Leo Baeck Institute Yearbook XLVI (2001)

 

Preface by John Grenville and Arnold Paucker

 

I. JEWS IN THE AGE OF METTERNICH

 

EDWARD TIMMS: The Pernicious Rift: Metternich and the Debate about Jewish Emanicipation at the Congress of Viennna

 

NIALL FERGUSON: Metternich and the Rothschilds: “A Dance with Torches on Powderkegs”?

 

ROBERT J. W. EVANS: Progress and Emancipation in Hungary during the Age of Metternich

 

EDA SAGARRA: Grillparzer, the Catholics and the Jews: A Reading of Die Jüdin von Toledo (1851)

 

RITCHIE ROBERTSON: Karl Beck: From Radicalism to Monarchism

 

II. GENDER AND BOUNDARIES OF THE JEWISH COMMUNITY IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY GERMANY

 

DEBORAH HERTZ: The Lives, Loves and Novels of August and Fanny Lewald, the Converted Cousins from Königsberg

 

MARIA BENJAMIN BAADER: When Judaism turned Bourgeois: Gender in Jewish Associational Life and in the Synagogue, 1750-1850

 

TILL VAN RAHDEN: Intermarriages, the “New Woman”, and the Situational Ethnicity of Breslau Jews from the 1870s to the 1920s

 

DAGMAR HERZOG: Telling Ethnic and Gender History Together: A Comment

 

PANELLIST’S RESPONSES TO DAGMAR HERZOG

 

III. PHILOSOPHY, RELIGION AND POLITICS

 

HENRI SOUSSAN: The Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Wissenschaft des Judentums, 1902-1915

 

DAVID N. MYERS: Hermann Cohen and the Quest for Protestant Judaism

 

ULRICH TEMPEL: Religion and Politics in the Berlin Jewish Community: The Work of the Repräsentantenversammlung, 1927-1930

 

IV. ASPECTS OF ANTISEMITISM

 

GERD KORMAN: When Heredity met the Bacterium: Quarantines in New York and Danzig, 1898-1921

 

ALAN T. LEVENSON: The German Peace Movement and the Jews: An Unexplored Nexus

 

V. MEMOIR

 

CHANAN BENHAR: 107 Days on the SH-7: Experiences and Events of the Last Large Refugee Transport from the Reichsgebiet

 

VII. BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR 2000

 

VIII. LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS

 

IX. INDEX

 

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