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Haskalah and Hasidism in the Kingdom of Poland : a history of conflict, Marcin Wodziński ; translated by Sarah Cozens ; assistant translator Agnieszka Mirowska

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Haskalah and Hasidism in the Kingdom of Poland : a history of conflict
Title
Haskalah and Hasidism in the Kingdom of Poland
Title remainder
a history of conflict
Statement of responsibility
Marcin Wodziński ; translated by Sarah Cozens ; assistant translator Agnieszka Mirowska
Creator
Subject
Language
  • eng
  • pol
  • eng
Summary
This award-winning study contextualizes its subject matter within the broader domains of the European Enlightenment, Polish culture, and the politics of the Jewish world
Member of
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Wodziński, Marcin
Dewey number
296/.09438/09034
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Littman library of Jewish civilization
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Hasidism
  • Haskalah
  • Hasidism
Label
Haskalah and Hasidism in the Kingdom of Poland : a history of conflict, Marcin Wodziński ; translated by Sarah Cozens ; assistant translator Agnieszka Mirowska
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
file reproduced from original
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 301-326) and index
Contents
  • Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Preface and Acknowledgements; Contents; Note on Transliteration and Place Names; List of Figures and Tables; List of Abbreviations; Introduction; 1. The Beginnings: Anti-Hasidic Criticism in the Last Years of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth; The Mitnagedim; The First Voices of the Haskalah; From Lithuania to Berlin: Salomon Maimon; From Podolia to Galicia: Mendel Lefin; The Commonwealth's First Maskil: Jacques Calmanson; Conclusions; 2. Characteristics of the Haskalah in the Kingdom of Poland, 1815-1860; What was the Kingdom of Poland?
  • Who were the Maskilim of the Congress Kingdom?Institutions of the Haskalah: The Maskilim as a Social Group; The Geography of the Polish Haskalah; Ideology and Programme; Does Language Make a Maskil?; Why in Polish? The Polish Haskalah and its Polish Context; Conclusions; 3. The Development of Anti-Hasidic Criticism among the Maskilim of the Congress Kingdom, 1815-1830; The Demonization of Hasidism: Friedländer, Radomiński, Niemcewicz; The Polish Haskalah in the Debate of 1818-1822: Antoni Eisenbaum; The Kalisz Voivodeship: Preliminary Inquiries and Reports
  • The Government Inquiries of 1818-1824 and Abraham Stern's RoleWhy did the Polish Maskilim Ignore Hasidism?; Conclusions; 4. Growing Interest, Growing Conflict, 1831-1860; Growing Interest in Hasidism; The Theatre of the Hasidim of Efraim Fischelsohn; Reform Projects: Eliasz Moszkowski; A New Stage of Hasidic Expansion; Conflict in Daily Life: Anatomy of Dissent; The First Maskilic Defence of Hasidism: Jakub Tugendhold; Conclusions; 5. The Twilight of the Haskalah and the Dawning of Integration; Maskilim, Integrationists, and Assimilationists; From the Polish Language to a Polish Identity
  • Polish PatriotismNationality or Religion?; Face to Face with Hasidism; Conclusions; 6. Hatred or Solidarity? Jewish and Polish-Jewish Fraternity in the 1860s; Diagnosis; Solutions; Characteristics of Hasidism; Daniel Neufeld: In Praise of Hasidism; The Anatomy of Conflict: The Sequel; Conclusions; 7. Waning Enthusiasm: Izraelita and the Moderate Integration Movement; Jutrzenka's Heritage; Peltyn's Credo; The Way to Recognition; Izrael Leon Grosglik: 'Letters from a Young Ex-Hasid'; The Great Disillusionment; Hilary Nussbaum: A Historian's Helplessness; New Threats; Conclusions
  • 8. The Death of an Idea: Political, Historical, and Poetic Visions of HasidismAn Ideological Crisis in the Integration Camp; The Political Aspect of Hasidism: Nachum Sokołów; Beyond the Maskilic Historiography of Hasidism; 'Singing and Dancing': The Hasidic Trend in Literature; Conclusions; Conclusion: Between Marginalization, Demonization, and Nostalgia; Appendices; 1. Calmanson on Hasidism (1797); 2. Stern's Report (1818); 3. Radomiński on Hasidism (1820); 4. The Łask Kahal's Complaint about a Hasidic Shtibl (1820); 5. Schönfeld's Report on a Shtibl in Łask (1820)
