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German Jewry and the allure of the Sephardic / John M. Efron.

Efron, John M. (författare)
ISBN 9780691167749
Publicerad: Princeton : Princeton University Press, 2016
Copyright: ©2016
Engelska 343 pages
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  • "In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, as German Jews struggled for legal emancipation and social acceptance, they also embarked on a program of cultural renewal, two key dimensions of which were distancing themselves from their fellow Ashkenazim in Poland and giving a special place to the Sephardim of medieval Spain. Where they saw Ashkenazic Jewry as insular and backward, a result of Christian persecution, they depicted the Sephardim as worldly, morally and intellectually superior, and beautiful, products of the tolerant Muslim environment in which they lived. In this elegantly written book, John Efron looks in depth at the special allure Sephardic aesthetics held for German Jewry.Efron examines how German Jews idealized the sound of Sephardic Hebrew and the Sephardim's physical and moral beauty, and shows how the allure of the Sephardic found expression in neo-Moorish synagogue architecture, historical novels, and romanticized depictions of Sephardic history. He argues that the shapers of German-Jewish culture imagined medieval Iberian Jewry as an exemplary Jewish community, bound by tradition yet fully at home in the dominant culture of Muslim Spain. Efron argues that the myth of Sephardic superiority was actually an expression of withering self-critique by German Jews who, by seeking to transform Ashkenazic culture and win the acceptance of German society, hoped to enter their own golden age.Stimulating and provocative, this book demonstrates how the goal of this aesthetic self-refashioning was not assimilation but rather the creation of a new form of German-Jewish identity inspired by Sephardic beauty"-- 

Ämnesord

Sefarder  (sao)
Haskalah  (sao)
Traditioner  (sao)
Vardagsliv  (sao)
Judar  -- historia (sao)
Kulturell assimilation  -- historia (sao)
Intellektuellt liv  -- historia (sao)
Jews  -- Germany -- Intellectual life -- 18th century. (LCSH)
Jews  -- Germany -- Identity -- 18th century. (LCSH)
Jews  -- Germany -- Intellectual life -- 19th century. (LCSH)
Jews  -- Germany -- Identity -- 19th century. (LCSH)
Sephardim  -- Social life and customs. (LCSH)
Jews  -- Cultural assimilation -- Germany. (LCSH)
Haskalah  -- Germany -- History -- 18th century. (LCSH)
HISTORY / Jewish.  (bisacsh)
HISTORY / Europe / General.  (bisacsh)
HISTORY / Social History.  (bisacsh)
RELIGION / Judaism / History.  (bisacsh)
Ethnic relations.  (fast)
Haskalah.  (fast)
Jews  -- Cultural assimilation. (fast)
Jews  -- Identity. (fast)
Jews  -- Intellectual life. (fast)
Sephardim  -- Social life and customs. (fast)
Manners and customs  (LCSH)
Haskalah  (LCSH)
Sephardim  (LCSH)
Tyskland  (sao)
Germany  -- Ethnic relations. (LCSH)
Germany.  (fast)
1700-talet  (sao)
1800-talet  (sao)
1700 - 1899  (fast)

Genre

History.  (fast)

Klassifikation

DS134.24 (LCC)
305.892404309033 (DDC)
Koafh (kssb/8 (machine generated))
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