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JT) Kinsberg, Ari G. M. ; Sharon Liberman Mintz

Published by New York City; Library Of The Jewish Theological Seminary (2004)

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Item Description: New York City; Library Of The Jewish Theological Seminary, 2004. Softbound. 4to. 120 pages. 27 cm. Only edition. This collection of printed ephemera and canonical texts depicts the development of Jewish cultural and religious life from the seventeenth through the twentieth centuries, from the first communities in the Caribbean to the mass immigration of the first quarter of the twentieth century. This catalog was published in conjunction with the exhibition People of Faith - Land of Promise held at the Library of the Jewish Theological Seminary from May 5, 2004 to September 7, 2004. Catalog written by Ari G. M. Kinsberg, guest curator; exhibition coordinated by Sharon Liberman Mintz, curator of Jewish Art. Dedicated to the memory of Rabbi Abraham Karp. The publication details the sources of 103 color photographic reproductions of Jewish Americana manuscripts, printed books, periodicals, archival papers, photographs, lithographic prints, letters, and etchings that are to be found in the extensive library of the Jewish Theological Seminary. "This exhibition underscores the various ways in which uprooted communities and individuals reconstituted themselves in a new land. The challenges of maintaining and reshaping Jewish identity in the face of assimilation and unstable socioeconomic conditions spurred the creation of fraternal and charitable organizations alongside religious institutions. Jewish life flourished not only through the development of communal structures, but also through the efforts of individuals in business, literary arts and politics. Like its constituent Jewish communities, America was in the process of inventing and reinventing itself in response to new conditions. From the late-nineteenth-century era of mass immigration through the twentieth century, Jewish life metamorphosed with its environment. American culture was translated and disseminated to the Jews, for example, through the publication of a bilingual (Yiddish-English) Constitution and Declaration of Independence in 1891. This cultural diffusion flowed in both directions. Judaism was introduced to popular American culture through such literary ventures as Emma Lazarus's innovative Songs of a Semite. " Subjects: Jews - United States - History - Exhibitions. Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Library - Exhibitions. United States - Ethnic relations - Exhibitions. OCLC lists 5 copies worldwide. Fine condition. (JTS-2-1). Bookseller Inventory # 28680

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Yosef; Kinsberg, Ari (research & Editing). Goldman

Published by YG Books (2006)

ISBN 10: 1599756854 ISBN 13: 9781599756851

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Item Description: YG Books, 2006. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. First Edition. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!. Bookseller Inventory # 1599756854

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Goldman, Yosef; Kinsberg, Ari (research & Editing).

Published by YG Books, Brooklyn (2006)

ISBN 10: 1599756854 ISBN 13: 9781599756851

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Item Description: YG Books, Brooklyn, 2006. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. First Edition.. 1188 pages. Hardcover, no dustjackets (as issued). Two volumes. New books. JUDAICA. An exhaustive bibliography of 1208 items, extensively annotated with bio-bibliographical information, historical context, scholarly references, approbations, and location of copies in libraries world-wide. Arranged chronologically within broad subject or format (e.g., Bible, liturgy, Haggadah, reference works, education, periodicals, Rabbinica, etc.) with 13 indices, including Hebrew and English titles and authors, imprint places and years, publishers, printers, approbations, subscribers, typesetters, music arrangers and artists. Includes reproductions of most title pages and selected interior pages, and appendices containing reproductions of relevant manuscripts and portraits of early American rabbis. Supplemented by an extensive bibliography of pertinent scholarly books and periodical articles (Key Words: Bibliography, Hebrew Printing, Yosef Goldman, Ari Kinsberg, Judaica, Judaism, Bible, Jewish Liturgy, Haggadah, Reference Books, Rabbinica). book. Bookseller Inventory # 61384X1

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