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The amazing Yosef Avivi has published a massive, three volume work on Lurianic Kabbalah. Unlike most practioners of Kabbalah studies, Avivi's primary focus is bibliographic. The literary history of Kabbalat ha-Ari is extremely complex, and Avivi is practically the only person capable of making sense of it. But the third volume includes discussions of content as well as form.
And I just saw a new volume of Shalem, a journal for the study of the Land of Israel. It includes several articles of vital Talmudic interest. Neil Danzig publishes new fragments of Pirkoi ben Baboi's tract, and Simcha Emanuel discusses R. Yehiel of Paris and his connections to the Land of Israel.