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Jewish scholarship and culture in nineteenth-century Germany [electronic resource] : between history and faith / Nils H. Roemer.

By: Roemer, Nils H.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Studies in German Jewish cultural history and literature: Publisher: Madison, Wis. : University of Wisconsin Press, c2005Description: 1 online resource (x, 251 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9780299211738 (electronic bk.); 0299211738 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Jews -- Germany -- Intellectual life -- 19th century | Jews -- Germany -- Identity | Jews -- Germany -- Historiography | Jewish learning and scholarship -- Germany -- History -- 19th century | Judaism -- Germany -- History -- 19th century | Juifs -- Allemagne -- Vie intellectuelle -- 19e si�ecle | Juifs -- Allemagne -- Identit�e | Juifs -- Allemagne -- Historiographie | Juifs -- Savoir et �erudition -- Allemagne -- Histoire -- 19e si�ecle | Juda�isme -- Allemagne -- Histoire -- 19e si�ecle | HISTORY -- Historiography | Geistesleben | Identit�at | Geschichtsschreibung | Religi�ose Identit�at | Kultur | Judenemanzipation | Deutschland | JudenGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Jewish scholarship and culture in nineteenth-century Germany.DDC classification: 907/.2/023924043 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Historicizing Judaism -- Fissures and unity -- Challenges and responses -- Reading Jewish history in the fin de si�ecle.
Summary: "German Jews were fully assimilated and secularized in the nineteenth century - or so it is commonly assumed. Nils Roemer challenges this assumption, finding that religious sentiments, concepts, and rhetoric found expression through a newly emerging theological historicism at the center of modern German Jewish culture."--Jacket.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 215-244) and index.

1. Historicizing Judaism -- 2. Fissures and unity -- 3. Challenges and responses -- 4. Reading Jewish history in the fin de si�ecle.

"German Jews were fully assimilated and secularized in the nineteenth century - or so it is commonly assumed. Nils Roemer challenges this assumption, finding that religious sentiments, concepts, and rhetoric found expression through a newly emerging theological historicism at the center of modern German Jewish culture."--Jacket.

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