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作者 Wodzinski, Marcin
書名 Haskalah and Hasidism in the Kingdom of Poland : A History of Conflict
出版項 London : Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, The, 2005
©2005
國際標準書號 9781909821897 (electronic bk.)
9781906764029
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附註 Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Preface and Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Note on Transliteration and Place Names -- List of Figures and Tables -- List of Abbreviations -- Introduction -- 1. The Beginnings: Anti-Hasidic Criticism in the Last Years of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth -- The Mitnagedim -- The First Voices of the Haskalah -- From Lithuania to Berlin: Salomon Maimon -- From Podolia to Galicia: Mendel Lefin -- The Commonwealth's First Maskil: Jacques Calmanson -- Conclusions -- 2. Characteristics of the Haskalah in the Kingdom of Poland, 1815-1860 -- What was the Kingdom of Poland? -- Who were the Maskilim of the Congress Kingdom? -- Institutions of the Haskalah: The Maskilim as a Social Group -- The Geography of the Polish Haskalah -- Ideology and Programme -- Does Language Make a Maskil? -- Why in Polish? The Polish Haskalah and its Polish Context -- Conclusions -- 3. The Development of Anti-Hasidic Criticism among the Maskilim of the Congress Kingdom, 1815-1830 -- The Demonization of Hasidism: Friedländer, Radomiński, Niemcewicz -- The Polish Haskalah in the Debate of 1818-1822: Antoni Eisenbaum -- The Kalisz Voivodeship: Preliminary Inquiries and Reports -- The Government Inquiries of 1818-1824 and Abraham Stern's Role -- Why did the Polish Maskilim Ignore Hasidism? -- Conclusions -- 4. Growing Interest, Growing Conflict, 1831-1860 -- Growing Interest in Hasidism -- The Theatre of the Hasidim of Efraim Fischelsohn -- Reform Projects: Eliasz Moszkowski -- A New Stage of Hasidic Expansion -- Conflict in Daily Life: Anatomy of Dissent -- The First Maskilic Defence of Hasidism: Jakub Tugendhold -- Conclusions -- 5. The Twilight of the Haskalah and the Dawning of Integration -- Maskilim, Integrationists, and Assimilationists -- From the Polish Language to a Polish Identity -- Polish Patriotism
Nationality or Religion? -- Face to Face with Hasidism -- Conclusions -- 6. Hatred or Solidarity? Jewish and Polish-Jewish Fraternity in the 1860s -- Diagnosis -- Solutions -- Characteristics of Hasidism -- Daniel Neufeld: In Praise of Hasidism -- The Anatomy of Conflict: The Sequel -- Conclusions -- 7. Waning Enthusiasm: Izraelita and the Moderate Integration Movement -- Jutrzenka's Heritage -- Peltyn's Credo -- The Way to Recognition -- Izrael Leon Grosglik: 'Letters from a Young Ex-Hasid' -- The Great Disillusionment -- Hilary Nussbaum: A Historian's Helplessness -- New Threats -- Conclusions -- 8. The Death of an Idea: Political, Historical, and Poetic Visions of Hasidism -- An Ideological Crisis in the Integration Camp -- The Political Aspect of Hasidism: Nachum Sokołów -- Beyond the Maskilic Historiography of Hasidism -- 'Singing and Dancing': The Hasidic Trend in Literature -- Conclusions -- Conclusion: Between Marginalization, Demonization, and Nostalgia -- Appendices -- 1. Calmanson on Hasidism (1797) -- 2. Stern's Report (1818) -- 3. Radomiński on Hasidism (1820) -- 4. The Łask Kahal's Complaint about a Hasidic Shtibl (1820) -- 5. Schönfeld's Report on a Shtibl in Łask (1820) -- 6. Schönfeld's Report on the Baths in Częstochowa (1820) -- 7. Advisory Chamber of the Jewish Committee on the Hasidic Rabbi in Płock (1829) -- 8. The Hasidim in Pilica (1830) -- 9. The Maskilic Prayer Hall in Suwałki (1833) -- 10. Tugendhold's Report on Smoking Tobacco in the Beit Midrash (1840) -- 11. Moszkowski's Memorandum (1845) -- 12. Rosen's Opinion on Moszkowski's Memorandum (1845) -- 13. Protocol of the Inquiry into Hasidic Persecutions in Łódź (1848) -- 14. Report on Tsadik Abraham Twersky of Turisk (1857) -- 15. Tugendhold on Abraham Twersky of Turisk (1857) -- 16. Aeolus and Phoebus (A Fable) (1863)
17. Tsadik Brukman and the Doctors in Piotrków (1870) -- 18. Segel on Hasidism (1897) -- 19. Sokołów on Hasidism (1898) -- Bibliography -- Index of Persons -- Subject Index
This award-winning study contextualizes its subject matter within the broader domains of the European Enlightenment, Polish culture, and the politics of the Jewish world
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鏈接 Print version: Wodzinski, Marcin Haskalah and Hasidism in the Kingdom of Poland : A History of Conflict London : Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, The,c2005 9781906764029
主題 Hasidism-Controversial literature-History and criticism.
Hasidism-Poland-History-19th century
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Alt Author Cozens, Sarah
Mirowska, Agnieska
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