Jews and Christians in Thirteenth Century France

Jews and Christians in Thirteenth Century France

In this wide-ranging collection, scholars discuss the changing paradigms in the research and history of Jews and Christians in medieval Europe, discussing law, scholarly pursuits, art, culture, and poetry.

Author: E. Baumgarten

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137317582

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 282

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A period of great change for Europe, the thirteenth-century was a time of both animosity and intimacy for Jewish and Christian communities. In this wide-ranging collection, scholars discuss the changing paradigms in the research and history of Jews and Christians in medieval Europe, discussing law, scholarly pursuits, art, culture, and poetry.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Jews and Christians in Thirteenth Century France

Jews and Christians in Thirteenth Century France

This collection of essays explores a variety of perspectives on Jewish and Christian life in northern France during the thirteenth century. The incentive for this volume was the changing paradigms within the field of medieval studies ...

Author: E. Baumgarten

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137317582

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 282

View: 429

A period of great change for Europe, the thirteenth-century was a time of both animosity and intimacy for Jewish and Christian communities. In this wide-ranging collection, scholars discuss the changing paradigms in the research and history of Jews and Christians in medieval Europe, discussing law, scholarly pursuits, art, culture, and poetry.
Categories: Literary Criticism

The Jews of Perpignan in the Thirteenth Century

The Jews of Perpignan in the Thirteenth Century

Uses the Notarial Register as a source of information on the economic history of the Jewish Community of Southern France during the 13th century.

Author: Richard Wilder Emery

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015025022792

Category: Jews

Page: 228

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Uses the Notarial Register as a source of information on the economic history of the Jewish Community of Southern France during the 13th century.
Categories: Jews

Ritual Dynamics in Jewish and Christian Contexts

Ritual Dynamics in Jewish and Christian Contexts

Christian-dominated society by rites of demarcation, appears as too simple. ... the development Jewish scribal law and practice underwent in France and Germany during the twelfth and thirteenth centuries appears to be only a minor ...

Author:

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004405950

Category: Religion

Page: 267

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In the past decades, the dynamics of rituals has been a productive topic of research. This volume investigates questions surrounding the ritual dynamics in (holy) Jewish and Christian texts, and cases where rituals of different religious communities interacted.
Categories: Religion

Thirteenth Century England II

Thirteenth Century England II

( Complaints against the unacceptable level of Jewish voices at their celebrations are known in thirteenth- century France , and on at least one occasion Innocent III had urged Philip Augustus to restrain them from so doing . ) ...

Author: Peter R. Coss

Publisher: Boydell & Brewer

ISBN: 0851155138

Category: History

Page: 200

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Thirteenth Century England II continues the series which began in 1986 with the publication of the first volume of the biannual Newcastle upon Tyne conferences on thirteenth-century England. Important studies of aspects ofEnglish society and politics open up new areas of research and re-examine standard interpretations.
Categories: History

Polemical and Exegetical Polarities in Medieval Jewish Cultures

Polemical and Exegetical Polarities in Medieval Jewish Cultures

There is ample recent literature, e.g., Yossef Schwartz, “Authority, Control, and Conflict in Thirteenth-Century Paris: Contextualizing the Talmud Trial,” in Jews and Christians in Thirteenth-Century France, ed.

Author: Ehud Krinis

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG

ISBN: 9783110702262

Category: Religion

Page: 520

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In his academic career, that by now spans six decades, Daniel J. Lasker distinguished himself by the wide range of his scholarly interests. In the field of Jewish theology and philosophy he contributed significantly to the study of Rabbinic as well as Karaite authors. In the field of Jewish polemics his studies explore Judeo-Arabic and Hebrew texts, analyzing them in the context of their Christian and Muslim backgrounds. His contributions refer to a wide variety of authors who lived from the 9th century to the 18th century and beyond, in the Muslim East, in Muslin and Christian parts of the Mediterranean Sea, and in west and east Europe. This Festschrift for Daniel J. Lasker consists of four parts. The first highlights his academic career and scholarly achievements. In the three other parts, colleagues and students of Daniel J. Lasker offer their own findings and insights in topics strongly connected to his studies, namely, intersections of Jewish theology and Biblical exegesis with the Islamic and Christian cultures, as well as Jewish-Muslim and Jewish-Christian relations. Thus, this wide-scoped and rich volume offers significant contributions to a variety of topics in Jewish Studies.
Categories: Religion

Jews and Christians in Medieval Castile

Jews and Christians in Medieval Castile

Jews on Top: Women and the Availability of Consumption Loans in Northern France in the Mid-Thirteenth Century.” Journal of Jewish Studies 29 (1978): 39–56. ———. “Jewish-Christian Relations in Mid-Thirteenth Century France: An ...

