Deutsch-jüdische Quellen aus Palästina / Israel
Bibliographie und ausgewählte Originalwerke (1890–2000)
[German-Jewish Sources from Palestine/Israel: Bibliography and Selected Works (1890–2000)]
Editor-in-Chief: Kilcher, Andreas
Managing Editor: Edelmann-Ohler, Eva
One-time purchase of all content.
- Top resource for everybody studying German-Jewish literature, history and culture, but also for students of the history of Zionism and Israel
- Ca. 1,500 bibliographic entries, of which ca. 250 of the most relevant and rare titles are linked to the original source in full text (ca. 25,000 pages)
- The unique collection represents the cultural and intellectual realm of the German speaking world in Israel/Palestine
- Texts by Schalom Ben-Chorin, David Ben-Gurion, Chajim Nachman Bialik, Max Brod, Constantin Brunner, Sammy Gronemann, Theodor Herzl, Georg Landauer and Else Lasker-Schüler
- Rare texts that document the political development and everyday life of Palestine / Israel
- Thematic search
- Non-restrictive DRM – allows for an unlimited number of simultaneous users campus / institution-wide
Aims and Scope
Palestine, and later Israel, has been of foremost importance for German-Jewish immigration. Famous texts by major writers, including Else Lasker-Schüler, Sammy Groneman, Max Brod, Arnold Zweig or Shalom Ben-Chorin, were published in Palestine, not in Germany. The electronic resource contains writings of all genres of German-Jewish immigrants that were published between 1890-2000 in Palestine and Israel. It contains approximately 1,500 entries, of which ca. 250 are linked to their full texts. A classification of text genres (historical, fictional, scientific, political and religious literature as well as everyday literature) allows for the systematic use of the database.
- DE GRUYTER OLDENBOURG
- Type of Publication:
- German-Jewish Literature, History and Culture, Palestine, Israel
Academics in the fields of German-Jewish Literature (Exile Literature) History and Culture; Zionism and Israel Studies.