Heft 40 (2015)

Rebekka Voß

Johann Jacob Schudt’s “Jewish Notabilia”: Historical Context and Historiographic Significance, S. 1 - 34.

 

I.                    Describing the “Other”: Ethnography, Hebraism and Orientalism in the Eighteenth Century

 

Yaacov Deutsch

Schudt and Ethnography of Jews and Judaism in the Early Modern Period,

S. 37 – 46.

 

Stephen G. Burnett

Schudt and German Christian Hebraism, S. 47 - 61.

 

Ivan Kalmar

Early Orientalism and the Jews: Baroque Ethnography and Johann Jacob Schudt’s “Jewish Memorabilia”, S. 63 - 76.

 

II.                 Modes of Collecting and Writing Jewish History

 

David Schnur

Frankfurter Archivalien in den »Jüdischen Merckwürdigkeiten«: Beobachtungen zu Schudts spätmittelalterlicher Quellengrundlage und ihrer Stellung im Gesamtwerk, S. 79 - 101.

 

Simon Neuberg

Some Philological and Bibliographical Aspects of Yiddish Texts in Schudt,

S. 103 - 114.

 

Maria Diemling

About Bakers, Butchers, Geese and Pigs: Food and the Negotiating of Boundaries Between Jews and Christians in Johann Jacob Schudt’s “Jüdische Merckwürdigkeiten”, S. 115 - 138

 

 

III.               Constructing the Jewish “Other” in the Eighteenth Century

 

Carsten L. Wilke

From Deicide to Diaspora: The Construction of Jewish World History in Johann Jacob Schudt’s Latin Writings, S. 141 - 165.

 

Pavel Sládek

Early Modern Polemical Anti-Ethnographies of Jews: An Unpublished Book on Jewish Mores by the Czech Catholic Priest Karel Jugl, S. 167 - 198.

 

Iris Idelson-Shein

Othering from the Outside: Jews and “Race” During the Early-Modern Period, S. 199 - 219.

 

IV.         Contextualizing Frankfurt: Urban Jewries circa 1700

 

Stefan Litt, co-authored by Rahel Blum

The Situation of Frankfurt’s Jewish Community Around 1700 (16751711),

S. 223 - 237.

 

Rachel L. Greenblatt

On Jewish Prague in the Age of Schudt’s Frankfurt: Two Jewish Towns in Celebration on the Birth of an Heir to the Habsburg Throne (1716), S. 239 - 257.

 

Yosef Kaplan

Amsterdam’s Jewry as Perceived by English Tourists and Other Christian Visitors in the Seventeenth Century, S. 259 – 283.

 

Stephan Laux

“Ersatzbürgertum” in the Wake of Confessionalization: Jews, Protestants, and French Royal Administration in Metz (16th17th Century), S. 285 - 307.

 

Elissa Sampson; Jonathan Boyarin

Louis Wirth and the American Image of the Frankfurt Ghetto, S. 309 - 328.

 

Preliminary Bibliography of Schudt’s Published Works, S. 329 - 336.

 

 

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