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Chapter 15 - Education and Homiletics

from Part II - Themes and Trends in Early Modern Jewish Life

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Asaf, S., Mekorot le-Toledot ha-Ḥinukh be-Yisra’el, 4 vols. in 3 (Tel Aviv, 1930–54).
Glückel of Hameln, The Life of Glückel of Hameln, 1646–1724, ed. Abraham, Beth-Zion (London, 1962).
Hannover, N., Abyss of Despair (Yeven Metzulah) (New York, 1950).
Karo, I., Derashot R. Yitzhak Karo, ed. Regev, S. (Ramat Gan, 1995).
Levi, I. (ha-Levi’im, Yitshak min), Sefer Medabber Tahapukhot, ed. Carpi, D. (Tel Aviv, 1985).
Modena, L., The Autobiography of a Seventeenth-Century Venetian Rabbi: Leon Modena’s Life of Judah, ed. Cohen, M. R. (Princeton, 1988).
Moscato, J., Nefutsot Yehudah (Warsaw, 1871).
Reubeni, D., Sippur David ha-Re’uveni, ed. Aescoli, A. Z., 2nd edn. (Jerusalem, 1993).
Amarilio, A. S., “Hevrat Talmud Torah ha-Gadol Ba-Saloniki,” Sefunot 13 (Sefer Yavan 3) (1971–8), 275308.
Barzilay, I., Between Reason and Faith: Anti-Rationalism in Italian Jewish Thought, 1250–1650 (The Hague, 1967).
Ben-Sasson, H. H., Hagut ve-Hanhagah: Hashkafoteha ha-Ḥevratiyot shel Yehudei Polin be-Shalhei Yemei ha-Beinayim (Jerusalem, 1959).
Ben-Zaken, A., “Bridging the Networks of Trust: Practicing Astronomy in Late Sixteenth-Century Salonika,” Jewish History 23, 4 (2009), 343–61.
Bettan, I., Studies in Jewish Preaching (Cincinnati, 1939).
Bleich, J., “Military Service: Ambivalence and Contradiction,” in Schiffman, Lawrence and Wolowelsky, Joel B., eds., War and Peace in the Jewish Tradition (New York, 2007), 415–76.
Bonfil, R., “Preaching as Mediation Between Elite and Popular Cultures: The Case of Judah del Bene,” in Ruderman, D., ed., Preachers of the Italian Ghetto (Berkeley, 1992), 6788.
Bonfil, R., Rabbis and Jewish Communities in Renaissance Italy (London, 1993).
Cohen, R., Kushta-Saloniki-Patras (Tel Aviv, 1984).
Davis, J., Yom-Tov Lipmann Heller: Portrait of a Seventeenth-Century Rabbi (Oxford, 2004).
Elbaum, J., Petiḥut ve-Histagrut: ha-Yetsirah ha-Ruḥanit-Ḥevratit be-Folin u-ve-Artsot Ashkenaz be-Shalhe ha-Me’ah ha-Shesh Esreh (Jerusalem, 1990).
Fine, L., Physician of the Soul, Healer of the Cosmos: Isaac Luria and His Kabbalistic Fellowship (Stanford, 2003).
Fishman, I., The History of Jewish Education in Central Europe: From the End of the Sixteenth to the End of the Eighteenth Century (London, 1944).
Fram, E., Ideals Face Reality: Jewish Law and Life in Poland, 1550–1655 (Cincinnati, 1997).
Freudenthal, G., “Ein symbolischer Anfang der Berliner Haskala: Veitel Ephraim, David Fränckel, Aron Gumpertz und die patriotische Feier in der Synagogue am 28. Dezember 1745,” Judaica 61 (2005), 193251.
Freudenthal, G., “Rabbi David Fränckel, Moses Mendelssohn, and the Beginning of the Berlin Haskalah: Reattributing a Patriotic Sermon (1757),” European Journal of Jewish Studies 1 (2007), 333.
Friedenberg, R. Z., “Hear O Israel”: The History of American Jewish Preaching, 1654–1970 (Tuscaloosa, 1989).
