Jewishness was the “hand inside the puppet” of Christian Europe.
The book burning in 13th-century Paris.
And perhaps by love, too.
“The man who wrote that book died many years ago.”
Cantor, Kantorowicz, and Frederick II.
A question of influence or of a common culture?
Silk Road merchants’ correspondence.
William the Mamzer.
And where did modern Hebrew get its word for one?
Don’t call them feminists.
Blaming Jews was a way to get out of debt.
The birth of Jewish studies.
How the death of a boy in 12th-century England gave birth to a libel that won’t die.