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  • Author:
    Yosef Hayim Yerushalmi
  • ISBN:
    0295959398
  • ISBN13:
    978-0295959399
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    Univ of Washington Pr; First Edition, First Printing edition (February 1, 1983)
  • Pages:
    192 pages
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Zakhor: Jewish History a. .has been added to your Basket. In the 30 years since Yosef Hayim Yerushalmi published his poignant and profound insight into the tension between history and sacred memory, it's hard to think of a more influential work by a Jewish historian

Zakhor: Jewish History a. In the 30 years since Yosef Hayim Yerushalmi published his poignant and profound insight into the tension between history and sacred memory, it's hard to think of a more influential work by a Jewish historian. Or of one which so readily merits a re-reading by those who remember the impact it first made.

Winner of the National Jewish Book Award for History. This book discusses the troubling and possibly irreconcilable split between Jewish memory and Jewish historiography.

Zakhor: Jewish History and Jewish Memory is a non-fiction book first published in 1982 by the historian Yosef Hayim Yerushalmi (1932 - 2009) - a professor of Jewish history at Columbia University

Zakhor: Jewish History and Jewish Memory is a non-fiction book first published in 1982 by the historian Yosef Hayim Yerushalmi (1932 - 2009) - a professor of Jewish history at Columbia University. It consists of four lectures that Yerushalmi gave as part of the 1980 series of "Stroum Lectures in Jewish Studies", now known as the Samuel and Althea Stroum Lectures in Jewish Studies, at the University of Washington in Seattle. Harold Bloom wrote the foreword for the publication

The publication of Yosef Yerushalmi's Zakhor in 1982 set the agenda for a.

The publication of Yosef Yerushalmi's Zakhor in 1982 set the agenda for a generation of scholarly inquiry into historical images and myths, the construction of the Jewish past, and the making and meaning of collective memory. In this book, eminent scholars in their respectives fields, whose foci span medieval to present-day Jewish history and thought, extend the lines of his seminal study into topics that range from medieval rabbinics, homiletics, kabbalah and Hasidism to anti-semitism, Zionism and the making of modern Jewish identity. JOHN M. EFRON is Associate Professor of History and Jewish Studies, Indiana University.

Yosef Hayim Yerushalmi is an exemplary Jewish historian of the Jews, and with Zakhor he becomes an exemplary theorist of the troubling and possibly irreconcilable split between Jewish memory and Jewish.

Yosef Hayim Yerushalmi is an exemplary Jewish historian of the Jews, and with Zakhor he becomes an exemplary theorist of the troubling and possibly irreconcilable split between Jewish memory and Jewish historiography. may well be a permanent contribution to Jewish speculation upon the dilemmas of Jewishness, and so it may join the canon of Jewish wisdom literature.

Series: Samuel and Althea Stroum Lectures in Jewish Studies. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read

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The Samuel and Althea Stroum Lectures in Jewish Studies). Yerushalmi argues that collective memory serves a role that history cannot replace. by. Yosef Hayim Yerushalmi. The book traces brief sketches on Jewish people's relationship to history and looks into the question of why Jews did not exert serious efforts to compose history in the period between the destruction of the Second Temple in Jerusalem and the Spanish Expulsion in 1492. He A colorfully written, subtle, and compelling examination of the tension between collective memory and modern history in the Jewish context.

Discusses the troubling and possibly irreconcilable split between Jewish memory and Jewish historiography.

Samugor
This is the best book I have read all year for putting into perspective the seemingly chaotic confusion of our present state. Today billions have access to each other’s words, images, emotional reactions and thoughts — making visible the multiple realities existing outside any common frame. This book by examining the different functions of history and collective memory over the millennia, ends on a hopeful note, that out of the multitudes can emerge a common sense of our collective selves.
Bearus
This book is not easy reading to be sure. However, it was worth slugging away at it all the way to its conclusion. It provides some explanations for why the Jewish People have until recently not
really sensed a need for legimate historiography. The final section concerning "remembering vs. forgetting", has lessons for Humanity at large.
Aria
One of the most influential Jewish books of the 20th century, by a beautiful writer and thinker.
Kardana
In the 30 years since Yosef Hayim Yerushalmi published his poignant and profound insight into the tension between history and sacred memory, it's hard to think of a more influential work by a Jewish historian. Or of one which so readily merits a re-reading by those who remember the impact it first made. As for those who aren't familiar with it, give yourself an intellectual treat-- a short study but one which --no pun intended-- you won't forget.
Monam
This is a classic! Yerushalmi went on to read the beautiful and moving "Interminable Judaism: Freud's Moses."
Ice_One_Guys
This beautiful treasure of a book illustrates how the Jewish people brought meaning to their history.
Gralsa
OK
A hard read, but amazing. Plow through the first 20 pages and it gets easier to read.