The Duty to Know: Nineteenth-Century Jewish Catechisms and Manuals and the Making of Jewish Religious Knowledge

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June 3, 2018

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Kerstin von der Krone, « The Duty to Know: Nineteenth-Century Jewish Catechisms and Manuals and the Making of Jewish Religious Knowledge », Innovation through Tradition?, ID : 10670/1.soercc


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A contribution to the blog series "Learning by the book" at the GHI's History of Knowledge Blog and in anticipation of a presentation at the conference "Learning by the Book: Manuals and Handbooks in the History of Knowledge" at Princeton University, June 6-10, 2018: In 1878 Moritz Daniel Oppenheim (1800–1882), probably the most famous nineteenth-century German-Jewish painter, created a work entitled The Heder, or Jewish Elementary School, which re-imagined his first school in Hanau near Fran...

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