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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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    The letter of R. Jacob ben Elijah to friar paul

    Chazan, Robert
    Hîstôry¯a yêhûdît = Jewish history, 1992, Vol.6(1), pp.51-63 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    The Facticity of Medieval Narrative: A Case Study of the Hebrew First Crusade Narratives

    Chazan, Robert
    AJS Review, 1991, Vol.16(1-2), pp.31-56 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    The Historiographical Legacy of Salo Wittmayer Baron: The Medieval Period

    Chazan, Robert
    AJS Review, 1993, Vol.18(1), pp.29-37 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    The Hebrew First Crusade Chronicles: Further Reflections

    Chazan, Robert
    AJS Review, 1978, Vol.3, pp.79-98 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Cambridge University Press
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    Titre: The Hebrew First Crusade Chronicles: Further Reflections
    Auteur: Chazan, Robert
    Echelle: 1978
    Sujet: Religion ; History & Archaeology ; Women'S Studies;
    Description: In a previous article, I studied the short and anonymous Hebrew First Crusade chronicle. The choice of text S as the starting point for an investigation of the three surviving records of Jewish suffering and heroism in 1096 was a natural one. The text, as it now stands, constitutes a wellorganized and coherent unit, broken off suddenly during the depiction of the destruction of Mayence Jewry. While it is certain that the chronicler did not witness personally all the events which he described, he did integrate his written and oral sources into an account which exhibits a broad and consistent grasp of the unfolding of the First Crusade and the related violence which inundated Rhineland Jewry. L, the longest of the Hebrew First Crusade chronicles, is more difficult to analyze, partly because of the length of the text, partly because of its poor state of preservation, and partly because the awkwardness of the chronicler has left tantalizing hints regarding the process of editing. Like S, L is based on a series of written and oral sources. The editor of L, however, was less adroit than the editor of S in fusing his sources into a satisfying unit. Because of this lack of grace, the hand of the editor is more apparent in L, although the precise dimensions of his role cannot be fully clarified on the basis of the texts currently available. While the problems associated with L are vexing, its richness of detail and its power necessitate an effort to clarify some of these problems and to suggest tentative solutions. Many of our conclusions will be speculative; the state of the text and its sister texts will allow no more.
    Précédemment: 197804
    Fait partie de: AJS Review, 1978, Vol.3, pp.79-98
    Classement: 197804
    Identifiant: 0364-0094 (ISSN); 1475-4541 (E-ISSN); 10.1017/S0364009400000313 (DOI)

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    The Jew as Ally of the Muslim: Medieval Roots of Anti-Semitism

    Chazan, Robert
    AJS Review, 1987, Vol.12(1), pp.163-168 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]