Diasporas, Identity and Globalization
19 — 21 June 2019
Towards the end of the XV and XVI centuries, the Jewish-Sephardic communities, still in the Iberian Peninsula, were forced to a vast array of adaptations resulting from intolerance and persecution. The escape, when posible, was many times the option, having been forced to travel the world, searching for sustenance and survival in very often distant places.
This escape coincides, is both feeding and being fed, with the so called Opening of the World, the arrival to new continents and new cultures. In few generations, the Jewish families that once lived in the Iberian Peninsula will gain a diasporic dimension in which their elements may be spread in diverse locations of the globe.
The Jewish identity will be rebuilt in new locations but never irreducibly confined to them - “sefarad” will always be an almost mythical horizon. The identity will have this escape mark, of the need of, at any moment, to have to leave, to flee. The diaspora will be to these populations, an identity marking the notion of cosmopolitanism we have today: The transnational life, the international contacts, the establishment of networks.
Thus, we are not just facing a picture concerning a self identity, but rather, before a way of being in the world, of conceiving it, which is the matrix of modernity itself.
To bring Lands of Sefarad to this subject is to connect the most distant of this collective past to the most vertiginous of the present: equating an identity that, far from being static, is an identity in change and recreating on its own instability, constantly seeking tools for its survival.
Promoting Entity: Município de Bragança
Production: Ideias Emergentes, Produção Cultural, CRL
Scientific Coordination: Cátedra de Estudos Sefarditas «Alberto Benveniste» da Universidade de Lisboa
Partner: Centro de Línguas, Literaturas e Culturas da Universidade de Aveiro
Scientific Committee: Maria de Fátima Dias dos Reis (President)
Organizing Committee: Paulo Mendes Pinto (coord.), Susana Milão, José António Caria Mendes, Inês Nogueiro and Carla Alexandra Gaspar Santos
(check-in from 2.00pm)
Hernâni Dias, Presidente da CMB;
Maria de Fátima Reis, Presidente CESAB;
Paulo Mendes Pinto, Coord. Com. Organizadora
Avraham Milgram, The World Holocaust Remembrance Center, Yad Vashem, Jerusalem. Subsídios para uma tipologia de atitudes de diplomatas frente os judeus durante o Holocausto
António Amorim, Faculdade Ciências da Universidade do Porto. Paradoxos da construção da identidade grupal com base na genética
Ângelo Assis, Universidade Federal de Viçosa. A Diáspora sefardita e a formação do Brasil: memórias e identidades judaicas no Novo Mundo
Anun Barriuso e José Manuel Laureiro, Centro Isaac Campanton, Tarbut Sefarad (España), Centro de Estudos Judaicos do Alto Tâmega (Portugal). Los criptojudíos de la Raya. Una Cultura de Resistencia. Las rezas de Bragança
Florbela Veiga Frade, Universidade Nova de Lisboa. Médicos, cirurgiões e barbeiros no século XVII e inícios do século XVIII. Formação e diáspora
5.00pm | Screening of the film "SEFARAD"
Directed by Luís Ismael and promoted by the Jewish Community of Porto.
Exhibition followed by a debate by representatives of the Jewish Community of Porto.
Sefarad on Vimeo
António Bento, Universidade da Beira Interior. «“Marrano. História de um Vitupério” (1925). Análise de um Opúsculo de Arturo Farinelli»
Lyslei Nascimento, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. Sangue judeu: ironia e sagacidade em Jorge Luis Borges
Ronnie Perelis, Yeshiva University of New York. Families of Blood and Families of Faith: Crypto-Jewish Networks in the Iberian World
António Andrade, Departamento de Línguas e Culturas, Universidade de Aveiro. From Bragança to Venice: the journey of Daniel Rodriga, one of the protagonists of the Portuguese Nations of the Mediterranean
Saul Gomes, Universidade de Coimbra. Os Autos da Fé em Coimbra nos séculos XVI e XVII
Maria Antonieta Garcia, Universidade da Beira Interior. A diáspora de Manuel Nunes Carvalho e cartas de Amsterdão
Elvira Azevedo Mea, Faculdade Letras Univ. Porto/CITCEM. FERMENTO DE NOVAS MENTALIDADES (Memórias das que saltaram tabus…)
Maria de Fátima Reis, Centro de História – Ulisboa/CESAB. Cristãos-novos no negócio do tabaco em Portugal em meados do Antigo Regime
Yehonatan Elazar-DeMota, University of Rotterdam. Customs of the Portuguese Jews in the Diaspora
Nuno Martins Ferreira, Escola Superior de Educação de Lisboa, IPL.. Uma memória em construção. A educação patrimonial em torno da cultura judaica e sefardita de Bragança.
