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The Americanization of the Synagogue, 1820-1870 (Brandeis Series in American Jewish History, Culture, and Life)

by Leon A. Jick

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Published by Brandeis University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • American history,
  • Judaism,
  • Judaism - General,
  • History - General History,
  • Religion,
  • USA,
  • Judaism - History,
  • Jewish - General,
  • Religion / Judaism / General,
  • 19th century,
  • History,
  • Jews,
  • United States

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages262
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8383273M
    ISBN 100874515734
    ISBN 109780874515732

    Read this book on Questia. In the two decades since the first edition of this tremendously successful book appeared, a vast scholarship undertaken by historians, sociologists, economists, and cultural anthropologists has altered the contours of American immigration history, challenging scholars to rethink long-held ://   The Americanization of a Hispanic Group: The Sephardic Experience in the United States. In his book, THE PROMISED CITY, Moses Rischin describes New York's Jews during the period from until This was an amazing period in American-Jewish history, with hundreds of thousands of Jews pouring into New York. their own synagogue

      In , Jick published the volume that established his reputation in the field of American Jewish history, The Americanization of the Synagogue, It was the first book in American Jewish history to appear under the imprint of the new University Press of New ://+A.+Jick+()+*.-a   On American synagogues instituting reforms in the nineteenth century, see Leon A. Jick, The Americanization of the Synagogue, – , (; reprint, Hanover, N.H., ). On the early Seminary, see Robert E. Fierstien, A Different Spirit: The Jewish Theological Seminary of America, – (New York, ).

      The Americanization of the Synagogue, () Kaplan, Dana Evan. American Reform Judaism: An Introduction () online edition; Karp, Abraham, ed. The Jews in America: A Treasury of Art and Literature. Hugh Lauter Levin Associates, () Klapper, Melissa R. Jewish girls coming of age in America, (NYU Press, ). Linzer   Every reader of American Jewish History is probably able to enumerate the historiographic revisions contained in Leon Jick's The Americanization of the Synagogue, (). Lucidly argued, vividly written, Jick argued that the changes in synagogue life were piecemeal, pragmatic, and eminently ://


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“‘Eden in Albion’: A History of the Mikveh in Britain.” In Building Jerusalem: Jewish Architecture in Britain, edited by Sharman Kadish, – London: Vallentine ?page_id=   Beyond the Synagogue Gallery: Finding a Place for Women in American Judaism.

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Philadelphia [etc.]: American Jewish Committee, The Ackman & Ziff Family Genealogy Institute at the Center for Jewish History was established in with generous support from Lawrence and Ronnie Ackman, William and Karen Ackman, and Simon and Hope Ziff.

The intention was to tap into the vast archival records of the Center’s five historic and cultural partners, in order to assist novice, academic, and professional researchers in   The Americanization of the Synagogue, –, This book, which ties together segments ofmy research over many years, represents some oftheir contributions.

The libraries I have used are too numerous to thank individually, but the ?sequence=1&isAllowed=y. The introduction of Reform into American Judaism is usually associated with the arrival of intellectual German-speaking Jews fleeing Europe’s failed republican revolutions of andand with German-born rabbis such as David Einhorn of Baltimore and Isaac Mayer Wise of ://   The Americanization of the Synagogue, – Jick, Leon A.

The Americanization of Zionism, A cogent analysis of the political and cultural factors that shaped American Zionism in its early stages. Cohen, Naomi W. The Synagogue to the Carousel, Jewish Carving   The Americanization of the Synagogue, Hanover, N.H.: Published for Brandeis University Press by the University Press of New England, Korn, Bertram W.

American Jewry and the Civil War. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, Finalist for the American Jewish Studies cateogry of the National Jewish Book Awards Early in the s, American Jews consciously excluded rabbinic forces from playing a role in their community's development.

By the final decades of the century, ordained rabbis were in   the field of American Jewish history, The Americanization of the Synagogue, It was the first book in American Jewish history to appear under the imprint of the new University Press of New England.

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The Americanization of the Synagogue, () Kaplan, Dana Evan. American Reform Judaism: An Introduction () online edition Karp, Abraham, ed.

The Jews in America: A Treasury of Art and Literature. Hugh Lauter Levin Associates, ()Imigrasi Yahudi  Denominasi  Referensi  Pranala luar  Pustaka tambahan Jick, Leon. “The Americanization of the Synagogue: a Reexamination.”American Jewish Hist no.

1 (): The entire issue of the journal was devoted to a reexamination by a new generation of scholars of Jick’s classic book The Americanization of the Synagogue, Finalist for the American Jewish Studies cateogry of the National Jewish Book AwardsEarly in the s, American Jews consciously excluded rabbinic forces from playing a role in their community's development.

By the final decades of the century, ordained rabbis were in full control of America's leading synagogues and large sectors of American Jewish ://.

Avraham Barkai's Branching Out () and Naomi W. Cohen's Encounter with Emancipation: The German Jews in the United States, () describe continuities and discontinuities between the American and German Jewish experiences, while Leon Jick, The Americanization of the Synagogue, () traces the development of American Cohen,Encounter with Emancipation, –; Leon A.

Jick,The Americanization of the Synagogue, – (Hanover, NH, ), –; Michael A. Meyer, “Christian Influence on Early German Reform Judaism,” in Charles Berlin (ed.),Studies in Jewish Bibliography, History and Literature in Honor of I.

Edward Kiev (New York, ), In this essay, I study the neo-Islamic Central Synagogue in New York () as the expression of a complex web of cultural identification and differentiation on the part of the Jewish community for which it was constructed.

I examine the shift uptown away from immigrant origins, poverty, and Orthodoxy in relation to ambivalence toward Reform Judaism, which had embraced the neo-Islamic