This volume is dedicated to one of the founding figures of Israeli Chinese studies, Professor Irene Eber of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. It assembles more than two dozen essays by colleagues from all over the world that reflect not only the wide range of her scholarly interests, but above all the fields of research which would not have been established without her and where her contributions will remain. Accordingly, the section qPhilosophy in China and Intellectual Historyq discusses the thorny and complex process of 'organizing the heritage', from the earliest constructed traditions in Han times around the beginning of our era, up to the debates on modernization in present-day China. After an excursion in qChinese Literatureq, much space is devoted to qTranslating the Bible in Chinaq, a topic on which her numerous studies have proved seminal and that deals with Chinese perceptions. As its complement, perceptions of China in systematic and historical perspective are at the core of the section devoted to qJewish Life and Letters in the Worldq. The contributions share their approach of paying particular attention to the translation processes strictly speaking and to the hermeneutical process of understanding across time and space more generally. A comprehensive list of publications by Irene Eber concludes the volume.Reading, Writing and Translating from Chinese and Jewish Cultures : Essays in Honour of Irene Eber Raoul David Findeisen, Gad ... He decreed that the Jews [ Jewish students] may not wear [school] uniforms. ... The government clearly took advantage of the destruction of so many Jewish homes and synagogues in order toanbsp;...
|Title||:||At Home in Many Worlds|
|Author||:||Raoul David Findeisen, Gad C. Isay, Amira Katz-Goehr|
|Publisher||:||Otto Harrassowitz Verlag - 2009|