Italia Judaica

Project Director: Prof. Shlomo Simonsohn

Email: sshlomo@post.tau.ac.il

Tel: 03-6409676

The Italia Judaica Project, directed by Professor Shlomo Simonsohn is investigating the history of Jews in the countries bordering on the Mediterranean and in Italy in particular. Under its auspices, research is carried on, the results of which are published in print and on the internet, and are discussed at international conferences dealing with the history of Italian Jewry.

Project Director: Prof. Shlomo Simonsohn

Among the Centre's many scholarly enterprises, one project stands out for its scholarship and continuity: the "Italia Judaica" Project. Established in 1960 by Professor Shlomo Simonsohn in collaboration with colleagues from Israel and abroad, the Italia Judaica Project has been investigating the history of Jews in the countries bordering on the Mediterranean littoral and in Italy in particular. The results are published in print and on the internet, and are discussed at international conferences dealing with the history of Italian Jewry.

Editor: Shlomo Simonsohn
The aim of this series is to locate and publish documentary material relating to the history of the Jews in Italy, scattered in archives throughout Italy. The systematic publication of these historical records serves as a tool for research into the heritage of Italian Jewry.

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Editor: Shlomo Simonsohn

The lexicon covers the history of all the Jewish communities in Italy, from the Roman era through the Emancipation, and is intended for use by scholars and students, as well as interested members of the public. It is accompanied by a bibliography based on the six published volumes, and is brought up to date continuously by the editorial board and by the public.

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The University of Haifa and the Goldstein-Goren Diaspora Research Center are pleased to invite you to the International Conference in Honor of Prof. Minna Rozen:

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The Goldstein-Goren Diaspora Research Center is pleased to invite you to a symposium in honor of the publication of a book by Prof. Yoram Erder entitled:
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