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Schlör, Joachim 1960-

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Most widely held works by Joachim Schlör
Nights in the big city : Paris, Berlin, London 1840-1930 by Joachim Schlör( Book )

17 editions published between 1998 and 2016 in English and held by 491 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"This book describes the changes in the perception and experience of the night in three great European cities: Paris, Berlin and London." "The lighting up of the city by gas in the first half of the nineteenth century brought about a new relationship with the night: the idea of 'night life' developed, with all its associations of pleasure, escape from the everyday, and secrecy. But this was only half the story - the city night has never revealed its riches at first glance, but keeps them half-buried in obscure sources, little-known texts and stories. The cultural historian Joachim Schlor spent his nights trawling the highways and byways of the three great capitals of Europe, his days sifting the countless police, city and church archives, to produce this startlingly evocative portrait."--Jacket
Utter chaos by Samuel Gronemann( )

3 editions published in 2016 in English and held by 487 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Published in Germany in 1920, Sammy Gronemann's satirical novel set in 1903 at the time of the Sixth Zionist Congress follows the life of a baptized Jew, Heinz Lehnsen, as he negotiates legal entanglements, German culture, religious differences, and Zionist aspirations. A chance encounter with a long-lost cousin from a shtetl in Russia further complicates the plot and challenges the characters' notions of Jewish identity and their belief in the claims of the Zionist movement. Gronemann's humor and compassion slyly expose the foibles and contradictions of human behavior. With deep insight into German society, German-Jewish culture, and antisemitism, 'Utter Chaos' paints a highly entertaining portrait of German Jews at the beginning of the twentieth century. 0Translated by Penny Milbouer
Tel Aviv : from dream to city by Joachim Schlör( Book )

12 editions published between 1996 and 1999 in English and held by 204 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Joachim Schlor brings the reader closer to this most talked about city. Having interviewed numerous inhabitants and gathered information from memoirs, travel accounts and newspapers, the present day, as a centre of immigration containing reminders of every immigrants mother country, and as a catalyst between East and West
Contested heritage : Jewish cultural property after 1945 by Caroline Jessen( )

4 editions published between 2019 and 2020 in English and held by 202 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In the wake of the Nazi regime's policies, European Jewish cultural property was dispersed, dislocated, and destroyed. Books, manuscripts, and artworks were either taken by their fleeing owners and were transferred to different places worldwide, or they fell prey to systematic looting and destruction under German occupation. Until today, a significant amount of items can be found in private and public collections in Germany as well as abroad with an unclear or disputed provenance. Contested Heritage. Jewish Cultural Property after 1945 illuminates the political and cultural implications of Jewish cultural property looted and displaced during the Holocaust. The volume includes seventeen essays, accompanied by newly discovered archival material and illustrations, which address a wide range of topics: from the shifting meaning and character of the objects themselves, the so-called object biographies, their restitution processes after 1945, conflicting ideas about their appropriate location, political interests in their preservation, actors and networks involved in salvage operations, to questions of intellectual and cultural transfer processes revolving around the moving objects and their literary resonances. Thus, it offers a fascinating insight into lesser-known dimensions of the aftermath of the Holocaust and the history of Jews in postwar Europe
Denkmal für die ermordeten Juden Europas, Berlin = Memorial to the murdered Jews in Europe, Berlin by Joachim Schlör( Book )

12 editions published between 2005 and 2008 in German and English and held by 173 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Das Ich der Stadt : Debatten über Judentum und Urbanität 1822-1938 by Joachim Schlör( Book )

11 editions published in 2005 in German and held by 155 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Referring to the Jewish journalist Moritz Goldstein, who in 1938, in exile from his beloved Berlin, wrote a work called "Die Sache der Juden" (unpublished) in which he proposed the foundation of a large city which would serve as a refuge for Jews, because Jews are natural city dwellers, explains, on the basis of a range of disciplines, why this was the case. Discusses the urban life style and the character of urbanites, focusing on Berlin. Though even in Berlin Jews never formed more than a small percentage of the population, they were an integral and influential part of the city's culture. Antisemites, who tended to be anti-urbanites, identified urbanism with Jews, attributing to life in the "asphalt jungle" the supposed Jewish characteristics of rootlessness, restlessness, hunger for sensation, diseased bodies and nerves, and moral depravity. Many Jewish thinkers, especially Zionists, held similar views. After 1933, the Nazis systematically severed the Jews' ties to the German city and the German landscape in order to force them to emigrate, and exterminated those who remained. Describes present-day trends in Jewish relations with the city, and notes that anti-urban antisemitic propaganda still occurs
Nachts in der grossen Stadt : Paris, Berlin, London 1840-1930 by Joachim Schlör( Book )