Goodblatt, M., Jewish Life in Turkey, as Reflected in the Legal Writings of Samuel de Medina (New York, 1952).
Hacker, J., “The Intellectual Activity of the Jews of the Ottoman Empire During the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries,” in Twersky, I. and Septimus, B., eds., Jewish Thought in the Seventeenth Century (Cambridge, MA, 1987), 95135.
Hacker, J., “Le-Toledot Limmud ha-Kabbalah u-Tefutsatah be-Saloniki ba-Me’ah ha-Tet-Zayin,” in Elior, R. and Schäfer, P., eds., Creation and Re-Creation in Jewish Thought (Tübingen, 2005), Hebrew texts 165*–180*.
Heller, M. J., Printing the Talmud: A History of the Earliest Printed Editions of the Talmud (Brooklyn, 1992).
Horowitz, E., “Speaking of the Dead: The Emergence of the Eulogy among Italian Jewry of the Sixteenth Century,” in Ruderman, D., ed., Preachers of the Italian Ghetto (Berkeley, 1992), 129–62.
Idel, M., “Judah Moscato: A Late Renaissance Jewish Preacher,” in Ruderman, D., ed., Preachers of the Italian Ghetto (Berkeley, 1992), 4166.
Katz, J., Tradition and Crisis: Jewish Society at the End of the Middle Ages (New York, 1993).
Kaufmann, D., “The Dispute about the Sermons of David del Bene of Mantua,” JQR 8 (1896), 513–24.
Leiman, S. Z., “When a Rabbi is Accused of Heresy,” in Frank, D. and Goldish, M., eds., Rabbinic Culture and its Critics (Detroit, 2008), 435–56, esp. 451.
Levie Bernfeld, T., Poverty and Welfare among the Portuguese Jews in Early Modern Amsterdam (Oxford, 2012).
Liberles, R., “On the Threshold of Modernity,” in Kaplan, M. A., ed., Jewish Daily Life in Germany, 1618–1945 (Oxford, 2005), 992.
Lowenstein, S. M., “The Beginning of Integration, 1780–1870,” in Kaplan, M. A., ed., Jewish Daily Life in Germany, 1618–1945 (Oxford, 2005), 93171.
Marcus, J. R., The Jew in the Medieval World: A Source Book, 315–1791, revised edn. (Cincinnati, 1999).
Marcus, J. R., and Saperstein, M., The Jews in Christian Europe: A Source Book 315–1791 (Cincinnati, 2015).
Marx, A., “Glimpses of the Life of an Italian Rabbi in the First Half of the Sixteenth Century,” HUCA 1 (1924), 605–24.
Miletto, G., “The Teaching Program of David ben Abraham and His Son Abraham, Provenzali in Its Historical-Cultural Context,” in Ruderman, D. and Veltri, G., eds., Cultural Intermediaries: Jewish Intellectuals in Early Modern Europe (Philadelphia, 2004), 127–48.
Pachter, M., Mi-Tsefunot Tsefat: Meḥkarim u-Mekorot le-Toldot Tsefat ve-Hakhameha ba-Me’ah ha-Tet-Zayin (Jerusalem, 1994).
Petuchowski, J. J., The Theology of Haham David Nieto (New York, 1970).
Piekarz, M., Bi-Yemei Tsemiḥat ha-Ḥasidut: Megamot Rayaniyot be-Sifrut Derush u-Musar (Jerusalem, 1978).
Reiner, E., “Temurot bi-Yeshivot Polin ve-Ashkenaz ba-Me’ot ha-Tet-Zayin ve-ha-Yod-Zayin,” in Bartal, Y., Turnianski, C., and Mendelsohn, E., eds., Ke-Minhag Ashkenaz u-Folin: Sefer Yovel le-Chone Shmeruk (Jerusalem, 1993), 980.
Rosman, M., “Innovative Tradition: Jewish Culture in the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth,” in Biale, D., ed., Cultures of the Jews: A New History (New York, 2002), 519–70.
Ruderman, D., Jewish Thought and Scientific Discovery in Early Modern Europe (New Haven, 1995).
