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Beverly Mizrachi

Beverly Mizrachi is a lecturer in sociology at Ashkelon Academic College. Her research and publications reflect her interest in social stratification, gender, and immigration and absorption. She co-edited Immigrants in Israel with Moshe Lissak.

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Morocco: Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries

The Moroccan Jewish community was the largest Jewish community in North Africa during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The status of Moroccan Jewish women was affected by a variety of factors, including a patriarchal order and social changes brought about by economic development, urbanization, and contact with European countries.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Beverly Mizrachi." (Viewed on May 29, 2023) <>.


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