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Building a public Judaism : synagogues and Jewish identity in nineteenth-century Europe
Saskia Coenen Snyder.
Table of Contents
An architecture of emancipation or an architecture of separatism?: Berlin -- "There should be sermons in stone": Victorian London -- From café-chantant to Jewish house of worship: Amsterdam -- "We want a synagogue; the Jews of Paris are ready to pay for it": Paris -- Conclusion.