Between Christian and Jew: Conversion and Inquisition in the Crown of Aragon, 1250-1391 (The Middle Ages Series)

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9780812244212: Between Christian and Jew: Conversion and Inquisition in the Crown of Aragon, 1250-1391 (The Middle Ages Series)
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"Tartakoff's facility with the diverse and abundant source base makes her book an important new contribution to scholarship on medieval conversion."-American Historical Review "A shining example of microhistory... Between Christian and Jew is a careful and well-written study which through its clear focus raises important questions about medieval Jewish apostasy-for Jews and Christians of the time and for the apostates themselves."-Jewish Book World "Between Christian and Jew represents a rare combination of a highly original study that makes major historiographical contributions and engages in sophisticated source analysis and in a moving story that resurrects historical subjects in a way that promotes the reader's curiosity and empathy. It not only offers a constructive new way of viewing the role Jewish converts played in Jewish-Christian coexistence that will inspire innovative future research but also stands as a model of readable history writing that other scholars should aspire to emulate."-Comitatus "An outstanding book and a compelling read, this is the first thorough account of a trial of Jews by the papal inquisition, under whose jurisdiction Jews did not normally fall. This is also the first work to attempt an overview of the phenomenon of Jewish conversion to Christianity in medieval Spain prior to the watershed of 1391, and Tartakoff's conclusions regarding the motives for conversion are very important."-Mark Meyerson, University of Toronto

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"An outstanding book and a compelling read, this is the first thorough account of a trial of Jews by the papal inquisition, under whose jurisdiction Jews did not normally fall. This is also the first work to attempt an overview of the phenomenon of Jewish conversion to Christianity in medieval Spain prior to the watershed of 1391, and Tartakoff's conclusions regarding the motives for conversion are very important."-Mark Meyerson, University of Toronto

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