Jewish history is the history of the Jews, and their religion and culture, as it developed and interacted with other peoples, religions and cultures. Jewish history is over 4,000 years long and includes hundreds of different populations.
Read more about Jewish History: Time Periods in Jewish History, Roman Rule in The Land of Israel (63 BCE – 324 CE), Early Modern Period, 19th Century, 21st Century, Jewish History By Country or Region
... Main article Jewish ethnic divisions For historical and contemporary Jewish populations by country, see Jews by country ...
... of Sand's book deals with the question of where the Jews come from, rather than questions of modern Jewish nationalism and the modern invention — according to Sand — of the Jewish ... ancient period…" and that he has "been criticized in Israel for writing about Jewish history when European history is my specialty ... This cannot be found in university history departments in Israel, because of their isolated nature ...
... Medoff's Zionism and the Arabs An American Jewish Dilemma, 1898–1948 was published by Praeger in 1997 ... Auerbach from American Jewish History praised it as "a meticulously researched and carefully crafted analysis...Any historian of the complex relationship of American Jews ...
... Moses Rischin (born 1925) is a United States Jewish historian, author, lecturer, editor, and Emeritus Professor of History at San Francisco State University ... He coined the phrase New Mormon History in a 1969 article of the same name ... In addition to his professorship, he sits on the board for the Journal of American Ethnic History and on the council of the American Jewish History Society ...
... There were major Jewish communities in Rhaunen, Laufersweiler and Hottenbach in the 18th century ... In 1709, a Jewish inhabitant in Stipshausen is first mentioned ... It is believed that the children attended the Jewish school in Rhaunen ...
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“... that there is no other way,
That the history of creation proceeds according to
Stringent laws, and that things
Do get done in this way, but never the things
We set out to accomplish and wanted so desperately
To see come into being.”
—John Ashbery (b. 1927)
“Dr. Craigle: A good man, completely reliable. Not given to overcharging and stringing visits out, the way some do.
Phil Green: Do you mean the way some doctors do or do you mean the way some Jewish doctors do?
Dr. Craigle: I suppose youre right. I suppose some of us do it, too. Not just the Chosen People.”
—Moss Hart (19041961)