||Stanford studies in Jewish history and culture
||Antisemitism, anti-Catholicism, and anticlericalism -- Jewish anticlericalism and the making of modern citizenship in the late Enlightenment -- Romanticism, Catholicism, and oppositional anticlericalism -- Reforming Judaism, defending the family : Jews in the Catholic-liberal conflicts at mid-century -- Jews in the transnational culture wars : secularism and anti-Papal rhetoric -- Representative secularism : Jewish members of parliament and religious debate -- Nationalism, antisemitism, and the decline of Jewish anti-Catholicism -- Conclusion : rethinking European secularism from a minority perspective.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (pages 283-359) and index.|
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|ISBN||9780804787024 (cloth : alk. paper)|
|ISBN||0804787026 (cloth : alk. paper)|