xv, 520 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
9789004149960 hardcover alkaline paper 9004149961 hardcover alkaline paper
Brill's series in Jewish studies ; v. 38.
"This volume contains almost all the papers presented at the Tenth International Symposium on the History of the Jews in the Netherlands ... held at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem from 21 to 24 November 2004"--P. [xi].
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Amsterdam from an international perspective : tolerance and kehillah in the Portuguese diaspora / Bernard D. Cooperman The boundaries of community : urban space and intercultural interaction in early modern, Sephardi Amsterdam, and London / Adam Sutcliffe Amsterdam, the forbidden lands, and the dynamics of the Sephardi diaspora / Yosef Kaplan Mosseh Pereyra de Paiva : an Amsterdam Portuguese Jewish merchant abroad in the seventeenth century / Jonathan Schorsch Amsterdam as "locus" of Iberian printing in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries / Harm den Boer The Temple mount in the Lowlands / Gary Schwartz The persistence of images : reproductive success in the history of Sephardi sepulchral art / Michael Studemund-Halévy Patrocinio and authority : assessing the metropolitan role of the Portuguese Nation of Amsterdam in the eighteenth century / Evelyne Oliel-Grausz Philosophy, deism, and the early Jewish enlightenment (1655-1740) / Jonathan Israel Yiddish book production in Amsterdam between 1650-1800 : local and international aspects / Shlomo Berger "In Hamburg a High German Jew was murdered" : the representation of foreign Jews in the Dinstagishe un Fraytagishe Kuranten (Amsterdam, 1686-1687) / Hilde Pach Amsterdam and the inception of the Jewish Republic of Letters / Avriel Bar-Levav Ashkenazi-Dutch pinkassim as sources for studying European-Jewish migration : the cases of Middelburg and The Hague in the eighteenth century / Stefan Litt The Hague, Amsterdam, Istanbul, Jerusalem : David de Pinto and the Jesiba Magen David, 1750-1767 / Gérard Nahon From Amsterdam to Bombay, Baghdad, and Casablanca : the influence of the Amsterdam Haggadah on haggadah illustration among the Jews in India and the lands of Islam / Shalom Sabar A maskil reads Zunz : Samuel Mulder and the earliest Dutch reception of the Wissenschaft des Judentums / Irene E. Zwiep Dutch national identity and Jewish international solidarity : an impossible combination? Dutch Jewry and the significance of the Damascus Affair (1840) / Bart Wallet Jewish artists facing Holland / Rivka Weiss-Blok Alfred Klee and Hans Goslar : from Amsterdam to Westerbork to Bergen Belsen / Benjamin Ravid Next year in Paramaribo : galut and diaspora as scene-changes in the Jewish life of Jakob Meijer / Evelien Gans Writing against silence : Jewish writers of the generation-after in the Netherlands, Germany, Austria, and France : a comparison / Elrud Ibsch Patrons or partners? : relations between the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee and the Dutch Jewish community in the immediate postwar period / David Weinberg International aspects of the restitution process in the Netherlands at the end of the twentieth century / Manfred Gerstenfeld.