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The Jews of Early Modern Venice

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Published by The Johns Hopkins University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • European history: c 1500 to c 1750,
  • Jewish studies,
  • Social history,
  • c 1500 to c 1600,
  • c 1600 to c 1700,
  • c 1700 to c 1800,
  • History - General History,
  • 18th century,
  • Jews,
  • History: World,
  • Italy,
  • Europe - Italy,
  • Jewish - General,
  • History / Europe / General,
  • 17th century,
  • 16th century,
  • History,
  • Venice

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsRobert C. Davis (Editor), Benjamin Ravid (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages336
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7870628M
    ISBN 100801865123
    ISBN 109780801865121

    The Scandal of Kabbalah is the first book about the origins of a culture war that began in early modern Europe and continues to this day: the debate between kabbalists and their critics on the nature of Judaism and the meaning of religious tradition. From its medieval beginnings as an esoteric form of Jewish mysticism, Kabbalah spread throughout the early modern world and became a central feature /5(2). Book Description: The Scandal of Kabbalahis the first book about the origins of a culture war that began in early modern Europe and continues to this day: the debate between kabbalists and their critics on the nature of Judaism and the meaning of religious its medieval beginnings as an esoteric form of Jewish mysticism, Kabbalah spread throughout the early modern world and.

    The paper focuses on the Jews and their life in early modern Venice. The influx of Jews soared high after the fourteenth century. They were considered as potential economy boosters and allowed to live across Venice to help revamp trade. Yaacob Dweck studies the Jews of the early modern period. His first book, The Scandal of Kabbalah: Leon Modena, Jewish Mysticism, Early Modern Venice appeared in Prior to his appointment in the history department, he was a Mellon-Cotsen Fellow .

    Why Jewish History Is So Hard to Write. in the early modern period, were mostly of Sephardic ancestry, and comparatively little to the Ashkenazi Jews of Eastern Europe. modern Jewish. Katz, Dana E., The Jewish Ghetto and the Visual Imagination of Early Modern Venice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, xiii + pp. £ ISBN ‐1‐‐‐4 (hb).Author: Alexandra Bamji.


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The Jews of Early Modern Venice by Robert C. Davis. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking “The Jews of Early Modern Venice” as Want to Read: Want to Read. saving/5. "The Jews of Early Modern Venice is a rich anthology of essays on ethinicity and identity, commerce and culture, and other matters relating to a time well before the great wooden gates of the ghetto of Venice were taken down."4/4(1).

The Jews of Early Modern Venice is a rich anthology of essays on ethinicity The Jews of Early Modern Venice book identity, commerce and culture, and other matters relating to a time well before the great wooden gates of the ghetto of Venice were taken :   The Jews of Early Modern Venice - Google Books.

In this authoritative volume, specialists from many fields of Jewish studies provide an introduction to the history of the ghetto of Venice and up-to-date scholarship on the subject from the perspectives of various disciplines—including political, economic, women's, institutional, social and cultural history, religious studies, and musicology.

-- Donald B. Epstein History: Reviews of News Books The Jews of Early Modern Venice is a rich anthology of essays on ethinicity and identity, commerce and culture, and other matters relating to a time well before the great wooden gates of the ghetto of Venice were taken down. -- L. N/5(8).

The Jews of Early Modern Venice. History: Reviews of New Books: Vol. 30, No. 2, pp. The Jews of Early Modern Venice Robert C. Davis, Benjamin Ravid Visualizzazione frammento - Robert C. Davis is an associate professor of Italian history at the Ohio State University. Benjamin Ravid is Jennie and Mayer Weisman Professor of Jewish History at.

While the book's coverage extends throughout Venetian history and to the broader contexts of Italy, the main focus is the period when Jewish life in the city was at its most vigorous—from the early sixteenth to early eighteenth centuries, a period which saw the creation of both the cultural heritage and the physical architecture that came to characterize the ghetto.

"The Jews of Early Modern Venice is a rich anthology of essays on ethinicity and identity, commerce and culture, and other matters relating to a time well before the great wooden gates of the ghetto of Venice were taken down."/5(2). Nearly one-third of all Hebrew books printed in Europe before were made in Venice.

Tell us about the poetess Sara Copio Sullam and the role the Ghetto in Venice played in European literature. As Robert Davis writes in the Introduction, the emphasis fell naturally on the early modern period, coterminous with the first two centuries of the ghetto, founded in and named after the zone in Venice where the first of these walled and gated serraglii degli ebrei was located, the period also when the Venetian Jewish community flourished.

Book description Dana E. Katz examines the Jewish ghetto of Venice as a paradox of urban space. Inthe Senate established the ghetto on the periphery of the city and legislated nocturnal curfews to reduce the Jews' visibility in : Dana E.

Katz. The Jewish Ghetto and the Visual Imagination of Early Modern Venice Dana E. Katz Inthe Senate established the ghetto on the periphery of the city and legislated nocturnal curfews to reduce the Jews' visibility in Venice. -- Donald B. Epstein History: Reviews of News Books The Jews of Early Modern Venice is a rich anthology of essays on ethinicity and identity, commerce and culture, and other matters relating to a time well before the great wooden gates of the ghetto of Venice were taken down.

The Jews of Early Modern Venice (Baltimore, ), 73 – Arbel, Benjamin, Trading Nations: Jews and Venetians in the Early Modern Eastern Mediterranean (Leiden, ).

Arkin, Marcus, Aspects of Jewish Economic History (Philadelphia, ). -- Donald B. Epstein History: Reviews of News Books The Jews of Early Modern Venice is a rich anthology of essays on ethinicity and identity, commerce and culture, and other matters relating to a time well before the great wooden gates of the ghetto of Venice were taken down.

-- L. In the final two chapters, this book presents a broad overview of Jewish religious and cultural life and Jewish relations with non-Jews throughout the early modern period. Jews in the Early Modern. According to her research, early modern Venetians grounded their conceptions of the ghetto in discourses of sight.

Katz’s unique approach demonstrates how Venice’s Jewish ghetto engaged the sensory imagination of its inhabitants in complex and contradictory ways that both shaped urban space and reshaped Christian-Jewish relations. Beginning inthe Republic obliged the Jews to live in an area of the city where the foundries, known in Venetian as geti, had been situated in ancient times, to wear a sign of identification and to manage the city's pawnshops at rates established by La other onerous regulations were also included, in exchange for which the Community was granted the freedom to practice.

This book occupies that ambiguous ground where hard edges and soft tissue meet. On one level, the Venetian ghetto was all about walls and bodies, and the surveillance state that was early modern Venice had deep experience in raising the former in order to separate, sequester, and discipline the latter.

"The Jews of Early Modern Venice is a rich anthology of essays on ethinicity and identity, commerce and culture, and other matters relating to a time well before the great wooden gates of the ghetto of Venice were taken down.".Summary: "The Jewish Ghetto and the Visual Imagination of Early Modern Venice is not a diachronic study of the ghetto's architectural development or microhistory of the masons who erected its tenements.

Instead, this is a book about how the built landscape makes, in the words of .The Scandal of Kabbalah: Leon Modena, Jewish Mysticism, Early Modern Venice (Jews, Christians, and Muslims from the Ancient to the Modern World Book 43) (English Edition) eBook: Dweck, Yaacob: : Kindle Store/5(2).