Inquisition

Luis de Carvajal and the beginning of Mexico City.

FirstOneThrough
Dec. 12 2022 12:01AM

The country did not end autos-de-fé until 1821.

Michael Horovitz
July 7 2022 12:01AM

“In just thinking of Him my spirit rejoices.”

Mark Schneegurt
Nov. 2 2021 12:01AM

Evidence of Jewish perseverance at the height of the Inquisition.

Daniela Weil
Nov. 17 2020 12:01AM

A Marrano Dreyfus.

Rich Tenorio
Jan. 21 2019 12:01AM

Long before demanding Jews’ bodies, anti-Semitic societies demanded Jews’ dignity.

Aug. 20 2018 12:01AM

The man who would ban Spinoza first wrote poetry in Brazil.

Oren Zweiter
March 15 2018 12:01AM

The Abravanel Bible.

Cnaan Liphshiz
Oct. 30 2017 12:01AM

Luis de Carvajal’s miniature memoir.

Natasha Pizzey
June 6 2017 12:01AM

A crypto-Jew’s diary, written so as to be hidden from the Inquisition.

Joseph Berger
Jan. 4 2017 12:01AM

A new exhibit in Santa Fe.

Rich Tenorio
Aug. 22 2016 12:01AM

For one 16th-century child of forced converts, being a Christian in Antwerp alternated with being a Jew in Venice—until being caught and tried by the Inquisition.

Renée Levine Melammed
June 10 2014 12:01AM