Biblical Bibliographies
Charles Conroy [www.cjconroy.net]



Jeremiah: Reception and Interpretation
(A) Jewish Sources prior to 1800


The bibliography is divided into six sections as follows:

I.    Overview presentations of the reception-history of Jer

Callaway, M. C., Jeremiah through the Centuries (Wiley Blackwell Bible Commentaries; Hoboken, N.J.: Wiley-Blackwell, 2020).

Fischer, G., et al., "Jeremiah (Book and Person)", EBR 13 (2016) 908-948. Details: I. Hebrew Bible/Old Testament (Georg Fischer) 908-918 [reprinted in G. Fischer, Jeremiah Studies: From Text and Contexts to Theology (FAT 139; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2020) 31-40]; II. New Testament (Michael P. Knowles) 918-920; III. Judaism (920-932): A. Second Temple and Hellenistic Judaism (Dean O. Wenthe) 920-923; B. Rabbinic Judaism (Ishay Rosen-Zvi) 923-926; C. Medieval Judaism (Kay Joe Petzold and Barry Dov Walfish) 926-928; D. Modern Judaism (Sam Berrin Shonkoff) 928-931; E. Jewish Liturgy and Music (Kay Joe Petzold and Barry Dov Walfish) 931-932; IV. Christianity (932-938): A. Patristics and Orthodox Churches (Dean O. Wenthe) 932-934; B. Medieval Times (George Ferzoco) 935; C. Reformation Era (Dean O. Wenthe) 935-937; D. Modern Europe and America (Andrew G. Shead) 937-938; V. Islam (David Thomas) 938-939; VI. Literature (Marc Bosco and Anthony Swindell) 939-940; VII. Visual Arts (Reuben Sanchez) 940-944; VIII. Music (Nils Holger Petersen and Brian W. Nail) 944-947; IX. Film (Rhonda Burnette-Bletsch) 947-948.

Lange, A. – M. Weigold, Biblical Quotations and Allusions in Second Temple Jewish Literature (JAJSup 5; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2011), esp. 141-147.

Najman, H. – K. Schmid (eds.), Jeremiah's Scriptures: Production, Reception, Interaction, and Transformation (JSJSup 173; Leiden: Brill, 2016). [many of the essays are noted specifically below]

Siedlecki, A., "Jeremiah, Book of (Interpretation through the 19th Century)", in J. H. Hayes (gen. ed.), Dictionary of Biblical Interpretation ( Nashville, TN: Abingdon, 1999) I (A-J) 564-570.

Tarrer, S. B., Reading with the Faithful: Interpretation of True and False Prophecy in the Book of Jeremiah from Ancient Times to Modern (Journal of Theological Interpretation Supplements, 6; Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2013).

Wolff, C., Jeremia im Frühjudentum und Urchristentum (Texte und Untersuchungen zur Geschichte der Altchristlichen Literatur, 118; Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 1976).

II.    Reception of Jer within the Hebrew Bible and Greek OT [for the "seventy years" motif see here and for the "new covenant" see here]

Abecassis, A., "À la naissance du judaïsme et du christianisme", Lumière et Vie t.32, n.165 (1983) 59-68. [The whole issue is on "Jérémie, la passion du prophète"]

Barton, J., "Jeremiah in the Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha", in A. R. P. Diamond – K. M. O'Connor – L. Stulman (eds), Troubling Jeremiah (JSOTSup 260; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1999) 306-317.

Boase, E., "Jeremiah in Lamentations", in L. Stulman – E. Silver (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Jeremiah (Oxford Handbooks; New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2021) 486-503.

Jiang, Z., "The Meanings of the Jerusalem Temple in Baruch. A Response to Judith H. Newman", in H. Najman – K. Schmid (eds.), Jeremiah's Scriptures: Production, Reception, Interaction, and Transformation (JSJSup 173; Leiden: Brill, 2016) 259-262.