Ruderman, D., The World of a Renaissance Jew: The Life and Thought of Abraham ben Mordecai Farissol (Cincinnati, 1981).
Saperstein, M., Exile in Amsterdam: Saul Levi Morteira’s Sermons to a Congregation of “New Jews” (Cincinnati, 2003).
Saperstein, M.Italian Jewish Preaching: An Overview,” in Ruderman, D., ed., Preachers of the Italian Ghetto (Berkeley, 1992), 2240.
Saperstein, M., Jewish Preaching 1200–1800 (New Haven, 1989).
Saperstein, M., “Your Voice Like Ram’s Horn”: Themes and Texts in Traditional Jewish Preaching (Cincinnati, 1996).
Sarna, J., “Jewish Prayers for the United States Government,” in Langer, Ruther and Fine, Steven, eds., Liturgy in the Life of the Synagogue (Winona Lake, IN, 2005), 205–24.
Shavit, Z., “David Friedländer and Moses Mendelssohn publish the Lesebuch für jüdische Kinder,” in Gilman, S. and Zipes, J., eds., Yale Companion to Jewish Writing and Culture in Germany, 1096–1996 (New Haven, 1997), 6874.
Sherwin, B., Mystical Theology and Social Dissent: The Life and Works of Judah Loew of Prague (Rutherford, NJ, 1982).
Shulman, N. E., Authority and Community: Polish Jewry in the Sixteenth Century (New York, 1986).
Shulvass, M. A., “The Story of Torah Study in Eastern Europe,” in Shulvass, M. A., Between the Rhine and the Bosporus: Studies and Essays in European Jewish History (Chicago, 1964), 70128.
Solomons, I., “David Nieto and Some of His Contemporaries,” Transactions of the Jewish Historical Society of England 12 (1928–31), 1101.
Swetschinski, D., Reluctant Cosmopolitans: The Portuguese Jews of Seventeenth-Century Amsterdam (London, 2000).
Tishbi, I., “Ha-Pulmus al Sefer ha-Zohar ba-Me’ah ha-Tet-Zayin be-Italyah,” Perakim 1 (1967), 131–82.
Asaf, S., Mekorot le-Toledot ha-Ḥinukh be-Yisra’el, 4 vols. in 3 (Tel Aviv, 1930–54).
Glückel of Hameln, The Life of Glückel of Hameln, 1646–1724, ed. Abraham, Beth-Zion (London, 1962).
Hannover, N., Abyss of Despair (Yeven Metzulah) (New York, 1950).
Karo, I., Derashot R. Yitzhak Karo, ed. Regev, S. (Ramat Gan, 1995).
Levi, I. (ha-Levi’im, Yitshak min), Sefer Medabber Tahapukhot, ed. Carpi, D. (Tel Aviv, 1985).
Modena, L., The Autobiography of a Seventeenth-Century Venetian Rabbi: Leon Modena’s Life of Judah, ed. Cohen, M. R. (Princeton, 1988).
Moscato, J., Nefutsot Yehudah (Warsaw, 1871).
Reubeni, D., Sippur David ha-Re’uveni, ed. Aescoli, A. Z., 2nd edn. (Jerusalem, 1993).
Amarilio, A. S., “Hevrat Talmud Torah ha-Gadol Ba-Saloniki,” Sefunot 13 (Sefer Yavan 3) (1971–8), 275308.
Barzilay, I., Between Reason and Faith: Anti-Rationalism in Italian Jewish Thought, 1250–1650 (The Hague, 1967).
Ben-Sasson, H. H., Hagut ve-Hanhagah: Hashkafoteha ha-Ḥevratiyot shel Yehudei Polin be-Shalhei Yemei ha-Beinayim (Jerusalem, 1959).
Ben-Zaken, A., “Bridging the Networks of Trust: Practicing Astronomy in Late Sixteenth-Century Salonika,” Jewish History 23, 4 (2009), 343–61.
Bettan, I., Studies in Jewish Preaching (Cincinnati, 1939).
Bleich, J., “Military Service: Ambivalence and Contradiction,” in Schiffman, Lawrence and Wolowelsky, Joel B., eds., War and Peace in the Jewish Tradition (New York, 2007), 415–76.
