Head of the Italia Judaica Project

Email: sshlomo@tauex.tau.ac.il

Tel: 03-6409676

 

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Personal

 

Born:      Breslau, Germany,  30 October 1923

 

Married:                Gabriela Manfield

 

Children:               Rafael,   28 March, 1963

                              Daniela,  19 Nov. 1964

                              Uriel I.,     6 Aug. 1971

 

Education

 

1943-6   Hebrew University, Jerusalem, M.A.;

            Thesis:   The Latin Church in the Crusaders Kingdom of Jerusalem.

1949-52 University College, London University, Ph.D.;

           Thesis:   Leone da Modena, a monograph based on hitherto unpublished manuscripts.

 

Professional and Academic positions:

 

1954-7                   Research Fellow, Hebrew University, Jerusalem

1955-7                   Lecturer, Tel-Aviv University

1957-1988            Chairman Department of Jewish History, Tel-Aviv University.

1958-63                Senior Lecturer, Tel-Aviv University

1961-64                Director, Central Library, Tel-Aviv University

1963-68                Associate Prof., Tel-Aviv University

1965-6                  Visiting Professor, Yeshiva University, N.Y.C.

1968 - present      Professor of Jewish History, Tel-Aviv University

1969 - 1992          Director, Diaspora Research Institute, Tel-Aviv University

1969-71                 Dean, School of Jewish Studies, Tel-Aviv University

1971-77                 Rector, Tel-Aviv University

1973-74                 Chairman, Rectors and Presidents Committee, Universities of Israel.

1977-80                 Pro-Rector, Tel-Aviv University

1977-79                 Visiting Professor, Yale University

1977-78                 Fulbright Fellow, U.S.

1977 - 1992          Sir Isaac Wolfson Professor of Jewish Studies, Tel-Aviv University

1984, 1986           Senior Associate Member St. Antony's College, Oxford University

1987-88                 Member, Institute for Advanced Studies, Berlin

1992-93                 Visiting scholar Wolfson College, Oxford

1993 - present       Professor Emeritus

1993 - present       Chairman Diaspora Research Institute Council, TAU

2011                       Laurea ad honorem, University of Bologna

 

Other Activities and Positions

 

Military service:

 

1942-8                 Hagana

1948-9                 Israel Army - regular service

1949 - present     Israel Army - reserve - infantry officer

                            Combat service, War of Independence, 1956 Sinai Campaign, Six Day War, and Yom Kippur War

1954-56               Member "Shurat Hamitnadvim", political movement for social and political change In Israel.

                            Co-Chairman of same.

1964                    Recipient Ben Zvi Award.

1968 - 1999         Member Board Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture.

1970                    Co-Founder Bet Berl Teachers Training College.

1976                    Commendatore al merito della Repubblica Italiana.

1970 - 2002         Co-founder, and member Board of Directors Diaspora Museum.

1979 - present     Co-Chairman Israeli-Italian commission for co-operation on History of Jews in Italy.

1980 - present     Member, Council Israel Historical Society.

1988 – present    Member, Associazione italiana per lo studio del giudaismo

1996                    Recipient Shazar Award.

2011                    Laurea honoris causa- University of Bologna

 

P U B L I C A T I O N S:    (H) = Hebrew

 

A.            BOOKS:

 

1.          Leone da Modena, London 1953, pp. 775.

2.          Responsa Ziqne Yehuda, Jerusalem 1957, pp. 62+208 (H).

3.          Clipeus et Gladius, Leonis Mutinensis Tractatus Antichristianus, Jerusalem 1960, pp. XI + 79. (H).

4-5.       History of the Jews in the Duchy of Mantua, 2 vols., Jerusalem 1962-4, pp. X + 687 (H).  - do - English translation, 1977, pp. XVII + 902.

6-8.       M. Benayahu, A. Shmulevitz,  S. Simonsohn, "Seder Eliahu  Zuta", 3 vols., Vol. I, Tel-Aviv 1 1975, pp. 409; Vol. II, 1977, pp. 327; Vol III, 1983, pp. 110 (H).     

