Jewish Women in Enlightenment Berlin (Littman Library of Jewish Civilization)

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The encounter of Jews with the Enlightenment has so far been considered almost entirely from a masculine perspective. In shifting the focus to a group of educated Jewish women in Berlin, this engaging book makes an important contribution to German-Jewish history, as well as to gender studies. A study of these women's letters, literary activities, and social lives reveals them as cultivated members of the European public. Their correspondence allowed them not only to demonstrate their intellectual talents, but also to widen their horizons and acquire knowledge - a key concern of women seeking empowerment. The descriptions of their involvement in the public sphere, a key feature of Enlightenment culture, offer important new insights: social gatherings in their homes served the purpose of intellectual advancement, while the newly fashionable spas gave them the opportunity to expand their contacts with men as well as with other women, and with non-Jews as well as Jews, right across Europe. As avid readers and critical writers, these women reflected the secular world-view that was then beginning to spread among Jews. Imbued with enlightened ideas and values and a new feminine awareness, they began to seek independence and freedom, to the extent of challenging the institution of marriage and traditional family frameworks. A final chapter discusses the relationship of the women to Judaism and to religion in general, including their attitude toward conversion to Christianity - the route that so many ultimately took. *** "This book is of great interest and significance. Dr. Naimark-Goldberg's approach is part of a newer historiographical tradition in the study of women and culture. Her book takes a new angle of research and makes a significant contribution to understanding Jewish women's history and Jewish culture as a whole." - Shulamit Magnus, Oberlin College ***In Jan. 2014 this book was a finalist for a National Jewish Book Award in the category of Women's Studies

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Natalie Naimark-Goldberg is Braun Chair for the History of the Jews in Prussia Research Fellow at Bar-Ilan University. She is the co-editor, with Shmuel Feiner, of Cultural Revolution in Berlin: Jews in the Age of Enlightenment (2011). Her fields of research include the history of Jewish women in the modern period, modern German Jewish history, and the history of the Jewish Enlightenment in Germany.

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