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Home Browse Books Book details, People Walk on Their Heads: Moses Weinberger's. In 1880, Moses Weinberger (1854-1940) arrived in New York City from Kniesen, Zips (Szepes), Hungary. People Walk on Their Heads: Moses Weinberger's Jews and Judaism in New York. By Moses Weinberger, Jonathan D. Sarna. He was twenty-six years old, staunchly Orthodox, and freshly trained in the rabbinate. He left Hungary, seemingly against his will, for reasons unknown. Whatever those reasons may have been, New York was the wrong place for him.
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Moses Weinberger, translated from the Hebrew and with an introduction . In 1880 a young Hungarian rabbi named Moses Weinberger arrived in New York City.
Moses Weinberger, translated from the Hebrew and with an introduction by Jonathan D. ISBN: 978-0-8419-0731-7. 1981/137 pages/LC: 81006907. This book is the best portrait we have of traditional Judaism in late nineteenth-century America. -Association for Jewish Libraries Newsletter. The best single source for Orthodox Jewish life among early East European immigrants to New York. -from Jonathan Sarna's Foreword. Seven years later, he described-and deplored-a world turned upside down, where "people walk on their heads.
Weinberger, Moses, 1854-. Uniform Title: Yehudim ṿeha-Yahadut be-Nuyorḳ. Personal Name: Sarna, Jonathan D. Uncontrolled Related/Analytical Title: Jews and Judaism in New York. Publication, Distribution, et. New York. Holmes & Meier, (c)1982, c1981.
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An English translation of the book was published by Verso Books in. .
An English translation of the book was published by Verso Books in October 2009. The book has also been translated into German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic, French and Russian, and as of late 2009 further translations were underway. biological origins of the Jews of Poland and Russia or a directive for the promotion of the story of the Jews' exile from their homeland is pure fantasy.
Personal Name: Weinberger, Moses, b. 1854. Uniform Title: Yehudim v?eha-Yahadut be-Nuyork?. Sarna, Jonathan D. Rubrics: Jews New York (State) New York Judaism.
Moshe Weinberger is an American Hasidic rabbi, outreach educator, author, translator, and speaker. He is the founding spiritual leader of the Neo-Hasidic Congregation Aish Kodesh in Woodmere, New York, and mashgiach ruchani (spiritual supervisor) at Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary (RIETS).