9-12      A Documentary History of the Jews in Italy, The Jews in the Duchy of Milan, 4 vols., Israel National Academy of Sciences, Jerusalem, Vol. I (1387-1477), 1982, pp. LXIX + 678;  Vol. 2, (1477-1566), 1982, pp. 679-1448; Vol. 3, (1566-1788), 1982, pp. 1449-2201; Vol. 4, 1986, pp. 2202-3153.

13.       The Apostolic See and the Jews, Documents: 492-1404, Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, Toronto 1988, pp. XV + 550.

14.        The Apostolic See and the Jews, Documents: 1394-1464, Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, Toronto 1989, pp. VI + 551-1132.

15.        The Apostolic See and the Jews, Documents: 1465-1521, Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, Toronto 1990, pp. VI + 1133-1624.

16.        The Apostolic See and the Jews, Documents: 1522-1538, Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, Toronto 1990, pp. VI + 1625-2116.

17.        The Apostolic See and the Jews, Documents: 1539-1545, Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, Toronto 1990, pp. VI + 2117-2512.

18.        The Apostolic See and the Jews, Documents: 1546-1555, Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, Toronto 1991, pp. VI + 2513-2948.

19.        The Apostolic See and the Jews, History, Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, Toronto 1991, pp. X + 469, maps.

20.        The Apostolic See and the Jews, Addenda, Corrigenda, Bibliography, Indexes, Pontifical In Institute of Mediaeval Studies, Toronto 1991, pp. VI + 176. (Hebr. Transl.) The Holy See and the Jews, Tel Aviv 1994, pp. 579, maps (H)

21.        The Jews in Sicily vol. 1, A Documentary History of the Jews in Italy 13, Leiden-Boston 1997, pp. LXXXII + 598

22.        The Jews in Sicily, vol. 2, A Documentary History of the Jews in Italy 16, Leiden-Boston 2000,  pp. XIV + 599-1251

23.       The Jews in Sicily, vol. 3, A Documentary History of the Jews in Italy 17, Leiden-Boston     2001, pp. XII + 1253-1812

24.       The Jews in Sicily, vol. 4, A Documentary History of the Jews in Italy 18, Leiden-Boston 2002, pp. XII + 1813-2461

25.       The Jews in Sicily, vol. 5, A Documentary History of the Jews in Italy 19, Leiden-Boston 2003, pp. XII + 2463-3153

26.       The Jews in Sicily, vol. 6, A Documentary History of the Jews in Italy 20, Leiden 2004, pp. XII +  3155-3872

27.       The Jews in Sicily, vol. 7, A Documentary History of the Jews in Italy 21, Leiden-Boston 2005, pp. XII +  3873-4531

28.       The Jews in Sicily, vol. 8,  A Documentary History of the Jews in Italy 22, Leiden-Boston 2006, pp. XII +  4532-5214

29.       The Jews in Sicily, vol. 9,  A Documentary History of the Jews in Italy 23, Leiden-Boston 2006, pp. XIV +  5215-6074

30.       The Jews in Sicily, vol. 10,  A Documentary History of the Jews in Italy 24, Leiden-Boston 2007, pp. X + 6075-6805

31.       The Jews in Sicily, vol. 11, A Documentary History of the Jews in Italy 25, Leiden-Boston 2007, pp. XII, 6807-7535

32.       The Jews in Sicily, vol. 12, A Documentary History of the Jews in Italy 26, Leiden-Boston 2007, pp. XII, 7535-8269

33.       The Jews in Sicily, vol. 13, A Documentary History of the Jews in Italy 27, Leiden-Boston 2008, pp. XII, 8271-8990

34.       The Jews in Sicily, vol. 14, A Documentary History of the Jews in Italy 28, Leiden-Boston 2008, pp. XII, 8991-9684

35.       The Jews in Sicily, vol. 15, A Documentary History of the Jews in Italy 29, Leiden-Boston 2009, pp. XII, 9685-10430

