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    A New Vision of Jewish History: The Early Historical Writings of Salo Baron

    Chazan, Robert
    AJS Review, 2015, Vol.39(1), pp.27-47 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Cambridge University Press
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    Titre: A New Vision of Jewish History: The Early Historical Writings of Salo Baron
    Auteur: Chazan, Robert
    Echelle: 2015
    Collection: 20150512
    Sujet: Religion ; History & Archaeology ; Women'S Studies;
    Description: While rejecting the traditional belief that Jewish fate was controlled by God, nineteenth- and early twentieth-century historians of the Jews maintained prior perceptions of post-70 Jewish history as a sequence of unmitigated disasters. Beginning in 1928, the young Salo Baron combatted this perspective on the Jewish past, which he dubbed “the lachrymose conception of Jewish history.” In his well-known 1928 essay “Ghetto and Emancipation” and more substantially in the 1937 edition of his Social and Religious History of the Jews , Baron vigorously rejected this view. In the process, he formulated a new periodization of the Jewish past and moved beyond the ideologically grounded and programmatic reconstruction of Jewish history to a rigorously descriptive portrayal of the multi-faceted Jewish historical experience. In so doing, Baron laid the foundations of the flourishing contemporary Jewish historiographic enterprise.
    Précédemment: 20152015050412
    Fait partie de: AJS Review, 2015, Vol.39(1), pp.27-47
    Classement: 201504
    Identifiant: 0364-0094 (ISSN); 1475-4541 (E-ISSN); 10.1017/S0364009414000634 (DOI)

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    Christian and Jewish perceptions of 1096: A case study of trier

    Chazan, Robert
    Jewish History, 1999, Vol.13(2), pp.9-22 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Halakhah in America: The History of City Eruvin, 1894-1962

    Mintz, Adam
    ProQuest Dissertations and Theses
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    Titre: Halakhah in America: The History of City Eruvin, 1894-1962
    Auteur: Mintz, Adam
    Contributeur: Schiffman, Lawrence H. (advisor); Chazan, Robert (committee member); Engel, David (committee member); Gottlieb, Michah (committee member); Rubenstein, Jeffrey (committee member)
    Editeur: ProQuest Dissertations Publishing
    Date: 2011
    Sujet: American History ; History ; Judaic Studies ; American History ; History ; Judaic Studies ; Social Sciences ; City Eruvin ; Eruv ; Halakhah ; Orthodox ; Rabbinate
    Description: This dissertation explores the historical and cultural background of the rabbanic eruv. Eruv, a word that signifies 'mixture', 'combination' or 'fusion' will be used in this dissertation to refer to an eruv hatzerot, the joining of the residents of a limited area or space for the sake of establishing a localized neighborhood in which carrying objects is allowed on the Sabbath. The eruv has been a focus of concern for rabbis from the Mishnaic period to the modern age. The ability to transform an area in which carrying on the Sabbath had been prohibited into an area in which carrying on the Sabbath is permitted created both challenges and opportunities for the rabbis in each generation. The concept of an eruv was introduced in the Mishnaic period in Roman Palestine in order to allow Jews to carry their possessions into the hazer, the semi-private courtyards around which several Jewish families lived, on the Sabbath. Since the courtyard was utilized as a shared space for many activities including...
    Fait partie de: ProQuest Dissertations and Theses
    Identifiant: 978-1-267-04953-7 (ISBN)

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    Medieval Jewry in Northern France: A Political and Social History

    Chazan, Robert
    The Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science

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    The Red Jews: Antisemitism in an Apocalyptic Age 1200-1600 (Book Review)

    Chazan, Robert
    The American Historical Review, 1 December 1996, Vol.101(5), pp.1533-1533 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: The Red Jews: Antisemitism in an Apocalyptic Age 1200-1600 (Book Review)
    Auteur: Chazan, Robert
    Sujet: Nonfiction ; Anti-Semitism ; Middle Ages ; Jews;
    Description: Chazan reviews "The Red Jews: Antisemitism in an Apocalyptic Age 1200-1600" by Andrew Colin Gow.
    Fait partie de: The American Historical Review, 1 December 1996, Vol.101(5), pp.1533-1533
    Identifiant: 00028762 (ISSN); 19375239 (E-ISSN); 10.2307/2170204 (DOI)