Immanuel of Rome.
Neither Sephardi nor Ashkenazi.
Stock up on flour and oil!
As descendants of forced converts return to Judaism.
A long-forgotten text sheds new light on a gruesome episode.
Obadiah Sforno was a philosopher and exegete who taught Hebrew to the humanists.
The pope’s not-so-secret Jewish treasures.
Lorenzo Da Ponte, librettist.
Jewish excellence in musical theater, three centuries before Irving Berlin.
The coveted position of “preacher to the Jews.”
An exhibit includes a 16th-century Yiddish version of a Latin anatomy textbook.
A new Torah scroll, 530 years after the expulsion.