2016 - 2017

0677-4064-01
  Jewish Women and Jewish Society (Medieval Europe)  
FACULTY OF HUMANITIES | JEWISH HISTORY
Prof. goldin simchaCarter202 1200-1600 Sem  1
 
 
University credit hours:  4.0

Course description

Jewish Women and Jewish Society (Medieval Europe)
The subject of this course is the relationship between men and women within the Jewish society that lived among the Christian population for a period of some three hundred and fifty years. The study concentrates on Germany, northern France and England from the middle of the 10th century – from the time when we have enough Hebrew sources to enable us to undertake a social analysis of the Jewish communities – until the middle of the second half of the 14th century, by which time the Christian population had had enough of the Jewish communities living among it and expelled them from almost all of the places in which they were living.

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