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German Judaica. A Sampling of Harvard’s Library Resources for the Study of German Jewry. Exhibition

in Catalog of Catalogs Online

(130 words)

Editor

Stephen M. Poppel.

Curators

Stephen M. Poppel, Charles Berlin.

Imprint

Cambridge, Mass., USA, 1982. Booklet, 36 pp., illustrations: 19 b&w, 29 × 22.5 cm. English.

Location

Harvard University, Widener Library (11–21 May 1982)

Description

A sampling of (mostly) printed books from the Middle Ages until the current year. 1–2 page overviews on the following topics: rabbinic scholarship, early Hebrew printing in Germany, Christian-Jewish relations in late medieval and early modern times, legal and cultural developments in the modern period, religion and scholarship in the 19th C, communal activities, Jewish culture, antisemitism and the Jewish response, the Holocaust, and post-Holocaust rebirth. Itemized checklist for each section. 126 items.

main keywords

GERMANYHEBREW PRINTING, GERMANYPRINTED BOOKS

minor keywords

Antisemitic images/objectsHistorical documentsHolocaust

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