A Social And Religious History Of The Jews Late Middle Ages And Era Of European Expansion V 9 Under Church And Empire V 10 On The Empires Periphery V 11 Citizen Or Alien Conjurer V 12 Economic Catalyst V 13 Inquisition Renaissance And Reformation V 14 Catholic Restoration And Wars Of Religion V 15 Resettlement And Exploration V 16 Poland Lithuania 1500 1650 V 17 Byzantines Mamelukes And Maghribians V 18 The Ottoman Empire Persia Ethiopia India And China

Author: Salo Wittmayer Baron
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A Social And Religious History Of The Jews Late Middle Ages And Era Of European Expansion V 9 Under Church And Empire V 10 On The Empires Periphery V 11 Citizen Or Alien Conjurer V 12 Economic Catalyst V 13 Inquisition Renaissance And Reformation V 14 Catholic Restoration And Wars Of Religion V 15 Resettlement And Exploration V 16 Poland Lithuania 1500 1650 V 17 Byzantines Mamelukes And Maghribians V 18 The Ottoman Empire Persia Ethiopia India And China from the Author: Salo Wittmayer Baron.

The Jews In Sicily

Author: Shlomo Simonsohn
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9004182780
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The Jews In Sicily from the Author: Shlomo Simonsohn. This volume of the "Documentary History of the Jews in Italy" is the ninth of the second series, illustrating the history of the Jews in Sicily based on notarial and court records. It is the sequel to the eight volumes of the first series. Notarial deeds drawn up by public notaries in Palermo and elsewhere and cases brought before the Pretorian Court in Palermo present a kaleidoscopic picture of the private lives of the Jews of Sicily during the last three centuries of their presence on the island. They illustrate the economic, social and religious history of the Jewish minority and the relations with the Christian majority. Much information is provided on trade and commerce, crafts and professions, religious and family life. Some light is thrown also on the internal life of the communities, particularly the larger ones, including organization and institutions, the synagogue, education, customs and traditions. Although the surviving legal deeds present only a fraction of the total drawn up in those years, they are copious and abundant. Over 30,000 documents of this group were selected for publication, most appearing here for the first time. While some documents are discussed at length, the majority are only presented in summary form. The volume is provided with additional bibliography and indexes, while the introduction will appear at the end of the series.

The Jewish Polity

Author: Daniel Judah Elazar
Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 9780253331564
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The Jewish Polity from the Author: Daniel Judah Elazar.

A Social And Religious History Of The Jews Index To Volumes Ix Xviii

Author: Salo W. Baron
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 9780231088565
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A Social And Religious History Of The Jews Index To Volumes Ix Xviii from the Author: Salo W. Baron. Designed to accompany the 18-volume reference work, this index contains the names, events and dates that appear in the last 9 volumes of the set. It includes a chronological table of principal events and personalities.

Jews Christians And Muslims In Medieval And Early Modern Times

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Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9004267840
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Jews Christians And Muslims In Medieval And Early Modern Times from the Author: . This volume brings together articles on various aspects of cultural, religious, social and commercial interactions between Jews, Christians and Muslims in the medieval and early modern periods.

Sephardic Studies In The University

Author: Jane S. Gerber
Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press
ISBN: 9780838635421
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Sephardic Studies In The University from the Author: Jane S. Gerber. Since the 1970s the field of Jewish Studies has witnessed a remarkable growth in universities in Israel, the United States, and Europe. Hundreds of Western universities have incorporated the Jewish experience into the course offerings in established departments of religion, philosophy, history, and literature, or created new programs to reflect the growth of the field. It is paradoxical, however, that Sephardic Studies have always been unevenly represented in institutions of higher learning, for the teaching of Jewish life in the medieval world always included a natural focus on both Spain and Iraq. Spanish Jewry was the jewel of medieval Jewish civilization, and Iraq was the seedbed of rabbinic culture. Nevertheless, the teaching of Sephardic civilization was incomplete and Eurocentric, with the Jews of Islam, an ongoing entity for over a thousand years, scarcely figuring in any course offerings. Sephardic Studies in the University provides indispensible teaching aids for the introduction of Sephardic Studies, the newest branch of Jewish Studies, into the university curriculum. Internationally recognized experts in several disciplines from the United States, Canada, France, and Israel contribute bibliographical essays, university course syllabi, and teaching suggestions based upon their individual approaches to teaching the civilization of the Jews of Spain and the Muslim world in medieval and modern times. Teachers and students of Jewish civilization, Spanish history, and the Jewish-Muslim encounter will welcome this timely collaborative project of the International Center for the University teaching of Jewish Civilization and the Institute for Sephardic Studies of the Graduate Center of the City University of New York.

Science Faith And Man

Author: W.Warren Wagar
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1349003816
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Science Faith And Man from the Author: W.Warren Wagar.

Kinship And Casework

Author: Hope Jensen Leichter
Publisher: Russell Sage Foundation
ISBN: 1610446623
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Kinship And Casework from the Author: Hope Jensen Leichter. Reaffirms the importance of the larger kinship network through analysis of extensive data on the clients of one social agency. The authors show that the less kinship-oriented caseworkers often attempt to change clients' kin relationships in the direction of less involvement, raising questions about value differences in therapeutic practice. The book also points to the importance of concepts, such as those dealing with family kinship, that will enable the caseworker to appraise the client's social relationships more fully. The authors emphasize the benefits to be derived from a closer liaison between social work and social science.