36.       The Jews in Sicily, vol. 16, A Documentary History of the Jews in Italy 30, Leiden-Boston 2009, pp. XII, 10431-11120

37.       The Jews in Sicily, vol. 17, A Documentary History of the Jews in Italy 31, Leiden-Boston 2010, pp. XII, 11121-11830

38.       The Jews in Sicily, vol. 18, A Documentary History of the Jews in Italy 32, Leiden-Boston 2010, pp. XXXI, 11831-12444

39.       Between Scylla and Charybdis, The Jews of Sicily, Leiden-Boston 2011, pp. XIV+778

40.       - do – Hebrew: (Between the Hammer and the Anvil), Jerusalem 1211, pp. X +619

41.       – do –Italia: tra Scilla e Cariddi,  Rome 2011, pp. 648

41a.     The Jews in Italy, vol I, Antiquity (forthcoming)

 

B.        CHAPTERS IN BOOKS:

 

42-3     The Jews in Italy, Jewish Art and Civilization I, ch. 5, Fribourg 1972, pp. 170-212. - do - French translation: L'Italie, Art et civilizatiomn du people juif, Paris 1973, pp. 171-211

44.       La condizione giuridica degli ebrei nell'Italia centrale e settentrionale (secoli XII-XVI). Storia d'Italia, Annali 11, Gli ebrei in Italia. a cura di C. Vivanti, Einaudi editore, Torino 1996, pp. 97-120.

45       Sizilien: Ein Jahrtausend (mehr oder weniger) “guter Nachbarschaft”. Europas Juden im Mittelalter,  Cluse, C., Hrsg., Trier 2004, pp. 121-138.

46       - do – English version: The Jews of Europe in the Middle Ages (Tenth to Fifteenth Centuries), CELAMA 4,  Cluse,  C., editor; Turnhout 2004, pp. 105-122.

 

           ARTICLES:

 

47.      Un privilegio di Francesco II Sforza agli ebrei del Ducato di Milano, Scritti in memoria di S. Mayer, Jerusalem, 1956, pp. 308-324.

48.      The Development of Jewish Self-Government in Mantua 1511-1630, Zion XXI (1956), pp. 143-182 (H).

49.      Opinion of the Sorbonne Concerning the Settlement of Jews in France 1633, Zion XXIII-XXIV (1958-9), pp. 98-101 (H).

50.      The Scandal of the Tamari-Venturozzo Divorce, Tarbiz XXVIII (1959), pp. 375-392 (H).

51.      The Minute-Books of the Jewish Community at Verona, Kiryat Sepher XXXV, (1960), pp. 127-136, 250-268 (H).

52.      The Ghetto in Italy and its Regime, Baer Jubilee Vol., Jerusalem 1961, pp. 270-286 (H).

53.      A Christian Report from Constantinople Regarding Shabbethai Sevi (1666), The Journal of Jewish Studies XII (1961), pp. 33-58.

54.      David Reuveni's Second Mission to Italy, Zion XXVI (1961), pp. 198-207 (H).

55.      Emissaries from Safed to Mantua in the 17th and 18th Centuries. Sephunot VI (1962), pp. 329-354 (H).

56.      Jewish Education in Italy during the Renaissance, History of Education, Jerusalem 1964, pp. 376-381 (H).

57.      Books and Libraries of the Jews of Mantua 1595, Kiryat Sepher XXXVII (1962), pp. 103-122 (H).

58.      Jewish Education in the 16th-18th Centuries, Italy, History of Education, Jerusalem 1964, pp. 405-409 (H).

59.      The Theatre Company of the Jews of Mantua, Pargod (1963), pp. 13-17 (H).

60.      Gli ebrei a Siracusa ed il loro cimitero, Archivio Storico Siracusano IX (1963), pp. 8-20.

61.      Jewish Vagabonds in European Jewish Communities, Ha'Uma V (1963), pp. 103-107 (H).

62.      On the Relations between Bohemia-Moravia and Italy in the 17th and 18th Centuries, Gelber Jubilee Volume, Tel-Aviv 1963, pp. 127-163 (H).