Author: Maya Soifer Irish

Publisher: CUA Press

ISBN: 9780813228655

Category: History

Page: 329

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5. Tamquam domino proprio: The Bishop and His Jews in Medieval Palencia -- Part 3. Jews and Christians in Northern Castile (ca. 1250-ca. 1370) -- 6. The Jews of Castile at the End of the Reconquista (Post-1250): Cultural and Communal Life -- 7. Jews, Christians, and Royal Power in Northern Castile -- 8. "Insolent, Wicked People": The Cortes and Anti-Jewish Discourse in Castile -- Bibliography -- Index
Categories: History

Christian Jewish Relations 1000 1300

Christian Jewish Relations  1000 1300

This book provides an original survey of medieval Christian-Jewish relations encompassing England, Spain, France and Germany, and sheds light in the process on the major developments in medieval history between 1000 and 1300.

Author: Anna Sapir Abulafia

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: IND:30000127032682

Category: History

Page: 262

View: 686

The history of relations between Jews and Christians has been a long, complex and often unsettled one. This book provides an original survey of medieval Christian-Jewish relations encompassing England, Spain, France and Germany, and sheds light in the process on the major developments in medieval history between 1000 and 1300.
Categories: History

The Talmud in Dispute During the High Middle Ages

The Talmud in Dispute During the High Middle Ages

... Ram, Medieval Jews and The Christian Past, Jewish Historical Consciousness in Spain and Southern France (Oxford/Portland, Oregon: Littmann Library, 2016) BOBICHON, Philippe Controverse judéo-chrétienne en Ashkenaz (XIIIe siècle), ...

Author: Fidora, Alexander

Publisher: Servei de Publicacions de la Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

ISBN: 9788449089466

Category: Religion

Page: 282

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The Christian discovery of the Babylonian Talmud is a significant landmark in the long and complex history of anti-Jewish polemic. While the Talmudic corpus developed in the same period as early Christianity, this post-biblical text was largely unknown to the Christians. Full awareness of the Talmud among Christian authors did not arise until the late 1230s, when the Jewish convert Nicholas Donin presented a Latin translation of Talmudic fragments to Pope Gregory IX. Though the Talmud was subsequently put on trial (1240) and burnt (1241/2) in Paris, the controversy surrounding it continued over the following years, as Pope Innocent IV called for a revision of its condemnation. The textual basis for this revision is the Extractiones de Talmud, that is, a Latin translation of 1.922 Talmudic fragments. The articles in this volume shed new light on this monumental translation and its historical context. They also offer critical editions of related texts, such as Donin’s anti-Talmudic polemic. Authors of the contributions are: Wout van Bekkum, Piero Capelli, Ulisse Cecini, Enric Cortès, Óscar de la Cruz Palma, Federico Dal Bo, Alexander Fidora, Görge K. Hasselhoff, Moisés Orfali, Ursula Ragacs and Eulàlia Vernet i Pons.
Categories: Religion

Inventing William of Norwich

Inventing William of Norwich

Elisheva Baumgarten, Mothers and Children: Jewish Family Life in Medieval Europe (Princeton, NJ: Princeton ... “Of Milk and Blood: Innocent III and the Jews, Revisited,” in Jews and Christians in Thirteenth- Century France, ed.

Author: Heather Blurton

Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press

ISBN: 9780812298536

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 244

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In Inventing William of Norwich Heather Blurton offers a revisionist reading of Thomas Monmouth's account of the saint's life that contains the earliest account of a Christian child ritually murdered by Jews. She demonstrates how innovations in literary forms in the twelfth century shaped the articulation of medieval antisemitism.
Categories: Literary Criticism