Inês Fialho Brandão, Espaço Memória dos Exílios / Câmara Municipal de Cascais. Em trânsito: entre a musealização da memória e a interpretação no contemporâneo
David Wertheim. The appeal of diasporic identity. From performing Anne Frank to imagining Jewish expulsion.
Susana Bastos Mateus, CESAB. Rumos da diáspora. Percursos de cristãos-novos portugueses para a Nova Espanha (séculos XVI e XVII)
Carla Vieira, CESAB. Retrato do mercador enquanto jovem. Notas sobre o passado português de Diogo Lopes Pereira, Barão de Aguilar
Luis Ludeña López. El instinto financiero de los conversos portugueses. Transformacion de la economia en el reino de Murcia (España)
- António Caria Mendes, Associação de Amizade Portugal Israel
- Pedro Machado, Presidente do Turismo do Centro
- Rabi Natan Peres, Rabi da Sinagoga Sharé Tikvá, de Lisboa
- Rui Costa, Direcção da Rede de Judiarias de Portugal / Autarquia de Alenquer
- Rabi Avraham Elbaz, Rabi da Comunidade Judaica de Belmonte
Organization: Carla Alexandra Santos and António Caria Mendes
- António Júlio Andrade. Inquisição, limpeza de sangue e luta política
- Carlos Prada de Oliveira. A Inquisição em Argozelo
- Francisco Antunes. Povos ocultos com medos ancestrais?
- Francisco Armando Fernandes. Influência da cozinha judaica da cozinha tradicional portuguesa
- Jorge Alves Ferreira, Centro de Estudos Judaicos do Alto Tâmega (CEJAT). Judeus, cristãos-novos e marranos no Alto Tâmega
- Pedro Quadros Saldanha. A família Mendes da Costa, cristãos-novos de Trancoso
- Rui Jesuíno, Câmara Municipal de Elvas ( Presentation by Margarida Ribeiro, CME). Judeus e Cristãos-novos de Elvas
- Vânia Carvalho, Mário Coelho e Sara Marques da Cruz, Câmara Municipal de Leiria. Centro de Diálogo Intercultural de Leiria: o livro como reencontro de culturas
Daniel Strum, Universidade de São Paulo. Monitoring creditworthiness across the Western Sephardic diaspora
Participation in this congress is free but registration is required.
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Angelo Adriano Faria de Assis. PhD in History by the Universidade Federal Fluminense (Brazil). Post-doctor by the Universidades of Lisboa and of Évora. Professor D Universidade Federal de Viçosa (Brazil). Researcher of Cátedra de Estudos Sefarditas "Alberto Benveniste" of the Universidade of Lisboa. President of the National Association of History, section of Minas Gerais - Anpuh-MG, in the 2018-2020 biennium. Has experience in the field of History, with emphasis on History of Brasil Colônia, working mainly on the following subjects: Inquisition in Brazil; Inquisition in the Iberian and colonial world; religions and religiosities in the Ibero-American world; crypto-Judaism; new Christians; history teaching; literature, history and memory, with several books, articles and chapters on these topics.
Professor at Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade do Porto. His research focuses on genetics with special emphasis on the population perspective, pure and applied, namely the reconstruction of the genetic history of populations of Jewish origin or influence. His more than 400 publications in the form of books, book chapters and articles in indexed journals include more than ten related to the latter theme.
António Manuel Lopes Andrade holds a Ph.D in Literature from the University of Aveiro and is currently Assistant Professor in the Department of Languages and Cultures at the same university. As a member of the Research Centre for Languages, Literatures and Cultures of the University of Aveiro, his main interests are Portuguese Renaissance Humanism, Neo-Latin Literature, History of the Portuguese Sephardic Diaspora, and the History of Science. For the last few years he has been the Principal Investigator of the Project “Dioscorides and the Portuguese Humanism: Amato Lusitano’s Commentaries” funded by Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology.