63.      The Jews of Syracuse and their Cemetery, Ben-Zvi Memorial Volume, Jerusalem 1964, pp. 275-282 (H).

64.      The Jewish Community in Italy and the Christian Corporation, Religion and Society in Jewish and Gentile History, Jerusalem 1965, pp. 81-102 (H).

65.      From the Model-Letter Collection of Salomone da Poggibonsi, Qovetz Al-Yad VI (XVI) (1966), pp. 381-417 (H).

66.      Some Disputes on Music in the Synagogue, Proceedings of the American Academy for Jewish Research XXXIV (1966), pp. 99-110.

67.      The Jews of Europe in the Light of Seder Eliyahu Zuta, Carpi Memorial Volume, Jerusalem 1967, pp. 64-71; Proceedings of the Fourth World Congress of Jewish Studies II (1969), pp. 211-214 (H).

68.      The World of a Jewish Boy during the Renaissance, Hagut, Tel-Aviv 1969, 334-349 (H).

69.      The Jewish Community in Rome, Mahanaim CXX (1969), pp. 19-30. (H)

70.      I banchieri da Rieti in Toscana, La Rassegna Mensile di Israel XXXVIII (1972), pp. 406-423.

71.      Remnants of the Communal Minute-Book of Cremona, Michael I (1973), pp. 254-276 (H).

72.      Alcune note sugli ebrei a Parma nel'400, Studi sull'ebraismo italiano in memoria di Cecil Roth, Roma 1974, pp. 227-260.

73.      The Hebrew Revival among Medieval Jewry, S.W. Baron Jubilee Volume II, N.Y. - Jerusalem 1974, pp. 831-858.

74.      The Palestine Problem after World War Two, Collected Essays Fratelli Fabbri, Milan.

75.      Procura Hester fq. Natan Creyssenti, Michael IV (1975), pp. 446-449.

76-7.   On the History of the Rieti Bankers in Tuscany, Shohat Jubilee Volume, 1978, pp. 183-203 (H); On the History of the Rieti Banking Family of Tuscany, Wise Festschrift, Tel Aviv 1981, pp. 301-315

78.      A Contract for the Printing of Hebrew Books at Cremona, Umberto Nachon Memorial Volume, Jerusalem 1978, pp. 143-150 (H).

79.      Prolegomena on the Relations between Popes and Jews in the Middle-Ages, Baer Memorial Volume, Jerusalem 1980, pp. 66-93 (H).

80.      "Qoloth Nishbarim", Michael VII (1982), pp. 284-393 (H).

81.      La iglesia y los Judios en la Espa¤a Cristiana, I Congreso Internacional Encuentro de las Tres Culturas, Toledo 1982 pp. 69-73.

82.      Lo stato attuale della ricerca storica sugli ebrei in Italia, Atti del Congresso Italia Judaica, Rome 1983, pp. 29-37.

83.      Italia Judaica (with A. Luzzatto and A. Toaff), Sample Brochure, Tel-Aviv 1984, pp. 48.

84.      Marranos in Ancona under Papal Protection, Michael IX (1985), pp. 234-267.

85.      La "Limpieza de Sangre" y la iglesia, II Congresso Internacional Encuentro de Las Tres Culturas, Toledo 1983, pp. 299-310.

86.      Jews and Judaism as viewed by the Medieval Church, L'Image de L'Autre, 16e Congrés  International des Sciences Historiques, Stuttgart 1985, II, pp. 563-574.

87.      Halakha and Society in the Writings of Leone da Modena, Harvard Studies in Jewish History, Cambridge, Mass. 1987, pp. 435-446.

