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Orijentalno doba u kulturi sećanja Sefarda u Beogradu između dva svetska rata

Mandić, Marija; Vučina Simović, Ivana

(Beograd : Institut za etnologiju i antropologiju Odeljenja za etnologiju i antropologiju Filozofskog fakulteta Univerziteta u Beogradu, 2019)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Mandić, Marija
AU  - Vučina Simović, Ivana
PY  - 2019
AB  - Sefardi su se, nakon progona s Iberijskog poluostrva (1492), naselili u velikom
broju na prostore Osmanskog carstva, a u Beograd nakon 1521. godine, pošto je
grad pao pod osmansku vlast. Administrativno i političko uređenje Osmanskog carstva
omogućilo je beogradskim Sefardima, kao i drugim nemuslimanima, da vekovima
žive pobožno i patrijarhalno u zasebnoj mahali. Oni su bili tesno povezani rodbinski i
poslovno s drugim sefardskim zajednicama širom Carstva, a samo površno s predstavnicima
muslimanske vlasti i pripadnicima drugih versko-etničkih grupa koje su živele
u njihovom neposrednom susedstvu. Promene su nastale tek u XIX veku, nakon uspostavljanja
srpske nacionalne države, kada je započela sve intenzivnija modernizacija
beogradske jevrejske zajednice. U ovom članku razmatra se kako su orijentalno doba
i njegove tekovine ostali zabeleženi u tekstovima koji govore o prošlosti beogradskih
Sefarda. Korpus čine sačuvane jevrejske publikacije koje su izlazile između dva svetska
rata na srpskom jeziku. One svedoče o specifičnosti sećanja beogradskih Sefarda, ali i
o sličnostima koje ona pokazuju kako s diskursima balkanskih suseda, tako i modernih
jevrejskih autora.
AB  - After being exiled from the Iberian Peninsula (1492), large numbers of
Sephardic Jews settled in the territories under the Ottoman rule, and in Belgrade after
1521, when it was conquered by the Ottomans. The administrative and political system
of the Ottoman Empire made possible for the Belgrade Sephardim, as well as for other
non-Muslims, to live piously and patriarchally in a separate city quarter (mahala) for
centuries. They were tightly connected by family and business ties with other Sephardic
communities all around the Empire, and only superficially to the members of the
other ethno-confessional groups living in their immediate surroundings. The changes
occurred only in the 19th century, after the modern Serbian nation-state was established,
and the Belgrade Jewish community entered the process of an intensive modernization.
In this article we analysed how oriental times and the Ottoman heritage were remembered
in the texts describing the past of Belgrade Jews. The corpus consists of Jewish
publications which appeared in Serbian language between the two World Wars. They
testify to the specificity of the Jewish communicative and cultural memory which praise
the position of the Jews under the Ottomans and the traditional way of life in piety and
according to the patriarchal rules, but they also bear a resemblance to the discourses
of the European and the Balkan orientalism, as well as of the modern Jewish authors.
PB  - Beograd : Institut za etnologiju i antropologiju Odeljenja za etnologiju i antropologiju Filozofskog fakulteta Univerziteta u Beogradu
T2  - Antropologija
T1  - Orijentalno doba u kulturi sećanja Sefarda u Beogradu između dva svetska rata
T1  - Oriental times in the culture of remembrance of the Sephardim in Belgrade between the two world wars
SP  - 113
EP  - 143
IS  - 19 (3)
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_dais_7852
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Mandić, Marija and Vučina Simović, Ivana",
year = "2019",
abstract = "Sefardi su se, nakon progona s Iberijskog poluostrva (1492), naselili u velikom
broju na prostore Osmanskog carstva, a u Beograd nakon 1521. godine, pošto je
grad pao pod osmansku vlast. Administrativno i političko uređenje Osmanskog carstva
omogućilo je beogradskim Sefardima, kao i drugim nemuslimanima, da vekovima
žive pobožno i patrijarhalno u zasebnoj mahali. Oni su bili tesno povezani rodbinski i
poslovno s drugim sefardskim zajednicama širom Carstva, a samo površno s predstavnicima
muslimanske vlasti i pripadnicima drugih versko-etničkih grupa koje su živele
u njihovom neposrednom susedstvu. Promene su nastale tek u XIX veku, nakon uspostavljanja
srpske nacionalne države, kada je započela sve intenzivnija modernizacija
beogradske jevrejske zajednice. U ovom članku razmatra se kako su orijentalno doba
i njegove tekovine ostali zabeleženi u tekstovima koji govore o prošlosti beogradskih
Sefarda. Korpus čine sačuvane jevrejske publikacije koje su izlazile između dva svetska
rata na srpskom jeziku. One svedoče o specifičnosti sećanja beogradskih Sefarda, ali i
o sličnostima koje ona pokazuju kako s diskursima balkanskih suseda, tako i modernih
jevrejskih autora., After being exiled from the Iberian Peninsula (1492), large numbers of
Sephardic Jews settled in the territories under the Ottoman rule, and in Belgrade after
1521, when it was conquered by the Ottomans. The administrative and political system
of the Ottoman Empire made possible for the Belgrade Sephardim, as well as for other
non-Muslims, to live piously and patriarchally in a separate city quarter (mahala) for
centuries. They were tightly connected by family and business ties with other Sephardic
communities all around the Empire, and only superficially to the members of the
other ethno-confessional groups living in their immediate surroundings. The changes
occurred only in the 19th century, after the modern Serbian nation-state was established,
and the Belgrade Jewish community entered the process of an intensive modernization.
In this article we analysed how oriental times and the Ottoman heritage were remembered
in the texts describing the past of Belgrade Jews. The corpus consists of Jewish
publications which appeared in Serbian language between the two World Wars. They
testify to the specificity of the Jewish communicative and cultural memory which praise
the position of the Jews under the Ottomans and the traditional way of life in piety and
according to the patriarchal rules, but they also bear a resemblance to the discourses
of the European and the Balkan orientalism, as well as of the modern Jewish authors.",
publisher = "Beograd : Institut za etnologiju i antropologiju Odeljenja za etnologiju i antropologiju Filozofskog fakulteta Univerziteta u Beogradu",
journal = "Antropologija",
title = "Orijentalno doba u kulturi sećanja Sefarda u Beogradu između dva svetska rata, Oriental times in the culture of remembrance of the Sephardim in Belgrade between the two world wars",
pages = "113-143",
number = "19 (3)",
url = "https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_dais_7852"
}
Mandić, M.,& Vučina Simović, I. (2019). Oriental times in the culture of remembrance of the Sephardim in Belgrade between the two world wars.
Antropologija
Beograd : Institut za etnologiju i antropologiju Odeljenja za etnologiju i antropologiju Filozofskog fakulteta Univerziteta u Beogradu.(19 (3)), 113-143.
Mandić M, Vučina Simović I. Oriental times in the culture of remembrance of the Sephardim in Belgrade between the two world wars. Antropologija. 2019;(19 (3)):113-143.
Mandić Marija, Vučina Simović Ivana, "Oriental times in the culture of remembrance of the Sephardim in Belgrade between the two world wars" Antropologija, no. 19 (3) (2019):113-143