Control code
ocn607872994
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xi, 335 pages)
File format
one file format
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781909821897
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)607872994
Label
Haskalah and Hasidism in the Kingdom of Poland : a history of conflict, Marcin Wodziński ; translated by Sarah Cozens ; assistant translator Agnieszka Mirowska
Publication
Antecedent source
file reproduced from original
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 301-326) and index
Contents
  • Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Preface and Acknowledgements; Contents; Note on Transliteration and Place Names; List of Figures and Tables; List of Abbreviations; Introduction; 1. The Beginnings: Anti-Hasidic Criticism in the Last Years of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth; The Mitnagedim; The First Voices of the Haskalah; From Lithuania to Berlin: Salomon Maimon; From Podolia to Galicia: Mendel Lefin; The Commonwealth's First Maskil: Jacques Calmanson; Conclusions; 2. Characteristics of the Haskalah in the Kingdom of Poland, 1815-1860; What was the Kingdom of Poland?
  • Who were the Maskilim of the Congress Kingdom?Institutions of the Haskalah: The Maskilim as a Social Group; The Geography of the Polish Haskalah; Ideology and Programme; Does Language Make a Maskil?; Why in Polish? The Polish Haskalah and its Polish Context; Conclusions; 3. The Development of Anti-Hasidic Criticism among the Maskilim of the Congress Kingdom, 1815-1830; The Demonization of Hasidism: Friedländer, Radomiński, Niemcewicz; The Polish Haskalah in the Debate of 1818-1822: Antoni Eisenbaum; The Kalisz Voivodeship: Preliminary Inquiries and Reports
  • The Government Inquiries of 1818-1824 and Abraham Stern's RoleWhy did the Polish Maskilim Ignore Hasidism?; Conclusions; 4. Growing Interest, Growing Conflict, 1831-1860; Growing Interest in Hasidism; The Theatre of the Hasidim of Efraim Fischelsohn; Reform Projects: Eliasz Moszkowski; A New Stage of Hasidic Expansion; Conflict in Daily Life: Anatomy of Dissent; The First Maskilic Defence of Hasidism: Jakub Tugendhold; Conclusions; 5. The Twilight of the Haskalah and the Dawning of Integration; Maskilim, Integrationists, and Assimilationists; From the Polish Language to a Polish Identity
  • Polish PatriotismNationality or Religion?; Face to Face with Hasidism; Conclusions; 6. Hatred or Solidarity? Jewish and Polish-Jewish Fraternity in the 1860s; Diagnosis; Solutions; Characteristics of Hasidism; Daniel Neufeld: In Praise of Hasidism; The Anatomy of Conflict: The Sequel; Conclusions; 7. Waning Enthusiasm: Izraelita and the Moderate Integration Movement; Jutrzenka's Heritage; Peltyn's Credo; The Way to Recognition; Izrael Leon Grosglik: 'Letters from a Young Ex-Hasid'; The Great Disillusionment; Hilary Nussbaum: A Historian's Helplessness; New Threats; Conclusions
  • 8. The Death of an Idea: Political, Historical, and Poetic Visions of HasidismAn Ideological Crisis in the Integration Camp; The Political Aspect of Hasidism: Nachum Sokołów; Beyond the Maskilic Historiography of Hasidism; 'Singing and Dancing': The Hasidic Trend in Literature; Conclusions; Conclusion: Between Marginalization, Demonization, and Nostalgia; Appendices; 1. Calmanson on Hasidism (1797); 2. Stern's Report (1818); 3. Radomiński on Hasidism (1820); 4. The Łask Kahal's Complaint about a Hasidic Shtibl (1820); 5. Schönfeld's Report on a Shtibl in Łask (1820)
Control code
ocn607872994
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xi, 335 pages)
File format
one file format
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781909821897
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)607872994

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