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Jews in Medieval England - What can we learn from a European comparison?

7:30 pm, 25 May 2017

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Miri Rubin

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Thursday May 25th
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IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF ENGLAND

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Miri Rubin is Professor of Early Modern and Medieval History, Queen Mary University of London.

A historian of Europe with wide ranging interests, she was educated at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, gained her doctorate at the University of Cambridge and was later awarded a research fellowship and a post-doctoral research fellowship at Girton College. Her research has ranged across the period 1100-1600, through the exploration of themes in the religious culture of Europe. In all her work she seeks to understand issues of identity, community, and gender, the boundaries of cooperation and the threat of violence.

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Drinks reception from 7.30pm in the Gavin de Beer room, Anatomy Building

Lecture 8pm in the J.Z. Young lecture theatre

University College London, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT

(entrances on Gower Street just south of UCL main gate)

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