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The Transformation of German Jewry, 1780-1840 (Studies in Jewish History)

by David Sorkin

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English


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Number of Pages262
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Open LibraryOL7386866M
ISBN 100195065840
ISBN 109780195065848

Vol. 11, No. 2, May, Each issue contains at least seven articles and sixty book reviews. German Studies Review is a journal of first publication, and all submissions are peer-reviewed. The Transformation of German Jewry, by David Sorkin (pp. ). The Transformation of German Jewry, () won the Present Tense/Joel H. Cavior Literary Award for History. In a commissioned study of Moses Mendelssohn’s Jewish thought he emphasized the neglected Hebrew works. Moses Mendelssohn and the Religious Enlightenment () has been translated into French, German and Italian.

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Week 1: Jewish Life in the German lands before Modernity Mon, Sept. 8 Course Introduction Wed, Sept. 10 Lecture Readings: Amos Elon, The Pity of it All, David Sorkin, The Transformation of German Jewry, (New York: Oxford UP, ), (B) Documents. Indeed, as David Sorkin argued in a landmark work of scholarship (The Transformation of German Jewry, ‑ []), their continuing attachment to Bildung while the Gentile society around them lowered its cultural standards made them, without realizing it, a distinctive subculture that was only nominally assimilated. Even granting this.


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Edited by Jehuda Reinharz.] By David Sorkin. Jews in the German Economy: The German‐Jewish Economic Elite, – By W. Mosse. Germans in Brazil: A Comparative History of Cultural Conflict During World War I. By Frederick C. Luebke. His books include The Religious Enlightenment: Protestants, Jews, and Catholics from London to Vienna (Princeton), Moses Mendelssohn and the Religious Enlightenment, and The Transformation of German Jewry, – "[A] sweeping account of Jewish emancipation, which is both chronologically and geographically expansive.Germany Jewry's subculture consisted of secular factors culture-econ-demo-social: turned these into the basis of the separate existence from religion not only ceased to define who was a Jew but became a divisive factordenom.

not so interestingsubculture united otherwise divided adherents.His first book, The Transformation of German Jewry, – published inargued that Jewish culture in the German states constituted a "subculture." [8] In he wrote Moses Mendelssohn and the Religious Enlightenment, a concise study of Mendelssohn 's Jewish thought in which he emphasized the neglected Hebrew mater: University of Wisconsin–Madison.