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Jews and Words: The Textual Aspect of Jewish Continuity
Fania Oz-Salzberger is Director of Paideia and Professor of History at the Faculty of Law and Center for German and European Studies, University of Haifa. She previously also taught at Monash University and at Princeton University. Oz-Salzberger was raised in Kibbutz Hulda on modern Hebrew culture and the kibbutz movement’s creative understanding of the Jewish legacy.
Mapping Jewish Diversity in Stockholm, 1870–1939
Maja Hultman is a PhD candidate in History at the Parkes Institute for Jewish/non-Jewish Relations at University of Southampton, UK.
Development of Muslim Spiritual Care in Germany
Dr.Phil. Jussra Schröer, teaches practical Islamic theology and social work at the Centre for Islamic Theology at the University of Tübingen. Her Areas of research are: Qualitative social research: Islamic spiritual care and counselling in Germany and in a European context. Diversity, Gender, Professional Ethics in Counselling Practice.
From the Rise of the Sun in the East...To Where It Sets in the West: Jewish Migration in the Medieval Period
Scholars believe that at the time of the rise of Islam in the 7th century, the vast majority of the world's Jewish population lived in Iraq (Babylonia), and that with Islamic conquest of North Africa and the opportunities that conquest provided for long-distance trade, a flood of Jews moved to the Islamic countries of the southern Mediterranean.