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The Museum’s Collections document the fate of Holocaust victims, survivors, rescuers, liberators, and others through artifacts, documents, photos, films, books, personal stories, and more. Search below to view digital records and find material that you can access at our library and at the Shapell Center.
Moses Mendelssohn and the polemics of history / Jonathan M. Hess Outside and inside the nations: changing borders in the study of the Jewish past during the nineteenth century / Nils Roemer Glaube und Geschichte: a vexed relationship in German-Jewish culture / David N. Myers Two persistent tensions within Wissenschaft des Judentums / Michael A. Meyer Rabbinic literature, rabbinic history, and scholarly thinking : Wissenschaft and beyond / Richard S. Sarason Religionswissenschaft and early Reform Jewish thought : Samuel Hirsch and David Einhorn / Gershon Greenberg "The best antidote to anti-semitism"? : Wissenschaft des Judentums, Protestant biblical scholarship, and anti-semitism in Germany before 1933 / Christian Wiese Fashioning a neutral zone : Jewish and Protestant socialists challenge Religionswissenschaft in Weimar Germany / Marc A. Krell The absence of an encounter: sociology and Jewish studies / Pierre Birnbaum Jewish thought, philosophy, and the Holocaust / Michael L. Morgan "Jewish literature" and "world literature" : Wissenschaft des Judentums and its concept of literature / Andreas B. Kilcher Historicizing emancipation : Jewish historical culture and Wissenschaft in Germany, 1912-1938 / Christhard Hoffmann Historiography in a cultural ghetto : Jewish historians in Nazi Germany / Michael Brenner From text to edition : processes of scholarly thinking in German-Jewish literature in the early nineteenth century / Gabriele von Glasenapp Dimensions and varieties of Orthodox Judaism / Aviezer Ravitzky Which Wissenschaft? : Reconstructionism's theological appropriation of sociology and religious naturalism / Robert M. Seltzer Postzionism and postmodern theory : the challenge to Jewish studies / Laurence J. Silberstein Responsive thinking : cultural studies and Jewish historiography / Jonathan Boyarin Historiography as cultural identity: toward a Jewish history beyond national history / Andreas Gotzmann The impact of feminist theory on Jewish studies / Susannah Heschel What power for which Jews? : (post)modern reflections on the idea of power in Jewish historiography / Anthony D. Kauders.
Gotzmann, Andreas. Wiese, Christian,
9789004152892 900415289X (alk. paper)
Includes bibliographical references (p. -630) and indexes.
Learn about over 1,000 camps and ghettos in Volume I and II of this encyclopedia, which are available as a free PDF download. This reference provides text, photographs, charts, maps, and extensive indexes.