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Sephardic Ancestry A Resource Website for Researching …

| October 1, 2019

What this site is about:Given the difficulty that I personally had in accessing information in the Spanish archives as I was tracing my own lineage back to Pre Inquisition Spain, I decided to compile all the available archival information and established this site to help those wanting to research their own Ancestry through the Archives in Spain. You will be able to find the main archives in the country and a synopsis of their content. You will find the Church archives as well as the Diocese that each Archdiocese covers and University Libraries.

Converso Cookbook- Sephardic Jewish Recipes from Spain

| October 1, 2019

Professor Gmez-Bravo received her Ph.D. from the University of California at Berkeley. Her main research areas are medieval and early modern Spanish literature, rhetoric and poetics, and theories of ethnic and gender difference.

Judaism: Sephardim – jewishvirtuallibrary.org

| September 30, 2019

The descendants of Jews who left Spain or Portugal after the 1492 expulsion are referred to as Sephardim.

Sephardic DNA Shared by Mexicans and Jews | JewishBoston

| September 30, 2019

When Cary Aufseeser first began researching his family in 2002, he didnt even know the names of all his great-grandparents. Today he can trace his roots back to the Middle Ages and has found hundreds of distant relatives all over the world (and perhaps some new Mexican Americans too). Never miss the best stories and events! Get JewishBoston This Week.

Ashkenazi versus Sephardic Jews: Ask the Rabbi Response

| September 30, 2019

The difference between Ashkenazi and Sephardi Jews (or Sephardic Jews, Sephardim) is primarily based on their historical origins. Ashkenaz is the Hebrew word for Germany

Exams – Sephardic Heritage Certificate

| June 3, 2019

All applicants aged 18-70 who are citizens of non-Spanish speaking countries must pass two Spanish exams given at an Instituto Cervantes in Albuquerque, Seattle, Chicago, New York or Boston called the DELE A2 and CCSE. Individuals from Spanish-speaking nations or those born in Puerto Rico only need to pass the CCSE. Important Information for Dual Nationals living in non-Spanish speaking nations If an individual holds two passports, one from a Spanish-speaking country and one from a non-Spanish speaking country, and was born in a Spanish speaking country, s/he can elect to only take the CCSE, but then must undergo two background checks, one from each nations federal police, as well as a local background check from the state or region where they currently reside if they have lived there for less than five years

Sephardic music – Wikipedia

| April 2, 2019

This article is about the music of the Sephardic Jews. For the main article on secular Jewish music, see Secular Jewish music. Sephardic music is an umbrella term used to refer to the music of the Sephardic Jewish community.

Sephardi Jews in Salonica – jewishvirtuallibrary.org

| April 2, 2019

Before the outbreak of World War II, there were around 56,000 Jews living in the Greek port city of Salonica. By the end of the war, nearly 98% of the Jewish community from Salonica had perished from gassing, forced labor, starvation and disease in the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp in Poland. Only 11,000 Greek Jews, from a total pre-war population of 77,000 survived the Holocaust, a figure that includes approximately 1,100 who returned from the Nazi death camps.

American Sephardi Federation – Home | Facebook

| January 26, 2019

At the Crossroads of Sephardic, Mizrahi, and Russian-Speaking Worlds: A Three-Part Learning and Cultural Series on the Greater Sephardic Communities of the Former Soviet Union Back by popular demand, the American Sephardi Federation's Young Sephardi Scholars Series is excited to once again host a 3-part learning and cultural series on the Russian-speaking Jewish (RSJ) communities of the Greater Sephardic world. The cultures and histories of Bukharian, Georgian, and Kavkazi (M...ountain) Jews are situated at the fascinating, yet lesser known, intersection of RSJ, Sephardic and Mizrahi life.

Sephardic Studies – UW Stroum Center for Jewish Studies

| December 24, 2018

Dr. Devin Naar, Sephardic Studies Program Chair & Isaac Alhadeff Professor of Sephardic Studies Dr. Devin E.


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