14 editions published between 1991 and 1994 in German and held by 132 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Antisemitismus : Vorurteile und Mythen( Book )

9 editions published between 1995 and 1996 in German and held by 127 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Dinge des Exils by Doerte Bischoff( Book )

8 editions published between 2013 and 2014 in German and held by 103 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Innerhalb der Exilforschung sind in den letzten Jahren neue kulturwissenschaftliche Fragestellungen in den Blick gerückt. Der Band dokumentiert, wie das Interesse an alltags- und lebensweltlichen Erfahrungen von Vertreibung, Flucht, Passage, Neubeginn und transkultureller Orientierung neue Perspektiven für die Erforschung des Exils eröffnet. Mit den "Dingen des Exils" stehen Gegenstände im Zentrum der Aufmerksamkeit, die Flüchtlinge mitnehmen konnten oder zurücklassen mussten, Gegenstände, in denen sich Erinnerungen an die verlorenen Heimaten, an das Herausgerissensein und Unterwegssein, aber auch an das Ankommen und an die Erfahrung differenter Bedeutungszuschreibungen in unterschiedlichen kulturellen Kontexten symbolisch verdichten. Koffer und Pässe sind dafür nur die prominentesten Beispiele. Indem das historische Exil 1933 1945 zunehmend Gegenstand von Musealisierung und Archivierung wird, gewinnen auch die Dinge des Exils als Zeugnisse und Erinnerungsträger eine neue Aufmerksamkeit. Zugleich zeigt das für die Exilsituation charakteristische Fremdwerden der Dinge in besonderer Weise die Bedeutung materieller Kultur für Identitäts- und Alteritätsvorstellungen auf, die hier im Horizont des "material turn" interdisziplinär aus literaturwissenschaftlichen, historischen, kunst- bzw. musikwissenschaftlichen und archivwissenschaftlichen Perspektiven erkundet wird
Escaping Nazi Germany : one woman's emigration from Heilbronn to England by Joachim Schlör( )

13 editions published between 2020 and 2022 in English and held by 97 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Carefully piecing together the personal letters of Alice 'Liesel' Schwab, Escaping Nazi Germany tells the important story of one woman's emigration from Heilbron to England. From the decision to leave her family and emigrate alone, to gaining her independence as a shop worker and surviving the Blitz, to the reunion with the brother and parents and shared grief as they learn about the fate of family members who died in the Holocaust, her story sheds new light on the Jewish experience of persecution during the Holocaust and adds nuances to current debates on emigration, memory and writing, and identity"
Deutscher, Jude, Europäer im 20. Jahrhundert : Arnold Zweig und das Judentum( Book )

8 editions published in 2004 in German and held by 97 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Erinnerungen an meine Jahre in Berlin by Samuel Gronemann( Book )

6 editions published between 2004 and 2014 in German and held by 94 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Nach der Emigration ins gelobte Land sitzt Sammy Gronemann 1946 auch einer Strandterrasse vor der "köstlichen Silhouette Jaffas" und staunt über die gelungene Verwirklichung des zionistischen Jugendtraums. Diese Staunen löst in ihm den Wunsch aus, den Weg dorthin und damit sein eigenes Leben aufzuschreiben. Seine amüsant geschriebenen Erinnerungen geben Einblick in das jüdisch-zionistisch Milieu Deutschlands vor dem Ersten Weltkrieg
Endlich im Gelobten Land? : deutsche Juden unterwegs in eine neue Heimat by Joachim Schlör( Book )

3 editions published in 2003 in German and held by 79 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Manès Sperber als Europäer : eine Ethik des Widerstands( Book )

6 editions published in 1996 in German and held by 79 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The stranger in early modern and modern Jewish tradition( )

6 editions published in 2021 in English and held by 77 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Angels are the ultimate stranger. They come from another world and have a special place in the art of the Russian Jewish painter Marc Chagall (1887-1985). In My Life (1923) the young Chagall recalls one memorable night in Saint-Petersburg. Drifting into sleep in the corner of a room (all he could afford) he suddenly saw the ceiling open and a winged being, surrounded by light and blue air, hovered above him before disappearing through the ceiling again"
Jüdisches Leben in Berlin 1933 - 1941 = Jewish life in Berlin by Abraham Pisarek( Book )

3 editions published in 2012 in German and held by 65 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Handbuch Personzentrierte Seelsorge und Beratung by Fotolia Deutschland( Book )

