Shuln and Shulelach: Large and Small Synagogues in Montreal and Europe

Type of resource
Author/collaborator
Title
Shuln and Shulelach: Large and Small Synagogues in Montreal and Europe
Abstract
Using as her focal points three booklets published by downtown Montreal synagogues (Beth David Congregation, Beth Yehuda Congregation and Congregation Anshei Ozeroff), the author examines how these religious institutions viewed themselves at particular times in their history. The author focuses on a range of subjects, including synagogue architecture, the development of Montreal's Jewish communal infrastructure, as well as the changes that affected devotional life in the city leading up to and after the Second World War.
Place
Montreal
Publisher
Hungry I Books
Date
2008
# of Pages
38p.
Language
en
Notes

Based on the author's thesis: "Aspirations and Adaptations: Immigrant Synagogues of Montreal, 1880s-1945." Unpublished Master's thesis, Concordia University, Montreal, 2004.

Citation
Tauben, Sara Ferdman. Shuln and Shulelach: Large and Small Synagogues in Montreal and Europe. Montreal: Hungry I Books, 2008.
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