Jacob & Esau

Jacob & Esau

Jewish European History Between Nation and Empire

Hacohen, Malachi Haim (Duke University, North Carolina)

Cambridge University Press

09/2018

585

Dura

Inglês

9781316510377

Accommodates both the cosmopolitan narrative of the Jewish diaspora with traditional Jews and their culture.
List of figures; Acknowledgments; A note on transliteration from Hebrew to English; Introduction: Jewish European history; 1. Writing Jewish European history; 2. Rabbinic Jacob and Esau, Pagan Rome, and the Christian Empire; 3. Esau, Ishmael, and Christian Europe: Medieval Edom; 4. Waning Edom? Early Modern Christian-Jewish Hybridities; 5. Jacob and Esau and Jewish emancipation, I: 1789-1839; 6. Jacob and Esau and Jewish emancipation, II: 1840-1878; 7. The Austrian Jewish Intelligentsia between empire and nation, 1879-1918; 8. Imperial peoples in an ethnonational age? Jews and other Austrians in the First Republic, 1918-1938; 9. Jacob the Jew: Antisemitism and the end of emancipation, 1879-1935; 10. Esau the Goy: Jewish and German ethnic myths, 1891-1945; 11. Typology and the Holocaust: Erich Auerbach and Judeo-Christian Europe; 12. Postwar Europe: Austria, the Congress for cultural freedom, and the internationalization of European culture; 13. A post-Holocaust breakthrough? Jacob and Esau today; Epilogue: the end of postwar exceptionalism.
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