The Portuguese Jewish Diaspora. New Christians, Crypto Jews, Marranos, “People of the Nation”
The Hagadá Association, responsible for installing and managing the Tikvá Museu Judaico Lisboa in Lisbon, has joined the Paris-based publisher Chandeigne…
The new issue of the Judaica Bohemiae journal (Vol. 57/2022, 2) presents a fascinating study by Iveta Cermanova exploring the changes in Jewish burial practices that took place as a result of burial reforms introduced in the Bohemian Jewish community in the 18th century.
Published since 1965 by the Jewish Museum in Prague, Judaica Bohemiae focuses on Jewish history and culture in Bohemia, Moravia and the wider Central European area (the territory of the former Habsburg Monarchy). The texts are published in English and German.