What is "Jewish"? A reach for the dictionary and a glance at entries such as "Jude," "Jew" or "juif" reveal how differently "Jews" were defined depending on time, language and attitude. The exhibition shows definitions from four hundred years in German, English, French and Italian. The ideas that non-Jews had about Jews ranged from the pejorative to the valorizing, from the ideological to the idealizing.
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