Max Modiano Daniel

Max Modiano Daniel is a PhD candidate in History at UCLA and is currently writing his dissertation, A Sephardic Century: The Transnational Entanglements of a Los Angeles Community, 1893-1992. He was the 2018-2019 Rabbi Joachim Prinz Memorial Fellow at the American Jewish Archives in Cincinnati, Ohio. He was formerly co-director of ucLadino and a researcher for the Sephardic Archive Initiative at the UCLA Alan D. Leve Center for Jewish Studies. His research will be featured in an upcoming book published by Brandeis University Press, as well in American Jewish History.

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Sephardi and Mizrahi Women in the United States

Jewish women with roots in medieval Spain, North Africa, and the Middle East have been part of American life since the sixteenth century. From the conversas who arrived in 1654, through the immigrants from around the world who arrived in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, through more recent immigrants and their descendants, Sephardi and Mizrahi women have played important roles in their own communities, in the broader Jewish world, and in the wider American society.


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