02.01.2019

14 January, Lecture: Torah and Cross. Politics and Life Worlds. Jewish Identity Formations and Jewish-Christian Boundaries in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Period

Monday, 14.1.2019, 17:15, HS E.001, Univ.-Prof. Dr. Arno Strohmeyer (Salzburg)Between exclusion and integration: Jewish life in the Ottoman Empire.

Der Vortrag gewährt einen Überblick über die Lebenswelten von Juden im Osmanischen Reich vom Spätmittelalter bis zu den Reformen des Tanzimat im 19. Jahrhundert. Thematisiert werden die Migration der Sepharden mit deren Kunst und Kultur (Sprache, Musik usw.) und deren Einflüsse auf die Osmanen, die protestantische Migration nach der Reformation („Türkenhoffnung“), die Frage von Toleranz der Muslime und religiösem Pluralismus (samt deren Wahrnehmung durch die Zeitgenossen), jüdische Lebensformen (Berufe, Kleidung, Armut und Reichtum) und Lebensräume (geographisch, sozial, rechtlich), Konversionen, die Problematik der Identitätsbewahrung - das alles auch im Vergleich zu den Christen. Abschließend wird auf die Folgen bis in die Gegenwart eingegangen.

Margarete Heinz

Sekretariat

Zentrum für Jüdische Kulturgeschichte der Universität Salzburg

Residenzplatz 1, 5020 Salzburg

Tel: 0662-8044-2961

E-mail to Margarete Heinz

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