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German Orientalism in the Age of Empire Religion, Race, and Scholarship

ISBN-10: 0521169070
ISBN-13: 9780521169073
Edition: 2010
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Book details

Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 8/9/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 562
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.628
Language: English

Acknowledgments
Introduction
Orientalism and the Longue Dur�e
Individuals, Institutions, Iconoclasms
The Discrete Charm of Chronology
Orientalism and the Enlightenment
Oriental Civilizations in the Enlightenment
The Peculiarities of German Orientalism
Herder and Michaelis: The Fate of the Enlightened Old Testament
Orientalists in a Philhellenic Age
Friedrich Schlegel: Renaissance and Revelation
Orientalism and Classicism in the Wake of the Creuzer Streit
To Be a German Orientalist, 1820-1870
The Long Road to Wissenschaftlichkeit
Classics-Envy and Its Intellectual Consequences
The Glass Half Empty: Orientalism as a Career
On Patrons and the Public
The Lonely Orientalists
Biedermeier Bible Criticism or How to Study Jews - and Greeks
The (Even Longer) Road to "Scientific" Judaism
The Lonely Arabists
The Indo-Europeanists
Positivism and the Origins of the Aryan-Semitic Divide
Fetishizing the Vedas
Buddha and the Young Hegelian
Poetic Wisdom's Last Proponent: Friedrich R�ckert
Carl Ritter: Oriental Geography in Western Libraries
Germans Abroad: Neither Conquerors Nor Friends
Ferdinand Von Richthofen: An East Asian Encounter
The Second Oriental Renaissance
Orientalism as a Career, 1871-1900
Three Against the Churches: Paul de Lagarde, Theodor N�ldeke, and Julius Wellhausen
Paul de Lagarde: The Orientalism of the Future and the Positivism of the Present
Theodor N�ldeke: Liberal Semitist
Julius Wellhausen: Hebraism and Realism
An Islamic Renaissance?
New Power, New Sources: The Flourishing of Indology in the Era of the Raj
Beyond the Bible? Assyriology and Egyptology in the High Liberal Age
Assyriology's Escape from Infancy
Egyptology for Realists: Adolf Erman
Eduard Meyer: Universal Historian in a Specialized Age
The Furor Orientalis
To Be a (Furious) Orientalist
Return to Diffusionism, or the Problem of Universalism in a Philological Culture
Panbabylonism: An Assyiological Revolt and Its Cultural Consequences
Babel und die Bibel Revisited
After the "Affair"
Toward an Oriental Christianity
Liberal Theology in Crisis
The Religious-Historical School
The Oriental Origins of New Testament Christianity
Buddha versus Jesus; or, Fin de Si�cle Christians and the Problem of Parallels
Persia and Hellenistic Judaism
Orientalizing Saint Paul
The Passions and the Races
On Aryans and Semites
Paul Deussen, Schopenhauerian Christian
Popularizing the Aryan Indian: Leopold von Schroeder and Houston Stewart Chamberlian
Semitistik in the Post-liberal Period
Ignaz Goldziher: Man between Two Laws
Orientalism in the Age of Imperialism
The Culture of German Imperialism
German Orientalists and the Actuality of Empire
Colonialism and Its Orientalist Institutions
Martin Hartmann, Enlightened Arabist
Carl Becker: Colonialism and Kulturgeschichte
East Asia's Place in the Sun
Otto Franke: Orientalism in the Age of "Indirect" Colonialism
Erwin Baelz: The Orientalism the Kaiserreich Could Not Use
Interpreting Oriental Art
Oriental Art and the Ethnographic Museum
Oriental Carpets and Austrian Art Historians
Josef Strzygowski: The Art-Historical Furor Orientalis
Exhibiting the Orient in Munich and Berlin
The Turfan Expeditions and the Intellectual Consequences of the Central Asian Antiquities Race
Orientalists and "Others"
Orientalists and Others, 1900-1918
The Orientalists and the Great War
Declaring Jihad
Utility, at Last
Losing the Eastern Propaganda War: Turks, Armenians, and Jews
Richard Wilhelm, German Mandarin
Epilogue
Orientalism's Indian Summer: Weimar Scholarship and Its Discontents
Orientalism and Nazism
Why German Orientalists Laid the Foundation for Multicultural Thinking, but Could Not Develop It
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