The Sephardic Diaspora in the Early Modern period saw transatlantic exchange of religious and cultural practices as well as economic activity. Conversos and Jewish families participated in a global trade network that connected Iberia, Europe, the New World, and Africa. Amidst this dynamic exchange women tactically used the private realm of the home to maintain and preserve rituals and faith practices.
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This lecture was presented on April 4, 2013.
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