5 edition of Jewish-Christian Relations in Eighteenth-century Germany found in the catalog.
February 16, 2006 by Edwin Mellen Press .
Written in English
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This book makes use of newly available archival sources to reexamine the Roman Catholic Church's policy, from the sixteenth to nineteenth centuries, of coercing the Jews of Rome into converting to Christianity. Marina Caffiero, one of the first historians permitted access to important archives, sets individual stories of denunciation, betrayal, pleading, and conflict into historical context . Covers theological concepts, religious practices and rituals, and political and historical issues from the perspective of Jewish-Christian relations. Currently in pre-release format with limited entries, but when complete will contain over entries.
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In and Out of the Ghetto: Jewish-Gentile Relations in Late Medieval and Early Modern Germany (New York: Cambridge University Press, ). xx + $ Pp. xx + $ The contents of this volume are based on a UCLA Clark Library conference held in to discuss Jewish-Christian relations in early modern Germany.
Jews, Christians, and Proof by Fire in Medieval Germany and Northern France Elisheva Baumgarten A Medieval Judeo-Spanish Poem on the Complementarity of Faith and Works and Its Intellectual Roots Bernard Septimus “Because Our Wives Trade and Do Business with Our Goods”: Gender, Work, and Jewish-Christian Relations Debra Kaplan Jewish.
Get this from a library. New perspectives on Jewish-Christian relations: in honor of David Berger. [Elisheva Carlebach; Jacob J Schacter; David Berger;] -- "The delicate balance between toleration and repulsion of the Jews, a tiny minority living within the Christian world, stands at the center of studies of religion and society.
The development of this. The portrayal of Christianity as Haman was very common during Purim celebrations. For instance, Horowitz writes: “In the Jewish communities of Poland and Ukraine, it was common, in the early eighteenth century, to hire a Christian to play the role of Haman in the annual Purimshpiel.” (p.
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Rabbi Jacob Emden, Sabbatianism, and Frankism: Attitudes toward Christianity in the Eighteenth Century Rashi’s Position on Prophecy among the Nations and the Jewish-Christian Polemic Isaiah’s Suffering Servant and the Jews: From the Nineteenth Century to the NinthAuthor: Daniel J.
Lasker. "This is but one example of a book filled with valuable new contributions to the field of Jewish-Christian relations. It is recommended for all research collections in Judaica, as well as those in Jewish-Christian Jewish-Christian Relations in Eighteenth-century Germany book - James P.
Rosenbloom, Judaica Librarian, Brandeis University, in: Association of Jewish Libraries Reviews, ( Federica Francesconi is Assistant Professor, holding the Howard Berger-Ray Neilsen Chair in Judaic Studies at the College of Idaho.
She teaches a broad variety of courses in Jewish history, religion and culture, women and gender, Jewish-Christian-Muslim relations, Israeli Author: Federica Francesconi.
The tension between the book" and the "body" has in recent years attracted the attention of scholars interested in the perception of the body in Judaism and the impact of religious law and performance on the body.
The fifteen contributions in this volume deal with perceptions of the "Jewish body" in a broad range of legal, Jewish-Christian Relations in Eighteenth-century Germany book, mystical, philosophical and polemical early modern Jewish sources.
“Jewish-Christian Relations in Eighteenth-Century Germany” 6 Marchlecture for University of Cambridge MSt in JewishChristian - Relations, Woolf InstituteFile Size: 43KB. ↳ Introduction to Jewish-Christian Relations: From Sour Grapes to Sacrament Her Oxford University thesis became her first book, Translating the Enlightenment: Scottish Civic Discourse in Eighteenth-Century Germany (Oxford, ).
Her main field is the history of political ideas in Europe, especially their transfer between cultures and. Jews, Christians, and proof by fire in medieval Germany and Northern France / Elisheva Baumgarten A medieval Judeo-Spanish poem on the complementarity of faith and works and its intellectual roots / Bernard Septimus "Because our wives trade and do business with our goods": gender, work, and Jewish-Christian relations / Debra Kaplan Meiri and.
History of European Jews in the Middle Ages covers Jewish history in the period from the 5th to the 15th century. During the course of this period, the Jewish population gradually shifted from the Mediterranean Basin to Eastern Europe.
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Schacter Leiden: Brill, Rabbi Jonathan Eibeschuetz and the Alleged Jewish-Christian Sect in Eighteenth-Century Amsterdam (by Sid Z. Leiman). The Center for Jewish History and the Medici Archive Project will mark the th anniversary of the creation of the Venice ghetto in with a two-day conference Septemberand an exhibition Septem – Janu Day 1 of the conference, Septemis open to the public.
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Based on extensive archival research in Poland, the Czech Republic, Israel, Germany, the United States, and the Vatican, The Mixed Multitude is the first comprehensive study of Frank and Frankism in more than a century and offers an important new perspective. Nevertheless, as Carlebach argues persuasively in this book, they played a significant role in Jewish–Christian relations in early modern Germany; and given the fact that conversions rose rapidly in the late eighteenth century, it is all the more important to understand the prehistory of Jewish conversion and integration in Germany after.
