Il Corriere Israelitico

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Il Corriere Israelitico

Autore: Avraham Ḥai Morpurgo
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Il Corriere Israelitico Periodico Mensile Per La Storia E La Letteratura Israelitica Pubblicato Sotto La Direzione Di A V Morpurgo

Autore: Angelo ..... Curiel
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Il Corriere Israelitico Periodico Mensile Per La Storia E La Letteratura Israelitica

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Italy S Jews From Emancipation To Fascism

Autore: Shira Klein
Editore: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1108335802
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How did Italy treat Jews during World War II? Historians have shown beyond doubt that many Italians were complicit in the Holocaust, yet Italy is still known as the Axis state that helped Jews. Shira Klein uncovers how Italian Jews, though victims of Italian persecution, promoted the view that Fascist Italy was categorically good to them. She shows how the Jews' experience in the decades before World War II - during which they became fervent Italian patriots while maintaining their distinctive Jewish culture - led them later to bolster the myth of Italy's wartime innocence in the Fascist racial campaign. Italy's Jews experienced a century of dramatic changes, from emancipation in 1848, to the 1938 Racial Laws, wartime refuge in America and Palestine, and the rehabilitation of Holocaust survivors. This cultural and social history draws on a wealth of unexplored sources, including original interviews and unpublished memoirs.

Italian Jews From Emancipation To The Racial Laws

Autore: C. Bettin
Editore: Springer
ISBN: 0230114377
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The Emancipation signalled the beginning of Jewish integration in Italy, a process that continued until 1938 when the Racial Laws were put into effect. In this book, Bettin examines the debate between integration and assimilation in the early twentieth century and Jewish culture to trace the 'rebirth of Judaism' that characterized the period.

The Venetian Ghetto

Autore: Riccardo Calimani
Editore: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1480417939
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The creation of the Venice Ghetto and the consequent confinement of the Jewish population within a restricted area of the city dates back to the beginning of the sixteenth century. It was the scene of many events closely linked to the city’s history, and it flourished between the sixteenth and eighteenth centuries. This book recounts the incredible history of the ghetto, its communities, its buildings, the Scole, the Jewish museum, the monuments to the Holocaust, and the Jewish cemetery at the Lido.

Ebrei In Italia

Autore: Maurizio Molinari
Editore: Casa Editrice Giuntina
ISBN: 9788885943582
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Jewish Poet And Intellectual In Seventeenth Century Venice

Autore: Sarra Copia Sulam
Editore: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 0226779874
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The first Jewish woman to leave her mark as a writer and intellectual, Sarra Copia Sulam (1600?–41) was doubly tainted in the eyes of early modern society by her religion and her gender. This remarkable woman, who until now has been relatively neglected by modern scholarship, was a unique figure in Italian cultural life, opening her home, in the Venetian ghetto, to Jews and Christians alike as a literary salon. For this bilingual edition, Don Harrán has collected all of Sulam’s previously scattered writings—letters, sonnets, a Manifesto—into a single volume. Harrán has also assembled all extant correspondence and poetry that was addressed to Sulam, as well as all known contemporary references to her, making them available to Anglophone readers for the first time. Featuring rich biographical and historical notes that place Sulam in her cultural context, this volume will provide readers with insight into the thought and creativity of a woman who dared to express herself in the male-dominated, overwhelmingly Catholic Venice of her time.

Ebrei A Roma Tra Risorgimento Ed Emancipazione 1814 1914

Autore: Aa.Vv.
Editore: Gangemi Editore spa
ISBN: 8849299613
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L’arco cronologico prescelto (1814-1914) riguarda il periodo che va dal ritorno a Roma di Pio VII (24 maggio 1814) - dopo l’esilio imposto da Napoleone - all’anno in cui fu inaugurato l’Oratorio Di Castro (1914). Quest’ultimo avvenimento per gli ebrei della Capitale concluse simbolicamente la fase dell’Emancipazione, prima dello spartiacque creato dallo scoppio della “Grande Guerra”, che determinò la crisi dello Stato liberale a cui fece seguito l’avvento del fascismo.