Save

Die ersten Europäer. Habsburger und andere Juden—eine Welt vor 1914

in Catalog of Catalogs Online

(232 words)

Editors

Felicitas Heimann-Jelinek, Michaela Feurstein-Prasser.

Imprint

Hohenems, Austria, 2014. 183 pp., illustrations: 53 col., 30.7 × 23.6 cm. German.

ISBN

9783854764397 (German edition); 9783854764403 (English edition)

Location

Jüdisches Museum Hohenems (25 March–5 October 2014)

Description

The Jewish contribution to European civilization, especially in the Habsburg Empire and the areas under its influence. Emphasis placed on the Jews’ mobility and extensive cross-border networks, which enabled them to play a critical role as mediators between cultures and regions. Title essay by Felicitas Heimann-Jelinek and Michaela Feurstein-Prasser elaborates on the exhibition’s conceptual framework. 6 additional essays on: the Jews in Central Europe, 18th–20th C (Diana Pinto), the Jews as the first Europeans (Erik Petry), networks amongst Jews in Early Modern Europe (Joshua Teplitsky), Josel of Rosheim as “commander” of Germany Jewry (J. Friedrich Battenberg), etc. Catalog with full-page, extensive entries for each exhibit. 41 items.

main keywords

AUSTRIACENTRAL EUROPECEREMONIAL OBJECTSHISTORICAL DOCUMENTSPHOTOGRAPHSPRINTED BOOKSSYNAGOGUE TEXTILESTORAH ORNAMENTSVIENNA

minor keywords

Aaron Wolf Herlingen of Gewitsch (scribe-artist)CoinsDrawings/SketchesHanukkah lampsHebrew illuminated manuscripts, Ashkenaz, 12th–14th CHebrew printing, ViennaHistorical photographsKaufmann, IsidorKeter TorahMemor booksMicrographyPostersPrayers for the sovereignRimmonimShiviti plaques, paperShmirotSoldiers (Jewish) & related objectsSynagogues, GermanyTassTemple of Jerusalem modelsTorah Ark curtainsTorah mantlesTzedakah boxes/containers

Catalog of Catalogs Online

Content Metrics

All Time Past Year Past 30 Days
Abstract Views 0 0 0
Full Text Views 2 2 0
PDF Views & Downloads 0 0 0