Online workshop: Jews in Politics in Long Renaissance Italy (13th-17th century)

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January 31, 2022, 6-8 pm (Rome time)

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Uncommon sources and where to find them: Jews in Politics in Long Renaissance Italy (13th-17th century)

On line launch of the Internation Research Project: JPOL. Jews in Politcs in Italy in the Long Renaissance (13th-17th century)

A virtual workshop organized by Ecole Française de Rome; Sapienza Università di Roma; Universität Hamburg; Università di Pisa; Università della Calabria 

Pierre Savy (École française de Rome),  Serena Di Nepi (Sapienza Università di Roma), Introduction

Guido Bartolucci (Università della Calabria), Making Jewish History Political: a question of sources?

Jeffrey Woolf (Bar Ilan University), Making Responsa Political: new approaches on Jewish History

Francesco Freddolini (Sapienza Università di Roma), Massimo Moretti (Sapienza Università di Roma), Uncommon Sources: images, imagination and self-representation

Alessanda Veronese (Università di Pisa), Inside Out: looking for Jewish political agency in External Sources

Roundtable coord. by Giuseppe Veltri (Hamburg Universität) and Pierre Savy, with interventions of all participants above and Marina Caffiero (Sapienza Università di Roma), Bernard Cooperman (University of Maryland) and Giacomo Todeschini