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Title: Response
Authors: Berger, David
Sheingorn, Pamela
Broderick, Herbert R.
Gutmann, Joseph
Keywords: Jewish art
Jewish history
Jewish art and symbolism.
Jews --History --70-1789.
Issue Date: 1989
Publisher: The Joseph and Ceil Mazer Institute for Research and Advanced Study in Judaica
Citation: Berger, D. (1989). Response. In J. Gutmann (Ed.), What can Jewish history learn from Jewish art? (pp. 29-38). Graduate Center of the City of New York.
Series/Report no.: Bernard Revel Faculty Publications;1989
Abstract: The Jewish involvement with medieval feudal Christianity was vividly portrayed in the thirteenth- to fifteenth-century art of the European Hebrew manuscripts that were on display at the New York Public Library exhibit, "A Sign and a Witness: 2000 Years of Hebrew Books and Illuminated Manuscripts." (from Introduction)
Description: Papers delivered at a program arranged by the Mazer Institute on "Jewish Art in Historical Perspective" presented at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York on November 28, 1988.
Appears in Collections:Bernard Revel Graduate School of Jewish Studies (BRGS): Faculty Publications

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