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The Jewish "other" in the Middle Ages

The Jewish "other" in the Middle Ages

Prof. David Nirenberg

How did the tumultuous Middle Ages served to further establish the Jews and Judaism as the ultimate symbols of the “other” in Western tradition?

References

  • Nirenberg, David, Anti-Judaism: The Western Tradition (New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 2013).
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