Studying the Jew

Scholarly Antisemitism in Nazi Germany
  • 214 Pages
  • 1.90 MB
  • English
Harvard University Press
Sociology, Social Studies, History, History - General History, History: World, Europe, Germany, Europe - Germany, Holocaust, Jewish - General, History / Ge
The Physical Object
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11125175M
ISBN 100674027612
ISBN 139780674027619

Studying the Jew is an essential sequel to Max Weinreich's classic ofHitler's Professors. It is a valuable contribution to the extensive history of politicization of scholarship in modern dictatorships.”―Jeffrey Herf, author of The Jewish Enemy: Nazi Cited by: "Studying the Jew" investigates the careers of a few dozen German scholars who forged an interdisciplinary field, drawing upon studies in anthropology, biology, religion, history, and the social sciences to create a comprehensive portrait of the Jew--one with devastating consequences/5(2).

"Studying the Jew" investigates the careers of a few dozen German scholars who forged an interdisciplinary field, drawing upon studies in anthropology, biology, religion, history, and the social.

Book Review: Studying the Jew: Scholarly Antisemitism Studying the Jew book Nazi Germany by Alan E. Steinweis. It is a common sop when faced with the sheer scale of the Holocaust to view the genocide as an aberration, as acts of a select number of Nazi Party officials to which the greater number of German citizens did not accede.

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One goal of this study is to correct the common errors made in most Romans studies (and Bible studies in general), that are caused by ignorance of the context of the letter and a tainted opinion of Paul's view of the Torah.

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