Emanzipation und Recht
Zur Geschichte der Rechtswissenschaft und der jüdischen Gleichberechtigung
In the course of Jewish emancipation in Germany from the 18th century to World War I, many Jewish students chose to study law. The subject offered access to diverse fields of activity, and it contained a liberal promise of equality. However, this promise was fulfilled only slowly until 1914 and was broken by National Socialist Germany. But as long as the prospect of emancipation still seemed realistic, some branches of jurisprudence proved particularly attractive, such as Roman legal history, legal theory and comparative law, commercial and international business law, and, not least, the new labor and social law. The contributions in this volume, the result of a conference at the Forschungskolleg Humanwissenschaften in Bad Homburg in May 2019, attempt to explore the reasons for these preferences.
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