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Full Access Academic Debates on the Jews in Wittenberg: The Protestant Literature on Rituals, the Dissertationes and the Writings of the Hebraists Theodor Dassow and Andreas Sennert

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Academic Debates on the Jews in Wittenberg: The Protestant Literature on Rituals, the Dissertationes and the Writings of the Hebraists Theodor Dassow and Andreas Sennert

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Abstract Of not little interest is a phenomenon which touched upon Protestant academies in the seventeenth–eighteenth century and their teaching and research: the Protestant academic interest in Hebrew and Jewish studies as shown by the dissertationes, the typical academic place to be taken as indicator of the main stream and major trends of this era. We have a huge number of still unexplored dissertations on Jews, Judaism and Hebrew languages in university archives, a window onto the perception of Judaism and reelaboration of Jewish sources for university students, university teaching, and candidates for positions in Christian society. The article focuses on the Wittenberg dissertations in Jewish studies and about all on the archive of the professors Theodor Dassow and Andreas Sennert. A list of the archive of Sennert has been added as appendix.

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Abstract Of not little interest is a phenomenon which touched upon Protestant academies in the seventeenth–eighteenth century and their teaching and research: the Protestant academic interest in Hebrew and Jewish studies as shown by the dissertationes, the typical academic place to be taken as indicator of the main stream and major trends of this era. We have a huge number of still unexplored dissertations on Jews, Judaism and Hebrew languages in university archives, a window onto the perception of Judaism and reelaboration of Jewish sources for university students, university teaching, and candidates for positions in Christian society. The article focuses on the Wittenberg dissertations in Jewish studies and about all on the archive of the professors Theodor Dassow and Andreas Sennert. A list of the archive of Sennert has been added as appendix.

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