Lange, A., "The Book of Jeremiah in the Hebrew and Greek Texts of Ben Sira", in I. Himbaza (ed.), Making the Biblical Text: Textual Studies in the Hebrew and the Greek Bible. With the collaboration of M.-G. Roth-Mouthon (OBO 275 / Publications of the Institut Dominique Barthélemy, 1; Fribourg: Academic Press; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2015) 118-161.

Lange, A., "Jeremia in den Makkabäerbüchern", in F. Avemarie – P. Bukovec – S. Krauter – M. Tilly (eds.), Die Makkabäer (WUNT 382; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2017) 209-219.

Lasater, P. M., "Text Reception and Conceptions of Authority in Second Temple Contexts. A Response to Judith H. Newman", in H. Najman – K. Schmid (eds.), Jeremiah's Scriptures: Production, Reception, Interaction, and Transformation (JSJSup 173; Leiden: Brill, 2016) 263-267.

Newman, J. H., "Confessing in Exile: The Reception and Composition of Jeremiah in (Daniel and) Baruch", in H. Najman – K. Schmid (eds.), Jeremiah's Scriptures: Production, Reception, Interaction, and Transformation (JSJSup 173; Leiden: Brill, 2016) 229-252.

Newman, J. H., Before the Bible: The Liturgical Body and the Formation of Scriptures in Early Judaism (Oxford & New York: Oxford University Press, 2018), esp. 53-74 [= Chapter 2 "Confessing in Exile: The Reception and Composition of Jeremiah in (Daniel) and Baruch"] [cf. her 2016 essay above]

Popović, M., "Scribal Culture of the Hebrew Bible and the Burden of the Canon: Human Agency and Textual Production and Consumption in Ancient Judaism. A Response to Judith H. Newman", in H. Najman – K. Schmid (eds.), Jeremiah's Scriptures: Production, Reception, Interaction, and Transformation (JSJSup 173; Leiden: Brill, 2016) 253-258.

III.    Reception of Jer at Qumran, esp. the "Apocryphon of Jeremiah" [for the Qumran biblical fragments of Jer see here]

1.   Text-Editions of the "Apocryphon of Jeremiah"

Davis, K., "4Q481d frg. 3 – A New Fragment of 4QApocryphon of Jeremiah Cb (4Q387)", Semitica 56 (2014) 213-230.

Dimant, D., "An Apocryphon of Jeremiah from Cave 4 (4Q385B = 4Q385 16)", in G. J. Brooke – F. García Martínez (eds.), New Qumran Texts and Studies. Proceedings of the First Meeting of the International Organization for Qumran Studies, Paris 1992 (STDJ 15; Leiden: Brill, 1994) 11-30.

Dimant, D., "Apocryphon of Jeremiah", in D. Dimant, Qumran Cave 4, XXI: Parabiblical Texts, Part 4: Pseudo-Prophetic Texts (DJD XXX; Oxford: Clarendon, 2001) 89-260.

Dimant, D., "L'Apocryphe de Jérémie C de Qoumrân", RHPR 85 (2005) 497-515.

Tigchelaar, E., "Nebuchadnezzar Found and Forgotten: a New Fragment of 4Q385a (4QApocryphon of Jeremiah Ca) 18 i", in J. J. Collins – A. Geyser-Fouché (eds.), Scribal Practice, Text and Canon in the Dead Sea Scrolls: Essays in Memory of Peter W. Flint (STDJ 130; Leiden: Brill, 2019) 126-132.

2.   Studies on Qumran reception of Jeremiah

Brooke, G. J., "The Book of Jeremiah and its Reception in the Qumran Scrolls", in A. H. W. Curtis – T. Römer (eds.), The Book of Jeremiah and Its Reception. Le livre de Jérémie et sa réception (BETL 128; Leuven: Leuven University Press & Peeters, 1997) 183-205.

