Was war deutsches Judentum?
[What Was German Judaism? 1870–1933]
Ed. by Braun, Christina von
Series:Europäisch-jüdische Studien – Beiträge 24
Aims and Scope
German Judaism experienced an extraordinary phase of development and diversification between 1870 and 1933. Berlin became a hub for emigration and immigration, and important trends, such as Reform Judaism, were disseminated from there throughout the world. This volume assembles essays about this phenomenon by prominent authors, among them Atina Grossman, Michael A. Meyer, Shulamit Volkov, and Liliane Weissberg.
- 23.0 x 15.5 cm
- viii, 325 pages
- 19 Fig.
- DE GRUYTER OLDENBOURG
- Type of Publication:
- German Judaism; 19th–20th Century; Berlin; Prussia
- Cultural scholars and historians specializing in Jewish studies, Berlin and Prussian research, and German history