Brown Judaic Studies also publishes monographs
on Philo and related subjects in Hellenistic Judaism. These form
the sub-series The Studia Philonica Monograph Series.
The editorial structure of the series is parallel to that for the
Annual. Final responsibility lies once again with Ross Kraemer
of Brown University. Editor of the series is David
Hay, who is assisted by the same Advisory
board that has been instituted for the
Scholars are encouraged to submit manuscripts on Philo and Hellenistic
Judaism to Professor Hay, who will be willing to furnish more information
on conditions and requirements. Monographs will only be considered
if written in the English language (this applies less rigidly for
collected essays). English translations of works written in other
languages are warmly encouraged. Authors who are not native speakers
must ensure that their English is fluent and correct.
So far five monographs have appeared in the series:
- J. Kenny (ed.), The School of Moses:
Studies in Philo and Hellenistic Religion in Memory of Horst
R. Moehring , Brown Judaic Studies 304, Studia Philonica
Monographs 1 (Atlanta GA 1995), xi + 182 pages.
- E. Birnbaum, The Place of Judaism
in Philo's Thought: Israel, Jews, and Proselytes, Brown
Judaic Studies 290, Studia Philonica Monographs 2 (Atlanta GA
1996), xviii + 262 pages.
- M. Alexandre Jr., Rhetorical Argumentation
in Philo of Alexandria, Brown Judaic Studies 322, Studia
Philonica Monographs 3 (Atlanta 1999), xx + 322 pages
- G. E. Sterling (ed.), The Ancestral
Wisdom: Hellenistic Philosophy in Second Temple Judaism. Essays
of David Winston, Studia Philonica Monographs 4, Brown Judaic
Studies 331 (Providence RI 2001).
- A. C. Geljon, Philonic Exegesis in Gregory of Nyssa’s De Vita Moysis,
by Albert C. Geljon, 2002, BJS 333 Brown Judaic Studies 333, Studia Philonica Monographs 5 (Atlanta GA 2002), xii + 220 pages.
Before the inception of the Monograph series
a number of monographs on Philo were published as part of the
Brown Judaic Series.
- D. Winston, and J. Dillon, Two Treatises
of Philo of Alexandria: a Commentary on De Gigantibus and Quod
Deus Sit Immutabilis, Brown Judaic Series 25 (Chico CA 1983).
- L. Grabbe, Etymology in early Jewish
interpretation: the Hebrew names in Philo, Brown Judaic
Series 115 (Atlanta 1988).
- P. Borgen, Philo, John and Paul:
New Perspectives on Judaism and Early Christianity, Brown
Judaic Series 131 (Atlanta 1987).
- A. Mendelson, Philo's Jewish Identity,
Brown Judaic Series 161 (Atlanta 1988).
- D. Sly, Philo's Perception of Women,
Brown Judaic Series209 (Atlanta 1990).
- D. M. Hay (ed.), Both Literal and
Allegorical: Studies in Philo of Alexandria's Questions and
Answers on Genesis and Exodus, Brown Judaic Series 232 (Atlanta
For information on how to order volumes in the Studia Philonica
Monograph Series (and other volumes of the Brown Judaic Series),
the reader is asked to consult the publisher SBL
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