Efraim Zadoff

Efraim Zadoff, an independent scholar expert in Jewish history in modern Latin America, is co-editor on Latin American Jewry of the new edition of the Encyclopaedia Judaica. He received an M.A. from the Institute of Contemporary Jewry of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and a Ph.D. from Tel Aviv University. He is a member of AMILAT – Research Association of Latin American Jewry and co-editor of Judaica Latinoamericana. He is the editor and publisher of Enciclopedia de la historia y la cultura del pueblo judío (1998) and SHOÁ – Enciclopedia del Holocausto (2004), both in Spanish. He is a promoter and researcher of the Israel Commission on the Jewish Disappeared in Argentina and editor of its website.

Articles by this author

Argentina: Jewish Education

The Jews who arrived in Argentina in the first waves of immigration at the end of the nineteenth century were as concerned about their children’s education as about earning a livelihood and organizing their community.

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