Howard M. Sachar
The New York Intellectuals
A particularly prolific, influential group of American-Jewish writers and editors.
Sephardic Jewish Immigrants: The Second Wave
A renewed influx of Sephardic immigrants around the turn of the 20th century.
German Jewish Immigrants
A Bavarian influx changed the face of American Jewry in the mid 19th century.
Court Jews were purveyors who provided food, fodder, and munitions to the European courts in return for special privileges.
From Golden to Grim: Jewish Life in Muslim Spain
The complex political situation in Muslim Spain impacted Jewish social and cultural life there.
Inquisition in Spain
How Jews went from protected minority to persona non grata in just a few years.