Assimilation and community: The Jews in nineteenth-century Europe

FRANKEL, Jonathan; ZIPPERSTEIN, Steven J. (eds.)

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Chapters by various authors discuss such topics as; Jewish emancipationists in Victorian England; German Jews in Victorian England; French Jews; village Jews and city Jews in Alsace; nostalgia and "return to the ghetto" phenomenon; the role of the "rising class" in the politicization of Jews in Europe; impact of emancipation on German Jewry; gender and Jewish history in Imperial Germany; Jewish assimilation in Habsburg Vienna; Bohemian Jews in the 1840s; the case of the "casinos" or the entrance of Jews into Hungarian society; Russian Jewry; Ahad Ha'am

Publication Info

  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
  • Edition: First paperback edition
  • Date Published: 2004
  • Place Published: n/a
  • ISBN: 0521526019


  • Condition: Fine
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  • Details:
    xii, 384 p. 23 cm. 7 b&w figures and 1 table. Paperback.

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