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The Resource Challenging colonial discourse : Jewish studies and Protestant theology in Wilhelmine Germany, by Christian Wiese ; translated from the German by Barbara Harshav and Christian Wiese, (electronic resource)

Challenging colonial discourse : Jewish studies and Protestant theology in Wilhelmine Germany, by Christian Wiese ; translated from the German by Barbara Harshav and Christian Wiese, (electronic resource)

Label
Challenging colonial discourse : Jewish studies and Protestant theology in Wilhelmine Germany
Title
Challenging colonial discourse
Title remainder
Jewish studies and Protestant theology in Wilhelmine Germany
Statement of responsibility
by Christian Wiese ; translated from the German by Barbara Harshav and Christian Wiese
Creator
Subject
Language
  • eng
  • ger
  • eng
Member of
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1961-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Wiese, Christian
Dewey number
261.2/6/094309041
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • standards specifications
  • bibliography
Series statement
Studies in European Judaism,
Series volume
v. 10
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Judaism
  • Judaism
  • Judaism (Christian theology)
  • Jewish learning and scholarship
  • Judaism
  • Judaism
Label
Challenging colonial discourse : Jewish studies and Protestant theology in Wilhelmine Germany, by Christian Wiese ; translated from the German by Barbara Harshav and Christian Wiese, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 449-539) and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • ""Foreword by Susannah Heschel""; ""Preface""; ""Introduction""; ""PART ONE THE CONTEXT OF THE ENCOUNTERS AND CONTROVERSIES""; ""Chapter One: The Political and Social Situation of the Jewish Community in Wilhelmine Germany, 1890â€?1914""; ""1. The Collapse of the Jewish Coalition with Liberalism and the Spread of ""Modern Anti-Semitism""""; ""2. The Remaining Limitations of the Emancipation of the Jews and Judaism""; ""3. The ""Assimilation Crisis"" and Tendencies toward Recollecting Jewish Identity""; ""3.1. ""Assimilation,"" ""Acculturation,"" and ""German-Jewish Subculture""""
  • ""3.2. ""Defense Work"" between ""Trotzjudentum"" and ""Jewish Renaissance""""""3.3. ""Self-Emancipation"" â€? the Impulse of the Zionist Movement""; ""Chapter Two: The Self-Conception and Research Conditions of Jewish Studies""; ""1. The Beginnings and Development of Jewish Studies in the Nineteenth Century""; ""2. Profile and Scholarly Self-Understanding of the Educational Institutions of Jewish Studies""; ""2.1. ""Positive-Historical"" Judaism â€? the Jewish Theological Seminary in Breslau""; ""2.2. Liberal Judaism â€? The ""Lehranstalt fÃ?r die Wissenschaft des Judentums"" in Berlin""
  • ""2.3. ""Torah and Scholarship"" â€? The Orthodox Rabbinical Seminary of Berlin""""3. The Conditions of Jewish Studies' Encounter with Protestant Theology""; ""3.1. Jewish Research between Discrimination and Claim to Relevance""; ""3.2. Jewish Studies and ""Defense Work"" against Anti-Semitism""; ""PART TWO THE PERCEPTION OF PROTESTANT THEOLOGY""; ""Chapter Three: Jewish Studies and the Protestant ""Mission to the Jews"", 1880â€?1914""; ""1. The Jewish Perception of Protestant ""Allies"" in the Debate with Anti-Semitism, 1880â€?1890""
  • ""1.1. The Contemporary Context: Demonization of Judaism through Anti-Talmud Propaganda and Accusations of Ritual Murder""""1.2. The Defense of Jewish Morality as Reflected in the Debate between David Hoffmann and Gustaf Dalman, 1886/1894""; ""2. ""Love of Israel?"" â€? Jewish Refutation of Franz Delitzsch's Concept of the ""Mission to the Jews"" and the Limits of Christian Solidarity, 1880â€?1890""; ""2.1. Delitzsch's Controversy with Abraham Berliner over the ""Instituta Judaica,"" 1884/85""
