The Stranger in Early Modern and Modern Jewish Tradition
Series: Studies in Jewish History and Culture, Volume: 67
Editors: Catherine Bartlett and Joachim Schlör
Throughout history, Jews have often been regarded, and treated, as “strangers.” In The Stranger in Early Modern and Modern Jewish Tradition, authors from a wide variety of disciplines discuss how the notion of “the stranger” can offer an integrative perspective on Jewish identities, on the non-Jewish perceptions of Jews, and on the relations between Jews and non-Jews in an innovative way.
Contributions from history, philosophy, religion, sociology, literature, and the arts offer a new perspective on the Jewish experience in early modern and modern times: in contact and conflict, in processes of attribution and allegation, but also self-reflection and negotiation, focused on the figure of the stranger.
E-Book (PDF) – ISBN: 978-90-04-43546-9 – Publication Date: 22 July 2021
Hardback – ISBN: 978-90-04-43545-2 – Publication Date: 22 July 2021
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