“Crypto-Jewish practices of a conversa in fifteenth-century Majorca: the proceso and prayers of Esclaramuna Pardo”
Natalie Oeltjen has been the Assistant to the Director at The Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies since August 2013. She completed her doctorate in January 2012 at the University of Toronto’s Centre for Medieval Studies, with a minor in the collaborative Jewish Studies program. Following her defense she was a Lady Davis postdoctoral fellow at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Natalie’s dissertation and journal publications focus on the conversos of Majorca from 1391-1420, but her interests extend to Jews and conversos, and cross-cultural encounter across the Mediterranean and Hispanic worlds through the early modern period.
This is an academic and general public lecture to which all are invited.