  • ""2.2. The Debate of Jewish Scholars with Delitzsch's ""Ernste Fragen an die Gebildeten jÃ?discher Religion,"" 1888/89""""3. An ""Honest Friend of Judaism"" â€? The Significance of Hermann L. Strack from the Perspective of Jewish Studies""; ""3.1. ""Herculean labor"" â€? Strack's Refutation of the Anti-Semitic Disparagement of the Jewish Religion""; ""3.2. Appreciation of Strack's Scholarly Activity in the Area of Jewish Studies""; ""4. ""We May Not Bite the Hand that Feeds Us"" â€? Interpretation of the Relationship between Jewish Studies and the ""Mission to the Jews""""
Control code
ocn191940120
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xx, 577 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789004119628
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)191940120
Label
Challenging colonial discourse : Jewish studies and Protestant theology in Wilhelmine Germany, by Christian Wiese ; translated from the German by Barbara Harshav and Christian Wiese, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 449-539) and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • ""Foreword by Susannah Heschel""; ""Preface""; ""Introduction""; ""PART ONE THE CONTEXT OF THE ENCOUNTERS AND CONTROVERSIES""; ""Chapter One: The Political and Social Situation of the Jewish Community in Wilhelmine Germany, 1890â€?1914""; ""1. The Collapse of the Jewish Coalition with Liberalism and the Spread of ""Modern Anti-Semitism""""; ""2. The Remaining Limitations of the Emancipation of the Jews and Judaism""; ""3. The ""Assimilation Crisis"" and Tendencies toward Recollecting Jewish Identity""; ""3.1. ""Assimilation,"" ""Acculturation,"" and ""German-Jewish Subculture""""
  • ""3.2. ""Defense Work"" between ""Trotzjudentum"" and ""Jewish Renaissance""""""3.3. ""Self-Emancipation"" â€? the Impulse of the Zionist Movement""; ""Chapter Two: The Self-Conception and Research Conditions of Jewish Studies""; ""1. The Beginnings and Development of Jewish Studies in the Nineteenth Century""; ""2. Profile and Scholarly Self-Understanding of the Educational Institutions of Jewish Studies""; ""2.1. ""Positive-Historical"" Judaism â€? the Jewish Theological Seminary in Breslau""; ""2.2. Liberal Judaism â€? The ""Lehranstalt fÃ?r die Wissenschaft des Judentums"" in Berlin""
  • ""2.3. ""Torah and Scholarship"" â€? The Orthodox Rabbinical Seminary of Berlin""""3. The Conditions of Jewish Studies' Encounter with Protestant Theology""; ""3.1. Jewish Research between Discrimination and Claim to Relevance""; ""3.2. Jewish Studies and ""Defense Work"" against Anti-Semitism""; ""PART TWO THE PERCEPTION OF PROTESTANT THEOLOGY""; ""Chapter Three: Jewish Studies and the Protestant ""Mission to the Jews"", 1880â€?1914""; ""1. The Jewish Perception of Protestant ""Allies"" in the Debate with Anti-Semitism, 1880â€?1890""
  • ""1.1. The Contemporary Context: Demonization of Judaism through Anti-Talmud Propaganda and Accusations of Ritual Murder""""1.2. The Defense of Jewish Morality as Reflected in the Debate between David Hoffmann and Gustaf Dalman, 1886/1894""; ""2. ""Love of Israel?"" â€? Jewish Refutation of Franz Delitzsch's Concept of the ""Mission to the Jews"" and the Limits of Christian Solidarity, 1880â€?1890""; ""2.1. Delitzsch's Controversy with Abraham Berliner over the ""Instituta Judaica,"" 1884/85""
  • ""2.2. The Debate of Jewish Scholars with Delitzsch's ""Ernste Fragen an die Gebildeten jÃ?discher Religion,"" 1888/89""""3. An ""Honest Friend of Judaism"" â€? The Significance of Hermann L. Strack from the Perspective of Jewish Studies""; ""3.1. ""Herculean labor"" â€? Strack's Refutation of the Anti-Semitic Disparagement of the Jewish Religion""; ""3.2. Appreciation of Strack's Scholarly Activity in the Area of Jewish Studies""; ""4. ""We May Not Bite the Hand that Feeds Us"" â€? Interpretation of the Relationship between Jewish Studies and the ""Mission to the Jews""""
Control code
ocn191940120
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xx, 577 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789004119628
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)191940120

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