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Die Braut. Geliebt, verkauft, getauscht, geraubt. Zur Rolle der Frau im Kulturvergleich

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Translated title The Bride. Loved, Sold, Exchanged, Stolen. On the Role of Women in Comparative-Culture Studies
Editors & Curators

Gisela Völger, Karin von Welck.

Imprint

Cologne, Germany, 1985. 2 vols., 896 pp., XLVIII pls., illustrations: 48 col., 269 b&w, 27.5 × 21.5 cm. German.

ISBN

3923158076

Location

Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum für Völkerkunde (26 July–13 October 1985)

Description

A monumental, 2-volume publication with 97 essays related to women, their status, and their role as “bride” in various religions and cultures throughout the world. Jewish material addressed in vol. 1, in the essays: “Die Braut im Alten Testament” [The Bride in the Old Testament] (Tamar Somogyi, pp. 134–143), “Jüdische Hochzeitsbräuche in Osteuropa im 18. und 19. Jahrhundert” [Jewish Wedding Customs in Eastern Europe in the 18th–19th C] (Somogyi, pp. 172–179), and “Jüdische Hochzeit in der Kunst” [The Jewish Wedding in Art] (Edward van Voolen, pp. 180–185). No itemized listing.

main keywords

WEDDING/MARRIAGEWOMEN

minor keywords

KetubbotMinhagim booksPrinted booksPrints, Jewish customs & ceremoniesWedding rings

Related publication

Jentsch, Thunar (ed.), Die Braut. Geliebt, verkauft, getauscht, geraubt. Zur Rolle der Frau im Kulturvergleich. Führer zur Ausstellung [The Bride. Loved, Sold, Exchanged, Stolen. On the Role of Women in Comparative-Culture Studies. Exhibition Guide], 1985. Seven sections, with Jewish material presented under the category of “Traditionelle Stadtkulturen” [Traditional City Cultures] (pp. 68–73).

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