This book contains the most recent research in the intrinsically interdisciplinary field of Sephardic Studies. It provides new insights into Sephardic history, culture, folklore, languages, music, and literature from both new and established international scholars.
Yedida K. Stillman is Professor of Near Eastern Studies and Chair of the Department of Judaic Studies at State University of New York, Binghamton. She is the author of Palestinian Costume and Jewelry and From Southern Morocco to Northern Israel: A Study in the Material Culture of Shelomi. George K. Zucker is Professor of Spanish at the University of Northern Iowa.
"New Horizons in Sephardic Studies reflects the breadth, diversity, and interdisciplinary character of Sephardic Studies. New material is presented in an accessible manner, and the variety of perspectives matches the richness of the subject. The quality of the contributions is uniformly strong. " — Jane Gerber, City University of New York Graduate School
"It really sets the agenda for this whole developing field. " — Raymond P. Scheindlin, Jewish Theological Seminary of Americaa