Table of contents for The making of Western Jewry, 1600-1819 / by Lionel Kochan.


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The Refomation
City States of Italy
The Ghetto System
Prague, Bohemia and Moravia to 1600
Venice and Livorno
Central Europe in Peace and War 1600-1648
From the Mediterranean to the North Sea
The Aftermath of War in the German States
Sephardim in South West France 1600-1700
Poverty and Patriotism in Northern France
Sephardi Decline in Amsterdam
The CounterReformation Confronted 1648-1718
Bradenburg Prussia and Berlan
A New Type of Kehillah
Reduction and Expulsion from Prace
The Failure of Jewish Diplomacy
Disintegration in London: the Struggle Against Enlightenment
Prosperity and Disintegration in Sephardi Bordeaux
Fighting for Rights in Prussia and the German States
The Dark Side of Toleration in the Eighteenth Century
Emancipation in France, Prussia and the Hapsburg Empre, 1788-1805
The Terms of the New Kehillah
The Invention of Jewish Orthodoxy and the Jewish Enlightenment
Conclusion: Facing the C19th from a Position of Ambivalence


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Jews Europe, Western History 17th century, Jews Europe, Western History 18th century