5 edition of Jewish society in Fez 1450-1700 found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Jane S. Gerber.|
|Series||Studies in Judaism in modern times ;, v. 6|
|LC Classifications||DS135.M85 F495|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 218 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||218|
|LC Control Number||80494165|
FEZ, city in morocco, one of the most important in the Islamic world; founded by Idrīs I in , it became the capital of the kingdom in under Idrīs first inhabitants of Fez were pagan Berber\\s, but it also included Christians and Jews. Idrīs II then admitted a large number of Jews who paid him an annual tax of 30, dinars. Jane Gerber, Jewish Society in Fez Studies in Communal and Economic Life (Brill, ). Jonathan Ray, After Expulsion: and the Making of Sephardic Jewry (NYU Press, ). Posted byAuthor: Noam Sienna.
Norman Stillman. University of Oklahoma a History and Source Book (Jewish Publication Society, and ) was nominated for the Nat. Jewish Book Award. Jewish Society in Fez She is a past president of the Association for Jewish Studies. She is author of Jewish Society in Fez: – (), The Jews of Spain (), winner of a National Jewish Book Award, and Sephardic Studies in the University (), and editor of The Jews in the Caribbean (also published by the Littman Library).
Sephardi identity has meant different things at different times, but has always entailed a connection with Spain, from which the Jews were expelled in While Sephardi Jews have lived in numerous cities and towns throughout history, certain cities had a greater impact in the shaping of their culture. The Arabic term for Morocco is al-Maghrib al-Aq[equation]ā, the extreme west, indicating the country’s location at the westernmost limit of the Islamic world. Morocco is bounded by the Atlantic Ocean.
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Jewish society in Fez studies in communal and economic life. [Jane S Gerber]. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages ; 25 cm. Contents: I. Sources for a Reconstruction of the communal and economic history of the Jewish community of Fez --Introduction: The dynamics of Moroccan history and the position of the Jews --The Jewish community in the political context of Morocco: Until --The history of the Jewish community of Fez.
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Volume 7: The Early Modern World, – Jane, Jewish Society in Fez – Studies in Communal and Economic Life (Leiden. 1 Jane S. Gerber Jewish Society in Fez: Studies in Communal and Economic Life (Leiden, the Netherlands: E.J.
Brill, ), 2 Norman A. Stillman, The Jews of Arab Lands: a History and Source Book (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: The Jewish Publication Society of America, ) () Jewish Society in Fez, Studies in Communal and Economic Life (Studies in Judaism in Modern Times) ISBN Her one-volume history of Sephardic Jews of Spain was described as "excellent" and a reviewer noted her strengths in synthesizing much recent research about this mater: Wellesley College (BA).
Jane S. Gerber is the author of Jews of Spain ( avg rating, ratings, 22 reviews, published ), Jewish Society in Fez, ( avg rati /5. Moroccan Jews (Arabic: اليهود المغاربة , romanized: al-Yahūd al-Maghāriba Hebrew: יהודים מרוקאים Yehudim Maroka'im) are Jews who live or have lived in icant Jewish population migrated from Spain and Portugal (Sephardic Jews), after the Spanish Inquisition, to this area and settled among the were later met by a second wave of Canada: ~27, She has received numerous awards including National Jewish Book Award in Sephardic Studies.
Prof. Gerber was visiting professor at Harvard, Yale, Columbia and the Hebrew University. She has published many books and articles in the area of Sephardim and European Judaism. Among her works: The Jews of Spain (), Jewish Society in Fez:.
Jewish Society in Fez Studies in Communal and economic life. Leiden. Brill Very thorough scholarly study of Jewish life in ancient Fez. Goldberg, Harvey. Sephardi and Middle-east Jewries.
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Jewish Society in Fez Studies in Communal and economic life. Leiden. Brill She is a past president of the Association for Jewish Studies. She is author of Jewish Society in Fez: (), The Jews of Spain (), winner of a National Jewish Book Award, and Sephardic Studies in the University (), and editor of The Jews in the Caribbean (also published by the Littman Library).Author: Jane Gerber.
The Jewish population in Fez was ab in14, inincomprising % of the Jewish population of Morroco. Most families had no more than six children.
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Leiden. Brill Sephardic House, NYC Very thorough scholarly study of Jewish life in ancient Fez. Editions du Scribe Juifs d'Egypte, Images et Textes. 2nd Ed. The Jewish quarters of Fez, Chauen, Tetuan and other communities were sacked, robbed Jewish Society in Fez: Lipman, Sonya.
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In this book, Heather J. Sharkey examines the history that Muslims, Christians, and Jews once shared against the shifting backdrop of state policies. Focusing on the Ottoman Middle East before World War I, Sharkey offers a vivid and lively analysis of everyday social contacts, dress, music, food, bathing, and more, as they brought people Cited by: 3.
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