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Dutch Jews as perceived by themselves and by others : proceedings of the eighth International Symposium on the History of the Jews in the Netherlands / edited by Chaya Brasz and Yosef Kaplan.

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    Overview

    Series
    Brill's series in Jewish studies ; vol. 24
    Brill's series in Jewish studies ; v. 24.
    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Symposium on the History of the Jews in the Netherlands (8th : 1998 : Jerusalem)
    Published
    Leiden : Brill, 2001
    Locale
    Netherlands
    Contents
    Section 1. The Portuguese Jews : image and self-image.
    The Amsterdam Portuguese rabbinate in the seventeenth century : a unique institution viewed from within and without / Matt Goldish.
    Gente Politica : the Portuguese Jews of Amsterdam vis-à-vis Dutch society / Yosef Kaplan.
    A study in intercommunal relations in the Sephardi diaspora : London and Amsterdam in the eighteenth century / Evelyne Oliel-Grausz.
    The Portuguese Jewish nation of Amsterdam as reflected in the memoirs of Abraham Haim Lopes Arias, 1752 / Gérard Nahon.
    Isaac de Pinto's testaments : a case of multiple images? / Shlomo Berger

    Section 2. Christian attitudes.
    The fate of the Jewish nation : visions of the Jews in the Netherlands in the nineteenth century / Judith Frishman.
    Strangers in a strange country : Catholic views of Jews in the Netherlands, 1918-1945 / Theo Salemink.
    Dutch Jews as perceived by Dutch Protestants, 1860-1960 / Gert van Klinken

    Section 3. Social and cultural encounters.
    To see ourselves as others see us : Dutch Jews and Jewish Dutchmen in poetry and prose / Wout Jac. van Bekkum.
    Jews on stage and stage Jews, 1890-1940 / Hetty Berg. Amsterdam Jews and Amsterdam prostitution, 1650-1750 / Lotte C. van de Pol.
    Image and self-image of the Jewish workers in the labour movements in Amsterdam, 1880-1914 / Karin Hofmeester

    Section 4. Species Hollandia Judaica?
    Ideological historiography / Jozeph Michman. Dutch Jews as Zionists and Israeli citizens / Chaya Brasz.
    Through the Israeli looking glass : Dutch Jews in the eyes of the Israelis living in Holland / Chris Kooyman.
    Dutch Jewish ex libris found among looted books in the Offenbach Archival Depot (1946) / F.J. Hoogewoud

    Section 5. The Shoah : resistance and rescue.
    Memories of a hidden child : a personal reflection / Ed van Thijn.
    The Dutch churches, Christians, and the rescue of Jews in the Netherlands / Bob Moore.
    Opportunities for Dutch Jews to hide from the Nazis, 1942-1945 / Bert Jan Flim.
    The persecution of the Jews, as reflected in Dutch underground newspapers / Roni Hershkovitz

    Section 6. The Shoah : ultimate escape and leadership.
    The unwholesome theme of suicide : forgotten statistics of attempted suicides in Amsterdam and Jewish suicides in the Netherlands for 1936-1943 / Wout Ultee, Frank van Tubergen, and Ruud Luijkx.
    Truth is the daughter of time : Prof. David Cohen as seen by himself and by others / Piet Schrijvers

    Section 7. The Shoah : coping with the past.
    The place of the Holocaust of Dutch Jewry in a wider historical fabric : Approaches of non-Dutch historians / Dan Michman.
    A disgrace? Postwar restitution of looted Jewish property in the Netherlands / Gerard Aalders.
    The postwar Jewish community and the memory of the persecution in the Netherlands / Ido de Haan.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
    Section 1. The Portuguese Jews : image and self-image. -- The Amsterdam Portuguese rabbinate in the seventeenth century : a unique institution viewed from within and without / Matt Goldish. -- Gente Politica : the Portuguese Jews of Amsterdam vis-à-vis Dutch society / Yosef Kaplan. -- A study in intercommunal relations in the Sephardi diaspora : London and Amsterdam in the eighteenth century / Evelyne Oliel-Grausz. -- The Portuguese Jewish nation of Amsterdam as reflected in the memoirs of Abraham Haim Lopes Arias, 1752 / Gérard Nahon. -- Isaac de Pinto's testaments : a case of multiple images? / Shlomo Berger -- -- Section 2. Christian attitudes. -- The fate of the Jewish nation : visions of the Jews in the Netherlands in the nineteenth century / Judith Frishman. -- Strangers in a strange country : Catholic views of Jews in the Netherlands, 1918-1945 / Theo Salemink. -- Dutch Jews as perceived by Dutch Protestants, 1860-1960 / Gert van Klinken -- -- Section 3. Social and cultural encounters. -- To see ourselves as others see us : Dutch Jews and Jewish Dutchmen in poetry and prose / Wout Jac. van Bekkum. -- Jews on stage and stage Jews, 1890-1940 / Hetty Berg. Amsterdam Jews and Amsterdam prostitution, 1650-1750 / Lotte C. van de Pol. -- Image and self-image of the Jewish workers in the labour movements in Amsterdam, 1880-1914 / Karin Hofmeester -- -- Section 4. Species Hollandia Judaica? -- Ideological historiography / Jozeph Michman. Dutch Jews as Zionists and Israeli citizens / Chaya Brasz. -- Through the Israeli looking glass : Dutch Jews in the eyes of the Israelis living in Holland / Chris Kooyman. -- Dutch Jewish ex libris found among looted books in the Offenbach Archival Depot (1946) / F.J. Hoogewoud -- -- Section 5. The Shoah : resistance and rescue. -- Memories of a hidden child : a personal reflection / Ed van Thijn. -- The Dutch churches, Christians, and the rescue of Jews in the Netherlands / Bob Moore. -- Opportunities for Dutch Jews to hide from the Nazis, 1942-1945 / Bert Jan Flim. -- The persecution of the Jews, as reflected in Dutch underground newspapers / Roni Hershkovitz -- -- Section 6. The Shoah : ultimate escape and leadership. -- The unwholesome theme of suicide : forgotten statistics of attempted suicides in Amsterdam and Jewish suicides in the Netherlands for 1936-1943 / Wout Ultee, Frank van Tubergen, and Ruud Luijkx. -- Truth is the daughter of time : Prof. David Cohen as seen by himself and by others / Piet Schrijvers -- -- Section 7. The Shoah : coping with the past. -- The place of the Holocaust of Dutch Jewry in a wider historical fabric : Approaches of non-Dutch historians / Dan Michman. -- A disgrace? Postwar restitution of looted Jewish property in the Netherlands / Gerard Aalders. -- The postwar Jewish community and the memory of the persecution in the Netherlands / Ido de Haan.

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    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9004117059
    9004120386 (pbk.)
    Physical Description
    xiv, 457 p., [8] p. of plates : ill., maps, ports. ; 25 cm.

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