Bonfil, R., “Preaching as Mediation Between Elite and Popular Cultures: The Case of Judah del Bene,” in Ruderman, D., ed., Preachers of the Italian Ghetto (Berkeley, 1992), 6788.
Bonfil, R., Rabbis and Jewish Communities in Renaissance Italy (London, 1993).
Cohen, R., Kushta-Saloniki-Patras (Tel Aviv, 1984).
Davis, J., Yom-Tov Lipmann Heller: Portrait of a Seventeenth-Century Rabbi (Oxford, 2004).
Elbaum, J., Petiḥut ve-Histagrut: ha-Yetsirah ha-Ruḥanit-Ḥevratit be-Folin u-ve-Artsot Ashkenaz be-Shalhe ha-Me’ah ha-Shesh Esreh (Jerusalem, 1990).
Fine, L., Physician of the Soul, Healer of the Cosmos: Isaac Luria and His Kabbalistic Fellowship (Stanford, 2003).
Fishman, I., The History of Jewish Education in Central Europe: From the End of the Sixteenth to the End of the Eighteenth Century (London, 1944).
Fram, E., Ideals Face Reality: Jewish Law and Life in Poland, 1550–1655 (Cincinnati, 1997).
Freudenthal, G., “Ein symbolischer Anfang der Berliner Haskala: Veitel Ephraim, David Fränckel, Aron Gumpertz und die patriotische Feier in der Synagogue am 28. Dezember 1745,” Judaica 61 (2005), 193251.
Freudenthal, G., “Rabbi David Fränckel, Moses Mendelssohn, and the Beginning of the Berlin Haskalah: Reattributing a Patriotic Sermon (1757),” European Journal of Jewish Studies 1 (2007), 333.
Friedenberg, R. Z., “Hear O Israel”: The History of American Jewish Preaching, 1654–1970 (Tuscaloosa, 1989).
Goodblatt, M., Jewish Life in Turkey, as Reflected in the Legal Writings of Samuel de Medina (New York, 1952).
Hacker, J., “The Intellectual Activity of the Jews of the Ottoman Empire During the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries,” in Twersky, I. and Septimus, B., eds., Jewish Thought in the Seventeenth Century (Cambridge, MA, 1987), 95135.
Hacker, J., “Le-Toledot Limmud ha-Kabbalah u-Tefutsatah be-Saloniki ba-Me’ah ha-Tet-Zayin,” in Elior, R. and Schäfer, P., eds., Creation and Re-Creation in Jewish Thought (Tübingen, 2005), Hebrew texts 165*–180*.
Heller, M. J., Printing the Talmud: A History of the Earliest Printed Editions of the Talmud (Brooklyn, 1992).
Horowitz, E., “Speaking of the Dead: The Emergence of the Eulogy among Italian Jewry of the Sixteenth Century,” in Ruderman, D., ed., Preachers of the Italian Ghetto (Berkeley, 1992), 129–62.
Idel, M., “Judah Moscato: A Late Renaissance Jewish Preacher,” in Ruderman, D., ed., Preachers of the Italian Ghetto (Berkeley, 1992), 4166.
Katz, J., Tradition and Crisis: Jewish Society at the End of the Middle Ages (New York, 1993).
Kaufmann, D., “The Dispute about the Sermons of David del Bene of Mantua,” JQR 8 (1896), 513–24.
Leiman, S. Z., “When a Rabbi is Accused of Heresy,” in Frank, D. and Goldish, M., eds., Rabbinic Culture and its Critics (Detroit, 2008), 435–56, esp. 451.
Levie Bernfeld, T., Poverty and Welfare among the Portuguese Jews in Early Modern Amsterdam (Oxford, 2012).
Liberles, R., “On the Threshold of Modernity,” in Kaplan, M. A., ed., Jewish Daily Life in Germany, 1618–1945 (Oxford, 2005), 992.
Lowenstein, S. M., “The Beginning of Integration, 1780–1870,” in Kaplan, M. A., ed., Jewish Daily Life in Germany, 1618–1945 (Oxford, 2005), 93171.
