Browse Illinois Research and Scholarship by Author "Rosenstock, Bruce"
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Rosenstock, Bruce (2000)Using postcolonial theory, the article studies the historiography of Alonso de Cartagena as arguing for the hybridity of Castilian nationhood.
Rosenstock, Bruce (Moses Mendelssohn Zentrum für Europäisch-Jüdische Studien, 2011)Something both remarkable and strange in Jewish history took place in Germany in the early decades of the twentieth century. The German-Jewish “generation of 1914” -- a diverse group including, among many others, Ernst ...
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Rosenstock, Bruce (Fordham University Press, 2010)Drawing together two critical moments in the history of European Jewry—its entrance as a participant in the Enlightenment project of religious and political reform and its involvement in the traumatic upheavals brought on ...
Rosenstock, Bruce (2011)This translation completes my translation of Mendelssohn's Morning Hours contained in Mendelssohn's Last Works (University of Illinois Press, 2012).
Translation of Moses Mendelssohn, Sache Gottes, oder die gerettete Vorsehung (God on Trial, or Providence Justified Rosenstock, Bruce (2011)This is the translation of the posthumously published work of Moses Mendelssohn on God's justice and goodness.