Religious Zionism is a major component of contemporary Israeli society and politics. The author reviews the history of religious Zionism from both a historical and ideological-theological perspective. His basic assumption is that religious Zionism cannot be fully understood solely through a historical description, or even from social, political, and philosophical vantage points. This book is the first study on this subject to be published in English.
History and Ideology
Author: Dov Schwartz
Publisher: Academic Studies Press
An innovative collection of essays applying a "new musicology" approach to the relationship between nationalist ideologies and the development of European music.
Essays on the History and Ideology of European Musical Culture, 1800-1945
Author: Harry White,Michael Murphy
Publisher: Cork University Press
The volume commemorates the tercentenary of the Khalsa by focusing on the history of the Sikh Panth, setting it in the context of the general history of India. The essays included in this volume comprise a selection from presentations that have been made at annual sessions of the Indian History Congress since its foundation in 1935, and cover the major phases of Sikh history from the sixteenth to the twentieth century. They foreground the evolution of Sikhism as one of the great universalist religions of the world, delineating the rich strands that the cultural, social and political history of the Sikhs has contributed to the tapestry of the composite nation that is India.J.S. Grewal was formerly Professor of History and Vice Chancellor at Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, and Director, Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Shimla. His numerous publications include Guru Nanak in History (1969) and Sikhs of the Punjab (1990).Indu Banga is Professor of History at Punjab University, Chandigarh. Her publications include Historiography on the Sikh Power in the Punjab (1985).The merits of this book include lucid and well-researched articles which would provide authentic information to students of history as well as an educational and analytical approach to the history of the Khalsa to the general reader.The Hindu
The Khalsa Over 300 Years
Author: J. S. Grewal,Indu Banga
Publisher: Virago Press
Category: Khalsa (Sect)
'Deserves to be read by the younger generation of Biblical scholars who will train pastors and teachers in the new millennium' -Old Testament Essays'A first-class read' -Journal for the Study of the Old TestamentProfessor Barr has brought together aspects of controversy about the Bible at the end of the millennium with an emphasis on the Old Testament and the history of Israel. The central question is how far the Bible gives us a vision into a real world of the past and how far it expresses a world imagined for religious reasons by writes who lived many centuries later.
Biblical Studies at the End of a Millennium
Author: James Barr
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
In this book, an innovative approach to the study of ideology in the Arab world explores how, through culture and the re-interpretation of history, a powerful totalitarian regime has endeavoured to cement internal unity among Iraq's diverse ethnic and religious communities. The book analyzes the ways in which, to imbue its citizens with a common destiny of Arab leadership, this regime has set out to convince the Iraqi people to see themselves as the heirs of all the great civilizations of Mesopotamia.
Author: Amatzia Baram
Category: Political Science
A remarkable book based on intensive field research as well as on the ground interviews with Shabaab leaders
The History and Ideology of a Militant Islamist Group, 2005-2012
Author: Stig Jarle Hansen
Publisher: Hurst Publishers
An insightful historical reading of Marcel Proust's literary masterpiece. No major writer of the twentieth century seems a less likely candidate for Marxist analysis than Marcel Proust. A wealthy dilettante and notable fixture in the Parisian salons, Proust chronicled and anatomized the world of France's upper classes, earning a reputation among both contemporaries and subsequent generations for aesthetic refinement and social snobbery. Yet in a reconsideration of Proust's masterpiece, A la recherche du temps perdu, Michael Sprinker reveals Proust to be an acute observer of the struggle between the bourgeoisie and aristocracy in the Third Republic. Drawing on historical scholarship on the Third Republic, Sprinker shows how Proust's novel can extend our understanding of this period, particularly in areas less well mapped in standard historical studies such as nationalist ideology and gender roles.
A la Recherche Du Temps Perdu and the Third French Republic
Author: Michael Sprinker
Category: Literary Criticism
Muqarnas is sponsored by The Aga Khan Program for Islamic Architecture at Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts.In Muqarnas articles are being published on all aspects of Islamic visual culture, historical and contemporary, as well as articles dealing with unpublished textual primary sources.
Architectural Heritage of the "Lands of Rum"
Author: Julia Bailey,Sibel Bozdoğan,Gülru Necipoğlu
Category: Social Science
The First Jewish Revolt against Rome is arguably the most decisive event in the history of Judaism and Christianity. The destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem in 70 CE by the Roman General Titus forced a transformation in structure and form for both of these fraternal religions. Yet despite its importance, little has been written on the First Revolt, its causes, implications and the facts surrounding it. In this volume, Andrea M. Berlin and J. Andrew Overman have gathered the foremost scholars on the period to discuss and debate this pivotal historical event. The contributions explore both Roman and Jewish perspectives on the Revolt, looking at its history and archaeology, and finally examining the ideology and interpretation of the revolt in subsequent history and myth.
