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8. Jahrbuch des Selma Stern Zentrums für Jüdische Studien Berlin-Brandenburg: Sephardic History beyond Europe. Herausgegeben von Jonathan Hirsch, Sina Rauschenbach, Carsten Schapkow. Berlin und Leipzig: Hentrich & Hentrich Verlag 2024

Wir freuen uns sehr, Sie auf das Erscheinen des achten Jahrbuchs des Selma Stern Zentrums für Jüdische Studien Berlin-Brandenburg (ZJS) hinweisen zu können. Es trägt den Titel 'Sephardic History Beyond Europe' und wurde von Jonathan Hirsch, Sina Rauschenbach und Carsten Schapkow herausgegeben.

News vom 09.02.2024

This year’s edition of the Yearbook of the Selma Stern Center for Jewish Studies Berlin-Brandenburg (ZJS) highlights innovative approaches to the study of Sephardic history in colonial and postcolonial contexts beyond Europe. The authors intertwine the particularities of their case studies with reflections on patterns of belonging, memorial cultures, and a transnational network of connections spanning from early modern times to the twentieth century. In the context of the early modern Atlantic world, two essays by Jonathan Schorsch and Enrique Corredera Nilsson explore the notion of a Sephardic empire among Portuguese Jewish communities as well as transatlantic entanglements in and beyond the Danish Caribbean. In the frameworks of Spain as well as (post-)colonial Egypt and Morocco, three articles by Juan Manuel Vilaplana López, Jonathan Hirsch, and Allyson Gonzalez reflect on Jewish citizenship, modes of belonging, and present-day commemorative events of Jewish history across the Mediterranean and beyond. These collected contributions are the outcome of activities at the ZJS dedicated to Sephardic Studies during the academic year 2020—21.

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