Oxford: Berghahn Books, for the Institute, 2003. Hardbound. Octavo, blue cloth with gold lettering, frontispiece photo, x, 448 pp., b/w illustrations, bibliography, index to the bibliography, list of contributors, index. Very Good. Item #42190
Preface by the editors. Articles are "Moses Mendelssohn's First Hebrew Publication: An Annotated Transaltion of 'Kohelet Mussar,'" Edward Breuer and David Sorkin, "The Dialectics of Religious Reform: The 'Hamburger Israelitische Temple' in Its Local Context 1817-1938," Andreas Brämer, "'Unter Uns': Jews Socializing with other Jews in Imperial Germany," Marion Kaplan, "Ahlwahrt on Trial: Reactions to the Antisemitic Agitation of the 1890s in Germany," Christoph Jahr, "'Tagesordnung: Judenfrage' - A German Debate in the Early Stages of the Weimar Republic," Jürgen Matthäus, "Leoplod Jessner: German Theater and Jewish Identity," Anat Feinberg, "Fritz Rathenau (1875-1949). On Antisemitism, Acculturation and Slavophobia: An Attempted Reconsideration," Christian Schölzel, "Emancipation and Assimilation in the German-Jewish Discourse of the 1930s," Guy Miron, "Kurt Singer's Shattered Hopes," Adam J. Sacks, "Hans Litten 1903-2003: The Public Use of a Biography," Stefanie Schüler-Springorum, "The German 'Righteous Among the Nations': An Historical Appraisal," Daniel Fraenkel.