Summer course: `Cordoba 711-Jerusalem 2019. The Encounter of Jews, Christians and Muslim in the Sephardic World´
The aim of this course is to bring to light the Sephardi Jewish tradition developed in the middle ages in the Iberian Peninsula, analysing the contributions of other traditions to the Judeo-Spanish and vice-versa.
It’s a unique opportunity to discover how the encounter and dialogue between different cultures has enriched Sephardi culture and, at the same time, the Sephardi culture also enriched those of its Christian and Muslim neighbours in the Mediterranean basin.
A magnificent opportunity to study and debate with participants from other countries and of course to learn from academics from institutions such as the University of Seville, the University of Tel-Aviv and the Leo Baeck College of London.
Requirements: No previous knowledge of the topic is required however a middle level of English is necessary as the conferences, workshops and visits will be in that language.
Price for inscription: 90 euros (45 for Seville residents and students)
Grants: There is a possibility of obtaining a grant to cover some or all of the price of the inscription. To apply, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org explaining your reasons for applying.
Certificates: Makom Sefarad will issue certificates to everyone who takes part in the programme.
For more information and to sign up, send an email to: email@example.com