9 edition of Jewish topographies found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Julia Brauch, Anna Lipphardt, Alexandra Nocke.|
|Series||Heritage, culture, and identity|
|Contributions||Brauch, Julia., Lipphardt, Anna., Nocke, Alexandra.|
|LC Classifications||DS140 .J49 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 375 p. :|
|Number of Pages||375|
|LC Control Number||2007046582|
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Edition 1st Edition. First Published Author: Julia Brauch, Anna Lipphardt. The reader encounters sites such as the gardens cultivated in the Ghettos during World War II, the Israeli development town of Netivot, Thornhill, an Orthodox suburb of Toronto, or new virtual sites of Jewish (Second) Life on the Internet, and learns about the Jewish landkentenish movement in Interwar Poland, the Jewish connection to the sea and the culinary landscapes of Russian Jews in Cited by: How do Jewish spaces emerge, how are they contested, performed and used.
With these questions in mind, this anthology focuses on the production of Jewish space and lived Jewish spaces and sheds light on their diversity, inter-connectedness and : Taylor And Francis. Jewish Topographies Visions of Space, Traditions of Place Heritage, Culture and Identity by Julia Brauch Author Anna Lipphardt Author.
It is all but self-evident that this book on Jewish Topographies emerged out of Potsdam, the bastion of Prussian conservatism and a frontier town of the East German regime, a city whose Jewish community had been almost completely destroyed in the Holocaust and was ﬁnally erased from the register of associations in by the communists.
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Katz August Enclosures as Topographies of Vision; Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's : Dana E. Katz. The editors' corrective aim (they express impatience that Jewish literary studies' dominant paradigms of "Our Homeland, the Text" and "People of the Book" overlook "empirical notions of space and place") is to explore neglected Jewish topographies in some instances and, conversely, to bring new angles to bear on more traditionally explored locales.
Jewish Topographies: Visions of Space, Traditions of Place, a collection of eighteen essays on the topic by architects, historians, political scientists, folklorists, artists, curators, anthropologists, sociologists, and cultural studies scholars. The idea of Jewish topography and the spaces and places - physical and metaphysical - in which Jews live, dream and interact forms the basis of a fascinating new book.
"Jewish Topographies. Table of Contents Foreword viii Acknowledgments x Introduction Exploring Jewish Space: An Approach Julia Brauch, Anna Lipphardt, Alexandra Nocke 3 I. Construction Sites A Hybrid Place of Belonging: Constructing and Siting the Sukkah Miriam Lipis 39 ¿Eruv¿ Urbanism: Towards an Alternative ¿Jewish Architecture¿ in Germany Manuel Herz 61 From State-Imposed Urban Planning to Israeli Diasporic.
JTA: The Global News Service of the Jewish People ' Jewish Topographies is a rich and fascinating book. It would benefit scholars of Jewish studies who are urged to consider the significance of place and space for the multifaceted way of life.
This interdisciplinary anthology focuses on the manifold approaches to the perception and experience of Jewish places and hence sheds new light on the diverse processes of Jewish place-making. It explores innovative metholodological approaches that help to map Jewish topographies.
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The idea of Jewish topography and the spaces and places — physical and metaphysical — in which Jews live, dream and interact forms the basis of a fascinating new book. “Jewish Topographies. Jewish Topographies (whose genesis was the University of Potsdam's "Makom: Place and Places in Judaism" program) is certainly the Shofar An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies most critically useful investigation to date if only for its breathtaking historical, geographical, and.
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A Book Of Jewish Thoughts provides provocative reading Offering prose and poetry culled from the great Jewish sages, philosophers, Biblical commentators, eminent historians and many others - as well as selections from such famous non-Jews as Tolstoy and Mark Twain/5. The editors of Jewish Topographies attribute to Schlör the initial concept that resulted in the Makom program, and they go as far as to call him the “father of Jewish space studies” (xi).
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