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Studies in Anglo-Jewish history

Henry Paine Stokes

Studies in Anglo-Jewish history

by Henry Paine Stokes

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Published by Printed for the Jewish historical society of England by Ballantyne, Hanson & co in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hagin family.,
  • Jews -- England.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby the Rev. H.P. Stokes.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 304 p. :
    Number of Pages304
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17233726M

    This book completely redefines our understanding of fin de siècle Anglo-Jewish author Amy Levy and her writing. Demonstrating that Levy’s writing is less anti-Judaic and more profoundly influenced by the religious concerns of classical German Reformism, Luke Devine's innovative approach reveals that Levy's writing constitutes a genre whose female subjectivity evinces a .   Review: The Palgrave Dictionary of Anglo-Jewish History. I do not envy the task of any editor who agrees to produce a one-volume "dictionary" of Anglo-Jewish history. The book that changed me.

    Geoffrey Alderman (ed.), New Directions in Anglo-Jewish History (Brighton MA: Academic Studies Press, ). ISBN: The past two decades have witnessed a remarkable renaissance in the academic study of the history of the Jews in Great Britain and of their impact upon British history. JACOBS, JOSEPH (–), Jewish historian, folklorist, and scholar. He was born in Sydney, Australia, studied in England, and, after graduating in history in Cambridge, went to complete his studies in Berlin where he worked under Steinschneider. On his return to England he became an author and journalist.

    General Overviews. The Jewish Historical Society of England was formed in , but its agenda was apologetic. For decades the Transactions of the Jewish Historical Society of England (TJHSE) published articles that dwelt on medieval Jewry in order to show how rooted Jews were in English history, pieces that celebrated the readmission of the Jews in , or biographical . Clark's work is arguably the most sophisticate and intelligent account we currently have of this topic., A Painstaking Forensic Examination of a Hitherto Relatively Neglected Period in Anglo-Jewish History, "A masterful survey of the Anglo-Jewish community during a momentous period in its development from which modern British scoiety with its huge influx of immigrants can learn .


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Stokes: BooksCited by: 7. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Educational minimalism in the ascendant, profile of Jewish leadership at bay --James Picciotto, pioneer Anglo-Jewish historian --A dynasty for its times, the Van Ovens of England.

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[T]his volume contains something for anyone interested in Anglo-Jewish history. — Simon Mayers, in the Journal of Modern Jewish Studies, vol. 12, issue 3 (December ) “ This valuable collection of essays by new scholars in the field. STUDIES IN ANGLO-JEWISH HISTORY (in association with the Jewish Historical Society of England) Edited by Rabbi Dr Bernard Susser [These were a series of A5 booklets in process of publication by Rabbi Susser at the time of his death] There are a number of lists included in the Archive, some contain very small numbers of records and some are.

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My thanks to Professor. “This book is remarkable for its comprehensive research and highly sophisticated viewpoint. It deals with the Anglo Jewish community in the mid-nineteenth century, roughly tilla formative period in the evolution of the Jewish people in Britain, which is normally discussed by historians who take the so-called ‘struggle for Jewish.As such, it is a book that all those interested in Jewish history and in medieval English history will treasure and want to own.” (Robert C.

Stacey, Jewish Historical Studies, Vol. 48 (1), ) "The authors have produced an excellent reference tool which complements The Palgrave Dictionary of Anglo-Jewish History and enhances our sources of. 46) to local history, exemplified before in Anglo-Jewish local studies by Bernard Susser’s The Jews of South-West England (), which charted the ‘rise and decline of [the Jewish] medieval and modern communities’ (p.

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