Archaeology, History and Ideology
Author: Andrea M. Berlin,J. Andrew Overman
First published in 1987. The essays in Shakespeare Reproduced offer a political critique of Shakespeare's writings and the uses to which those writings are put Some of the essays focus on Shakespeare in his own time and consider how his plays can be seen to reproduce or subvert the cultural orthodoxies and the power relations of the late Renaissance. Others examine the forces which have produced an overtly political criticism of Shakespeare and of his use in culture. Contributors include: Jean E Howard and Marion O'Connor, Walter Cohen, Don E Wayne, Thomas Cartelli, Peter Erickson, Karen Newman, Thomas Moisan, Michael D Bristol, Thomas Sorge, Jonathan Goldberg, Robert Weimann, Margaret Ferguson.
The text in history and ideology
Author: Jean E Howard,Marion F O'Connor
Category: Literary Criticism
The entity known as 'the Exile' has had an extremely forceful influence in Old Testament scholarship, both as an event and as a symbol. But was there an 'Exile'? And if so, how did it fit into the pattern of population deportations that characterized the imperial strategies of the ancient Near East? In a methodological discussion of this issue, the contributors cover a range of topics, from ancient politics to modern ideology. In probing the meaning and implication of 'Exile' they also reflect a spectrum of opinions and conclusions.
'The Exile' as History and Ideology
Author: Lester L. Grabbe
Publisher: A&C Black
The circumcision ritual of the Merina of Madagascar is seen by them primarily as a blessing, involving the transfer of the love and concern of the ancestors of their descendants. Yet the ritual ends in an act of ciolent wounding of the child. Similarily, while the ritual involves a symbolic assault on women, it is nonetheless welcomed by them as a mark of receiving the blessing of the ancestors. In this book, Maurice Bloch provides a detailed description and analysis of the Merina circumcision ritual today, offers an account of its history, and discusses the significance of his analysis for anthropological theories of ritual in general. Pursuing the theme of the combination of religious joy and illumination with violence, Professor Bloch explains how, at various times, the circumcision ceremony can be a familial ritual as well as glorification of a militarist and expansionist state, or associated with anti-colonial nationalism. Describing changes that have occurred in the form of the ritual over two centuries, Professor Bloch argues that in order to understand the properties of ritual in general, it is necessary to view it over a longer time scale than anthropologists have tended to do previously. Adopting such an historical perspective enables him to identify the stability of the Merina ritual's symbolic content, despite changes in its organisation, and dramatically changing politico-economic contexts. As well as presenting an original historical approach to the anthropological study of ritua;, Professor Bloch discusses a range of general theoretical issues, including the nature of ideology, and the relationship between images created in ritual and other types of knowledge. The book will appeal widely to scholars and students of anthropology, history, African studies, and comparative religion.
History and Ideology in the Circumcision Ritual of the Merina
Author: Maurice Bloch
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Category: Social Science
Leonard Meyer proposes a theory of style and style change that relates the choices made by composers to the constraints of psychology, cultural context, and musical traditions. He explores why, out of the abundance of compositional possibilities, composers choose to replicate some patterns and neglect others. Meyer devotes the latter part of his book to a sketch-history of nineteenth-century music. He shows explicitly how the beliefs and attitudes of Romanticism influenced the choices of composers from Beethoven to Mahler and into our own time. "A monumental work. . . . Most authors concede the relation of music to its cultural milieu, but few have probed so deeply in demonstrating this interaction."—Choice "Probes the foundations of musical research precisely at the joints where theory and history fold into one another."—Kevin Korsyn, Journal of American Musicological Society "A remarkably rich and multifaceted, yet unified argument. . . . No one else could have brought off this immense project with anything like Meyer's command."—Robert P. Morgan, Music Perception "Anyone who attempts to deal with Romanticism in scholarly depth must bring to the task not only musical and historical expertise but unquenchable optimism. Because Leonard B. Meyer has those qualities in abundance, he has been able to offer fresh insight into the Romantic concept."—Donal Henahan, New York Times
Theory, History, and Ideology
Author: Leonard B. Meyer
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
American Mennonite identity definition through history
Author: Rodney James Sawatsky
Publisher: Pandora Pr
A Semiotic Approach to the Reconstruction of the Proclamation of the Historical Prophets
Author: Antti Laato
Publisher: Coronet Books Incorporated
History and Ideology in the Dead Sea Scrolls
Author: Philip R. Davies
Originating with a series of broadcasts, this book has developed into a radical confrontation with the problems of biblical narrative as historical record, and an assessment of their importance as reflections of Israel's cultural history. Amit also reflects on the recapitulation of the stories of ancestors in the lives of their descendants. A book for anyone interested in the meaning and the power of biblical historiography in the modern world.
An Introduction to Historiography in the Hebrew Bible
Author: Yaira Amit
Publisher: Burns & Oates
its history and ideology
Author: Hans Kohn
Publisher: University of Notre Dame Press