A diverse collection of essays studying Jewish communities before, during, and after their emergence into a modern, emancipated status. A fitting tribute to an outstanding sociologist and scholar.One knew that they were spies who hated the splendor of Venice, but God wished that among the Christians there should be ... Yet there were those who desired that the Jews be punished according to their misdeeds and, like all other people, be permitted to live, but confined to only one place, ... The position of the Jews in the city had never been very secure. ... Jews to live in Venice and engage in moneylending, and the College had attempted to maintain this policy, introducing theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Essays in Modern Jewish History|
|Author||:||Phyllis Cohen Albert, Frances Malino|
|Publisher||:||Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press - 1982|