Brooke, G. J., "Modelling Jeremiah Traditions in the Light of the Dead Sea Scrolls. A Response to Eibert Tigchelaar", in H. Najman – K. Schmid (eds.), Jeremiah's Scriptures: Production, Reception, Interaction, and Transformation (JSJSup 173; Leiden: Brill, 2016) 307-318.

Crawford, S. W., "Jeremiah, Book of: Pseudo-Jeremiah", in L. H. Schiffman – J. C. VanderKam (eds.), Encyclopedia of the Dead Sea Scrolls (New York: Oxford University Press, 2000) 1:400-402.

Davis, K., "Prophets of Exile: 4QApocryphon of Jeremiah C, Apocryphal Baruch, and the Efficacy of the Second Temple", JSJ 44 (2013) 497-529.

Davis, K., The Cave 4 Apocryphon of Jeremiah and the Qumran Jeremianic Traditions: Prophetic Persona and the Construction of Community Identity (STDJ 111; Leiden: Brill, 2014).

Dimant, D., "A New Apocryphon of Jeremiah from Qumran: A Presentation," Henoch 22 (2000) 169-196.

Dimant, D., "From the Book of Jeremiah to the Qumranic Apocryphon of Jeremiah", DSD 20 (2013) 452-471. Reprinted under the title, "From the Book of Jeremiah to the Qumranic Apocryphon of Jeremiah C", in D. Dimant, From Enoch to Tobit: Collected Studies in Ancient Jewish Literature (FAT 114; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2017) 295-310.

Dimant, D., "Jeremiah at Qumran", in L. Stulman – E. Silver (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Jeremiah (Oxford Handbooks; New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2021) 504-519.

Doering, L., "Jeremia in Babylonien und Ägypten. Mündliche und schriftliche Toraparänese für Exil und Diaspora nach 4QApocryphon of Jeremiah C", in W. Kraus – K.-W. Niebuhr (eds.), Frühjudentum und Neues Testament im Horizont Biblischer Theologie. Mit einem Anhang zum Corpus Judaeo-Hellenisticum Novi Testamenti (WUNT II/162; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2003) 50-79.

Jenni, H., "Zum Jeremia-Apokryphon," in B. Huwyler – H.-P. Mathys – B. Weber (eds.), Prophetie und Psalmen. Festschrift für Klaus Seybold zum 65. Geburtstag (AOAT 280; Münster, Ugarit-Verlag, 2001) 99-114.

Klein, A., "New Material or Traditions Expanded? A Response to Eibert Tigchelaar", in H. Najman – K. Schmid (eds.), Jeremiah's Scriptures: Production, Reception, Interaction, and Transformation (JSJSup 173; Leiden: Brill, 2016) 319-326.

Lange, A., "The Text of Jeremiah in the 'War Scroll' from Qumran", in N. Dávid – A. Lange – K. De Troyer – S. Tzoref (eds.), The Hebrew Bible in Light of the Dead Sea Scrolls (FRLANT 239; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2012) 95-116.

Lange, A., "The Textual History of the Book of Jeremiah in Light of its Allusions and Implicit Quotations in the Qumran Hodayot", in J. Penner – K. M. Penner – C. Wassen (eds.), Prayer and Poetry in the Dead Sea Scrolls and Related Literature: Essays in Honor of Eileen Schuller on the Occasion of Her 65th Birthday (STDJ 98; Leiden: Brill, 2012) 251-284.

Lange, A., "Texts Within Texts: The Text of Jeremiah in the Exegetical Literature from Qumran", in A. Feldman – M. Cioată – C. Hempel (eds.), Is There a Text in This Cave? Studies in the Textuality of the Dead Sea Scrolls in Honour of George J. Brooke (STDJ 119; Leiden: Brill, 2017) 187-208.

Lange, A., "The Text of the Book of Jeremiah according to Barkhi Nafshi and the Rule of Benedictions", in A. B. Perrin – S. K. Baek – D. K. Falk (eds.), Reading the Bible in Ancient Traditions and Modern Editions: Studies in Memory of Peter W. Flint (EJL 47; Atlanta, GA: SBL Press, 2017) 289-306.

