I have just adding the following sources to the ‘Links to Lectures, Podcasts and Blogs’ page, which are taken from Jewish Women’s Archive online encyclopaedia. As many know, the bread and butter of my research interests is the role that gender played within medieval Anglo-Jewry, so I find this to be a particularly important resource – not just for medieval sources (and one can certainly spend the day, as I have done in the past, flicking through its online encyclopaedia).
Elisheva Baumgarten, ‘Medieval Ashkenaz (1096-1348)’, Jewish Women’s Archive, online encyclopedia, available online at http://jwa.org/encyclopedia/article/medieval-ashkenaz-1096-1348 accessed on 5 June 2016.
[Not specifically about England but provides good level of European context.]
Cheryl Tallan and Suzanne Bartlet, ‘Licoricia of Winchester’, Jewish Women’s Archive, online encyclopedia, available online at http://jwa.org/encyclopedia/article/licoricia-of-winchester accessed on 5 June 2016.
[As people who who know me will know, Licorica is one of my favourite women from history and this provides a good introduction to her life.]
Cheryl Tallan and Emily Taitz, ‘Entrepreneurs’, Jewish Women’s Archive, online encyclopaedia, available online at http://jwa.org/encyclopedia/article/entrepreneurs accessed on 5 June 2016.
[Not specifically about England but provides good level of European context with an entry relating to Licoricia of Winchester.]