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Secret Judaism and the Spanish Inquisition by Michael Alpert

From the end of the fifteenth century until the eighteenth century Spanish Jews carried on Jewish practices in the shadow of the Inquisition. Those caught were forced to recant or be burnt at the stake in public “autos de fe”. This book describes the private lives of these secret Jews, drawing on their confessions and trial documents. This paperback edition covers the survival of Jewish practices into modern times in Portugal and Spain, where families descended from “conversos” (Christian converts) still carry out long-hidden Jewish traditions.


Anussim of Portugal, The

Listing from www.sephardicgen.com/portugal


BARROS BASTO, CAPTAIN
THE APOSTLE OF THE MARRANOS

From Saudades - Portuguese Spanish history site by Inacio Steinhardt

Belmonte Jews
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


Wikipedia summary and links

Bevis Marks Synagogue

The oldest synagogue in the UK (Safardi).

Founded in 1701 it is located in Central London.


Casa-Shalom

Casa-Shalom, the Institute for Marrano-Anusim Studies studies in Israel collects material on individual and collective secret Jews from all over the world: including the Jews of Meshed, Ireland, Sao Tome, New Mexico, South America, Cuba and other Caribbean islands, Spain, Portugal and the Balearic Islands.
 

Crypto-Judaic Studies, Society for

The Society for Crypto-Judaic Studies was founded in 1991 in order to foster research and networking of information into the historical and contemporary development of crypto Jews of Iberian origin
 

eSefarad

Argentinian Safaradi site

Hakeillah

Portuguese site of Jewish links

Hebrew University

The Dinur Center for Research in Jewish History

Holocaust, A Call to Conscience

Excellent historical and current issue site

Inacio Steinhardt's Home Page

Has many crypto-Jewish links

Jewish History Tour, The Virtual  - Portugal

Brief summary of Portuguese Jewish history by Rebecca Weiner

Jewish History Sourcebook, Internet
 

From Fordham University, The Jesuit University of New York

Jewish Historical Society, The
 

The oldest historical society in Europe, founded in 1893.  Based in London with other centres.  Has lectures and publishes biennial transactions known as Jewish Historical Studies

Jewish Virtual Library, The
 

Cyber encyclopedia of Jewish history and culture that covers everything from anti-Semitism to Zionism. It includes a glossary, bibliography of web sites

Jewish History Tour, The Virtual  - Portugal  by Rebecca Weiner

Brief summary of Portuguese Jewish history

Journal of Spanish, Portuguese and Italian Crypto Jews


Journal published annually by the School of International and Public Affairs at Florida International University, Miami, Florida, U.S.A. to encourage and publicize scholarly research about the crypto Jews of Spain, Portugal, and Italy

Kulanu




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A network of people with a variety of backgrounds and religious practices. They do not proselytize: groups and individuals ask for their help; they do not seek them out.

Kulanu works in Uganda, Ghana, India, Latin America and other places to help dispersed remnants of the Jewish people. See the full list of groups we support on our Communities page.

Ladina Blog

Reports and pictures of local events

Marrano-Anusim Studies, Israel Institute for

One of the worlds leading research centres, Gan Yavneh, Israel

Maven Synagogue Site

One of the worlds leading research centres, Gan Yavneh, Israel

Porto, Communidad Israelita da Porto


Porto community website

Sephardim.com

This site is a research tool for Sephardic and Jewish genealogy. It also covers many facets of Sephardic culture

Shavei Israel
Formerly known as Amishav

Shavei Israel (Hebrew: שבי ישראל‎, Israel returns) is an Israeli-based Jewish organization that locates "lost Jews" and assists them in returning (Hebrew "teshuva" תשובה) to Judaism. The organization, founded by Michael Freund, is a team of academics, educators and rabbinical figures.

Spain in the Second Half of the Fifteenth Century, Jews in

From the Jewish Encyclopaedia

Society for Crypto Judaic Studies

Research into the historical and contemporary development of crypto–Jews of Iberian origin. Provides a venue for the descendants of crypto–Jews, scholars, and other interested parties to network and discuss pertinent issues.

Stories, Personal  of people who have rediscovered their Jewish heritage

From the Society for Crypto Judaic Studies

Tarbut Sefarad

Home site of the Spanish Tarbut (cultural) clubs