Books

 

 

Authored Books (Published)

 

1

Minna Rozen, The Ruins of Jerusalem — A History of Jerusalem under the Government of Muhammed Ibn Farrukh, (Edited and annotated by Minna Rozen) University of Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv 1981, 207p. (Hebrew)

2

Minna Rozen, The Jewish Community of Jerusalem in the Seventeenth Century, Tel Aviv University and the Ministry of Defense-Publishing House, Tel Aviv 1984, 625p. (Hebrew)

3

Minna Rozen, Beniamin Abendana, His Wanderings and Adventures in Italy and the Levant as Related by Francesco da Serino, University of Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv 1985, 113p. (Hebrew)

4

Minna Rozen, Jewish Identity and Society in the 17th Century: Reflections on the Life and Works of Refael Mordekhai Malki, J.C.B. Mohr (Paul Siebeck), Tübingen 1992, 220p.

5

Minna Rozen, In the Mediterranean Routes, the Jewish — Spanish Diaspora from the Sixteenth to Eighteenth Centuries, University of Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv 1993, 200p. (Hebrew)

6

Minna Rozen, Hasköy Cemetery: Typology of Stones, Tel Aviv University and The Center for Judaic Studies, University of Pennsylvania, Tel Aviv 1994, 400pp.

7

Minna Rozen, A History of The Jewish Community of Istanbul —The Formative Years (1453–1566)  Brill, Leiden ,2002, 413  pp.

 

        Second edition 2010.

A Turkish translation by ê Bankasi , Istanbul 2010.

8.

Minna Rozen, The Last Ottoman Century and Beyond : The Jews of Turkey and the Balkans ,1808–1945 , vol.1, Tel Aviv: Goren-Goldstein Diaspora Research Center, TAU ,2005, 500 pp.

9.

 Minna Rozen, A Journey Through Civilizations: Chapters in the History of Istanbul Jewry, 1453-1923 , Turnhaut: Brepols Publishers, 2015, 520 pp.

 

10.

Minna Rozen, The Mediterranean in the Seventeenth Century: Captives, Pirates, and Ransomers at the Juncture Between Religion, Politics, Economics, and Society, Palermo: Quaderni – Mediterranea - ricerche storiche, 2016. 160 pp.

 

 

 

 

Edited Books (Published)

1

Minna Rozen (ed.), The Days of the Crescent — Chapters in the History of The Jews in the Ottoman Empire, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv 1996, 412pp. (Hebrew)

2

Dina Porat, Anita Shapira and Minna Rozen, eds., Daniel Carpi’s Jubilee Book, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv 1996, 491pp. (Hebrew, English and Italian)

3

Y. Nini, S. Simonsohn and M. Rozen, eds., Michael,, 14, History of the Jews in the Muslim Lands, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv 1997,  334pp. (Hebrew and English)

4

Minna Rozen, ed., The Last Ottoman Century and Beyond: The Jews of Turkey and the Balkans ,1808–1945 , vol.2, Tel Aviv, Goren-Goldstein Diaspora Research Center, TAU, 2002

5

Minna Rozen, ed., Homelands and Diasporas: Greeks , Jews, and Their Migrations London: Tauris, 2008

 

 

Articles in Refereed Journals

 

1

Minna Rozen, “La communauté d’Alger — Centre de collecte de fonds pour la Terre Sainte en Afrique du Nord, au XVIIe siècle”,  Michael, V (1978),  pp. 243-256 (Hebrew)

2

Minna Rozen, “The Incident of the Converted Boy — A Chapter in the History of Jews in Seventeenth Century Jerusalem”, Cathedra, 14, (January 1980),  pp. 65-80 (Hebrew)

3

Minna Rozen, “The Position of the Musta’rabs in the Inter-community Relationships in Eretz Israel from the End of the 15th Century to the End of the 17th Century”, Cathedra, 17 (October 1980) pp. 73-101 (Hebrew)

4

Minna Rozen “Archives of the Marseilles Chamber of Commerce —  A Source for the History of Jewish Communities in the Levant and in North Africa”, Pe’amim, 9 (1981), pp. 112-124 (Hebrew)

