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Memory and Commemoration

Call for Papers. Memory and Commemoration The NCSA program committee invites proposals on any aspect of “memory and commemoration” in the nineteenth century. From photographs and locks of hair to…

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After Mussolini

After Mussolini: Jewish Life and Jewish Memories in Post-Fascist Italy. In 1922, in a Vienna where anti-Jewish sentiments were intense and exploited by various political movement, the Austrian-Jewish writer Hugo…

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‘…li giudei debbano abitar unidi…’

The Birth and Evolution of the Venetian Ghetto (1516-1797) An international conference organized by: The Medici Archive Project
, Beit Venezia – The Venice Center for International Jewish Studies, il Comitato…

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Italian Jewish Press

An English language portal on the Italian Jewish Press Centro Primo Levi New York with the support of the Cahnman Foundation announces its partnership with the Scuola Normale Superiore di…

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The Jewish Archives of Piedmont

A new collaborative website offer access to the Jewish archives of Piedmont. This rich and well presented resource weaves together historical literature with a vast collection of digitized documents narrating…

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Archival Records of Italian Jewry

The Central Archives for the History of Jewish People (CAHJP) at the National Library of Israel put online new sources concerning the Jewish communities of many Italian cities including Asti,…

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Inspired by the Archives

Manifesto of Italian Archivists www.new.archivisti2016.it 1) Why are we worried? 2) What is the use of archives? 3) What is the role of archivists? 4) Why are archivists invisible? 5)…

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The City and the Ghetto

The City, the Ghetto and Two Books. Venice and Jewish Early Modernity The most Serene Republic and the ghetto “And amongst the cities of Europe, Rome and Venice are the…

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Preaching in the Venetian Ghetto

Preaching in the Venetian Ghetto: The Sermons of Leon Modena   The personality of the Venetian Rabbi Leon (Judah Aryeh) Modena (1571–1648) has intrigued scholars both past and present.[1] Widely divergent…