Cambridge University Press - A Dictionary of Jewish-Christian Relations - by Edward Kessler and Neil Wenborn Excerpt. AAAA. Aaron. Aaron is a figure represented in both Testaments and referred to typologically in : $ I.
Introducing the Philosophy of Emmanuel Levinas to Jewish-Christian Relations. One of the most heartfelt experiences in Jewish-Christian relations is the love of friendship between Jews and Christians. Friendship produces meaning, evokes catharsis, and inspires hope.
For the latter, see Dean Philip Bell, “The Little Ice Age and the Jews: Environmental History and the Mercurial Nature of Jewish-Christian Relations in Early Modern Germany,” AJS Rev no. 1 (): 1–27; Herman Pollack, Jewish Folkways in Germanic Lands, – Studies in Aspects of Daily Life (Cambridge, Mass., ), Cited by: 2.
Divided Souls: Converts from Judaism in Germany, – New Haven: Yale University Press, xii, pp. Article in AJS Review 29(02) - November with 17 ReadsAuthor: Ronnie Po-Chia Hsia. eighteenth century, was home to “Der Baalschem von Michelstadt,” a wonderworking rabbi immortalized in a Judeo-German novella, and now has an Israeli-Yemenite giftshop run by German Christians.
"This is an innovative book, drawing on a wealth of sources to create a compelling portrait of how Jews lived in Germany from the 17th to the 20th century.
It is especially strong in its depiction of the variety of Jewish-Christian relations."—Paula E. Hyman, Yale UniversityBrand: Oxford University Press, USA.
This book is the first to examine closely the interaction between Jewish culture, medicine, and science during Europe's age of "scientific revolution." Most students of Jewish history have treated the period from the late sixteenth to the late eighteenth centuries as a mere extension of the Jewish Middle Ages, a time when the Jewish world was.
This is a list of the winners of the National Jewish Book Award by category. The awards were established in to recognize outstanding Jewish Literature.
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The Jews of the Ottoman Empire. By Avlgdor Levy. Jewish-Christian Relations in Eighteenth-Century Tiberias French Merchants and Jews in the Ottoman Empire during the Eighteenth Century Francesca Trivellato is Frederick W.
Hilles Professor of History at Yale University. She is a social and economic historian of early modern Europe who in the past few years has turned her attention to Jewish-Christian relations as a way of examining the interplay of material and symbolic changes that occurred in Old Regime societies.
We will end this brief study of biblical allegory and Jewish-Christian relations in the eighteenth century, with the work of the Jewish German philosopher Moses Mendelssohn (–). Mendelssohn’s notions about the plurality of meanings in human language and in revealed texts mirrored his views on the possible coexistence of diverse Author: Rebecca Esterson.
Jewish-Gentile Relations in Late Medieval and Early Modern Germany R. Po-Chia Hsia, Hartmut Lehmann This is the first comprehensive account of Jewish-Gentile relations in central Europe from the fifteenth to the eighteenth centuries, with particular emphasis on cultural, economic, social, and political issues, and incorporating much new research.
The Mixed Multitude book. Read 9 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. InJacob Frank, an Ottoman Jew who had returned to the Pol /5.
Milton Kleg. If learning about the Holocaust solely means reading the Diary of Anne Frank, if it means learning about the period from todescribing the death camps, and the processes of human extermination, then it serves a very limited Holocaust did not occur in a vacuum.
It was predicated upon a foundation of anti-Semitic beliefs and occurrences whose legacy remains to. Nowadays, books on Polish-Jewish relations adhere to the Manichean view of the Jewish victim and the intolerant Pole.
[This has been a trope in Jewish writing for at least a century, as is obvious from p. 67]. The present book perhaps goes too far in the opposite direction.
Based on extensive archival research in Poland, the Czech Republic, Israel, Germany, the United States, and the Vatican, The Mixed Multitude is the first comprehensive study of Frank and Frankism in more than a century and offers an important new perspective on Jewish-Christian relations in the Age of Enlightenment.
Full text of "ERIC ED Teaching Jewish-Christian Relations in the University Classroom." See other formats. The lachrymose nature of Jewish history has received a good deal of critical re-evaluation over the past several decades, with important and innovative studies shedding light on a range of Jewish and Christian relations throughout medieval and early modern Europe.
Jewish-Christian Relations: Spiritual pilgrimage: texts on Jews and Judaism, by Pope John Paul II Non-Fiction: Genesis: the beginning of desire by Avivah Gottlieb Zornberg Scholarship: Through a speculum that shines: vision and imagination in medieval Jewish wisdom by Elliot R.
Wolfson.Her book, Making Judaism Safe for America: World War I and the Origins of Religious Pluralism, was published by NYU Press in and received an honorable mention for the Saul Viener Prize in American Jewish History.
Her current research explores projects for promoting Jewish-Christian dialogue and understanding after World War II. Presented by.Agreements between neighbours.
The 'ugody' as a source on Jewish-Christian relations in early modern Poland Ε Guesnet Acculturation and integration in eighteenth-century Metz J.R.
Berkovitz Fallen women and fatherless children: Jewish domestic servants in eighteenth-century Altona E. Carlebach