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Ayer y hoy de la prensa en judeoespañol


Actas del simposio organizado por el Instituto Cervantes de Estambul en colaboración con el Sentro de Investigasiones Sovre la Cultura Sefardi Otomana Turka los días 29 y 30 de abril de 2006


The proceedings of a conference on Jewish publishing and printing in the Ottoman Empire.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61719-932-5
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Dec 12,2010
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 130
ISBN: 978-1-61719-932-5
$120.00
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The articles in this volume are the proceedings of a conference on Jewish publishing and printing in the Ottoman Empire which was held in Istanbul in 2003. The participants, who came from Turkey, Spain, Israel and Germany, presented primarily on publishing in the Judeo-Spanish dialect spoken by Sephardic Jews in the Ottoman Empire.

The articles in this volume are the proceedings of a conference on Jewish publishing and printing in the Ottoman Empire which was held in Istanbul in 2003. The participants, who came from Turkey, Spain, Israel and Germany, presented primarily on publishing in the Judeo-Spanish dialect spoken by Sephardic Jews in the Ottoman Empire.

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Pablo Martín Asuero

Karen Gerson Sarhon

  • Indice (page 6)
  • INTRODUCCION (page 8)
  • LA PRENSA JUDEOESPANOLA CONTRALOS RECELOS, LA BUROCRACIA Y LA CENSURA* (page 11)
  • RELACIONES ENTRE LA PRENSA ESPANOLAY LA PRENSA SEFARDI A FINALES DEL SIGLO XIX: EL CASO DE EL LUZERO DE LA PASENSIA. (page 39)
  • ESPANA Y LA PRENSA JUDEO-ESPANOLA DE SALONICA DURANTE EL PRIMER TERCIO DEL SIGLO XX (page 49)
  • LA CAMPANA A FAVOR DE LA PROPAGACION DEL IDIOMA TURCO ENTRE LOS SEFARDIES (page 61)
  • HISTORIA DE LA PRENSA JUDIA TURKA (page 73)
  • LA PRENSA JUDIA KE APARESIYA KON LETRAS DE RASHI EN TURKIA EN LOS ANYOS (1930 - 1931) AVRAM LEYON I LA FONDASYON DEL SEMANAL SALOM (page 79)
  • EL PERIODIKO SALOM OY (page 85)
  • EL AMANESER, SUPLEMENTO MENSUAL DEL JURNAL SALOM (page 89)
  • KONTRIBUSION DE LA REVISTA AKI YEROSAHALAYIM AL RENOVAMIENTO DE LA KREASION LITERARIA EN LADINO (page 93)
  • EL KANTONIKO LA HAKETIA DE AKI YERUSHALAYIM (page 99)
  • AKI YERUSHALAYIM EN LA UNIVERSIDAD DE BARCELONA (page 109)
  • LA GASTRONOMIA SEFARADI EN AKI YERUSHALAYIM (page 111)
  • REESCRIBIR UN TEXTO PARA REDEFINIR UNA IDENTIDAD: LA AGADA DE LA GUERRA POR EL DIA DE PESAH DE NISSIM SIMAN-TOV'ELI Y LA AUTOPERCEPCION DE LOS SEFARDIES DE TURQUIA DESPUES DE LA PRIMERA GUERRA MUNDIAL (page 115)
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