Spaghetti kashrut: the lives and deeds of Italian Jews
Rossella Tercatin /Italy
Many people know that there were Jews living in Italy 2,000 years ago. Not that many know that Jews still live in Italy today in small but thriving communities, whose origin traces back to the time of the Romans. This session will explore the life of Italian Jews, their traditions, and their essential role in the society.
Rossella Tercatin is an Italian journalist currently based in Jerusalem. She is an editor at the Italian Jewish paper Pagine Ebraiche and a regular contributor to the major Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera. Her articles have appeared in The Times of Israel, The Jerusalem Post, The Jewish Chronicle, The Forward.