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Jewish Studies
Boniuk Institute for Religious Tolerance
History
Medieval and Early Modern Studies
Religion

Dr. Susan Einbinder

Friday, March 24, 2017
12:00 PM  to 1:00 PM

117  Humanities Building
Rice University


Dr. Susan Einbinder, Professor of Hebrew & Judaic Studies and Comparative Literature at the University of Connecticut In July of 1348 a large number of Jews in Tàrrega (Catalonia, Spain) were murdered during an uprising by Christians who blamed the Jews for the spread of the Black Death. Dr. Einbinder’s talk explores new and old sources related to the attack on the Jewish call (quarter) in Tàrrega after the arrival of the plague. The sources range from a well-known Hebrew chronicle excerpt to a previously unknown Hebrew lament, archival sources, and the forensic analysis of mass graves of the victims uncovered in 2007.

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