This essay provides a concluding summary of the volume as a whole, showing how it breaks down into historical and theoretical/methodological components and considering the ways in which the volume pushes forward our understanding of Salonican Jewish history by revealing it to be at once a Jewish history, an Ottoman history, and an urban history. In addition to providing a brief summary of each of the contributions to the volume, it aims to synthesize their collective impact by situating the volume as whole within the varied historiographies that to date have considered the history of Salonica’s Jews.
- Salonican Jewish historiography
- Salonican Jews
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Cultural Studies