AHDUT, Eli: The Status of The Jewish Woman in Babylonia in the Talmudic Era. Hebrew University, 375 pp (Hebrew), August 1999.
AMID, Ya'acov: The Effectiveness of the Graphic Organizer as an Aid in the eaching of Talmudic Discourse. Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies, 157 pgs. (Hebrew), 1999.
FAUST, Avraham: The Social Structure of the Israelite Society during the 8th - 7th Centuries BCE according to the Archaeological Evidence. Bar Ilan University, 307 pgs. (Hebrew), 1999.
GARB, Jonathan: Power and Kavvanah in Kabbalah. Hebrew University, 338 pgs. (English), July 2000.
HABA, Ya'acov: Means Rea in Homicide According to Jewish Law. Bar Ilan University, 339 pgs. (Hebrew), 1999.
HARRIS, Robert: Modaot L'Arichat Hamikreh Etzel Parshanei Tzfon Tsorfat. Hebrew University, Magnes Press, 289-310 offprint (Hebrew).
HELMAN, Anat: The Development of Civil Society and Urban Culture in Tel-Aviv during the 1920s and 1930s. Hebrew University, 401 pgs. (Hebrew), 2000.
KRUTIKOV, Mikhail: Representations of Crisis in the Yiddish Novel, 1905-1914. Jewish Theological Seminary, UMI Dissertation Services, 372 pgs. (English), 1998.
LEVEEN, Adriane: Monumental Tasks: The Problem of Memory in The Book of Numbers. University of California, Berkeley, 304 pgs. (English), Spring 2000.
LEVINE, Michelle: The Poetics of Characterization in Nahmanides' Commentary on Genesis. New York University, UMI Dissertation Services, 784 pgs. (English), 2000.
MARGOLIN: Ron: The Interiorization of Religious Life and Thought at the Beginning of Hasidism: Its Sources and Epistemological Basis. Hebrew University, 400 pgs. (Hebrew), 1999.
PADRES, Ilana: The Biography of Ancient Israel. Hakibbutz Hameuchad Publishing. 136 pgs. (Hebrew), 2001.
POSEQ, Avigdor: Soutine: His Jewish Modality. Hebrew University.
RADZYNER, Amihai: Foundations of Dine Qenasot in Talmudic Law. Bar Ilan Univeristy, 388 pgs. (Hebrew), 2001.
RAMON, Einat: God, The Mother: A Critique of Domination in the Religious Zionist Thought of A.D. Gordon (1856-1922). Stanford University, 296 pgs. (English), 1999.
REBHUN, Uzi: Migration, Community and Identification: Jews in Late 20th Century America.
REGEV, Eyal: The Sadducean Halakhah and the Influence of the Sadducees on Social and Religious Life in the Land of Israel. Bar Ilan University, 345 pgs. (Hebrew), 1999.
ROSENBERG, Pnina: Visual Art in Southern French Concentration Camps as Reflecting the Every Day Life of the Inmates. University of Haifa, Vol. 1& 2, 1999.
SOKOLOVA, Alla: Architectural Environment of the Podolian Shtetls of 18th and 19th Centuries. 703 pgs. (Russian)n, 2000.
TA'IR, Uriel: The Jewish Identity of Educators Working in Jewish Schools (Russian) in the 1990's. Hebrew University, 183 pgs. (Hebrew), May 2000.
WARNKE, Nina: Reforming the New York Yiddish Theater: The Cultural Politics of Immigrant Intellectuals and the Yiddish Press, 1887-1910. Columbia University, 206 pgs. (English), 2001.
WATAD, Ali: Hamelis - A Lexicon attributed to Pinhas Hakohen ben Joseph Harrabban.
WEINBERG, Nancy: Labor Market Attainment in a Context of Mass Migration: Soviet Jewish Immigrants in Israel. Stanford University, 157 pgs. (English), 2000.
WEINGARTEN, Ettel: Psychological and Cosmological Love in Spinoza's Ethics Bearing in Mind Leone Ebreo's Dialogues of Love. Hebrew University, 388 pgs. in French, 2000.
WEISER, Keith: The Politics of Yiddish: Noyekh Prilutski and the Folksparty in Poland , 1900-1926. Columbia University, 374 pgs. (English), 2001.
WOLF, Michal: Legal Constraints on Wife-Beating in the Talmudic Literature and Jewish Law. 639-663 pgs. (English).