How the Inquisition’s conversos defined Jewish religious and ethnic identity in ways that are still prevalent today
According to legend, the pork-free ‘alheira’ chorizo was created as a way for Jews to hide their identity. Whether or not that history has been exaggerated, it’s an important part of how Portugal is now wrestling with its Jewish past.
How the modern academic discipline of ‘Jewish Studies’ was invented in Renaissance England by the the greatest Christian Hebraist of the age
Hispanic crypto-Jews use social media and DNA testing to reconnect with their heritage
After 500 years, Portugal wants its Jews back, and some are coming
Descendants of Jews exiled during Spanish Inquisition can become naturalized in new plan
New York Times writer Doreen Carvajal goes to Spain to understand why her ancestors hid their Jewish roots
A debut novelist talks about love and tomatoes