Two poets and their argument over the sacred language.
A historic synagogue modeled on the Hagia Sofia.
A collective sense of its own antiquity fed into the trauma of 1492.
And its great soldier, stateman, poet, and rabbi.
“Tell us about yourself.”
Robert Nathan, Sephardi fantasy writer.
How many Jews had been dragged to the baptismal font in Tortosa, and how many had just given up the struggle and gone of their own accord?
I’ve seen that face before.
Politics, property, and prejudice in medieval Seville.
Sephardim were the first non-African group to adopt the local creole.
Moshe David Gaon.
“A fearless exponent of traditional Judaism and Jewish nationalism.”