Economy, Crisis and the Jews
Plagues in Historical Perspective
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21.6.20
17:00
Plagues in Historical Perspective
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Economy, Crisis and the Jews

Evidence from Before and After the Black Death

Nureet Dermer and Aviya Doron, moderated by Dr. Neta Bodner


Economic interactions persisted during and after the Black Death. Characterized by everyday relationships between Jews and Christians, this lecture presents an overview of Jews in the economy before, during, and after the disruption of the pandemic in two major European cities: Paris and Frankfurt. It will focus on perceptions of Jews as foreigners and on changing population structures resulting from the Black Death, in order to demonstrate the intersection of society and economy through financial administrative documents.

 

Nureet Dermer is a doctoral candidate studying the economic and social relationships between Jews and Christians in medieval Paris, during the fourteenth century repeated expulsions from France.

 

Aviya Doron is a doctoral candidate studying the economic relationships between Jews and Christians in medieval Germany, examining questions of risk and trust. 

 

 

 

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Evidence from Before and After the Black Death: Economy, Crisis and the Jews.
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