88.      Un divieto di trasportare ebrei in Palestina, Atti del Congresso Italia Judaica II, Rome 1986, pp. 39-53.

89.     Considerazioni introduttive, la communità veneziana: aspetti della sua vita tra cinquecento e seicento, Gli ebrei e Venezia, Milano 1987, pp. 323-332.

90.      Metodologia e risultati della ricerca per 'The Jews in the Duchy of Milan', La Rassegna Mensile di Israel LII (1987), pp. 335-344.

91.      Alcuni noti convertiti ebrei del rinascimento, Atti del VI congresso Internazionale dell'AISG, Roma 1988, pp. 93-104.

92.      Some Reactions of the Jews in Italy to the "First Emancipation" and to Enlightenment, Atti del Congresso Italia Judaica III, Rome 1989, pp. 47-68 (H).

93.      Some well-known Jewish Converts during the Renaissance, Revue des Etudes Juives CXLVIII (1989), pp. 17-52.

94.      Historical Background to the Manuscript, Rothschild Miscellany, Companion Volume,  London 1989, pp. 17-36

95.      Chiesa e sinagoga, convivenza scomoda, Atti del Convegno Internazionale: Nuove mobilità delle popolazioni mediterranee come fattore di convivenza e di dialogo fra le tre grandi religioni monoteiste, Rome 1990, pp. 14-22.

96.      Arnaldo Momigliano as a Jew and Historian of Italian Jewry, Arnaldo Momigliano in Memoriam, Jerusalem 1992, pp. 26-36 (H).

97.      La Santa Sede e gli ebrei della Sicilia, We-zo't le-Angelo, Vol. in Memoria di Angelo Vivian, Bologna 1993, pp. 511-526

98.      Prolegomena ad una storia degli ebrei in Sicilia, Atti del V Convegno Italia Iudaica, (Palermo 1992), Roma 1995, pp. 15-30.

99.     Conclusioni, L'Ebraismo dell'Italia meridionale peninsulare dalle origini al 1541, Atti del  Convegno internazionale di studio organizzato dall'universià degli studi della Basilicata, Potenza-Venosa, 20-24 settembre 1992, Galatina 1996, pp. 327-332

100.    Giovanni Pico della Mirandola on Jews and Judaism, From Witness to Witchcraft, Jews and Judaism in Medieval Christian Thought, Wolfenbütteler Mittelalter-Studien 11, Wiesbaden 1996, pp. 403-418

101.    The Thirteenth Tribe, Michael XIV (1997), pp. 51-76 (H)

102.    Conclusioni, Atti del del Convegno Gli ebrei di Pisa (1994), Pisa 1998, pp. 427-433.

103.    On Historical Research in a Post-historical Era, Gesher 133 (1996), pp. 38-42 (H)

104.    More on the History of the Jews in Sicily during the Norman Period (with M. Gil), Carpi Jubilee Volume, Tel Aviv 1996, pp. 23-57 (H)

105.    Maritime Trade in the Eastern Mediterranean in the Eleventh Century: The Case of the Jewish Merchants in Sicily, Convegno Economia e Territorio nel Medioevo, Barcelona 1996, Archivio Storico del Sannio NS 4 (1999), pp. 65-81

106.    Joseph Hacohen a Genova, Convegno Joseph Hacohen 5 centenario dalla nascita, Genova 1996, Italia XIII-XV (2001), pp. 119-130 (H)

107.    Prologue, Leone de' Sommi and the Performing Arts, Tel Aviv 1997, pp. 19-24

108.    The Jews in the Papal States to the Ghetto, Atti del VI Convegno Italia Judaica, Tel Aviv 1995, Roma 1998, pp.11-29        

109.    La politica papale verso gli ebrei a Roma e nello Stato della Chiesa da Paolo IV a Pio IX, Atti  del VII Convegno Italia Judaica, Reggio E. 1998 (in print)

110.    L'epigrafia ebraica, Atti del convegno Sicilia Epigrafica, Erice 15-18 Ottobre 1998, Annali della Scuola Normale di Pisa, S. IV/2 (1999), Pisa 2000, pp. 509-530 + tables.

