Gender, Judaism, and Bourgeois Culture in Germany, 1800-1870 / / Benjamin Maria Baader.

In this study of gender and religious culture, Benjamin Maria Baader explores the transformation of Judaism during a period of profound change in 19th century Germany.

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Bibliographic Details
Place / Publishing House:Bloomington : : Indiana University Press,, [2006]
Year of Publication:2006
Series:The modern Jewish experience.
Physical Description:1 online resource:; illustrations ;
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Table of Contents:
  • The periodical Sulamith and the beginnings of bourgeois Judaism
  • At the crossroads : politics of inclusion and emancipation
  • Beyond halakhah : Judaism in the mid-nineteenth century
  • The transformation of the culture of prayer
  • Bourgeois synagogue devotion
  • From male hevrot to modern Jewish voluntary associations
  • Modern rabbis and Jewish women
  • Conclusion : Women, men and the feminization of Judaism.