António Bento is a Professor at the University of Beira Interior (UBI, Covilhã, Portugal). He currently directs the UBI Library. His research focuses on the areas of Political Philosophy, Political Theology, Jewish Studies, Rhetoric and Political Communication. At UBI he is a member of the Labcom.IFP Research Center, integrating the Institute of Practical Philosophy (IFP) and the Center for Jewish Studies (CEJ).
Teacher, Researcher and Historian of the Jewish legacy in Sefarad and La Raya (borderline) with Portugal. Vice president in Madrid of the Cultural Association, TARBUT SEFARAD, Founding member of the Studies Center ISAAC CAMPANTON. Speaker and participant in the organization of the congresses celebrated in Zamora and Portugal, in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017. Activities and permanent meetings with the work group of spanish teachers, Centro Sefarad Israel and Ministerio de Educación, for the elaboration of the curriculum of the current law of Education LOMCE, which includes the teaching of the Holocaust. Co-author of the book “El Norte de Sefarad” and of several articles in specialized magazines, such as “Las sinagogas del Mediterráneo español”, “La judería de Aguilar de Campoo”, “La judeofobia en el refranero español”, “Raíces” several publications in red Tarbut Sefarad and eSefarad… Publication of the artícle “La presencia judía en el Norte de Sefarad. La singularidad de los anusím: los judíos escondidos”, in the magazine Cuadernos de Campoo, September 2010.
He was a historian at the Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum. He studied History of the Jewish People at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and his doctorate at the Institute of Contemporary Judaism of this University. He was historian of the Jewish Pavilion no. 27 in Auschwitz. He is the author of several books: Os judeus do Vaticano, (1994); Portugal, Salazar e os Judeus (Lisboa, 2010 e Jerusalém 2011). He edited the volumes of the Enciclopédia dos Justos concerning the years 2000-2005 and of collective works published in Brazil and Israel.
Doctorate by the Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas da Universidade Nova de Lisboa (NOVA FCSH) with the thesis Uma amarra ao mar e outra à terra. Cristãos-novos no Algarve (1558-1650) (published in 2018), is a researcher for CHAM – Centro de Humanidades, NOVA FCSH, and of Cátedra de Estudos Sefarditas Alberto Benveniste da Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa. Currently, she is developing the postdoctoral project "Nação entre Impérios. Cristãos-Novos e Judeus portugueses nas relações Luso-Britânicas (1ª metade do século XVIII)" (supported by FCT: SFRH/BPD/109606/2015). She integrates the editorial committee of the magazine Cadernos de Estudos Sefarditas and is the author of several publications, among which: “Observing the skies of Lisbon. Isaac de Sequeira Samuda, an estrangeirado in the Royal Society”, Notes & Records. The Royal Society of the History of Science 68: 2 (2014); “Abraham Before Abraham. Pursuing the Portuguese Roots of the Seixas Family”, American Jewish History 99: 2 (2015); and “The Puzzling Path of a Recondite Text: The Composition, Circulation, and Reception of the Notícias Recônditas in Eighteenth-Century England”, Church History 88: 2 (2019).
Daniel Strum holds a BA in Economics from the University of São Paulo (USP), and an MA and PhD in Jewish History from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. His studies focus on the judicial and reputational mechanisms that supported the expansion of markets in the trans-Atlantic trade during early modern times. He was a visiting scholar at Stanford and Yale universities, and was granted the Clarival do Prado Valladares prize in Brazilian History, the Hanadiv Fellowship in European History, and The Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Rector and the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology doctoral fellowships among other distinctions. His book The Sugar Trade: Brazil, Portugal and the Netherlands (1595–1630) was published by Stanford University Press in 2013. He has published in distinguished journals, such as the Economic History Review. He is currently a professor in the History Department at the University of São Paulo.
David Wertheim (PhD, Universiteit Utrecht, 2005) is director of the Menasseh ben Israel Institute for Jewish Studies in Amsterdam. He authored Salvation through Spinoza, a Study of Jewish Culture in Weimar Germany (Brill, Leiden: 2011) and is currently working on a study of the significance of Jewish topics in Dutch public debate.
