- Baruch Bokser, Origins of the Seder traces the development of Passover in the Mishnah through later rabbinic texts.
- Israel Yuval, Two Nations in Your Womb: Perceptions of Jews and Christians in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages rethinks the relationship between Passover and Easter, and is one of the early advocates for rethinking the relationship between Judaism and Christian.
- Federico Colautii, Passover in the works of Josephus surveys the importance of Passover for Josephus
- E.P. Sanders, Judaism: Practice and Belief, is one of the best synthetic accounts about the practices of Passover and pilgrimage in the Second Temple period
- Helen Bond, "Dating the Death of Jesus: Memory and Religious Imagination", New Testament Studies 59.4 (2013) 461-475, explores the dating of Jesus' death and its connection to Passover through the lens of collective memory.
- Baruch Bokser, "Changing Views of Passover and the Meaning of Redemption According to the Palestinian Talmud" discusses the tensions from lack of redemption in the Palestinian Talmud.
- Baruch Bokser, "Ritualizing the Seder" on the creative imposition of meaning through ritualization in the rabbinic period.
- Was Jesus’ Last Supper a Seder? Jonathan Klawans sheds doubt on the Gospel narrative.
- Joshua Kulp's The Schechter Haggadah brings many important and interesting academic discussions about the Haggadah to one place.
- The Monk's Haggadah: A Fifteenth-Century Illuminated Codex from the Monastery of Tegernsee, with a prologue by Friar Erhard von Pappenheim (Dimyonot: Jews and the Cultural Imagination), including essays, notes, and von Pappenheim's fascinating and weird musings on Passover as practiced by Jews and on the Haggadah!
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