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Benjamin Maria Baader

Benjamin Maria Baader is assistant professor of European history and Jewish history at the University of Manitoba. He holds a doctorate in Jewish history from Columbia University and is the author of Gender, Judaism, and Bourgeois Culture in Germany, 1800–1870.

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Die Deborah

Die Deborah was an influential American Jewish newspaper published in German from 1855 until 1902 specifically aimed at German-Jewish middle-class women. The paper’s writers and editors viewed women in high esteem as keepers of moral and spiritual values, and toward the turn of the century they came to support the values of the American feminist movement.

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