Is a retired professor from the History Department of Faculdade de Letras da Universidade do Porto. Is a member of merit of the Academia Portuguese de História, the World Union of Jewish Studies", the Confraria Internacional de Investigadores de Toledo, the Scientific Council of the "Associação Portuguesa de Estudos Judaicos", the "Associação de Amizade Portugal-Israel", has held conferences, participated in congresses and taught courses in various national and foreign universities, such as Helsinki, Nancy, Paris (Sorbonne), Rennes, London, Santiago de Compostela, Castilla-La Mancha, Seville, Naples, Udine, Jerusalem, Montreal, New York, Macau, Luanda, Salvador da Bahia, Miami, etc. Was president of the Centro de Estudos Africanos da Universidade do Porto from 1999 to 2010, where she coordinated interdisciplinary research on Africa, organized and taught the Masters of African Studies, which took place in Cape Verde twice. With a historical research linked mainly to Judaism, New Christians, Inquisition and Marranism and History of Africa in the social, cultural and of the mentalities, is the author of dozens of works published in the country and abroad, among which, the books: "O Sefardismo na Cultura Portuguesa", Paisagem, Porto, 1974; "A Inquisição de Coimbra no Século XVI. A Instituição, os Homens e a Sociedade", Fundação Eng. António de Almeida, Porto, 1997; "BEN-ROSH. Arthur Carlos de Barros Basto, o Apóstolo dos Marranos. O Proselitismo Judaico no Século XX". Editora Afrontamento, Porto, 1997. "Eça de Queiroz" Award for Biographical Essay of the Lisbon Municipality, 1997; “Amílcar Paulo, o Delfim do Capitão Barros Basto”, Porto, 2018. President of the board of the NGO África Solidariedade with an activity of aid to the hospital of Songo (Mozambique) and of monitoring and support to African university students in Portugal, S. Tomé and Mozambique.
PhD in Modern History, integrated researcher at CHAM, FCSH, Universidade Nova de Lisboa. She has dedicated the last twenty years to the study of Jews and New Christians in Portugal and Europe.
She coordinates the Espaço Memória dos Exílios in Cascais, a research and exhibition center dedicated to the memory of the refugees and exiles who passed through Portugal between 1933 and 1945. She is the author of publications on collections and art history, and contributes regularly to publications of the specialty. In 2017, she published 'What's in Lisbon? Nazi-era provenance research and Portuguese sources' - in the Journal of Contemporary History. BA in History and Art History (University of Edinburgh, 2000) and Masters in Museum Studies and Near Eastern Studies (New York University, 2002). Scholarship holder from FCG and FLAD. Currently prepares the PhD at the National University of Ireland, funded by FCT (2012-2015. She is correspondent in the Iberian Peninsula for the Holocaust Art Research Project.
Diploma in Teaching of General Basic Education, Specialty in Human Sciences. Degree in Geography and History, Section of History. Teacher in Public Centers since 1977. Carrer Public Official. Director of different Educational Centers in Madrid. Invited Professor as speaker at the Universidades Complutense and Autónoma of Madrid. President of Tarbut Madrid. Vice President of the Centro Isaac Campantón. Founding member and Treasurer of AEPES (Asociación Española de Profesionles de la Enseñanza de la Shoá “Enmanuel Ringelblum”). Co-organizer of the I Encuentro de Tarbut Sefarad. Madrid, October 2009. Co-organizer and speaker of 5 Congresses in Zamora on the Jewish History of Zamora, Castilla and La Raya (borderline) with Portugal. Co-author, with Anun Barriuso of the book “El Norte de Sefarad”, published in Jerusalem (Israel). Author of numerosos articles signed with Anun Barriuso, some of them translated to English, Portuguese and Hebrew. Collaborator in the digital radio “Radio Sefarad”, in which co-directs the program “Sefarad paso a paso”.
Born on July 31, 1951 in CALASPARRA-MURCIA. Ancient Superior Bachelor of Letters; of the Notary Officers' Corps (retired); University Diploma in Inheritance and Trade Laws; Master in Fiscal and Tax Consulting. Counselor-Secretary of "Upon-Sdad. Coop". dedicated to the production and sale to the E.U. of olive oil; Counselor-President of "Hondonera-Sdad.Coop." dedicated to the production and export of fruits and vegetables for the E.U.
