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Spanien Und Sepharad

Author: Anna Lena Menny
Publisher: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht
ISBN: 3647570303
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Die Erinnerung an das historische Sepharad und vor allem an die trikulturelle convivencia auf der mittelalterlichen Iberischen Halbinsel stehen derzeit in Spanien hoch im Kurs, verweisen sie doch scheinbar auf eine jahrhundertelange Tradition der Toleranz und Demokratie. Anna Lena Menny beleuchtet verschiedene Facetten der staatlichen Haltung gegenüber der jüdischen Minderheit und dem jüdischen Erbe. Sie fragt nach Kontinuitäten und Brüchen innerhalb des Untersuchungszeitraumes vom Franquismus bis in die Demokratie und arbeitet die enge Verschränkung von Erinnerungs-, Religions- und Außenpolitik heraus. Dabei ist eine zentrale These, dass der Tod des spanischen Diktators Franco im Jahr 1975 für die spanisch-jüdische Geschichte keine einschneidende Zäsur bedeutete.

The Positive Image Of The Jew In The Comedia

Author: Andrew Herskovits
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9783039105229
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Most historians and literary critics describe Spanish Golden-Age society as anti-Semitic, offering, for example, "El Nino Inocente de La Guardia" as confirmation that even great writers like Lope de Vega supported the marginalization of the descendants of "judeo-conversos." The aim of this book is to demonstrate that, contrary to general critical opinion, the Jew in Lope's comedia was often characterised with concealed sympathy through the employment of intricate literary techniques embedded in the text. Literary techniques such as subversive irony, which is an expression of the "converso" perspective, Erasmian "dissimulato, " transposition and interrogation of negative stereotypical models facilitate the covert presentation of a positive image of a Jew. The book ends with a discussion of six "comedias" by Lope that identify these positive images of the Jew."

Revisiting Jewish Spain In The Modern Era

Author: Daniela Flesler
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317980565
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This innovative volume offers fresh perspectives and directions on the intersection of Hispanic and Jewish studies. It shows how 'Jewishness' has played a crucial role in Spanish political, social, and cultural developments in the modern era, exploring the effects of the multiple material and symbolic absences of Jews and Judaism from modern Spanish society. The book considers the haunting presence that this absence has entailed. Contributors analyze the different and contradictory ways in which Spain as a nation has tried to come to terms with its Jewish memory and with Jews from the nineteenth century to the present: José Amador de los Ríos’ efforts to incorporate 'Jewishness' into the canon of Spanish national literature and history; the emergence in the mid-nineteenth century of the figure of the Jewish conspirator who seeks to foment revolutionary unrest in novels from Spain, Italy and France; the development of philosephardism and its interconnections with anti-Semitism, Spanish fascism and colonial ambitions at the turn of the twentieth century; the instrumentalization of the Spanish Jewish past during the Second Republic; the role of philosemitism in the development of Catalan nationalism; and the relationship between the memory of Sepharad and Holocaust commemoration in contemporary Spain. This book is based on a special issue of the Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies.

Between Sepharad And Jerusalem

Author: Alisa Meyuḥas Ginio
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 900427958X
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The history, identity and memory of the Sephardim in their Mediterranean dispersal are analysed by the author with a special reference to the Sephardi community of Jerusalem and to the political, social and cultural changes through which the speakers of Jewish-Spanish went since the turn of the nineteenth century.


Author: Yael Halevi-Wise
Publisher: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 0804781710
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In this book, Sephardism is defined not as an expression of Sephardic identity but as a politicized literary metaphor. Since the nineteenth century, this metaphor has occurred with extraordinary frequency in works by authors from a variety of ethnicities, religions, and nationalities in Europe, the Americas, North Africa, Israel, and even India. Sephardism asks why Gentile and Jewish writers and cultural figures have chosen to draw upon the medieval Sephardic experience to express their concerns about dissidents and minorities in modern nations? To what extent does their use of Sephardism overlap with other politicized discourses such as orientalism, hispanism, and medievalism, which also emerged from a clash between authoritarian, progressive, and romantic ideologies? This book brings a new approach to Sephardic Studies by situating it at a crossroads between Jewish Studies and Hispanic Studies in ways that enhance our appreciation of how historical fiction and political history have shaped, and were shaped by, historical attitudes toward Jews and their representation.

The Jews Of Spain And The Expulsion Of 1492

Author: Moshé Lazar
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"...the essays brought together in this volume...were developed from conference papers presented at an international symposium entitled "The Jews of Spain and the Expulsion of 1492" held at the University of Southern California in April 1992" -- from p. ix.

Textual Agency

Author: Ann M. Gomez-Bravo
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 1442667524
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Textual Agency examines the massive proliferation of poetic texts in fifteenth-century Spain, focusing on the important yet little-known cancionero poetry – the largest poetic corpus of the European Middle Ages. Ana M. Gómez-Bravo situates this cultural production within its social, political, and material contexts. She places the different forms of document production fostered by a shifting political and urban model alongside the rise in literacy and access to reading materials and spaces. At the core of the book lies an examination of both the materials of writing and how human agents used and transformed them, giving way to a textual agency that pertains not only to writers, but to the inscribed paper. Gómez-Bravo also explores how authorial and textual agency were competing forces in the midst of an era marked by the institution of the Inquisition, the advent of the absolutist state, the growth of cities, and the constitution of the Spanish nation.