Lange, A., "Texts of Jeremiah in the Qumran Library", in J. Lundbom – C. A. Evans – B. Anderson (eds.), The Book of Jeremiah: Composition, Reception, and Interpretation (VTSup 178 / Formation and Interpretation of Old Testament Literature, 8; Leiden: Brill, 2018) 280-302.

Nati, J., "Unities and Boundaries across the Jeremianic Dead Sea Scrolls. A Response to Eibert Tigchelaar", in H. Najman – K. Schmid (eds.), Jeremiah's Scriptures: Production, Reception, Interaction, and Transformation (JSJSup 173; Leiden: Brill, 2016) 327-329.

Reynolds, B. H., "Chapter 5: Apocryphon of Jeremiah C", in B. H. Reynolds, Between Symbolism and Realism: The Use of Symbolic and Non-Symbolic Language in Ancient Jewish Apocalypses 333–63 B.C.E. (JAJSup 8; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2011) 263-326.

Tamási, B., "Apocryphon of Jeremiah C from Qumran: Rewritten Prophetic Text or Something Else?", in J. Zsengellér (ed.), Rewritten Bible After Fifty Years: Texts, Terms, or Techniques? A Last Dialogue with Geza Vermes (JSJSup 166; Leiden: Brill, 2014) 203-219.

Tigchelaar, E., "Jeremiah's Scriptures in the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Growth of a Tradition", in H. Najman – K. Schmid (eds.), Jeremiah's Scriptures: Production, Reception, Interaction, and Transformation (JSJSup 173; Leiden: Brill, 2016) 289-306.

IV.    Reception of Jer in other ancient Jewish texts

1.   General Studies

Adams, S. A., "Jeremiah in the Old Testament Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha", in J. Lundbom – C. A. Evans – B. Anderson (eds.), The Book of Jeremiah: Composition, Reception, and Interpretation (VTSup 178 / Formation and Interpretation of Old Testament Literature, 8; Leiden: Brill, 2018) 359-378.

Barton, J., "Jeremiah in the Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha", in A. R. P. Diamond – K. M. O'Connor – L. Stulman (eds), Troubling Jeremiah (JSOTSup 260; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1999) 306-317.

Goldstein, R., "Jeremiah between Destruction and Exile: From Biblical to Post-Biblical Traditions", DSD 20 (2013) 433-451.

2.   Jeremiah in Philo and Josephus

Avioz, M., "Jeremiah and His Book in Josephus's Writings", in J. Lundbom – C. A. Evans – B. Anderson (eds.), The Book of Jeremiah: Composition, Reception, and Interpretation (VTSup 178 / Formation and Interpretation of Old Testament Literature, 8; Leiden: Brill, 2018) 379-393.

Begg, C. T., "Jeremiah under Jehoiakim according to Josephus (Ant. 10.89-95)", AbrN 33 (1996) 1-16.

Begg, C. T., "Jeremiah under King Zedekiah according to Ant. 10.102-130", REJ 156 (1997) 7-42.

Bloch, R., "Philo and Jeremiah: A Mysterious Passage in De Cherubim. A Response to Gregory E. Sterling", in H. Najman – K. Schmid (eds.), Jeremiah's Scriptures: Production, Reception, Interaction, and Transformation (JSJSup 173; Leiden: Brill, 2016) 431-442.

Cohen, S. J. D., "Josephus, Jeremiah, and Polybius", History and Theory 21 (1982) 366-381.

Ferda, T. S., "Jeremiah 7 and Flavius Josephus on the First Jewish War", JSJ 44 (2013) 158-173.

Sterling, G. E., "Jeremiah as Mystagogue: Jeremiah in Philo of Alexandria", in H. Najman – K. Schmid (eds.), Jeremiah's Scriptures: Production, Reception, Interaction, and Transformation (JSJSup 173; Leiden: Brill, 2016) 417-430.

