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Jewish Print Culture in 19th Century North Africa

Hosted By: The National Library of Israel

This talk, “On the Altar of the Press: Jewish Print Culture in 19th Century North Africa,” with Dr. Noam Sienna, will examine Jewish printing and North African book culture in the 19th century, demonstrating how book-making was a primary link between Jewish communities in North Africa and their coreligionists across Mediterranean shores.

The second half of the 19th century saw enormous transformations in Jewish life all over the world. In North Africa, this period was marked by the development of a local Jewish printing industry, competing with the well-established Jewish presses of Europe and the Ottoman Empire.

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The National Library of Israel

The National Library of Israel serves as the dynamic institution of collective memory for the Jewish people worldwide and Israelis of all backgrounds and faiths – past, present and future. Through its world-class collections and a range of innovative digital, educational and cultural initiatives, the National Library works to share the stories of the Jewish people, the State of Israel, the Land of Israel and its region.
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