5

Minna Rozen, “Influencial Jews in the Sultan’s Court in Istanbul in Support of Jerusalem Jewry in the 17th Century”, Michael, VII (1981),  pp. 394-430 (Hebrew)

6

Minna Rozen, “The Naqib Al-Ashraf Mutiny in Jerusalem (1702–1706) and Its Impact on the Dhimmis”, Cathedra, 22 (January 1982), pp. 75-90 (Hebrew)
“The Naqib Al-Ashraf Rebellion in Jerusalem and its Repercussions on the City’s Dhimmis”, Asian and African Studies, 18/2 (November 1984), pp. 249-270

7

Minna Rozen, “Jews in the Service of Fahr ed-din II of Lebanon (1586–1635)”, Pe’amim, 14 (1982), pp. 32-44 (Hebrew)

8

Minna Rozen “Les Marchands Juifs livournais à Tunis et le commerce avec Marseille à la fin du XVIIe siècle”, Michael, 9 (1985), pp. 87-129

9

Minna Rozen, “Contest and Rivalry in Mediterranean Maritime Commerce in the First Half of the 18th Century: The Jews of Salonika and the European Presence”, Revue des Études Juives, CXLVII (1988), pp. 309-352

10

Minna Rozen & Eliezer Witztum, “The Dark Mirror of the Soul: Dreams of a Jewish Physician in Jerusalem at the End of the 17th Century”, Revue des Études Juives, CLI, (1992), pp. 5-42

11

Minna Rozen, “A Survey of Jewish Cemeteries in Western Turkey”, Jewish Quarterly Revue, LXXXIII (1992), pp. 71-125

12

Minna Rozen, “Collective Memories and Group Boundaries: The Judeo-Spanish Diaspora between the Lands of Christendom and the World of Islam”, Michael, 14 (eds., Y. Nini, S. Simonsohn and M. Rozen) (1997), pp. 35-52

13

Minna Rozen, “Public Space and Private Space among the Jews of Istanbul during the 16th through 17th Centuries”, Turcica, 30 (1998): 331-346

14

Minna Rozen  “ Boatmen and Fishermen`s Guilds in 19th Century Istanbul”,  MHR, 15 (2000): 72-93

15

Minna Rozen ,”Armenia, Armenia”:  Review article on Yair Oron `s    The Banality of Indifference (in Hebrew), and Vhakan Dadrian `s The Armenian Genocide in Historiyah (The journal of the Israeli Historical Society),10(2002),pp.35-90.

16

Minna Rozen, “Trends in the Study of Oriental Jewry” (in Hebrew), Pe`amim 93 (2002),pp. 8-38.

17

Minna Rozen, "Jews and Greeks Remember their Past: The Political Career of Rabbi Tzevi Koretz, 1933-1943" to appear in  Jewish Social Studies, 12/1(2005),pp. 111-165.

18

Minna Rozen, “A Pound of Flesh: Meat Trade and Social Conflict among the Jews of Istanbul, 1700-1918”(in Hebrew), Pe‘amim 105-106 (2006): 83-126 [ do not resemble the English paper by that name]

19

Minna Rozen, “A Pound of Flesh: Meat Trade and Social Conflict among the Jews of Istanbul, 1700-1923” in Crafts and Craftsmen  in the Ottoman Empire,edited by Surayia Faroqhi and Rendi Deguilhem, London:Tauris,2005,pp. 195-234.

20

Minna Rozen, "The Trust of Lady Khrisula of Istanbul: Urban Reality and  Dynastic Continuity" Turkish Studies Association Journal  28.1-2 (2004): 29–80.

21

Minna Rozen, "The Hamidian Period through the Jewish Looking Glass: A Study of the  Rabbinical Court Records of Istanbul" , Turcica ,37( 2005) ,pp.113-154.

22.

Minna Rozen, "The Jewish Community of Salonika,1912–1941: Organizational Patterns ,"  Αρχείων Ανάλεκτα:Περιοδική έκδοση μελέτης και έρευνας αρχείων(δεύτερη περίοδος), 1(Θεσσαλονίκη 2016), pp. 306-367.

 

23.