Tóth, F., "Jeremiah as Hierophant: Jeremiah in Philo of Alexandria. A Response to Gregory E. Sterling", in H. Najman – K. Schmid (eds.), Jeremiah's Scriptures: Production, Reception, Interaction, and Transformation (JSJSup 173; Leiden: Brill, 2016) 443-469.

3.   Jeremiah in the Pseudepigrapha and related works

Allison, D. C., Jr, 4 Baruch: Paraleipomena Jeremiou (Commentaries on Early Jewish Literature; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2019).

Amihay, A., "The Stones and the Rock: Jewish and Christian Elements in Vita Jeremiah [sic]", JSP 32.1 (Sept. 2022) 39-56.

Collins, J. J., "Jeremiah, Deuteronomy and Enoch. A Response to Loren T. Stuckenbruck", in H. Najman – K. Schmid (eds.), Jeremiah's Scriptures: Production, Reception, Interaction, and Transformation (JSJSup 173; Leiden: Brill, 2016) 280-285.

Davis, K., "Prophets of Exile: 4QApocryphon of Jeremiah C, Apocryphal Baruch, and the Efficacy of the Second Temple", JSJ 44 (2013) 497-529.

Delling, G., Jüdische Lehre und Frömmigkeit in den Paralipomena Jeremiae (BZAW 100; Berlin: Töpelmann, 1967).

Henze, M. – L. I. Lied, "Jeremiah, Baruch, and Their Books: Three Phases in a Changing Relationship", in H. Najman – K. Schmid (eds.), Jeremiah's Scriptures: Production, Reception, Interaction, and Transformation (JSJSup 173; Leiden: Brill, 2016) 330-353.

Herzer, J., Die Paralipomena Jeremiae. Studien zu Tradition und Redaktion einer Haggada des frühen Judentums (TSAJ 43; Tübingen: Mohr [Siebeck], 1994).

Herzer, J., "Retelling the Story of Exile: The Reception of the Jeremiah Tradition in 4 Baruch in the Perspective of the Jewish Diaspora", in H. Najman – K. Schmid (eds.), Jeremiah's Scriptures: Production, Reception, Interaction, and Transformation (JSJSup 173; Leiden: Brill, 2016) 373-391.

Hirschberger, V., "The Reception of a Reception: The Influence of 1 Baruch on the Structure of 5 Ezra. A Response to Matthias Henze and Liv Ingeborg Lied", in H. Najman – K. Schmid (eds.), Jeremiah's Scriptures: Production, Reception, Interaction, and Transformation (JSJSup 173; Leiden: Brill, 2016) 354-368.

Kaestli, J.-D., "L'influence du livre de Jérémie dans les Paralipomènes de Jérémie", in A. H. W. Curtis – T. Römer (eds.), The Book of Jeremiah and its Reception. Le livre de Jérémie et sa réception (BETL 128; Leuven: Leuven University Press & Peeters, 1997) 217-231.

Kugel, J., "'I Am the Man': The Afterlife of a Biblical Verse in Second Temple Times", in H. Najman – K. Schmid (eds.), Jeremiah's Scriptures: Production, Reception, Interaction, and Transformation (JSJSup 173; Leiden: Brill, 2016) 470-496.

LaCoste, N., "Textual and Material Contexts. A Response to Matthias Henze and Liv Ingeborg Lied", in H. Najman – K. Schmid (eds.), Jeremiah's Scriptures: Production, Reception, Interaction, and Transformation (JSJSup 173; Leiden: Brill, 2016) 369-372.

Lange, A., "The Text of Jeremiah in 1 Enoch", in J. H. Ellens – I. W. Oliver – J. von Ehrenkrook – J. Waddell – J. M. Zurawski (eds.), Wisdom Poured Out Like Water: Studies on Jewish and Christian Antiquity in Honor of Gabriele Boccaccini (DCLS 38; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2018) 121-141.

