Verschlagwortet: jewish

Displacement in Stills: German-Jewish Photographers on the Move

In this two-part piece about Jewish refugee photographers, the authors “travel to another historical context to inquire about what migrants and refugees ‘knew’ and how they choose to communicate their knowledge in their photographic work.”

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« In Schrift und Wort (…) gegen alle antisemitischen Angriffe auftreten » : Der Kampf gegen den erwachenden Antisemitismus in der Allgemeinen Zeitung des Judentums und den Archives israélites (1879-1900)

[This article is part of the Open Peer Review-Publication series “Nineteenth-Century Anti-Semitism in International Perspective”] von Heidi Knörzer <1> Anlässlich der zehnten Auflage von Theodor Fritschs Antisemiten-Catechismus zu Beginn des Jahres 1891 erklärt der damalige Chefredakteur der Allgemeinen Zeitung des Judenthums Gustav Karpeles, dass es « die Aufgabe der Juden » sei, « in Schrift und Wort offen und ehrlich gegen alle…

Anti-Semitism and the emergence of Jewish Internationalism, 1840-1914

[This article is part of the Open Peer Review-Publication series “Nineteenth-Century Anti-Semitism in International Perspective”] von Rona Yona <1> What is Jewish Internationalism? It seems that anti-Semites have a clearer answer to this question than this emerging field of scholarship.[1] If “Jewish internationalism” is more than a conspiracy theory, what is it and how should one apply the term internationalism…

»Rusé, malin, trompeur,…« Dévirilisation du colporteur juif par les agents de la police des étrangers?, Résumé de Yasmina Zian

La femme appartenant au supposé sexe faible, la féminisation de l’Autre1 est un mécanisme récurrent dans le discours de la société européenne du 19ème siècle. Il sert d’argument pour justifier des rapports inégaux entre groupes et des discriminations qui s’ensuivent « féminiser l’ennemi suppose qu’il ait besoin, comme la femme, d’être dominé. »2 Mais si la féminisation est un processus…

« Protesting by the pen and the spoken word » : the struggle against anti-Semitism in the Archives israélites de France and the Allgemeine Zeitung des Judenthums (1870-1900), Abstract by Heidi Knörzer

This paper aims to analyze the combat against anti-Semitism carried out by the Jewish journalists Isidore Cahen, Hippolyte Prague, Ludwig Philippson and Gustav Karpeles in their respective newspapers, that is, the Archives israélites de France (1840-1935) and the Allgemeine Zeitung des Judenthums (1837-1921). While the attitude of certain Jewish intellectuals and institutions has already inspired a number of enquiries, no…

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