JEWS IN EARLY MODERN EUROPE

Genre:

This informal discussion between scholars explores the economic and social realities of Jews living across Europe from the 16th through the 18th centuries. Topics include how Jews worked, litigated, and connected with one another across borders on a daily basis. Participants: Jay Berkovitz (UMass, NEH Scholar), Francesca Trevillato (Yale), Debra Kaplan (Yeshiva University), Jonathan Karp (SUNY Binghamton, Executive Director, AJHS), Moderator.


Lectures/Debates"

Open:   05/02/12
Close:   05/02/12

Schedule:
05/02/12- 6:30
Theater:   Center for Jewish History
Address:   15 West 16th Street
New York, NY 10011
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Cost:$0.00 - $15.00
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