Lyslei Nascimento is Professor of Theory of Literature and Comparative Literature at Universidade Federal of Minas Gerais (Brazil), where she is sub-coordinator of the Post Graduate Program in Literature: Literary Studies, and where she coordinates the Nucleus of Jewish Studies of UFMG and is editor of the magazine Archivo Maaravi: Digital Magazine of Jewish Studies. In 2015, she has won the 2015-2016 Travel Award for Latin American Jewish Research of the Texas University in Austin. She was a Visiting Researcher in 2015, at Texas University, Austin, EUA.
PhD in Sociology and Master in Portuguese Literature and Culture, graduated in Romanic Philology at the Faculdade de Letras da Universidade Clássica de Lisboa. Associate Professor at the Universidade da Beira Interior (Retired) has developed her research in Judaism and Identities. She has participated in national and international congresses.
She published the books, among others: Inquisição e Independência – Um Motim no Fundão (1580), Coimbra, 2006. “Fios – Para um Roteiro Judaico da Covilhã”, 2001. “Guarda – História e Cultura Judaica”, 1999. Judaísmo no Feminino, 1999. Denúncias em Nome da Fé, Caderno de Culpas do Bispado da Guarda, do seu Distrito e das Visitações, 1996. Os Judeus de Belmonte: Os Caminhos da Memória, 1993. Coauthored several works, mostly integrated in the themes of History and Sociology of religions.
PhD in History from the Faculty of Letters of Universidade de Lisboa and Associate Professor at Escola Superior de Educação do Instituto Politécnico de Lisboa, in the area of Social Sciences. He teaches in the undergraduate courses in Basic Education and Sociocultural Animation, and in the Masters of Pre-School Education and Teaching of the 1st Cycle of the Basic Education and of History and Geography of Portugal in the 2nd Cycle of the BE, of which he is coordinator. He is the current president of the Interdisciplinary Center for Educational Studies of ESELx and, in the area of research, has as areas of interest history of education, especially in the context of teachers training (19th and 20th centuries) and of school patrimony, coordinating the project Memory and Identity: Research and Safeguarding of the historical patrimony of Escola Superior de Educação de Lisboa.
Ronnie Perelis is the Chief Rabbi Dr. Isaac Abraham and Jelena (Rachel) Alcalay Chair in Sephardic Studies.
Associate Professor of Sephardic Studies at the Bernard Revel Graduate School of Jewish Studies of Yeshiva University. His research explores connections between Iberian and Jewish culture during the medieval and early modern periods. His essays on Sephardic history investigate the dynamics of religious transformation within the context of the crypto-Jewish experience. His book, Blood and Faith (Indiana University Press, 2016), explores family and identity in the Sephardic Atlantic world. Perelis’ engages his students in critical thinking about the past and the nature of culture. He is energized by the passion, curiosity and intelligence of his students at Yeshiva College, Stern College for Women and at the Revel Graduate School.
Teaching and research interests in Jewish Culture and Society in Medieval Iberia; Post-Expulsion Sephardic Diasporas; Early Modern Jewish Autobiography and Travel Literature; Inquisition and Crypto-Judaism: Colonial Latin America; Atlantic Studies. Latin American Jewish Culture.
Graduated in History, by the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities of the Universidade Nova de Lisboa, in 1985.
In 1989 obtained the title of Master in Medieval History by the same faculty. In 2000, he studied in the Medieval History specialty, at the University of Coimbra, where he held his public examinations, defending the dissertation entitled "In Limine Conscriptionis", in the Monastery of Santa Cruz de Coimbra (XII to XIV centuries).
Since 1987, he has taught at the Faculty of Arts of the University of Coimbra, where, since 2009, he has been Associate Professor with aggregation. He is a corresponding member of the Portuguese Academy of History, collaborator of the Center for the Study of Religious History of the Portuguese Catholic University and researcher at the Center for History of Society and Culture of the University of Coimbra. In 1999 he was awarded the Gulbenkian Science Prize for his work: "Intimacy and Charm, The Cistercian Monastery of Santa Maria de Cós."
