Dean bells jews in the early modern world is intelligent and well written presenting the world of european jewry from the early middle ages through the rise of islam to the age of discovery in the light of jewish religious practice communal history and social interactions bells book is clear and accessible. Jews in the early modern world attempts to synthesize some of this exciting new research and present it in a broader comparative and global perspective jews in the early modern world argues that the years between 1400 and 1700 represented a discrete cohesive and important period in jewish history. The study of early modern history has exploded in the last several decades many new historical sources have been identified and examined and a host of exciting studies employing a wide range of innovative methodologies have been produced scholars of jewish history have begun to ask to what . Jews in the early modern world will serve as a useful resource for a wide range of courses in medieval and early modern history jewish history and world history it includes a bibliography of english language works cited a wealth of suggestions for further reading a glossary of terms a timeline of key events and numerous maps and images. Jews in the early modern world presents a comparative and global history of the jews for the early modern period 1400 1700 it traces the remarkable demographic changes experienced by jews around the globe and assesses the impact of those changes on jewish communal and social structures religious and cultural practices and relations with non jews
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