Marcus, J. R., The Jew in the Medieval World: A Source Book, 315–1791, revised edn. (Cincinnati, 1999).
Marcus, J. R., and Saperstein, M., The Jews in Christian Europe: A Source Book 315–1791 (Cincinnati, 2015).
Marx, A., “Glimpses of the Life of an Italian Rabbi in the First Half of the Sixteenth Century,” HUCA 1 (1924), 605–24.
Miletto, G., “The Teaching Program of David ben Abraham and His Son Abraham, Provenzali in Its Historical-Cultural Context,” in Ruderman, D. and Veltri, G., eds., Cultural Intermediaries: Jewish Intellectuals in Early Modern Europe (Philadelphia, 2004), 127–48.
Pachter, M., Mi-Tsefunot Tsefat: Meḥkarim u-Mekorot le-Toldot Tsefat ve-Hakhameha ba-Me’ah ha-Tet-Zayin (Jerusalem, 1994).
Petuchowski, J. J., The Theology of Haham David Nieto (New York, 1970).
Piekarz, M., Bi-Yemei Tsemiḥat ha-Ḥasidut: Megamot Rayaniyot be-Sifrut Derush u-Musar (Jerusalem, 1978).
Reiner, E., “Temurot bi-Yeshivot Polin ve-Ashkenaz ba-Me’ot ha-Tet-Zayin ve-ha-Yod-Zayin,” in Bartal, Y., Turnianski, C., and Mendelsohn, E., eds., Ke-Minhag Ashkenaz u-Folin: Sefer Yovel le-Chone Shmeruk (Jerusalem, 1993), 980.
Rosman, M., “Innovative Tradition: Jewish Culture in the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth,” in Biale, D., ed., Cultures of the Jews: A New History (New York, 2002), 519–70.
Ruderman, D., Jewish Thought and Scientific Discovery in Early Modern Europe (New Haven, 1995).
Ruderman, D., The World of a Renaissance Jew: The Life and Thought of Abraham ben Mordecai Farissol (Cincinnati, 1981).
Saperstein, M., Exile in Amsterdam: Saul Levi Morteira’s Sermons to a Congregation of “New Jews” (Cincinnati, 2003).
Saperstein, M.Italian Jewish Preaching: An Overview,” in Ruderman, D., ed., Preachers of the Italian Ghetto (Berkeley, 1992), 2240.
Saperstein, M., Jewish Preaching 1200–1800 (New Haven, 1989).
Saperstein, M., “Your Voice Like Ram’s Horn”: Themes and Texts in Traditional Jewish Preaching (Cincinnati, 1996).
Sarna, J., “Jewish Prayers for the United States Government,” in Langer, Ruther and Fine, Steven, eds., Liturgy in the Life of the Synagogue (Winona Lake, IN, 2005), 205–24.
Shavit, Z., “David Friedländer and Moses Mendelssohn publish the Lesebuch für jüdische Kinder,” in Gilman, S. and Zipes, J., eds., Yale Companion to Jewish Writing and Culture in Germany, 1096–1996 (New Haven, 1997), 6874.
Sherwin, B., Mystical Theology and Social Dissent: The Life and Works of Judah Loew of Prague (Rutherford, NJ, 1982).
Shulman, N. E., Authority and Community: Polish Jewry in the Sixteenth Century (New York, 1986).
Shulvass, M. A., “The Story of Torah Study in Eastern Europe,” in Shulvass, M. A., Between the Rhine and the Bosporus: Studies and Essays in European Jewish History (Chicago, 1964), 70128.
Solomons, I., “David Nieto and Some of His Contemporaries,” Transactions of the Jewish Historical Society of England 12 (1928–31), 1101.
Swetschinski, D., Reluctant Cosmopolitans: The Portuguese Jews of Seventeenth-Century Amsterdam (London, 2000).
Tishbi, I., “Ha-Pulmus al Sefer ha-Zohar ba-Me’ah ha-Tet-Zayin be-Italyah,” Perakim 1 (1967), 131–82.