Researcher interests: Jewish folk art in Europe and in Islamic lands. Approaches to the image and tangible objects among Ashkenazi and Sephardi communities. The illuminated marriage contract in Jewish communities around the world. Image of Jerusalem and the Temple in folk and high art of the three monotheistic religions. Objects and customs related to the Jewish life and year cycles among European communities and Jews of Islamic countries. Jewish ceremonial art at home and synagogue. Illustrated Jewish postcards and New Year cards.
FACULTY / SCHOOL: Faculty of Humanities
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Selected Publications

The Image of the Jewish Wedding in the Works of Eighteenth Century German Hebraists (2012)| fordham| Read more
Torah and Magic: The Torah Scroll and Its Appurtenances as Magical Objects in Traditional Jewish Culture (2009)| Taylor and Francis online| Read more
Between calvinists and jews: Hebrew script in Rembrandt's art (2007)| Taylor and Francis online| Read more

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