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England’s Medieval Jewish Communities: Day II, Teaching Jewish History

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This two-day event aims to bring together, and carve the future of, the field of medieval Anglo-Jewish History.

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Day II: Teaching Medieval Jewish History

13:30-13:40 Welcome / Introduction to Aims of Event (Dr Rebecca Searby, York)

13:40-14:00 The History of England’s Medieval Communities: An Overview (Dr Richard Huscroft, Westminster)

14:00-14:10 Break

14:10-15:10 Panel 1: Teaching Key Events

Workshop I: The Massacre at York, c. 1190 (Dr Rebecca Searby, York)

Workshop II: The Expulsion of Jews, c. 1290 (Dean Irwin)

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15:10-15:20 Break

15:20-16:20 Panel 2: Working with Medieval Sources

Workshop I: Literary Accounts (Prof. Miri Rubin, Queen Mary)

Workshop II: Administrative Records (Dr Sean Cunningham, The National Archives)

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16:20-16:30 Break

16:30-17:30 Panel 3: Local Studies

Workshop I: Walking Tours (Dr Toni Griffiths, Southampton)

Workshop II: Synagogues and Sites (Esther Robinson Wild, York)

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17:30-17:40 Break

17:40-18:00 The Future of the Teaching Medieval Jewish History: Final Remarks and Questions (Led by Dr Rebecca Searby and Dean Irwin)

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