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Religious changes and cultural transformations in the early modern western Sephardic communities / edited by Yosef Kaplan.

Publication:
Leiden ; Boston : Brill, [2019]
Series:
Studies in Jewish history and culture ; v. 54.
Studies in Jewish history and culture ; volume 54
Format/Description:
Book
xxxviii, 616 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm.
Subjects:
Jews -- Europe, Western -- History -- Congresses.
Sephardim -- Europe, Western -- History -- Congresses.
Europe, Western -- Ethnic relations -- Congresses.
Ethnic relations.
Jews.
Sephardim.
Europe, Western.
Judentum
Konversion -- Religion
Neuchrist
Sephardim
Westeuropa
Form/Genre:
Conference papers and proceedings.
History.
Summary:
The Western Sephardic communities came into being as a result of confessional migration. However, in contrast to the other European confessional communities, the Sephardic Jews in Western Europe came to Judaism after a separation of generations from the religion of their ancestors. The contributions in this volume detail those transformations in the Early Modern Western Sephardic communities.
Notes:
"The twenty-four articles in this volume are based on lectures given at the conference that took place at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem from November 14 through 16, 2016"--Preface.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Kaplan, Yosef, editor.
Other format:
Online version: Religious changes and cultural transformations in the early modern western Sephardic communities.
ISBN:
9789004367531
9004367535
9789004392489
OCLC:
1057731820
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