe Shmi'el Dascola
Moshe Shmie'el Dascola was a scribe of the 14th and early 15th centuries. We are indebted to him for preserving the medieval Megillat Yehudit.
Abraham de Sola
Abraham de Sola
Abraham de Sola (September 18, 1825 – June 5, 1882) was a Canadian Rabbi, author, Orientalist, and scientist. Originating from a large renowned family of Rabbis and scholars, De Sola was recognized as one of the most powerful leaders of Orthodox Judaism in North America during the latter half of the nineteenth century.
Perle Derbaremdiger (Peretz)
Perle Derbaremdiger Peretz (estimated between 1711 and 1771) was the daughter of Malka Peretz and Rabbi Yisroel Peretz. She was the wife of the ḥassidic rebbe, Levi Yitsḥak of Berdichev, z"tl.
Lieba B. Ruth
Lauren Deutsch
Lieba B. Ruth is the nom du rituèle of Lauren W. Deutsch. Her FaceBook page, “Jewish and Solar Holiday Graphics”, has other new approaches to traditions for our time. A former stringer for JTA, she blogs at Trads in Contempo Life. She is an advocate of no less/more than 10 people in any minyan so there can be more minyanim, less building funds.
Uri DeYoung
Uri DeYoung
Uri DeYoung lives in Samaria, Israel.
Dimus Parrhesia Press
Dimus Parrhesia Press
Dimus Parrhesia Press is an independent print-publishing house dedicated to disseminating new and historical works of Jewish magic and myth, liturgy and theurgy, folklore and fantasy smuggled from across the River Sambatyon. We aim to revive a Jewish literary culture fascinated by fantastic lore and magical praxes.
David Dine Wirtschafter
David Dine Wirtschafter
David Dine Wirtschafter is the chief rabbi of Temple Adath Israel in Lexington, Kentucky.
Avi Dolgin
Avi Dolgin
Avi Dolgin is a Vancouver native and active member of Congregation Or Shalom.

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