The Jews of Spain
a history of the Sephardic experience
Volatile origins: The early history of Jewish life in Spain
The birth of Sepharad: from the Muslim conquest to the Caliphate of Córdoba
The golden era: The emergence of Sephardic civilization
The reconquista: Jews and the new realities of Christian Spain
Path to expulsion: The decline and destruction of Spanish Jewry
Return to the Islamic World: The Sephardic diaspora in Muslim lands
The Westward journey: Europe and the New World
Encounter with modernity: Ottoman decline and the ascendance of the West
Revival and return: Sephardic Jews in the Post-War Era
From Library Staff
A history charting the story of "New Christians," secret Jews who were persecuted by the Inquisition, from Mexico to Peru, together with the story of Sephardic communities that flourished openly from Romania, Syria and Turkey to the U.S. and Barbados.
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