Lee, B. B., "The Development of the Jeremiah Figure in 2 Baruch and 4 Baruch. A Response to Jens Herzer", in H. Najman – K. Schmid (eds.), Jeremiah's Scriptures: Production, Reception, Interaction, and Transformation (JSJSup 173; Leiden: Brill, 2016) 398-416.

Legrand, T., "Vitae prophetarum: le cas de Jérémie", Foi et vie 113 (2014) 83-86.

Riaud, J., "La figure de Jérémie dans les Paralipomena Jeremiae", in A. Caquot – M. Delcor (eds.), Mélanges bibliques et orientaux en l'honneur de M. Henri Cazelles (AOAT 212; Kevelaer: Butzon & Bercker; Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 1981) 373-385.

Riaud, J., "Les Samaritains dans les 'Paralipomena Jeremiae'", in La Littérature Intertestamentaire. Colloque de Strasbourg (17-19 octobre 1983). Avant-propos de André Caquot (Bibliothèque des centres d'études supérieures spécialisés – Travaux du Centre d'Études Supérieures Spécialisé d'Histoire des Religions de Strasbourg; Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1985) 133-152.

Riaud, J., Les Paralipomènes du Prophète Jérémie: Présentation, texte original, traduction et commentaires (Cahiers du Centre Interdisciplinaire de Recherches en Histoire, Lettres et Langues, 14; Angers: Universite Catholique de l'Ouest, 1994).

Schwemer, A. M., Studien zu den frühjüdischen Prophetenlegenden Vitae prophetarum. Band 1: Die Viten der großen Propheten Jesaja, Jeremia, Ezechiel und Daniel (TSAJ 49; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 1995).

Stoner, R. C., "Is Enoch also among the (Jeremianic) Prophets? A Response to Loren T. Stuckenbruck", in H. Najman – K. Schmid (eds.), Jeremiah's Scriptures: Production, Reception, Interaction, and Transformation (JSJSup 173; Leiden: Brill, 2016) 286-288.

Stuckenbruck, L. T., "The Use and Function of Jeremianic Tradition in 1 Enoch: The Epistle of Enoch in Focus", in H. Najman – K. Schmid (eds.), Jeremiah's Scriptures: Production, Reception, Interaction, and Transformation (JSJSup 173; Leiden: Brill, 2016) 268-279.

Young, R. D., "The Eagle and the Basket of Figs in 4 Baruch. A Response to Jens Herzer", in H. Najman – K. Schmid (eds.), Jeremiah's Scriptures: Production, Reception, Interaction, and Transformation (JSJSup 173; Leiden: Brill, 2016) 392-397.

V.    Reception of Jer in the Targum and in rabbinic writings

1.   Jeremiah in the Targum   [for further titles see here]

i)   Editions and translations

Hayward, R., The Targum of Jeremiah (The Aramaic Bible, 12; Edinburgh: Clark, 1987).

Ribera Florit, J., Targum Jonatán de los Profetas posteriores en tradición babilónica: Jeremías (Textos y Estudios Cardenal Cisneros ..., 52; Madrid: Instituto de Filologia del CSIC, 1992).

Ribera Florit, J., Traducción del Targum de Jeremías (Biblioteca Midrásica, 12; Estella: Verbo Divino, 1992).

Sperber, A., The Bible in Aramaic, III: The Latter Prophets according to Targum Jonathan (Leiden: Brill, 1962).

ii)   Studies

Hayward, R., "Jewish Traditions in Jerome's Commentary on Jeremiah and the Targum of Jeremiah", PIBA 9 (1985) 100-120.

Hayward, R., "Jeremiah in Targum", in J. Lundbom – C. A. Evans – B. Anderson (eds.), The Book of Jeremiah: Composition, Reception, and Interpretation (VTSup 178 / Formation and Interpretation of Old Testament Literature, 8; Leiden: Brill, 2018) 320-339.

