Archiv für Januar 2007

Jewish History 20 (2006), Heft 3-4

Mittwoch, 24. Januar 2007


Engel, David: Crisis and lachrymosity: on Salo Baron, Neobaronianism, and the study of modern European Jewish history (S. 243-264)
PB: Kluwer Academic Publishers

Alroey, Gur: Demographers in the service of the nation: Liebmann Hersch, Jacob Lestschinsky, and the early study of Jewish migration (S. 265-282)

Krome, Frederic: Between the Diaspora and Zion: Cecil Roth and his American friends (S. 283-297)

Melamed, Abraham: The image of India in medieval Jewish culture: Between adoration and rejection (S. 299-314)

Ben-Naeh, Yaron: Blond, tall, with honey-colored eyes: Jewish ownership of slaves in the Ottoman Empire (S. 315-332)

Wallet, Bart: End of the jargon-scandal The decline and fall of Yiddish in the Netherlands (17961886) (S. 333-348)

Spector, Scott: Forget assimilation: introducing subjectivity to GermanJewish history (S. 349-361)


Jay R. Berkovitz, Rites and Passages: The beginnings of modern Jewish culture in France, 1650-1860: Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2004. (Sepinwall, Alyssa) (S. 363-368)

Andrew R. Heinze, Jews and the American soul: human nature in the twentieth century: Princeton, N. J.: Princeton University Press, 2004 (Whitfield, Stephen) (S. 369-373

Alyssa Goldstein Sepinwall, the Abbe Gregoire and the French revolution: the making of modern universalism: University of California Press, 2005 (Arkush, Allan) (S. 375-376)

Nancy Sinkoff, Out of the Shtetl: Making Jews Modern in the Polish Borderlands (Brown Judaic Studies, 2004) and Jeremy Dauber, Antonios Devils: Writers of the Jewish Enlightenment and the Birth of Modern Hebrew and Yiddish Literature (Stanford University Press, 2004) (Arkush, Allan) (S. 377-379)

Elisheva Baumgarten, mothers and children: Jewish family life in medieval Europe: Princeton University Press, 2004. (Aron-Beller, Katherine) (S. 381-383)

Carole Fink, defending the rights of others: The great powers, the Jews, and international minority protection, 18781938: New York: Cambridge University Press (Krome, Frederic) (S. 385-386)

An American Orthodox dreamer: Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik and Bostons Maimonides School By Seth Farber: Hanover and London: Brandeis University Press and The Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik Institute, 2004. (Finkelman, Yoel) (S. 387-390)

Allison P. Coudert and Jeffrey S. Shoulson, Hebraica Veritas? Christian Hebraists and the Study of Judalism in early modern Europe: Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2004. (Boettcher, Susan) (S. 391-393)

Ilan Pappe, a history of modern Palestine: one land, two peoples: New York: Cambridge U. Press, 2004 (Amkraut, Brian) (S. 395-397)

Gorge K. Hasselhoff, Dicit Rabbi Moyses. Studien zum Bild von Moses Maimonides im lateinischen Westen vom 13. bis zum 15. Jahrhundert: Konigshausen Neumann, Wurzburg, 2004. (Wilkes, George) (S. 399-401)

John F. Kennedy and Israel. By Herbert Druks: Westport: Greenwood, 2005. (Lazarowitz, Arlene) (S. 403-404)

Stow, Kenneth: Cumulative index of Jewish History, volumes 120 (S. 405-431)

12 Forschungsstipendien „Deutsch-Jüdische Geschichte“

Dienstag, 2. Januar 2007

Die studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes schreibt 12 Stipendien aus. Bewerbunghsschluß ist der 1. Februar 2007. Näheres unter der URL