In this episode of the Ottoman History Podcast from July 2019, Chris Gratien speaks with Devi Mays about the history of the modern Sephardi diaspora in the Americas, with a particular focus on its relationship to the history of Mexico.
Footage from the opening remarks and first panel of the inaugural Latin East conference, held at New York University in April 2018.
Footage from the second panel of our 2018 conference, titled “Political Parallels and Economic Intersections.”
Footage from the third panel of our inaugural conference, titled “Mapping Solidarities.”
The fourth panel of the conference took place on April 28. Moderated by NACLA’s Laura Weiss, the final panel reviewed solidarity ties between the Middle East and Latin America in the new Global South.
Since its first broadcast in 2011, the Ottoman History Podcast has grown to be one of the largest digital resources for academic discussion concerning the Ottoman Empire and the modern Middle East. In this episode, from March 2018, Ella Fratantuono speaks with Lily Pearl Balloffet about the history of the over 100,000 Arabic-speaking immigrants who settled in Argentina during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.