Spanish Inquisition

They were plugged into an international network of Iberian exiles.

Mariana Montiel
Dec. 18 2017 12:01AM

A German nationalist riot and a Muslim character in a play by Heinrich Heine.

Shlomo Avineri
Oct. 20 2017 12:01AM

For them, religion was about more than the individual.

Ronnie Perelis
April 13 2017 12:01AM

Returning to Judaism after 500 years of hiding.

Ayelet Mamo Shay
Oct. 2 2015 12:01AM

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.  

Peter Berger
May 20 2014 12:01AM

Despite their forced public Catholicism, some 15th-century conversos doggedly kept Jewish ritual practice alive—a family odyssey.

Doreen Caravajal
April 7 2014 12:01AM

In the aftermath of the expulsion from Spain and Portugal, fear of the Inquisition led Jewish communities to avoid potential persecution through self-censorship.

Norman Roth
Feb. 18 2014 12:01AM

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. . .

Aug. 29 2013 12:00AM

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)

Frank Talmage
July 16 2013 12:00AM