111.    Il mezzogiorno normanno-svevo visto dal mondo ebraico, Il mezzogiorno normannosvevo visto dall’Europa e dal mondo mediterraneo, Atti delle tredicesime giornate  normanno-sveve, Bari, 21-24 ottobre 1997, Bari 1999, pp. 327-340

112.    I beni culturali ebraici in Italia meridionale nel medioevo: una rassegna provvisoria, Atti del Convegno I Beni Culturali Ebraici in Italia, Ravenna 22-24 maggio 2001, Ravenna  2003, pp. 31-38

113.    The Conference on Leon Modena and his World: Opening Remarks, The Lion Shall Roar: Leon Modena and his World, Italia, Conference Supplement I, Jerusalem 2003, pp. 15-17

114.    The Thirteenth Tribe, Una Manna Buona per Mantova,  Studi in Onore di Vittore Colorni, Firenze 2004, pp. 117-246

115.    Gli scritti di Vittore Colorni: una rassegna, Una Manna Buona per Mantova,  Studi in Onore di Vittore Colorni, Fireneze 2004, pp. XV-XVI; In Memoriam Vittore Colorni, Materia Giudaica X/1 (2005), pp. 7-8

116.    The Jews and Law: the Sicilian Model, Hebraica Hereditas, Studi in onore di Cesare Colafemmina, a cura di Lacerenza, G., Napoli 2005, pp. 339-352

117.    'Alyyah di ebrei siciliani nel Quattrocento, Atti del convegno internazionale dell'AISG, Siracusa 25-27 settembre 2005, Materia Giudaica XI/1-2 (2006), Firenze 2006, pp. 43-50

118.    The Mediterranean: the Tri-Cultural Crossroads: Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Atti delle Assemblee Plenarie VIII (Valencia), IX (Bari), X (Foggia, XI (Izmir), della Comunità delle Università Mediterranee (CUM), Bari 2007, pp. 51-57

119.   Un commento conclusivo, Donne nella storia degli ebrei d'Italia, Atti del IX Convegno internazionale 'Italia Judaica', Lucca, 609 giugno 2005, (Luzzati, M., Galasso, C. eds.), Firenze 2007, pp. 549-558

120.   Guglielmo Raimondo Moncada: un converso alla convergenza di tre culture: L'ebraica, cristiana e islamica, in: Guglielmo Raimondo Moncada alias Flavio Mitridate. Un ebreo converso siciliano, Atti del Convegno Internazionale Caltabellotta (Agrigento), 23-24 ottobre 2004 (a cura di Perani, M.), Palermo 2008, pp. 23-32

121.  I rapporti fra la Sardegna e la Sicilia, Gli ebrei nel contesto del mediterraneo, Atti del X convegno internazionale Italia Judaica, Cagliari 17-20 novembre 2008 (a cura di Tasca, C.), Materia giudaica XIV/1-2 (2009), pp. 125-131

122.  Savants and Scholars in Jewish Mantua: a Re-assessment, Rabbi Judah Moscato and the Intellectual World of mantua in the 16th – 17th Centuries (Veltri, G. and Miletto, G. eds.), Leiden-Boston 2012, pp. 299-309

123.  International Trade and Italian Jews at the Turn of the Middle Ages, Proceedings of the Italia Judaica  Jubilee Conference, Leiden-Boston 2013, pp. 223-238

124.  Jewish Italy: The Melting Pot of Mediterranean Jews. Judaism in the Mediterranean Context' Proceedings of the IX Congress of the European Association of Jewish Studies, Ravenna 25-29 July 2010 (in print)

125.  Jewish History – Fact or Fiction, (H), Israel 20 (2012), pp. 1-19

125a.  Studenti e studiosi ebrei a Bologna ed alter università medievali e rinascimantali italiane, Lectio magistralis, Bologna 2011, MG 15-16 (2010-11), pp. 21-27

125b.  Hate of Jews Through the Ages, incl. Self Hate (H), Porath Jubilee vol. (in print)

