Een gemeenschap in transformatie. Enkele implicaties van de sociale emancipatie van de joodse minderheid te Brussel, 1795 - 1830.

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The profound political, social and cultural changes stirring Western European society in the second half of the 18th century also influenced significant transformations within the Jewish communities: this process, most often described as emancipation of the Jews, continued well into the 19th century and implied changes in legal status, whereby Jews gradually obtained the same civil rights as the Christian population, as well as transformations in occupational structures, cultural habits and perceptions of religion. This contribution focuses on the Jewish community of Brussels in the first quarter of the 19th century, and more particularly on the first seeds of change in occupational structures and residential patterns as consequences of the emancipation process.
Originele taal-2Dutch
TitelMobiliteit en Integratie. De Brabantse steden en migratie. Handelingen van het XVe Colloquium De Brabantse Stad, Antwerpen, 17 en 18 oktober 2008. (Noordbrabants Historisch Jaarboek)
UitgeverijErfgoed Brabant
Pagina's152-169
Aantal pagina's18
Volume26
ISBN van geprinte versie978-90-72526-60-1
StatusPublished - mrt 2010

Keywords

  • migratie
  • integratie
  • joodse gemeenschappen
  • Brussel
  • joodse emancipatie

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