3 editions published between 2018 and 2019 in German and held by 65 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Das Handbuch stellt die Grundlagen des Personzentrierten Ansatzes (PzA) in Beratung und Seelsorge in aktualisierter und konzentrierter Form dar. Es geht aus von seiner Entstehungsgeschichte durch Carl R. Rogers sowie aktuellen neurobiologischen Erkenntnissen in Bezug auf Beratung und Seelsorge. Bezüge zur katholischen, protestantisch-theologischen, philosophischen und pädagogischen Anthropologie sowie zu Ansätzen in Tiefenpsychologie, Verhaltenstherapie und Systemik werden hergestellt. Neben der Bedeutung der Seelsorge in den beiden großen Kirchen, in Diakonie und Caritas sowie dem Stellenwert des Personzentrierten Ansatzes im Schulunterricht und der Schulentwicklung widmet sich das Buch konkreten gesellschaftlichen und lebensnahen Themen wie Interkulturalität, Gender, Depression, Soziale Arbeit, Hospiz oder Gemeindeseelsorge. Lernziele und Vorgehensweisen verschiedener Beratungsformate wie Coaching, Supervision, Organisationsentwicklung oder geistliche Begleitung werden aufgezeigt. Das Buch stellt Standards, Curricula, Organisationsformen und Bildungsziele verschiedener Sektoren der Beratungsausbildung vor, z. B. die Weiterbildung in Personzentrierter Seelsorge und Beratung, die Fort- und Weiterbildung zum Personzentrierten Coach und Supervisor oder entsprechende Ausbildungen in Priesterseminar und Vikariat.Das Buch spricht alle an, die beraten, für die Seele anderer sorgen und Aus-, Fort- und Weiterbildung in diesem Bereich verantworten und gestalten
Tel Aviv, vom Traum zur Stadt : Reise durch Kultur und Geschichte by Joachim Schlör( Book )

5 editions published between 1996 and 1999 in German and English and held by 60 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Liesel, it's time for you to leave." von Heilbronn nach England ; die Flucht der Familie Rosenthal vor der nationalsozialistischen Verfolgung by Joachim Schlör( Book )

4 editions published between 2015 and 2016 in German and held by 57 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Tohuwabohu : Roman by Samuel Gronemann( Book )

6 editions published between 2000 and 2019 in German and held by 56 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Sammy Gronemanns erster literarischer Erfolg ist der 1920 erstmals erschienene Bestseller 'Tohuwabohu'. Dieser satirische Zeitroman markiert den Beginn von Gronemanns literarischer Karriere und zeichnet ein humorvolles Porträt jüdischen Lebens in Berlin nach der Jahrhundertwende. Für Albert Einstein war es ein 'Meisterwerk', in dem die verschiedenen Strömungen im deutschen Judentum hellsichtig dargestellt sind. Mit dem für Gronemann charakteristischen Humor erzählt der Roman von der Begegnung deutscher Juden mit der osteuropäische jüdischen Kultur - aus dem einzigartigen Blickwinkel des Begründers des zionistischen Lustspiels. Gronemanns vielfach übersetzter Roman begründet auch die wissenschaftliche Rezeption seines Werkes. Die vorliegende kritische Ausgabe erschließt, unter Verwendung bislang unveröffentlichtem Archivmaterials, die Intertextualität und die literarisch-historischen Kontexte des Romans; Rezeptionsgeschichte sowie Forschungsstand werden darin zusammengefasst und neue Perspektiven eröffnet."--Page 4 of cover
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Utter chaos
Utter chaosContested heritage : Jewish cultural property after 1945Denkmal für die ermordeten Juden Europas, Berlin = Memorial to the murdered Jews in Europe, BerlinDas Ich der Stadt : Debatten über Judentum und Urbanität 1822-1938Escaping Nazi Germany : one woman's emigration from Heilbronn to EnglandDeutscher, Jude, Europäer im 20. Jahrhundert : Arnold Zweig und das JudentumThe stranger in early modern and modern Jewish traditionHandbuch Personzentrierte Seelsorge und BeratungTohuwabohu : Roman
Alternative Names
Joachim Schlör Germany karimba ŋun nyɛ doo

Joachim Schlör Culture scientist

Joachim Schlör deutscher Kulturwissenschaftler

Joachim Schlör docente tedesco

Joachim Schlör Duits non-fictieschrijver

Joachim Schlör professor académico alemão

Joachim Schlör tysk professor

Joahim Šler

Schlör, Joachim

Shelor, Yoʼakhim 1960-

Shlor, Yoʼakhim 1960-

יואכים ‏שלור

שלור, יואכים

‏שלור, יואכים,‏ ‏1960-

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