Returning to Judaism after 500 years of hiding.
By granting citizenship to Jews who trace their origins to pre-expulsion Spain, the country has acknowledged, but cannot rectify, a sin of world-historical proportions.
Despite their forced public Catholicism, some 15th-century conversos doggedly kept Jewish ritual practice alive—a family odyssey.
In the aftermath of the expulsion from Spain and Portugal, fear of the Inquisition led Jewish communities to avoid potential persecution through self-censorship.
Four hundred years after the expulsion of the Jews from Spain, a British travel writer was able to discover the true, secret identity of a. . .
In Catalonia, Spain, the scene of centuries of Jewish hopes and achievement, a student of Jewish history is beset by a torrent of emotions. (1981)
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