Auteur : Robin Buller

Cafés as Sites of Migrant Knowledge Exchange: The Case of Ottoman Jews in Interwar Paris

During the interwar period and much of World War II, the Parisian café Le Bosphore served as a focal point of sociability and knowledge exchange for Sephardi Jews from the former Ottoman Empire.

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