Volume 6 (2007)
Jahrbuch des Simon-Dubnow-Instituts/Simon Dubnow Institute Yearbook
Schwerpunkt/Special Issue: Early Modern Culture and Haskalah
The thematic focus of the 2007 volume lies on the study of early modern Jewish lifeworlds, especially the tension between tradition and burgeoning modernity. This is particularly visible in the attitudes and reactions of the Jews. It is the very diversity of Jewish lifeworlds – geographic and topographic as well as linguistic and cultural – that led through developments like printing to an increase in inner-Jewish communications and thus to the recognition of commonalities and differences.
This volume is augmented by contributions addressing the modernization of Judaism from the late eighteenth century into the present day, as well as by the categories »Aus der Forschung«, »Gelehrtenporträt«, »Dubnowiana«, and »Literaturbericht«.
With contributions by
David B. Ruderman, Philadelphia, Pa. • Shmuel Feiner, Ramat Gan • Adam Shear, Pittsburgh • Francesca Bregoli, Oxford • Adam Sutcliffe, London • Yosef Kaplan, Jerusalem • Shlomo Berger, Amsterdam • Elchanan Reiner, Tel Aviv • Paweł Maciejko, Jerusalem • Todd M. Endelman, Ann Arbor, Mich. • Andrea Schatz, Princeton, N. J. • J. H. Chajes, Haifa • Israel Bartal, Jerusalem • Moshe Rosman, Ramat Gan • François Guesnet, Oxford • Jonathan Karp, Binghamton, N. Y. • Alexander Grab, Orono, Me. • Bart Wallet, Amsterdam • Andrew Demshuk, Urbana-Champaign, Ill. • Grit Jilek, Leipzig • Andreas Lehnardt, Mainz • Aleksandra Pawliczek, Berlin • Kerstin Armborst, Mainz • Laura Jockusch, Leipzig • Lutz Fiedler, Leipzig • Stefan Litt, Jerusalem
560 pp. with 2 Ill., linen
Göttingen: Vandenhock & Ruprecht, 1st edition 2007
Price: 76,00 € (D)