The Jewish Response to German Culture: From Enlightenment to the Second World War

Jehuda Reinharz and Walter Schatzberg, editors

Seventeen scholars explore the interaction between a Jewish culture with its ancient heritage and an expansive German culture in the process of modernization.

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“A valuable contribution to the continuing flow of studies of German Jews and their relations with the rest of German society in the last two centuries.” —American Historical Review

About the Author

Jehuda Reinharz is President Emeritus and Richard Koret Professor of Modern Jewish History, and Director of the Tauber Institute.