Book Talk: Poisoned Wells: Accusation, Persecution and Minorities in Medieval Europe 1321-1422
Hosted By: Congregation Beth El
What happens after a plague? Previous plagues have brought devastation, and unleashed social unrest, wars, famines – and of course, waves of violent antisemitism. Join us to learn from the lessons of history, from a scholar whose research is focused on plagues and their aftermath. Our lecturer is virtual Scholar-in-Residence Tzafrir Barzilay (Kreitman Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Ben Gurion University of the Negev, author of forthcoming book “Poisoned Wells: Accusation, Persecution and Minorities in Medieval Europe 1321-1422” published by University of Pennsylvania Press.)
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