SEPHARDIC AND MIZRAHI JEWRY FROM THE GOLDEN AGE OF SPAIN TO MODERN TIMES

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Sephardic And Mizrahi Jewry

Author : Zion Zohar
ISBN : 0814797067
Genre : History
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Sephardic Jews have contributed some of the most important Jewish philosophers, poets, biblical commentators, Talmudic and Halachic scholars, and scientists, and have had a significant impact on the development of Jewish mysticism. Sephardic and Mizrahi Jewry brings together original work from the world's leading scholars to present a deep introductory overview of their history and culture over the past 1500 years.
Category: History

Sephardi Jewry

Author : Esther Benbassa
ISBN : 0520218221
Genre : History
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Praise for the French edition: "The most complete and thorough historical synthesis ever written in a European language on the Jewish communities of the Balkans and Turkey."--Michel Abitbol, L'arche "A rich and too-little-known history that successfully avoids twin snares: the myth of the irreparable decadence of oriental Judaism and the myth of the lost golden age of Spain."--Alain Dieckhoff, Les Nouveaux Cahiers "The authors illuminate the variety of responses--between the poles of westernizing and holding onto tradition--offered by these Jewish societies of the Levantine Sephardi cultural area to the processes of modernization, as well as their startling receptivity to the new ideologies of zionism and socialism that marked the end of the nineteenth century." --Annales
Category: History

Role Model And Countermodel

Author : Carsten Schapkow
ISBN : 9781498508032
Genre : Religion
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This book uses the parameters of role model and countermodel to analyze the perception of Iberian-Jewish history and culture in German-Jewish remembrance culture during the era of emancipation. It speaks to the significance of intercultural mediation as key to the German-Jewish experience through the lens of this “Golden Age” in Jewish history.
Category: Religion

Sephardi Family Life In The Early Modern Diaspora

Author : Julia Rebollo Lieberman
ISBN : 9781584659433
Genre : History
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Groundbreaking essays on Sephardic Jewish families in the Ottoman Empire and Western Sephardic communities
Category: History

Greeted With Smiles

Author : Evan Rapport
ISBN : 9780190226343
Genre : Music
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As the Soviet Union stood on the brink of collapse, thousands of Bukharian Jews left their homes from across the predominantly Muslim cities of Central Asia, to reestablish their lives in the United States, Israel and Europe. Today, about thirty thousand Bukharian Jews reside in New York City, settled into close-knit communities and existing as a quintessential American immigrant group. For Bukharian immigrants, music is an essential part of their communal self-definition, and musicians frequently act as cultural representatives for the group as a whole. Greeted with Smiles: Bukharian Jewish Music and Musicians in New York explores the circumstances facing new American immigrants, using the music of the Bukharian Jews to gain entrance into their community and their culture. Author Evan Rapport investigates the transformation of Bukharian identity through an examination of corresponding changes in its music, focusing on three of these distinct but overlapping repertoires - maqom (classical or "heavy" music), Jewish religious music and popular party (or "light") music. Drawing upon interviews, participant observation and music lessons, Rapport interprets the personal perspectives of musicians who serve as community leaders and representatives. By adapting strategies acquired as an ethno-religious minority among Central Asian Muslim neighbors, Bukharian musicians have adjusted their musical repertoire in their new American home. The result is the creation of a distinct Bukharian Jewish American identity-their musical activities are changing the city's cultural landscape while at the same time providing for an understanding of the cultural implications of Bukharian diaspora. Greeted with Smiles is sure to be an essential text for ethnomusicologists and scholars of Jewish and Central Asian music and culture, Jewish-Muslim interaction and diasporic communities.
Category: Music

Foundations Of Sephardic Spirituality

Author : Marc D. Angel
ISBN : 9781580233415
Genre : Religion
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Explores the teachings, values, attitudes, and cultural patterns that characterized Judeo-Spanish life over the generations and how the Sephardim maintained a strong sense of pride and dignity, even when they lived in difficult political, economic, and social conditions. Focuses on what you can learn from the Sephardic sages and from their folk wisdom that can help you live a stronger, deeper spiritual life.
Category: Religion

Sephardic Jews

Author : Ron Duncan Hart
ISBN : 1935604775
Genre : History
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"Sephardic Jews are the Jews who lived in Spain historically and later in the Spanish Diaspora following the Expulsion of 1492. This covers the rich cultural history of Jews in Spain, the religious and cultural life, the communities that developed in the Diaspora from the Ottoman Empire to Morocco and the Americas. Attention is given to the Jews who converted to Christianity and lived as crypto-Jews"--
Category: History

Sephardism

Author : Yael Halevi-Wise
ISBN : 9780804781718
Genre : Religion
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In this book, Sephardism is defined not as an expression of Sephardic identity but as a politicized literary metaphor. Since the nineteenth century, this metaphor has occurred with extraordinary frequency in works by authors from a variety of ethnicities, religions, and nationalities in Europe, the Americas, North Africa, Israel, and even India. Sephardism asks why Gentile and Jewish writers and cultural figures have chosen to draw upon the medieval Sephardic experience to express their concerns about dissidents and minorities in modern nations? To what extent does their use of Sephardism overlap with other politicized discourses such as orientalism, hispanism, and medievalism, which also emerged from a clash between authoritarian, progressive, and romantic ideologies? This book brings a new approach to Sephardic Studies by situating it at a crossroads between Jewish Studies and Hispanic Studies in ways that enhance our appreciation of how historical fiction and political history have shaped, and were shaped by, historical attitudes toward Jews and their representation.
Category: Religion

Jewish Book World

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105133493531
Genre : Jews
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Category: Jews