Religious Changes and Cultural Transformations in the Early Modern Western Sephardic Communities
Kaplan, Yosef (editor)
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. Readership: All interested in Early Modern Jewish History and Sephardic Studies, and anyone concerned with the process of confessionalization in Europe during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Publication date and place2019
SeriesStudies in Jewish History and Culture,