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  • Beinart, Haim "Los conversos en España entre los siglos 16 y 18" en Moreset Sefarad: El legado de Sefarad, Jerusalén, Editorial Magnes-Universidad Hebrea, 1993, vol. II, pp. 44-68. Ver
  • Beinart, Haim "Castilian Jewry and Its Fate in the First Generation after the Expulsion" en Ephraim Hazan y Joseph Yahalom (eds.), Studies in Hebrew Poetry and Jewish Heritage. In Memory of Aharon Mirsky, Ramat Gan, Bar Ilan University Press, 2006, pp. 447-454 Ver
  • Beinart, Haim (ed.) Moreset Sefarad: El legado de Sefarad Jerusalén, Editorial Magnes-Universidad Hebrea, 1993, 2 vols. Ver
  • Beinart, Haim, ed. Moreshet Sepharad: The Sephardi Legacy Jerusalén, The Magnes Press-The Hebrew University, 1992. Ver
  • Bejarano, Margalit "L'intégration des Sépharades en Amérique latine. Le cas des communautés de Buenos Aires et de La Havane" Mémoires Juives d'Espagne et du Portugal, Esther Benbassa (ed.), París, Publisud, 1996, pp. 207-222. Ver
  • Bejarano, Margalit “Estambul – La Habana – Miami: continuidad y transición en la herencia sefardí” en El legado de Sefarad en la historia y la literatura de América Latina, España, Portugal y Alemania, Norbert Rehrmann (comp.), Salamanca, Amarú, 2003, pp. 35-48 Ver
  • Bejarano, Margalit y Edna Aizenberg, eds. Contemporary Sephardic Identity in the Americas. An Interdisciplinary Approach Syracuse, New York, Syracuse University Press, 2012 Ver
  • Bel Bravo, Mª Antonia "Aproximación bibliográfica a los estudios de historia de los sefardíes" Hispania Sacra 45 (1993), pp. 103-110. Ver
  • Bel Bravo, Mª Antonia Sefarad, los judíos de España Madrid, Sílex, 2006. Ver
  • Bel Bravo, Mª Antonia (ed.) Diáspora sefardí Madrid, Mapfre, 1992. Ver
  • Bellaïche Cohen, Annie "A Paris, en 1864, un journal judéo-espagnol: El Verdadero Progreso Israelita" en Sánchez, Rosa y Marie-Christine Bornes Varol (eds.), La presse judéo espagnole, support et vecteur de la modernité, Istanbul, Libra Kitap, 2013, pp. 37-52 Ver
  • Bellaïche-Cohen, Annie Ezra Benveniste (1827-1899). Pionnier du Journalisme Judéo-Espagnol Istanbul, Libra, 2015 Ver
  • Ben Na’eh, Yaron “Hebrew Printing Houses in the Ottoman Empire” en Jewish Journalism and Printing Houses in the Ottoman Empire and Modern Turkey, Gad Nassi (ed.), Istambul, Isis, 2001, pp. 73-96. Ver
  • Ben-Ami, Issachar "Customs of Pregnacy and Childbirth among Sephardic and Oriental Jews" en New Horizons in Sephardic Studies, Albany, State University of New York Press, 1993, pp. 253-268. Ver
  • Ben-Ami, Issachar, ed. The Sepharadi and Oriental Jewish Heritage Jerusalén, The Magnes Press-The Hebrew University, 1982. Ver
  • Ben-Amos, Dan Folktales of the Jews. Vol. 1: Tales from the Sephardic Dispersion Philadelphia, The Jewish Publication Society, 2006. Ver
  • Ben-Cnaan, Rachel y Ravit Raufman “Cursed by Magic Spell, Cured by Silence: a Discussion on the Functions of Speech and Silence in the Sephardic Version ‘The Sister WhoTurned Her Brothers into Goats’ and Its Grimm Parallel ‘The Twelve Brothers’” El Prezente: Studies in Sephardic Culture 5 (2011), pp. 139-157 Ver
  • Ben-Rubi, Itzhak "Don Quijote y los judíos sefarditas" Anales Cervantinos II (1952), pp. 255-289. Ver
  • Ben-Sasson, H. (ed.) Historia del pueblo judío Madrid, Alianza, 1988, 3 vols. Ver
  • Ben-Ur, Aviva “The Judeo-Spanish (Ladino) Press in the United States, 1910–1948” en Multilingual America: Transnationalism, Ethnicity, and the Languages of American Literature, Werner Sollors (ed.), New York, New York University Press, 1998, pp. 64-78. Ver
  • Ben-Ur, Aviva "In search of the American Ladino press: a bibliographical survey, 1910-1948" Studies in Bibliography and Booklore 21 (2001), pp. 10-52. Ver
  • Ben-Ur, Aviva “In Search of the American Ladino press: A bibliographical survey, 1910-1948” Neue Romania 28 (2003)(=Judenspanisch VII), pp. 177-234 Ver
  • Ben-Ur, Aviva "Embracing the Hispanic: Jews, Puerto Ricans and Spaniards in Immigrant New York (1880-1950)" en Mary G. Berg y Lanin A. Gyurko, Studies in Honor of Denah Lida, Potomac, Maryland, 2005, pp. 403-413 (= Scripta Humanistica 153) Ver
  • Ben-Ur, Aviva Sephardic Jews in America. A Diasporic History New York & London: New York University Press, 2009. Ver
  • Ben-Ur, Aviva “Ladino (Judeo-Spanish) Press in the United States” en Jewish Women Archive-JWA. Jewish Women. A comprehensive Historical Encyclopedia, Ver
  • Ben-Ur, Aviva "Jerusalem on the Riverside: Jewish Political Autonomy in the Caribbean" en Studemund-Halévy, Michael (ed.), A Sefardic Pepper-Pot in the Caribbean. History, Language, Literature, and Art, Barcelona, Tirocinio, 2016, pp. 30-54 Ver
  • Ben-Ya’akov, Avraham “The Bulgarian Jewish Community 1879-1950: a Model of Zionist Fulfillment” Shvut 6 (22), (1997), pp.184-205. Ver
  • Benabu, Isaac “Jewish Languages and Life after Death: Traces of Haketía among the Jews of Gibraltar” El Prezente. Studies in Sephardic Culture 2 (2008), pp. 243-252. Ver

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