Jahrbuch Band 6 (2007)

Jahrbuch des Simon-Dubnow-Instituts/

Simon Dubnow Institute Yearbook 6 (2007)

 

Herausgegeben von Dan Diner

 

 

 

Göttingen: Vandenhock & Ruprecht, 1. Auflage 2007

560 Seiten mit 2 Abb., Leinen

ISBN 978-3-525-36933-3

76,00 € [D]

 

 

 

 

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Inhalt

Dan Diner

Editorial

Special Issue / Schwerpunkt 

Early Modern Culture and Haskalah – Reconsidering the Borderlines of Modern Jewish History

Edited by David B. Ruderman and Shmuel Feiner 

 

Framing the Question 

    

David B. Ruderman, Philadelphia

Introduction

 

David B. Ruderman, Why Periodization Matters – On Early Modern Jewish Culture and Haskalah

 

Shmuel Feiner, Ramat Gan

On the Threshold of the »New World« – Haskalah and Secularization in the Eighteenth Century

 

 

Italy and Sephardic Amsterdam: The Roots of Jewish Modernity

  

Adam Shear, Pittsburgh

»The Italian and Berlin Haskalah« – Isaac Barzilay Revisited

 

Francesca Bregoli, Oxford

Jewish Modernity in Eighteenth-Century Italy – A Historiographical Survey

 

Adam Sutcliffe, London

Imagining Amsterdam – The Dutch Golden Age and the Origins of Jewish Modernity

 

Yosef Kaplan, Jerusalem

Secularizing the Portuguese Jews – Integration and Orthodoxy in Early Modern Judaism

 

 

The Modernization of Ashkenazic Jewry: Language, Textuality, and the Public Sphere

  

Shlomo Berger, Amsterdam

Yiddish on the Borderline of Modernity – Language and Literature in Early Modern Ashkenazi Culture

 

Elchanan Reiner, Tel Aviv

Beyond the Realm of the Haskalah – Changing Learning Patterns in Jewish Traditional Society

 

Pawel Maciejko, Jerusalem

The Jews’ Entry into the Public Sphere – The Emden-Eibeschütz Controversy Reconsidered

 

Todd M. Endelman, Ann Arbor

Secularization and the Origins of Jewish Modernity – On the Impact of Urbanization and Social Transformation

 

Andrea Schatz, Princeton

»Peoples Pure of Speech:« The Religious, the Secular, and Jewish Beginnings of Modernity

 

 

Mysticism, Magic, and Modernity

 

 J. H. Chajes, Haifa

»Entzauberung« and Jewish Modernity – On »Magic,« Enlightenment, and Faith

 

Israel Bartal, Jerusalem

On Periodization, Mysticism, and Enlightenment – The Case of Moses Hayyim Luzzatto

 

Moshe Rosman, Ramat Gan

Hasidism as a Modern Phenomenon – The Paradox of Modernization Without Secularization

 

 

Political and Economic Indicators of Modernity

 

François Guesnet, Oxford

The Turkish Cavalry in Swarzedz, or: Jewish Political Culture at the Borderlines of Modern History

 

Jonathan Karp, Binghamton

Economic History and Jewish Modernity – Ideological Versus Structural Change

 

 

Allgemeiner Teil

Alexander Grab, Orono

Jewish Education in Napoleonic Italy – The Case of the »Ginnasio« in Reggio Emilia

 

Bart Wallet, Amsterdam

Napoleon’s Legacy – National Government and Jewish Community in Western Europe

 

Andrew Demshuk, Urbana-Champaign

»Wehmut und Trauer« –

Jewish Travelers in Polish Silesia and the Foreignness of »Heimat«

 

Dubnowiana 

Grit Jilek, Leipzig

»Alle Wege sind mir versperrt« –

Simon Dubnows Brief aus Riga, März 1941

 

 

Historiker und andere Gelehrte 

Andreas Lehnardt, Mainz

Geschichte und Individuum – Nachman Krochmals »More Nevukhe ha-Zeman«

 

Aleksandra Pawliczek, Berlin

Zwischen Anerkennung und Ressentiment – Der jüdische Mediävist Harry Bresslau (1848–1926)

 

Kerstin Armborst, Mainz

Wegbereiter der Geschichtsforschung – Über den Vorstand der Jüdischen Historisch-Ethnographischen Gesellschaft in St. Petersburg

 

Laura Jockusch, Leipzig

»Khurbn Forshung« – Jewish Historical Commissions in Europe, 1943–1949

 

Aus der Forschung 

Lutz Fiedler, Leipzig

Habsburger Verlängerungen – Imperienkonzepte im Werk Hans Kohns

 

 

Literaturbericht 

Stefan Litt, Jerusalem

»Pinkassei Kahal« aschkenasischer Gemeinden 1500–1800: Eine Gesamtsicht

 

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