Researcher at the CIDEHUS of Universidade de Évora; from Cátedra de Estudos Sefarditas Alberto Benveniste da Universidade de Lisboa, and a member of CEHR - Universidade Católica Portuguesa. She is the author, in collaboration with Paulo Mendes Pinto, of the book Lisboa, 19 de Abril de 1506. O Massacre dos Judeus (Lisbon, 2007). Coordinated, with Carla Vieira, the book Mendes Benveniste. Uma família sefardita nos alvores da modernidade (Lisbon, 2016). With Jaqueline Vassallo and Miguel Rodrigues Lourenço published Inquisiciones: Dimensiones Comparadas (siglos XVI-XIX) (Córdoba, 2017). She is part of the editorial committee of the magazine Cadernos de Estudos Sefarditas. Her main area of research is centered in the impact of the forced conversion of the first generations of New Christians, as well as the dynamics of the Sephardic Diaspora in the 16th century.
Hakham Yehonatan Elazar-DeMota was born in Miami, Florida, and comes from a Caribbean-Sepharadi family, via the Dominican Republic, Curação, Holland, and Iberia. He received his rabbinic and hazzanuth training initially under Hakham Yosef Benarroch (of blessed memory). Moreover, he is a certified shohet and mohel. He received rabbinic ordination from Hakham Mordekhay Levi de Lopes in 2008. In 2009, he moved to the Dominican Republic and established the Sepharadi Beth Midrash in Santo Domingo, also serving as the shohet of the community. In August 2014, he moved back to Miami to pursue graduate course work in religious studies at Florida International University. While there, he was part of Theta Alpha Kappa (honor's society for religious studies). He has spoken at numerous conferences around the world, including topics in population genetics, Jewish feminism, and Caribbean Sepharadi history. He has a Master Degree in Latin American and Sepharadi studies (2016). He was awarded departmental distinction for his thesis defense and grade point average. Apart from academia and rabbinics, he is an international jazz musician.
Since September 2016, Yehonatan is a PhD Candidate at the Asser Institute. His research project is entitled ‘Ets Haim and the Early Modern Amsterdam Debate on Trade and War with the non-European World’. It is part of the project ‘The Global City: Challenges, Trust and the Role of Law’, funded by the Gieskes-Strijbis Fonds.
Professor of Secondary Education and was for 8 years director of the Terra Quente Newspaper.
Born in Argozelo, Vimioso. Elementary school teacher. Master in History of the Populations by Universidade do Minho. I have devoted my research and published works on ecclesiastical history within the diocese of Bragança-Miranda.
He was a doctor (retired) in the area of Oliveira do Hospital and co-founder of the Hospital.
Born in Bragança, he graduated in History and mastered Portuguese Studies and Documentary Sciences (retired), consultant in several areas of cultural heritage.
Bachelor in History and Master in Multidisciplinary Portuguese Studies specialization in History. Center of Jewish Studies in Alto Tâmega (CEJAT)
Born in Lisbon. He is a lawyer in this city and a researcher on the historical and genealogical themes of New-Christians.
Graduated in History, in the area of Cultural Heritage and Master in Sciences of Information and Documentation, Câmara Municipal Elvas.
Vânia Cecília Marques Carvalho – Archaeologist, Câmara Municipal Leiria; Mário Jorge Vinhais Dias Pires Coelho - Art Historian – Câmara Municipal Leiria & Sara Luísa Pedrosa Marques da Cruz – Researcher, all participants of the Center of Intercultural Dialogue of Leiria.
Auditório Paulo Quintela
Moderation: António Caria Mendes
- Tiago Cerejeira Fontes, Departamento de Filosofia - Universidade do Minho. Extractiones de Talmud: traduções latinas do Talmude no contexto da disputa de Paris
- Joana Mestre Costa, Universidade de Aveiro. Filipe Montalto (Castelo Branco, 1567 – Tours, 1616): um destino incomum?
- Suso Vila, Museos da Catedral de Tui. Inquisición y cristianos nuevos en la raia minhota: los procesos de asimilación religiosa de las familias criptojudías frente a la opción de la huida
- Simão Draiblate, Luzern Academy. Um manual de suspeitas ou era Cervantes Judeu
- Marize Helena de Campos, Departamento de História da Universidade Federal do Maranhão – UFMA / Brasil. A RAINHA ESTHER DO MARANHÃO: o judaísmo de Isabel Gomes no nordeste setecentista
- Rita Ribeiro Voss, Universidade de Coimbra / Universidade Federal de Pernambuco. Emergências identitárias e discurso de ódio nos panfletos da testemunha alemã do Massacre de Lisboa de 1506.
