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Author Lupovitch, Howard N.

Title Jews at the crossroads : tradition and accommodation during the golden age of the Hungarian nobility, 1729-1878 / Howard N. Lupovitch.

Published Budapest ; New York : Central European University Press, 2007.

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 UniM Bail  943.99 LUPO    AVAILABLE
Edition 1st ed.
Physical description xxviii, 277 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction : rethinking the rhythms of emancipation and enlightenment -- Ch. 1. Eighteenth century pastorale : the allures and uncertainties of the Hungarian frontier -- Ch. 2. Crown, town, magnate, and Jew : corporate politics in Borsod County -- Ch. 3. The Hevra Kadisha and the rise of the family syndicate -- Ch. 4. Jews in the time of cholera : the epidemic of 1831 and its aftermath -- Ch. 5. The Kehilla and the business of religion -- Ch. 6. Educational reform and religious identity -- Ch. 7. Szechenyi's soup at Szemere's table : Miskolc Jewry and the era of reform, 1836-1848 -- Ch. 8. Revolution by proxy : Jews in the Hinterland -- Ch. 9. Coming of age, 1851-1878 -- Conclusion : 1878 and beyond : two chambers of one heart -- App. "Words of peace and truth" : a call for unity / Moses Hzekiel Fischmsinn.
Subject Jews -- Hungary -- Miskolc -- History -- 18th century.
Jews -- Hungary -- Miskolc -- History -- 19th century.
Jews -- Hungary -- Miskolc -- Politics and government -- 18th century.
Jews -- Hungary -- Miskolc -- Politics and government -- 19th century.
Jews -- Emancipation -- Hungary -- Miskolc.
Jewish leadership -- Hungary -- Miskolc -- History.
Miskolc (Hungary) -- Ethnic relations.
ISBN 9637326669
9789637326660