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Touring the Invisible: The Public Recovery of England’s Medieval Jewish History

By Toni Griffiths

One of the main challenges facing the public representation of medieval Jewish history in England is the lack of tangible evidence. In this essay, Toni Griffiths, a PhD student at Winchester University, provides insight into recent efforts to overcome this issue through the creation of a Medieval Jewish Trail in Winchester, where Jews thrived from the 12th century until their expulsion from England in 1290. She demonstrates the complexities faced by a city struggling to remember its medieval Jewish history.

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