Juden, Bürger, Deutsche: zur Geschichte von Vielfalt und Differenz 1800-1933

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Andreas Gotzmann
Mohr Siebeck, 2001 - Antisemitism - 444 pages
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English summary: In the 19th century, it was not only the middle-class in general but also a specifically Jewish middle-class which emerged. Using the social, cultural and art history perspectives as their basis, the authors of this volume examine the dissimilarities and the similarities of these two middle-class societies. They focus on the characteristics of the Jewish middle-class, its social, ideological, religious and private forms. What specific forms of socialization did the Jewish middle-class have, and what was its significance as far as the development of a general middle-class in Germany is concerned? The essays in this volume document how diverse the Jewish middle-class actually was and at the same time show the limiting factors which this minority came up against in Germany. German description: Im 19. Jahrhundert bildete sich zum einen eine burgerliche und zum anderen eine spezifisch judische burgerliche Gesellschaft heraus. Die Autoren dieses Bandes beleuchten die Besonderheiten, aber auch die Ubereinstimmungen dieses Nebeneinanders aus sozial-, kultur- und kunstgeschichtlicher Perspektive.
  

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Contents

ANDREAS GOTZMANN RAINER LIEDTKE TILL VAN RAHDEN
1
des deutschen Bürgertums
9
OLAF BLASCHKE
33
ULRICH SIEG
67
STEFANLUDWIG HOFFMANN
97
MARLINE OTTE
121
MORTEN REITMAYER
147
ERIK LINDNER
171
ANDREAS GOTZMANN
241
SIMONE LÄSSIG
263
RAINER LIEDTKE
299
ANDREAS REINKE
315
IRIS SCHRÖDER
341
STEFANIE SCHÜLERSPRINGORUM
369
MARTIN LIEF
395
Eine Bibliographie
419

RICHARD MEHLER
193
MICHAELA HAIBL
217
Autorenverzeichnis
433
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Andreas Gotzmann, Geboren 1960; seit 1999 Professor fur Judische Religions- und Kulturgeschichte an der Universitat Erfurt.R Liedtke, Born 1967; Studies of History in Bochum, Warwick, and Oxford; currently working at the Department of History, Giessen University.T. van Rahden, Geboren 1967; seit 2000 Wiss. Assistent am Historischen Seminar der Universitat zu Koln.

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