- Sérgio Mota e Silva & Gisele Camacho Aznar, Pós-graduado em História e graduada em Economia e genealogista. Rota do Património Judaico e a Inquisição na Ilha da Madeira
- Rocío Velasco Tejedor, Doutoranda em Programa Interuniversitário de Doutoramento em Historia: mudança e continuidade num mundo global (PIUDHist). Universidade de Évora-CIDEHUS. Trabalho e família entre os cristãos-novos ibéricos: grupos artesanais no Sul da Península Ibérica (1550-1750)
- Maria Teresa Gomes Cordeiro, Doutorada pela Universidade de Salamanca. Sobre Judeus e a cidade de Viseu medieval: morfologia de uma Comunidade
- António Jorge Afonso, Investigador integrado do Centro de História/Faculdade de Letras de Lisboa. A comunidade judaica marroquina no Diário do cônsul Bernardo Simões Pessoa. Samuel Sumbel, Abraham Ben Walid e as leituras de Mirabeau.
Auditório I Centro Cultural Adriano Moreira
Moderation: Inês Nogueiro
- Luciana C. F. Braga, Instituto de Letras e Ciências Humanas da Universidade do Minho, Estudante de Doutoramento em Estudos Clássicos e Investigadora/Colaboradora do CECH (Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Coimbra) e do CLEPUL (Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa). Mundividências exteriores e interiores de Fernando/ Isaac Cardoso (c.1603/4-1683): De Cristão-novo em Espanha a Judeu convicto em Itália
- Ana Gabriela da Silva Figueiredo, Doutoranda de História Contemporânea da FLUL. O encontro entre a história e a memória: o resgate dos criptojudeus portugueses no século XX
- Susana Mourato Alves-Jesus, Cátedra Convidada FCT Infante Dom Henrique para os Estudos Insulares Atlânticos e a Globalização (CIDH – Universidade Aberta/CLEPUL da Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa); Instituto Europeu de Ciências da Cultura Padre Manuel Antunes (IECCPMA). Tolerância e Cristãos-Novos: Raízes Teóricas para os Direitos Humanos na Época Pombalina
- Emília Maria Rocha de Oliveira, Centro de Línguas, Literaturas e Culturas da Universidade de Aveiro (CLLC-UA). O médico cristão-novo Garcia Lopes e os "Commentarii de varia rei medicae lectione"
- Paulo Frederico Gonçalves, Professor do Ensino Básico e Secundário e Investigador, Porto. Da intuição fundamental de Espinosa ao radicalismo crítico de Heidegger: elementos comuns de raiz teológica judaica
- Cristiana Lucas Silva, CLEPUL, Universidade de Lisboa. «A reabilitação dos cristãos-novos no quadro do Iluminismo em Portugal: as resoluções pombalinas»
- Elizete da Silva, Universidade Estadual de Feira de Santana, Brasil. Cristãos-novos e Protestantes no Brasil Colonial e a construção de novas Identidades
- Marion Pellier, Centre d’Études Supérieures de la Renaissance, Université de Tours, France. Praticar a medicina no Brasil nos séc. XVI-XVII: um papel reservado aos judeus e cristãos-novos?
- Michael Waas, University of Haifa; Avotaynu DNA. The Strangers Amongst You: Iberia, Fluidity of Identity, and the Entry of Non-Levantine Genetic Ancestors into the Jewish People
- Adam Brown, Avotaynu DNA. The Genetic Study of Western and Eastern Sephardic Jewish Men
Auditório II Centro Cultural Adriano Moreira
Moderation: Carla Alexandra Santos
- Filipe Amaral Rocha de Menezes, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brasil / University of Antwerp, Belgium. Sobre os rios que vão, de Maria José de Queiroz: canções de Sião nos trópicos
- Hugo Martins, Centro de História da Universidade de Lisboa (CH-UL ). Assistência Social e Instituições Caritativas na Nação Portuguesa de Hamburgo (1652-1682) - a análise de um caso particular
- Anabela Fernandes, Ana Isabel Ribeiro & Joana Cortez-Smyth, CEIS20/FLUC. Língua e cultura de herança na comunidade sefardita de Amesterdão
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