Jewish Dogs: An Image and Its Interpreters

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Stanford University Press, 2006 - 340 من الصفحات
'Jewish Dogs' is not a study of 'anti-Semitism' or 'anti-Judaism'. Instead, this text argues that to anchor claims of supersession, Catholics have viewed Jews as metaphoric - and sometimes not so metaphoric - dogs.
 

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Kenneth Stow, now Emeritus, was Professor of Jewish History at the University of Haifa for nearly thirty years. He is author of Theater of Acculturation: The Roman Ghetto in the Sixteen Century (2001), The Jews in Rome, Volumes I and II (1995, 1997), and Alienated Minority: The Jews in Medieval Latin Europe (1992), among others.

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