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Author: Dean Phillip Bell Dr
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Language: English
Publisher: Brill (December 1, 2001)
Category: History
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Bell's book intends to fill this gap. Neither a social history, nor an intellectual history of fifteenth-century Germans and Jews, it is a pioneering attempt to track the changing definitions of Jewish and Christian identity in the fifteenth century. It is an ambitious enterprise.

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Dean Bell in his incisive new book has juxtaposed these two disciplinary .

Dean Bell in his incisive new book has juxtaposed these two disciplinary discussions and forced them into a very fruitful conversation that sheds a good deal of light upon the experience of both Jew and Christian in late medieval German cities. He does this by analyzing the changing understanding that Christians and Jews had of the idea of "community. Moreover, Jewish students traditionally traveled to other places to study in yeshivas led by famous scholars.

We all live in a community, and it was no different for the Jews and Christians of medieval Germany-or was it? This book draws together disparate threads of Christian and Jewish communal development in an effort to give a deeper understanding to the complex tapestry of Jewish and Christian interaction. In the broad examination presented herein, it is possible to compare t We all live in a community, and it was no different for the Jews and Christians of medieval Germany-or was it?

Studies in Central European Histories, Volume: 2. Dean Phillip Bell is Dean at the Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies in Chicago

Studies in Central European Histories, Volume: 23. Author: Dean Phillip Bell. Dean Phillip Bell is Dean at the Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies in Chicago. Bell, Dozent am Spertus College of Jewish studies an der Universität Chicago legt die wohl wichtigste Arbeiten der letzten Jahre über Juden und Christen im deutschen Spätmittelalter vo. Helmrath, Gender Studies.

Dean Phillip Bell, concurs with R. Po-chia Hsia's conclusion that recent .

This book sets out "to recontextualize the world of Jewish and Christian relations by focusing o. .Jewish and Christian interaction as well as Jewish and Christian forms of communal organization and identity" (p. 1). The author, Dean Phillip Bell, concurs with R. Po-chia Hsia's conclusion that recent scholarship on Jews and medieval Germany falls into two general.

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421 Dean Phillip Bell Jewish Responses to Christianity in Reformation . 1995) is Dean/CAO of the Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies in Chicago. Jewish and Christian Identities in Fifteenth-Century Germany (Brill, 2001).

421 Dean Phillip Bell Jewish Responses to Christianity in Reformation Germany. 451 Elisheva Carlebach Jewish Law and Ritual in Early Modern Germany. Dean Philip Bell (P. University of California, Berkeley, 1995) is Dean/CAO of the Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies in Chicago. Stephen G. Burnett (P. University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1990) is Associate Professor of Classics and Religious Studies, and of History at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Dean Phillip Bell is President/CEO and Professor of Jewish History at the Spertus Institute for Jewish .

Dean Phillip Bell is President/CEO and Professor of Jewish History at the Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership in Chicago. His publications include Sacred Communities: Jewish and Christian Identities in Fifteenth-Century Germany (2001) and Jewish Identity in Early Modern Germany: Memory, Power and Identity (2007). Routledge Companions.

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We all live in a community, and it was no different for the Jews and Christians of medieval Germany--or was it? This book draws together disparate threads of Christian and Jewish communal development in an effort to give a deeper understanding to the complex tapestry of Jewish and Christian interaction. In the broad examination presented herein, it is possible to compare the general transformations that affected Jews and Christians both as residents of a shared German society and as residents of their own separate communities. Jews and Christians interacted in a variety of ways, in numerous settings, and at a multitude of levels that defy simple categorization. To label late medieval Germany a period of crisis is too simplisitc, the "Reformation" should not categorically be viewed as the central development in the shift between medieval and early modern times. This book seeks to recontextualize the world of Jewish and Christian relations by bringing together divergent sources not often taken together, but equally important, to inform one another and offer a fuller picture of Jewish and Christian notions of each other and themselves than has been possible up to this point.