IV Colóquio Internacional Diálogos Luso-sefarditas: Call for papers

Instituto Politécnico de Tomar | 24-25 Novembro 2022

Encontra-se aberto o call for papers para o IV Colóquio Internacional Diálogos Luso-sefarditas. As propostas podem ser submetidas até ao próximo dia 1 de Outubro em:


WSD Talks

13 Julho | 18h00 (GMT) via Zoom

"Facilitating Digital Scholarship at the Center for Jewish History", com Rachel Miller (Chief of Archive & Library Services), Eric Fritzler (Senior Manager for Metadata & Discovery), Sarah Hopley (Senior Manager for Collection Services) e Lauren Gilbert (Senior Manager for Public Services)


Conferência Alberto Benveniste 2022

28 Junho, 17h30 (GMT) | Via Zoom

Manuel Fernández Chaves (Universidad de Sevilla), "Un Atlántico de ida y vuelta: negocios y redes familiares portuguesas de Sevilla, siglo XVI"


Nova edição apoiada pela CESAB

Carla Vieira, Nação entre Impérios: Judeus Portugueses e a Aliança Luso-Britânica (Século XVIII). Famalicão: Húmus Editora, 2022. 321 pp.

Já se encontra disponível para venda o novo livro de Carla Vieira. Para adquirir o seu exemplar, basta enviar-nos uma mensagem para



The Alberto Benveniste Library is located at the Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa. Our collections are available on site and by appointment only. If you wish to visit us, please contact us via the e-mail address to book your visit.

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Cadernos de Estudos Sefarditas is a biannual peer-reviewed journal, which is indexed to the international databases Latindex, Qualis/CAPES, WorldCat and Atla Religion Database.

Usque is a name that invokes the diaspora. Samuel, the author of Consolation for the Tribulations of Israel. Abraham, the printer of this masterpiece of Sephardic culture in exile that has become an inspiration. The Usque Collection is a CESAB editorial project dedicated to the critical edition of sources that are key to the knowledge of the multifaceted Sephardic Diaspora.

The Monographic Series Alberto Benveniste publishes monographs on the Sephardic diaspora, the Iberian Jewish communities, and other related subjects, as well as collective works resulting from the scientific activities organised by CESAB or in partnership with other research centres in Portugal and abroad.

The CESAB newsletter is an information bulletin about the activities and projects developed by the Cátedra de Estudos Sefarditas Alberto Benveniste. In its pages, we also publicise the most recent editions, as well as the initiatives in which the researchers of the centre took part or organised.



Roots: The Portuguese background of the America's Sephardic elites

Roots is an online platform that aims to share materials and working tools (primary sources, bibliographies, biographical notes, finding aids, genealogies, etc.) related to Portuguese Jewish families who moved to Colonial North America in the 17th and 18th centuries.

Monções Project

The Monções project – New Christians, Jews and those convicted of Judaism by the Inquisition of Goa – seeks to recover the identity and history of the defendants tried by the tribunal of the Holy Office of Goa for behaviours associated with Judaism.

Praying to the God of Israel Project

The project “Praying to the God of Israel according to the Portuguese Tradition (16th – 18th centuries)” intends to identify, publish and analyse manuscript prayer books (siddurim) of a clandestine nature and belonging to the Portuguese-Jewish tradition, preserved within processes or other inquisitorial documentation.

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Cátedra de Estudos Sefarditas Alberto Benveniste

Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa
Alameda da Universidade 1600-214 Lisboa
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