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Protestants, Catholics, and Jews in Germany, 1800-1914 / edited by Helmut Walser Smith.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: BL980.G3 P76 2001

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    Format
    Book
    Published
    Oxford ; New York : Berg, 2001
    Locale
    Germany
    Contents
    The fate of Nathan / Helmut Walser Smith and Chris Clark
    The religious divide: piety in nineteenth-century Germany / Lucian Hölscher
    Religion, denomination and nationalism in nineteenth-century Germany / Wolfgang Altgeld
    The "Christian" state and the "Jewish citizen" in nineteenth-century Prussia / Chris Clark
    The cult of Gustavus Adolphus: Protestant identity and German nationalism / Kevin Cramer
    The process of confessional inculturation: Catholic reading in the "long nineteenth century" / Jeffrey T. Zalar
    Anti-Jesuitism in imperial Germany: The Jesuit as androgyne / Róisín Healy
    The rise of the religious right and the recasting of the "Jewish question": Baden in the 1840's / Dagmar Herzog
    Unity, diversity, and difference: Jews, protestants, and Catholics in Breslau schools during the Kulturkampf / Till van Rahden
    The Catholics' missionary crusade and the Protestant revival in the nineteenth-century Germany / Michael B. Gross
    Building religious community: worship space and experience in Strasburg after the Franco-Prussian War / Anthony J. Steinhoff
    The development and destruction of a social institution: how Jews, Catholics and Protestants lived together in rural Baden, 1862-1940 / Ulrich Baumann
    Living apart and together in Germany / Margaret Lavinia Anderson.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Smith, Helmut Walser, 1962-
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    The fate of Nathan / Helmut Walser Smith and Chris Clark -- The religious divide: piety in nineteenth-century Germany / Lucian Hölscher -- Religion, denomination and nationalism in nineteenth-century Germany / Wolfgang Altgeld -- The "Christian" state and the "Jewish citizen" in nineteenth-century Prussia / Chris Clark -- The cult of Gustavus Adolphus: Protestant identity and German nationalism / Kevin Cramer -- The process of confessional inculturation: Catholic reading in the "long nineteenth century" / Jeffrey T. Zalar -- Anti-Jesuitism in imperial Germany: The Jesuit as androgyne / Róisín Healy --The rise of the religious right and the recasting of the "Jewish question": Baden in the 1840's / Dagmar Herzog -- Unity, diversity, and difference: Jews, protestants, and Catholics in Breslau schools during the Kulturkampf / Till van Rahden -- The Catholics' missionary crusade and the Protestant revival in the nineteenth-century Germany / Michael B. Gross -- Building religious community: worship space and experience in Strasburg after the Franco-Prussian War / Anthony J. Steinhoff -- The development and destruction of a social institution: how Jews, Catholics and Protestants lived together in rural Baden, 1862-1940 / Ulrich Baumann -- Living apart and together in Germany / Margaret Lavinia Anderson.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    1859735606
    1859735657 (pbk.)
    Physical Description
    xiii, 336 p. ; 23 cm.

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