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The Jews and the nation-states of Southeastern Europe from the 19th century to the Great Depression : combining viewpoints on a controversial story

Author: Tullia Catalan; Marco Dogo
Publisher: Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016. ©2016
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"In the second half of the 19th century, Southeastern Europe was home to a vast and heterogeneous constellation of Jewish communities, mainly Sephardic to the south (Bulgaria, Greece) and Ashkenazi to the north (Hungary, Romanian Moldavia), with a broad mixed area in-between (Croatia, Serbia, Romanian Wallachia). They were subject to a variety of post-Imperial governments (from the neo-constituted principality of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tullia Catalan; Marco Dogo
ISBN: 1443894540 9781443894548
OCLC Number: 953807276
Description: xiii, 255 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Neither foreigners nor citizens: Romanian Jews' long road to citizenship / Emanuela Costantini --
The Jews of Serbia (1804-1918): from princely protection to formal emancipation / Milan Ristović --
Jewish identity and the competing national projects in the western Balkans (1848-1929) / Bojan Mitrović --
Loyalty sorely tried: the Jews and the Bulgarian state (1878-1935) / Marco Dogo --
A place in the nation: Jews and the Greek state in the long 19th century / Evdoxios Doxiadis --
The tie and the kaftan: the Hungarian Jews between emancipation, assimilation and Zionism (1848-1918) / Gianluca Volpi --
East European Jewry under Western eyes: an overview of the official publications of the Alliance Israélite Universelle (1860-1930) / Annalisa Di Fant --
Looking east, thinking west: Isidore Loeb (1839-1892) and the Jews in the Ottoman Empire / Paolo L. Bernardini --
The Jews of Southeastern Europe and the policies of Western European philantropic associations (1878-1930) / Tullia Catalan --
The Vienna Jewish Alliance (Israelitische Allianz zu Wien) and its attempt to modernise Central Europe / Björn Siegel --
Luigi Luzzatti and the Oriental Front: Jewish agency and the politics of religious toleration / Cristiana Facchini.
Responsibility: edited by Tullia Catalan and Marco Dogo.

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