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Crisis and Creativity in the Sephardic World 1391-1648 Hardcover – December 15, 1998

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"The volume is nicely introduced by Yosef Yerushalmi's meditation on the concepts of exile and expulsion in the Jewish collective memory (as well as in the works oif modern historians)." -- Bernard D. Cooperman, University of Maryland, Sixteenth Century Journal

"Like the holocaust, the 1492 expulsion demands attention as a chapter in European as much as Jewish history. This wide-ranging symposium explores antecedents, causes, mechanics, and aftermath in fifteen studies reflecting the recent flowering of the 1492 scholarship.... The resulting collection is a worthy introduction to that epic of tragedy and triumph." -- Robert I. Burns, S.J., author of Muslims, Christians, and Jews in the Crusader Kingdom of Valencia, Societies in Symbiosis


"A well-conceived, well-balanced volume with thoughtful and informative contributions by many of the leading scholars of Sephardic studies. Indeed, this collection would make a first-rate textbook for college classrooms." -- Norman Stillman, University of Oklahoma

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