 

D.       TEXT BOOKS AND TEACHING MANUALS

 

126.        The Inquisition, Tel-Aviv 1959, pp. 48 (H).

127.        The Settlement of the Jews in Europe, Tel-Aviv 1957, 1959, pp. 17-23 (H).

128.        The Jewish Community in Western Europe at the End of the Middle-Ages, Tel-Aviv 1959, pp. 72 (H).

129.        The Roman Church and the Jews in the Middle-Ages, Tel-Aviv 1960, pp. 58 (H).

130.        History of the Jews in the Middle-Ages from the Crusades to the Expulsion from Spain, Tel-Aviv 1960, pp. 115 (H).

131.        The Organization of Jewish Self-Government in the Middle-Ages, Tel-Aviv 1961, pp. 85 (H).

132.        Sepher Masa Melech, Tel-Aviv 1962, pp. 73 (H).

133.        The Policy of the Popes towards the Jews, Tel-Aviv 1963, pp. 79 (H).

134.        Documents Relating to the History of the Jews in Moslem Spain, Tel-Aviv 1965, pp. 18 (H).

135.        Sources for the History of the Jews in Europe to the Persecution of 1096, Tel-Aviv 1966, pp. 65 (H).

136.        Sources for the History of the Jews from the Crusades to the Expulsion from Spain, Tel-Aviv 1972, pp. 159 (H).

 

E.            REVIEWS:

 

137.        M.A. Szulvass, Jewish Life in Italy during the Renaissance, Kiryat Sepher XXXII (1957), pp. 305-307 (H).                              

138.        C. Roth, the Jews in the Renaissance, Kiryat Sepher XXXVI (1961), pp. 216-222 (H).

139.        Hayye Olam by Yehiel Nissim da Pisa, ed. Rosenthal, Kiryat Sepher XXXIX (1964), pp. 55-7 (H).

140.        L. Poliakov, Les Banchieri Juifs et le Saint-Siege du XIIIe au XVIIe siècle, Kiryat Sepher XLII (1967), pp. 471-3 (H).

141.        S. Ben-Sasson, The Jews of Sicily 825-1068, Jerusalem 1991, Jewish History 7 (1993), pp. 144-45.

 

F.             VARIOUS:

 

142.        Jewish Coins, Reifenberg, Jerusalem 1948, pp. 61 (Transl.) (H).

143.        The House of Nasi, C. Roth, Tel-Aviv 1953, pp. 280 (Transl.) (H).

144.        Encyclopedia Hebraica, Encyclopedia Judaica etc., various articles.

145.        Afterword, in: Violence and Defence in the Jewish experience, Philadelphia 1977, pp. 337-343.

146.        On Jewish Survival, Inaugural Lecture, The Sir Isaac Wolfson Chair of Jewish Studies, Tel-Aviv 1977.

147.        Past and Future, Five Years' Rectorship, 1972-77, Tel-Aviv University 1977, pp. 79 (H).

148.        The Mediterranean, Cradle of our Civilization, Convegno Il Mediterraneo un mare da salvare, Giardini Naxos 1986.

149.        Et-Mol, various articles

149a.      Judaism and Jewish Culture, Baskin, J.R. ed., Cambridge 2011, Sicily, pp. 548-9

149b.      ריאיון עם פרופסור שלמה סימונסון (יעקב שביט וג'רמי כהן), זמנים 115 (2011), 98 ואילך

 

G.            EDITING

 

Michael, Proceedings of the Diaspora Research Institute.

