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Between Jerusalem And Europe

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ISBN : 9789004298187
Genre : History
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Between Jerusalem and Europe: Essays in Honour of Bianca Kühnel analyses how Jerusalem is translated into the visual and material culture of Europe, and in what ways European encounters with the city have shaped its holy sites.

The Jews Of East Central Europe Between The World Wars

Author : Ezra Mendelsohn
ISBN : 0253204186
Genre : History
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There was an upsurge of ethnic nationalism, and heightened antisemitism, following the attainment of independence by some countries in East Central Europe, the territorial expansion of Romania and territorial losses by Hungary, but also due to the complex ethnic composition of these countries. The economic and political crises of the 1930s brought about a further rise in antisemitism, which was manifested in the enactment of anti-Jewish laws in Hungary, Romania, and Poland in the late 1930s, anti-Jewish violence, anti-Jewish boycotts, etc.

Changing Relations Between Churches In Europe And Africa

Author : Katharina Kunter
ISBN : 3447054514
Genre : Religion
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Proceedings from the conference "Changing relationships between churches in Africa and Europe in the 20th century: Christian identity in the times of political crises," which took place October 8-12, 2005 at Makumira University College of Tumaini University in Tanzania.

Jerusalem The Key To World Peace

Author : Islamic Council of Europe
ISBN : UOM:39015002979337
Genre : History
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Die Kreuzz Ge

Author : Thomas S. Asbridge
ISBN : 3608946489
Genre : Christianity and other religions
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Der Krieg um das Heilige Land- erstmals dargestellt aus christlicher und aus muslimischer Sicht. Diese grosse Gesamtdarstellung nimmt die politischen und religiösen Beweggründe aller Seiten ernst und veranschaulicht die immense Kriegslogistik. In packenden Szenen schildert Asbridge all die Belagerungen und Eroberungen und entwirft lebendige Porträts von Saladin und Richard Löwenherz, dem tragischen Leprakönig Balduin IV. oder der Jerusalemer Königin Melisende. Thomas Asbridge berichtet erstmals gleichberechtigt und in wechselnder Perspektive von den von Christen wie von Muslimen verübten Grausamkeiten und erduldeten Leiden. Ausführlich macht der polyglotte Historiker Gebrauch auch von den arabischen Quellen. Asbridge nimmt nicht nur die politischen, sondern auch die religiösen Beweggründe aller Seiten ernst. Auch von überraschend freundlichen Begegnungen zwischen Kreuzfahrern und Sarazenen erfahren wir: von Momenten des interkulturellen Austauschs, Beispielen friedlicher Koexistenz im Heiligen Land, Gesten religiöser Toleranz und Zeugnissen der Freundschaft über die feindlichen Lager hinweg. (Quelle: Homepage des Verlags).

Jesuit Intellectual And Physical Exchange Between England And Mainland Europe C 1580 1789

Author : James E. Kelly
ISBN : 9789004362666
Genre : Religion
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Jesuit Intellectual and Physical Exchange between England and Mainland Europe, c. 1580–1789: ‘The World is our House’? gathers an interdisciplinary group of scholars to explore the Jesuit English Mission’s wider impact within the Society and early modern European Catholicism.

Women In Europe Between The Wars

Author : Dr Angela Kershaw
ISBN : 9781409489702
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The central aim of this interdisciplinary book is to make visible the intentionality behind the 'forgetting' of European women's contributions during the period between the two world wars in the context of politics, culture and society. It also seeks to record and analyse women's agency in the construction and reconstruction of Europe and its nation states after the First World War, and thus to articulate ways in which the writing of women's history necessarily entails the rewriting of everyone's history. By showing that the erasure of women's texts from literary and cultural history was not accidental but was ideologically motivated, the essays explicitly and implicitly contribute to debates surrounding canon formation. Other important topics are women's political activism during the period, antifascism, the contributions made by female journalists, the politics of literary production, genre, women's relationship with and contributions to the avant-garde, women's professional lives, and women's involvement in voluntary associations. In bringing together the work of scholars whose fields of expertise are diverse but whose interests converge on the inter-war period, the volume invites readers to make connections and comparisons across the whole spectrum of women's political, social, and cultural activities throughout Europe.

Between Berlin And Slobodka

Author : Hillel Goldberg
ISBN : UOM:39015014502473
Genre : Religion
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Finland In The New Europe

Author : Max Jakobson
ISBN : 0275963721
Genre : History
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Traces Finland's history from Soviet domination to European Union partner.

Between Jerusalem And Benares

Author : Hananya Goodman
ISBN : 0791417158
Genre : Religion
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This book stands at the crossroads between Jerusalem and Benares and opens a long awaited conversation between two ancient religious traditions. It represents the first serious attempt by a group of eminent scholars of Judaic and Indian studies to take seriously the cross-cultural resonances among the Judaic and Hindu traditions. The essays in the first part of the volume explore the historical connections and influences between the two traditions, including evidence of borrowed elements and the adaptation of Jewish Indian communities to Hindu culture. The essays in the second part focus primarily on resonances between particular conceptual complexes and practices in the two traditions, including comparative analyses of representations of Veda and Torah, legal formulations of dharma and halakhah, and conceptions of union with the Divine in Hindu Tantra and Kabbalah.

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