Tomes, R., "The Reception of Jeremiah in Rabbinic Literature and in the Targum", in A. H. W. Curtis – T. Römer (eds.), The Book of Jeremiah and its Reception. Le livre de Jérémie et sa réception (BETL 128; Leuven: Leuven University Press & Peeters, 1997) 233-253. Reprinted [same title] in R. Tomes, Interpreting the Text: Essays on the Old Testament, Its Reception and Its Study. Edited by W. J. Houston and A. H. W. Curtis (Hebrew Bible Monographs, 71; Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2015) 174-192.

2.   Jeremiah in Rabbinic texts

Atzmon, A., "Prophet of Gloom or Comfort: The Conflicting Portrayals of Jeremiah's Prophecy in Pesiqtaʾ de-Rabh Kahanaʾ", REJ 176 (2017) 269-293.

Goldberg, A., "Pesiqta Rabbati 26: Ein singulärer Text in der frühen rabbinischen Literatur", Frankfurter Judaistische Beiträge 17 (1989) 1-44.

Heinemann, J., "A Homily on Jeremiah and the Fall of Jerusalem (Pesiqta Rabbati, Pisqa 26)", in R. Polzin – E. Rothmann (eds.), The Biblical Mosaic: Changing Perspectives (Semeia Studies, 10; Philadelphia, PA: Fortress, 1982) 27-41.

Kiffiak, J., "Probing the Rabbis' Criticism and Silence with Regard to Jeremiah. A Response to Ishay Rosen-Zvi", in H. Najman – K. Schmid (eds.), Jeremiah's Scriptures: Production, Reception, Interaction, and Transformation (JSJSup 173; Leiden: Brill, 2016) 608-613.

Neusner, J., Jeremiah in Talmud and Midrash: A Source Book (Studies in Judaism; Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 2006).

Neusner, J., Rabbi Jeremiah (Studies in Judaism; Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 2007).

Prijs, L., Die Jeremia-Homilie Pesikta Rabbati Kapitel 26: Eine synagogale Homilie aus nachtalmudischer Zeit über den Propheten Jeremia und die Zerstörung des Tempels. Kritische Edition nebst Übersetzung und Kommentar (Studia Delitzschiana, 10; Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 1966).

Rosen-Zvi, I., "Like a Priest Exposing His Own Wayward Mother: Jeremiah in Rabbinic Literature", in H. Najman – K. Schmid (eds.), Jeremiah's Scriptures: Production, Reception, Interaction, and Transformation (JSJSup 173; Leiden: Brill, 2016) 570-590.

Tomes, R., "The Reception of Jeremiah in Rabbinic Literature and in the Targum", in A. H. W. Curtis – T. Römer (eds.), The Book of Jeremiah and its Reception. Le livre de Jérémie et sa réception (BETL 128; Leuven: Leuven University Press & Peeters, 1997) 233-253. Reprinted [same title] in R. Tomes, Interpreting the Text: Essays on the Old Testament, Its Reception and Its Study. Edited by W. J. Houston and A. H. W. Curtis (Hebrew Bible Monographs, 71; Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2015) 174-192.

Wieder, A. A., "Josiah and Jeremiah: Their Relationship according to Aggadic Sources", in M. A. Fishbane – P. R. Flohr (eds.), Texts and Responses: Studies Presented to Nahum N. Glatzer on the Occasion of his Seventieth Birthday by his Students (Leiden: Brill, 1975) 60-72.

Zuckier, Sh., "Jeremiah in Rabbinic Theology and Baruch in Rabbinic Historiography. A Response to Ishay Rosen-Zvi", in H. Najman – K. Schmid (eds.), Jeremiah's Scriptures: Production, Reception, Interaction, and Transformation (JSJSup 173; Leiden: Brill, 2016) 591-607.