 

150.        I          Italy, 1972, pp. 341+318.

151.        II        Germany (with J. Toury), 1973, pp. 83+265.

152.        III        United States (with L.P. Gartner), 1975, pp.  392+40.

153.        IV       France (with J. Schatzmiller), 1976, pp. 460+71.

154.        V        North Africa (with D. Carpi and Y. Nini), 1978, pp. 142+267.

155.        VI       Eastern Europe (with M. Minc), 1980, pp. 176+240.

156.        VII      Eastern Mediterranean (with Z. Ankori), 1981, pp. 444+247.

157.        VIII     South America (with D. Carpi), 1983, pp. 89+161.

158.        IX       Exiles from the Iberian Peninsula (with D. Carpi), 1985, pp. 199+267.

159.      X        England, Ireland, Canada, and Surinam (with R.A. Rockaway) 1986, pp. 77+234.

160.      XI       (Monograph Series) Jews and Conversos in Christian Spain (with E. Gutwirth), 1989, pp. 36+290.

161.       XII       (Monograph Series) Jews in France (with J. Shatzmiller), 1991, pp. 140+336.

162.       XIII      (Monograph Series) Holocaust (with D. Porat), 1993, pp. 126+167.

163.      XIV      (Monograph Series) Jews in Islamic Countries (with M. Rozen and J. Nini), 1997, pp. 62+222

164.       XV       (Monograph Series), Jews in The United States, 2000, pp. 235+25

165-178. Shvut, Jewish Problems in the USSR and Eastern Europe (on Editorial Board), I (1973), II (1974), III (1975), IV (1976), V (1977), VI (1978), VII (1980), VIII (1981), IX (1982), X (1984), XI (1985), XII (1987), XIII (1988), XIV (1990).

179-190. Gal-Ed, On the History of the Jews in Poland (Co-Editor), I  (1973), II (1975), III (1976), IV-V (1978), VI (1982), VIII (1985), IX (1986), X (1987), XI  (1989), XII (1991).

 

H.          BIBLIOGRAPHIES

 

191    Biblioteca italo-ebraica. Bibliografia per la storia degli ebrei in Italia 1986-1995 (with M. Consonni), Roma 1997, pp. 262.

192.    Biblioteca italo-ebraica. Bibliografia per la storia degli ebrei in Italia 1996-2005 (with M. Consonni), Firenze 2007, pp. 286.

 

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Editor: A Documentary History of the Jews in Italy:

 

Vol. 1-4 (see supra)

Vol. 5, The Jews in Piedmont 1 (1297-1582) by R. Segre, Jerusalem-Tel Aviv 1986, pp. CXLIX + 630

Vol. 6, The Jews in Piedmont 2 (1582-1723) by R. Segre, Jerusalem-Tel Aviv 1988, pp. 631-1398

Vol. 7, The Jews in Piedmont 3 (1724-1798) by R. Segre, Jerusalem-Tel Aviv 1990, pp. 1399-2276

Vol. 8, The Jews in Umbria 1 (1245-1435) by R. Toaff, Leiden-New York-Köln 1993, pp. LXVIII + 460

Vol. 9, The Jews in Umbria 2 (1435-1484) by R. Toaff, Leiden-New York-Köln 1994, pp. 461-978

Vol. 10, The Jews in Umbria 3 (1484-1736) by R. Toaff, Leiden-New York-Köln 1994, pp. 979-1466

Vol. 11, The Jews in Rome 1 (1536-1551) by K. Stow, Leiden-New York-Köln 1995, pp. LXXX + 411

Vol. 12, The Jews in Rome 2 (1551-1557) by K. Stow, Leiden-New York-Köln 1997, pp. 413-951.

Vol. 13 (see supra).

Vol. 14 The Jews in Genoa 1 (507-1681), by R. Urbani and G.N. Zazzu, Leiden-Boston-Köln 1999, pp. CLXXXIX + 486.

Vol. 15 The Jews in Genoa 2 (1682-1799), by R. Urbani and G.N. Zazzu, Leiden-Boston-Köln 1999, pp. 487-1138.

Vols. 16-32  (see supra) 

Vol. 33, The Jews in Calabria by C. Colafemmina, Leiden-Boston 2012, pp. XI + 700

The Italia Judaica Jubilee Conference (with Shatzmiller, J.), Leiden-Boston 2013, pp. XIII + 266

 

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