Jewish Salon Women in Berlin : a Public History
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The purpose of this study was to analyze representations of late eighteenth-century Jewish salon women through contemporary public history venues in Berlin.
Jewish women--Germany--Berlin--History--18th century
Berlin (Germany)--History--18th century
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