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Knippen en plakken

Het korte bestaan van de eerste Jiddische krant (1686-1687) Oeri Faibesj Halevi heette hij en hij was de uitgever van de allereerste Jiddische krant ter wereld. Een serieus nieuwsorgaan, geen roddelblaadje. De Amsterdamse bibliothecaris David Montezinos kreeg de Koerant meer dan twee eeuwen later bij toeval in handen. Waarover schreef de krant en wie waren …

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The Short-lived Blossoming of the Yiddish Press in the Netherlands

This is an article on the subject of my dissertation Arranging Reality. The Editing Mechanisms of the World’s First Yiddish Newspaper, the Kurant (Amsterdam, 1686-1687). A more recent and more reliable post on this subject can be found here on this website. On June 27, 2014 I defended the dissertation at the University of Amsterdam. You can …

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Noten bij The Short-lived Blossoming of the Yiddish Press in the Netherlands

[1] J.S. da Silva Rosa, David Montezinos, de stichter der ‘Livraria D. Montezinos’ (1 Thebet 5589-5674) (Amsterdam, 1914), 4, writes that Montezinos bought the book from a street pedlar while observing the fire in the Floratheater in Amsterdam. This theatre, in the Amstelstraat, burned down in 1902: see J. van de Kamp and J. van …

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Keeping current in Amsterdam. Reb Moushe and the oldest Yiddish newspaper in the world

This is an article on the subject of my dissertation Arranging Reality. The Editing Mechanisms of the World’s First Yiddish Newspaper, the Kurant (Amsterdam, 1686-1687). I defended the dissertation at the University of Amsterdam on June 27, 2014. You can read the entire dissertation in digital form by clicking here. Dit artikel gaat over het onderwerp van …

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