Leo Baeck Institute Yearbook LV (2010)

 

Preface by John Grenville and Raphael Gross

 

I. JEWISH AND ISLAMIC STUDIES

 

ISMAR SCHORSCH: Converging Cognates: the Intersection of Jewish and Islamic Studies in Nineteenth Century Germany

 

II. OVERLAPPING SPHERES

 

ROBERT LIBERLES: Jews and Christians in Early Modern Germany

 

YAACOV DEUTSCH: Jewish Anti-Christian Invectives and Christian Awareness: An unstudied form of interaction in the Early Modern Period

 

NATALIE NAIMARK-GOLDBERG: Health, leisure and sociability at the turn of the nineteenth century: Jewish women in German spas

 

DEBRA KAPLAN: Women and Worth: Female Access to Property in Early Modern Urban Jewish Communities

 

MARION APTROOT: Writing ‘Jewish’ not ‘German’: Functional Writing Styles and the Symbolic Function of Yiddish in Early Modern Ashkenaz

 

NOA SOPHIE KOHLER: Schutzjuden and opportunistic criminality in the Early Modern period: the Lemmel family from Neustadt-Eberswalde

 

III. ON ANTISEMITISM, JEWISH SELF-HATRED AND IDENTITY

 

HANNAH AHLHEIM: Establishing Antisemitic Stereotypes: Social and Economic Segregation of Jews by means of Political Boycott in Germany

 

OAUL REITTER: Interwar Expressionism, Zionist Self-Help Writing, and the Other History of ‘Jewish Self-Hatred’

 

LISA FETHERINGILL ZWICKER: Antisemitism, the Limits of Antisemitic Rhetoric, and a Movement against Russian Students at German Universities, 1908–1914

 

JULIE LIEBER:  Crafting the Future of Judaism: Gender and Religious Education in Vienna 1867–1914

 

IV. HANS KOHN (1891-1971). THE MULTIFACETED CONTRIBUTIONS OF A POLITICAL PHILOSOPHER

 

 

 

CHRISTIAN WIESE: Introduction: The Legacy of Hans Kohn

 

 

 

ZOHAR MAOR: Hans Kohn and the Dialectics of Colonialism: Insights on Nationalism and Colonialism from Within

 

 

 

ADI GORDON: The Ideological Convert and the “Mythology of Coherence”: The Contradictory Hans Kohn and his Multiple Metamorphoses

 

NOAM PIANKO: Did Kohn Believe in the “Kohn Dichotomy”? Reconsidering Kohn’s Journey from The Political Idea of Judaism to the Idea of Nationalism

 

V. MEMOIR

 

MARTIN ANDERMANN: Life as a young Jewish hospital doctor in Heidelberg and Berlin – 1929-1932: A Memoir

 

VI. LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS

 

VII. BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

VIII. INDEX

 

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