VI.    Jeremiah in medieval Jewish biblical commentaries (Rabbanite and Karaite)

1.   Individual commentaries

Yefet ben Ali (10th cent.: Karaite)
Sabih, J. A. (ed.), Japheth ben Ali's Book of Jeremiah: A Critical Edition and Linguistic Analysis of the Judaeo-Arabic Translation (Copenhagen International Seminar; London & Oakville, CT: Equinox, 2009). [presents Japheth's Biblical Hebrew text of Jeremiah written in Arabic characters, together with his Arabic translation of the text.]
Wendkos, P. D., The Arabic Commentary of Yefet B. Ali the Karaite on the Book of Jeremiah: 150 Folios edited from Three MSS with Critical Notes (1969; diss. Dropsie College). Available online here.

Rashi (1040-1105)
Hebrew text in both editions of the Miqraʾot Gedolot (see below).
English translation in the Judaica Press Miqraʾot Gedolot (see below).
Online version with Rashi in English here.

Abrabanel [Abravanel, Abarbanel], Don Isaac ben Judah (1437-1508)
Commentary on the Latter Prophets: נביאים אחרונים / עם פירוש דון יצחק אברבניאל... (Pesaro or [near] Rimini: Gershom Soncino, 1520). [for discussion about the place of publication see M. Marx, "Gershom (Hieronymus) Soncino's Wanderyears in Italy, 1498-1527: Exemplar Judaicae vitae", HUCA 11 (1936) 427-501, esp. 468-469] For online access see here.
Later editions too, e.g. פירוש על נביאים אחרונים (Amsterdam: Immanuel Benveniste, 1641). For online access see here.
Modern reprint editions: Abravanel, I., פירוש על נביאים אחרונים [Commentary on the Latter Prophets] (Jerusalem: Torah ve-Daʿat, 1957) and again (Jerusalem: Benei Arbaʾel, 1979).

2.   Multiple-commentary and anthology-type works   [see also here]

Miqraʾot Gedolot (Judaica Press edition)
ספר ירמיהו, חלק א′: מקראות גדולות / The Book of Jeremiah, Volume One: A New English Translation of the Text, Rashi, and a Commentary Digest. Edited, translated and compiled by Rabbi A. J. Rosenberg (Judaica Books of the Prophets; Brooklyn, NY: Judaica Press, 1985).
ספר ירמיהו, חלק ב′: מקראות גדולות / The Book of Jeremiah, Volume Two: A New English Translation of the Text, Rashi, and a Commentary Digest. Edited, translated and compiled by Rabbi A. J. Rosenberg (Judaica Books of the Prophets; Brooklyn, NY: Judaica Press, 1985).
[Each volume features both the complete Hebrew Mikraoth Gedoloth as well as a concise, modern English translation of the text with extensive commentary. In addition, each and every Rashi is translated, as are selections from the Ramban, Sforno, Rashbam, Ibn Ezra, from Talmudic and Midrashic sources, and numerous other commentaries never before translated.]

Miqraʾot Gedolot (Bar-Ilan edition)
Cohen, M. (ed.), מקראות גדולות הכתר ... ירמיהו / Mikraʾot Gedolot – 'Haketer' – Jeremiah. A Revised and Augmented Scientific Edition of 'Mikraʾot Gedolot' Based on the Aleppo Codex and early Medieval MSS. Small Edition (Ramat-Gan: Bar-Ilan University Press, 2012).
[As of April 2022 the small edition is being reprinted, as is the large edition (the terms "small" and "large" refer to page size, not to contents).] Free online edition here.

Yalkut Shimoni (probably 13th cent.)
The book of Jeremiah is not yet available in the new German translation project (see here). The Hebrew text is available online here; the comments on Jer are in §§ 253-335. There are many older print editions of the Hebrew text too.

Another smaller anthology of rabbinic commentaries
Scherman, N., The Milstein Edition of the Later Prophets: The Book of Jeremiah / Yirmiyah, with a Commentary Anthologized from the Rabbinic Writings (Brooklyn, NY: ArtScroll Mesorah Publications, 2014). [newly typeset Hebrew commentaries of Rashi, Radak, and Metzudos]