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2011, vol. 8, br. 20, str. 167-181
Jevrejski identitet u ranoj modernoj Evropskoj istoriji
Univerzitet u Beogradu, Filozofski fakultet, Odeljenje za istoriju umetnosti
Ključne reči: Jevreji; renesansa; identitet; antijudaizam; vizuelna diferencijacija; slika drugog; integracija; mentalne i vizuelne prezentacije
Sažetak
Jevrejski identitet u ranom modernom periodu - epohi u kojoj tradicionalno antijevrejstvo prerasta u antisemitizam - oblikovan je nasiljem, izgonom, getoizacijom, formama vizuelne diferencijacije, integracijom, ali ne i asimilacijom u okvire evropske hrišćanske kulture. Izučavanjem odnosa intelektualnih i fizičkih kategorija, duše i tela kao socijalnih i istorijskih konstrukta, može se, donekle, odgovoriti na pitanje šta to znači biti Jevrejin u ranom modernom dobu. Na osnovu iskustava aktuelnih protagonista i posmatrača, u njihovoj sopstvenoj realnosti, ovaj tekst predstavlja percepciju i samopercepciju Jevreja u mentalnim i vizuelnim kodovima renesanse.
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