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Jewish society in the Ottoman Empire; The Jews in Italy in the 15th to the 18th centuries; Jewish family life and the status of women.
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2. "The Boycott of Ancona - Viewing the Other Side of the Coin", From Lisbon to Salonica and Constantinople (ed. Z. Ankori), The Yehudey Yavan Le-Dorotham Series, Tel-Aviv 1988, pp. 135-154 (in Hebrew).
3. "Daily life of Jewish Women in Eretz Israel and Egypt in the 16th Century", Proceedings of the 11th World Congress of Jewish Studies, Division B, Volume I, Jerusalem 1994, pp. 147-153 (in Hebrew).
4. "Female Slaves in the Jewish
5. "Child Marriage in Jewish Society
6. "Jewish Polygamy in
7. Am Bifnei Atzman - Jewish Women in
8. "Inter-Communal Relations in Safed
after the Expulsion from
9. "The Mercies of the Court: Jewish
Women Seeking Divorce in Sixteen-Century Palestine, Syria and
10. "Deviations from Norms of Moral
Behavior in the Jewish Society of Eretz
12. ‘The Sixteenth Century - A Lost Opportunity’, Review of Abraham David’s book: To Come to the Land (Tuscaloosa and London, 1999), Cathedra, 96 (2000), pp.171-174 (in Hebrew).
14. ‘Communal Regulations as a Source for Jewish Women’s Lives in the Ottoman Empire’, The Muslim World, A Special Issue in Memory of Edward Said, Vol. 95, April 2005, pp. 249-263.
15.‘The Wanderings of a Manuscript: Sefer Tikkun Soferim by Rabbi Itzhak Zabakh of
16. “Mothers and Infants as seen by 16th
Century Rabbis in Eretz
17. ‘Jewish Women as Providers in the
Generations following the Expulsion from
18. Sefer Tikkun Soferim of Rabbi Itzhak Tzabah, Tel Aviv, 2009 (in Hebrew).
19. “Jewish Women and Families in
20. ‘Mothers and Children as seen by Sixteenth
Century Rabbis in the Ottoman Empire’, in: Sephardi Family Life in the Early
Modern Diaspora (ed. Julia R. Lieberman),
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1. Medieval Islamic Civilization: An Encyclopedia, entry: Women: Jewish
2. Encyclopedia Judaica (New Edition), entries: Malchi Esperanza; Handali Esther.
3. Jewish Women, A Comprehensive Historical Encyclopedia, entry: Women in the Jewish Communities of the Levant after the Ottoman Conquest of 1517.
4. The Encyclopedia of Jews in the Islamic World, entries: Palestine; Polygyny.
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