Jewish and Non-Jewish Spaces in the Urban Context

Jewish and Non-Jewish Spaces in the Urban Context

Jewish and Non-Jewish Spaces in the Urban Context

Alina Gromova/Felix Heinert/Sebastian Voigt (Hrsg.)

  • Jüdische Kulturgeschichte in der Moderne, Bd. 4
  • Softcover, 15 x 21 cm, 302 Seiten, 449 g
    Erscheinungsdatum: 22.09.2015
    978-3-943414-44-8
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    • 9783943414448
    • Jüdische Kulturgeschichte in der Moderne
    • Bd. 4
  • Die Reihe Jüdische Kulturgeschichte in der Moderne wird herausgegeben von Joachim Schlör.

  • The unifying thread of the interdisciplinary volume Jewish and Non-Jewish Spaces in the Urban... mehr

    Exploring Jewish Spaces and Places

    The unifying thread of the interdisciplinary volume Jewish and Non-Jewish Spaces in the Urban Context is the fact that Jewish spaces are almost always generated in relation to non-Jewish spaces; they determine and influence each other.

    This general phenomenon will be scrutinized and put to the test again and again in a varied collection of articles by international experienced researchers as well as junior scholars using various urban contexts and discourses as data. From the viewpoints of different temporal and regional research traditions and disciplines the contributors deal with the question of how Jewish and non-Jewish spaces are imagined, constructed, negotiated and intertwined. All examples and case studies together create a mosaic of possibilities for the construction of Jewish and non-Jewish spaces in different settings.

    The list of examined topics ranges from synagogues to ghettos, from urban neighborhoods to cafés and festivals, from art to literature. This diversity makes the volume a challenging effort of giving an overview of the current academic discussion in Europe and beyond. Although the majority of the contributions are focused on Central and Eastern Europe, a more general tendency becomes apparent in all articles: the negotiation of urban spaces seems to be a complex and ambivalent process in which a large number of participants are involved. In this regard, the volume would also like to contribute to trans-disciplinary urban studies and critical research on spatial relations.

    Mit Beiträgen von Maria Cieśla, Saskia Coenen Snyder, Eszter Gantner, Frank Golczewski,... mehr

    Mit Beiträgen von Maria Cieśla, Saskia Coenen Snyder, Eszter Gantner, Frank Golczewski, François Guesnet, Felix Heinert, Jürgen Heyde, Alexis Hofmeister, Wolfgang Kaschuba, Martin Kindermann, Nora Lafi, Ruth Leiserowitz, Diana I. Popescu, Monica Rüthers, Anne-Christin Saß, Joachim Schlör, Magdalena Waligórska und Mirjam Zadoff.