This second volume of studies on the Jewish community of Aleppo contains one article in English and eleven articles in Hebrew. Contents: Separate but Enmeshed: Jewish Familial Practices in the Context of Majority Muslim Culture / Deena Pinson Birnbaum (English); The Jews of Aleppo: Between East and West / Yom Tov Assis; Aleppo as Seen by Jews from Spain in the Middle Ages / Joseph Yahalom; Prolegomenon to the Study of the Sharh from Aleppo / Nahem Ilan; Three Private â€œLibrariesâ€ of Sages from Aleppo / Michael Riegler; One Scholar in a City of Writers and Scholars: A Glimpse at the Life of Rabbi Gabriel Ashkenazi and His Library / Hagit Ofran; The Political and Social Status of the Jews of Aleppo, 1517â€"1800 / Leah Bornstein-Makovetsky; Light and Shade in the Zionist Activity of the Community of Aleppo / Nachum Menachem; A â€œMidrashâ€ from Aleppo in Jerusalem: The History of Midrash Zekhut Aharon Silvera in the Mahaneh Yehudah Neighborhood of Jerusalem / Reuven Gafni; The Tawshish Tradition in the Aleppo-Jerusalem Liturgical Poetry of the Twentieth Century and the Beginning of the Twenty-First / Komiko Yayama; Spanish and Portuguese-speaking Jews from Aleppo in Latin America / Margalit Bejarano; An Artscroll Created Aleppo in Its Image: Aleppo as an Ultra-Orthodox Community in the Book Aleppo City of Scholars / Zvi Zohar
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