Leo Baeck Institute Yearbook XLV (2000)

 

 

Preface by John Grenville and Julius Carle

 

I. JEWISH PHILOSOPHY AND POLITICS IN THE ENLIGHTENMENT

 

RIVKA HORWITZ: Kabbalah in the Writings of Mendelssohn and the Berlin Circle of Maskilim

 

CHRISTOPH SCHULTE: Saul Ascher’s Leviathan, or the Invention of Jewish Orthodoxy in 1792

 

II. JEWISH ACCULTURATION AND SCHOLARSHIP

 

REINHARD RÜRUP: Jewish History in Berlin – Berlin in Jewish History

 

ANDREAS BRÄMER: Rabbinical Scholars as the Object of Biographical Interest: An Aspect of Jewish Historiography in the German-speaking Countries of Europe (1780-1871)

 

MANFRED VOIGTS: Fichte as “Jew-Hater” and Prophet of the Zionists

 

WILLIAM Z. TANNENBAUM: A Town on the Volkach: The Acculturation of the Jews of Zeilitzheim in the Nineteenth Century

 

III. JEWISH IDENTITY IN ART AND MUSIC

 

Katharina S. Feil: Art Under Siege: The Scholarship produced by Rachel Wischnitzer during her Berlin Years 1921-1938

 

WILLIAM KANGAS: The Ethics and Aesthetics of (Self) Representation: Arnold Schoenberg and Jewish Identity

 

IV. RESEARCH FROM THE OSOBYI ARCHIVE IN MOSCOW

 

AVRAHAM BARKAI: The C.V. Archives in Moscow. A Reassessment

 

JÜRGEN MATTHÄUS: Antisemitic Symbolism in early Nazi Germany, 1933-1935

 

V. FUTURE RESEARCH

 

Introduction by JOHN GRENVILLE. Contributors: AVRAHAM BARKAI, DAVID SORKIN, STEFI JERSCH-WENZEL, ROBERT LIBERLES, WERNER T. ANGRESS, MARION KAPLAN, MICHAEL A. MEYER, CHRISTOPHER BROWNING, EVYATAR FRIESEL, IAN KERSHAW, JEREMY NOAKES, GUY STERN, CHAIM SCHATZKER

 

VI. MEMOIR

 

ERNEST B. HOFELLER: Timetable to Nowhere: The Story of the Sosua Settlement

 

VII. BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR 1999

 

VIII. LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS

 

IX. INDEX

 

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