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thought to have been thoroughly explored and understood, and al­
tered the course of ethnic politics in the United States. The double
quincentenary, which linked to this topic the expulsion of the Jews
from the Old World and their exclusion from the New, likewise
stimulated a wave of new scholarship and the presentation of
Sephardic culture to the world at large. It clarified some issues, re­
opened others thought to have been long settled, and loosed a se­
ries of ideas that will have a major impact on scholarship, on
relations between Sephardim and Ashkenazim, and on relations
between Jews and the other “races” that took part in the events of
1492.
A P P E N D IX
Conferences on the Theme of the Double Quincentenary
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Title
Location
The Inquisition in the New World and Emergence Arizona University
o f the Hidden Jews o f the Southwest
Crypto-Jewis o f the American Southwest
Buena Park, Calif.
The Expulsion o f the Jews from Spain
Jerusalem
First Route o f the Culture of Hispanic
Toledo
and Sephardic Jewry
Semana del Patrimonio Sefaradita
Miami
Congreso Internacional: Israel-
Bar-Ilan University
Sepharad 1492-1992
The Golden Age of Spanish Jewry
Rehovot
Sephardi Art Before and After the Expulsion
Jerusalem
Congreso Mundial Sefarad ’92
Madrid
The Post Expulsion Sephardi Jewish
Philadelphia
Settlement in Israel and Turkey
The Cultural and Historical Impact
San Francisco
o f the Expulsion o f the Jews from Spain
Second Annual Semana Sepharad
Los Angeles
International Conference on Don
Queens College
Isaac Abravanel