Tauber Institute Series
The Tauber Institute Series is dedicated to publishing compelling and innovative approaches to the study of modern European Jewish history, thought, culture and society.
The series features scholarly works related to the Enlightenment, modern Judaism and the struggle for emancipation, the rise of nationalism and the spread of antisemitism, the Holocaust and its aftermath, as well as the contemporary Jewish experience. The series is published under the auspices of the Tauber Institute for the Study of European Jewry — established by a gift to Brandeis University from Dr. Laszlo N. Tauber — and is supported, in part, by the Tauber Foundation and the Valya and Robert Shapiro Endowment.
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An original investigation into the reading strategies and uses of books by Jews in the Soviet era.
The life and thought of Levi Yitshak of Berdychiv (1740–1809), one of the most fascinating and colorful Hasidic leaders of his time.
A new understanding of modern Jewish theories of messianism across the disciplines of history, theology, and philosophy.
A fresh collection of writings by Hermann Cohen that sheds light on an often overlooked scholar.
Tells the story of the fortunes and misfortunes of a small number of eminent art dealers and collectors who, against the odds, played a pivotal role in the migration of works of art from Europe to the United States and in the triumph of modern art
Series of interviews that paint a revealing portrait of history and bring together exceptional material on Yerushalmi’s personal and intellectual journeys
A vibrant and polyphonic set of Hasidic confrontations with the modern world
A look at how the diverse body of Jewish thought developed within the historical and intellectual context of America
Rare documents reveal how Jews successfully integrated into Russian aristocratic society
Key works about Spinoza’s critical role in the formation of modern Jewish identity
The story of the greatest prewar Jewish library in Europe
An illuminating anthology that traces the trajectory of Jewish thought in twentieth-century France
How the Zionist movement and the Yishuv actively sought to help Polish and other European Jews in the 1930s
Anthology of writings about Jewish law in the modern world
A new intellectual portrait of a prominent twentieth-century philosopher
The life and intellectual evolution of Hans Kohn, a pioneer of nationalism studies
Key writings on Sabbatianism and its legacy and afterlife in Jewish culture, memory, and religion
Explores the central role of Jewish patrons as shapers of Viennese modernism
Essays to honor Jehuda Reinharz, his scholarly work and institutional leadership