Ross Brann

  • An Intimate Rivalry: The Jews under Classical Islam
  • Sefardi Exceptionalism
  • Andalusi Moorings: Al-Andalus and Sefarad as Tropes of Muslim and Jewish Culture
  • How the Encounter with Classical Islam Reshaped Judaism

Julia Philips Cohen

  • Jews for Jihad? Jewish Citizens in an Islamic Empire
  • The East as a Career: Jews and the Oriental Goods Trade
  • Remembering 1492: Sephardi Jews and the Spanish Past

Jane Gerber

  • How Golden was the Golden Age of Spain? Cordoba as Symbol and Reality
  • The Historic Encounter of Muslims and Jews
  • What is Distinctive about Sephardic Jews?
  • How Jewish were the secret Jews of Spain and Portugal?
  • The Untold Story of Sephardic Immigration to America
  • The Return of the Jews to Iberia in Modern Times

Matt Goldish

  • Converts and Conversos: How Sephardic History Can Help People Understand ‘Who Is a Jew’
  • What Happened to the Sephardim after 1492?

Gershon D. Hundert

  • Ashkenazic Views of Sephardi Jews in the 18th-19th Centuries

Ephraim Kanarfogel

  • Matchmaking and Marital Choice in Medieval Europe: Between Ashkenaz and Sefarad

Laura Leibman

  • Clothing and Manhood in the Sephardic Caribbean
  • From Slave to Merchant Princess: Religion and Racial Shift

Lital Levy

  • Bialik and the Sephardim: A Story of Love, Hate, and the Origins of Modern Hebrew Literature
  • The Historical Jewish Press in the Arab East, 1860s to 1940s
  • The Jewish Intellectuals You Never Heard Of: Modern Jewish Thought in the Arab World

Vivian Mann

  • Myer Myers Colonial Silversmith: The Touro-Spanish Portuguese Lawsuit
  • Traditionalism in Sephardi Art

Jonathan Ray

  • Being Jewish in Medieval Spain: A Religious Minority during the Best and Worst of Times

Sarah Abrevaya Stein

  • A Sephardic Journey Through the Twentieth Century
  • Documenting Sephardic History
  • Jews and Plumes:  Ostrich Feathers and Global Commerce

Francesca Trivellato

  • The ‘Jewish’ Bill of Exchange: A Forgotten Chapter in European Debates about Jews and Capitalism
  • The Familiarity of Strangers: The Sephardic Diaspora, Livorno, and Cross-Cultural Trade in the Early Modern Period
  • Sephardic Families at War in the Eighteenth-Century Mediterranean