Minna Rozen, "Money, Power, Politics and the Great Salonika Fire of 1917," Jewish Social Studies Vol. 22, No. 2 (Winter 2017), pp. 74-115.

24.

Minna Rozen, "For the Sake of My Brothers:The Great Fire of Salonika (1917) and the Mobilization of Diaspora Jewry on Behalf of the Victims," in Αρχείων Ανάλεκτα:Περιοδική έκδοση μελέτης και έρευνας αρχείων(δεύτερη περίοδος), 2(Θεσσαλονίκη 2017), pp. 183-258.

25.

Minna Rozen, "The Death of Precious Women: The Tombstones of Upper-Class Jewish Women in Eighteenth-Century Istanbul," (in Hebrew) Peʽamim 150 (2017), pp. 163-220.

26.

Minna Rozen, "The Jewish guilds in Istanbul in the last Ottoman century (1833–1920), " Archivum Ottomanicum 34 (2017), pp. 205-220.

27.

Minna Rozen Jamila arabun and Her Two Husbands :On Betrothal and Marriage among Ottoman Jews in Sixteenth-century Salonika," Journal of Family History , Article first published online: May 2, 2018

https://doi.org/10.1177/0363199018766876

 

 

Papers in Books (Published)

 

1

Minna Rozen, “On the Relationship between the Jewish Communities of Jerusalem and Safed in the Seventeenth Century”, Jerusalem in the early Ottoman Period (ed. Amnon Cohen), Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi (Jerusalem 1979), pp. 152­-195 (Hebrew)

2

Minna Rozen, “The Fattoria — A Chapter in the History of Mediterranean Commerce in the 16th and 17th Centuries”, Miqqedom Umiyyam: Studies in the Jewry of Islamic Countries, University of Haifa, Haifa 1981, pp. 101-132 (Hebrew)

3

Minna Rozen, “The Jewish Settlement in Eretz-Yisrael on the Eve of Modern Times (1516–1804)” The History of EretzYisrael, vol. 7, Under The Mamluks and the Ottomans (ed. A. Cohen), Ben Zvi Institute and Keter Publishing House, Jerusalem 1981, pp. 199-274

4

Minna Rozen, “The Relations between Egyptian Jewry and the Jewish Community of Jerusalem in the 17th Century”, Egypt and Palestine, A Millennium of Association (868­–1948), (eds. A. Cohen & G. Baer), Ben Zvi & St. Martin’s Press, Jerusalem 1984, pp. 251-265

5

Minna Rozen, “France and the Jews of Egypt: An Anatomy of Relations, 1683–1801”, The Jews in Ottoman Egypt (1517­–1914) (ed. Jacob M. Landau), Misgav Yerushalaim, Jerusalem 1988, pp. 421-470 (Hebrew)

6

Minna Rozen, “Strangers in a Strange Land — The Extraterritorial Status of Jews in Italy and the Ottoman Empire in the 16th to the 18th Centuries”, Ottoman and Turkish Jewry: Community and Leadership (ed. A. Rodrigue), Indiana University Press, Bloomington IN, 1992, pp. 123-166

7

Minna Rozen, “La vie économique des juifs du bassin méditerranéen de l’expulsion d’Espagne (1492) à la fin du XVIIIe siècle”, La Société juive à travers les âges (ed. S. Trigano), Librairie Arthème Fayard, Paris 1993, 84p.

8

Minna Rozen, “The Self-Definition of Iberian Jews in the Ottoman Empire in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries” in Minna Rozen, In the Mediterranean Routes: The Jewish-Spanish Diaspora from the Sixteenth to Eighteenth Centuries, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv 1993, pp. 5-23 (Hebrew)

9

Minna Rozen, “Individual and Community in Jewish Society of the Ottoman Empire: Salonika in the 16th Century”, The Jews of the Ottoman Empire, (ed. A. Levi), Darwin Press, Princeton NJ. 1994, pp. 215-274

10

Minna Rozen, “The Corvée of Operating the Mines in Siderakapısı and Its     Effects on the       Jewish Community in Thessaloniki in the 16th Century” in M. Rozen, ed., The Days of the Crescent — Chapters in the History of the Jews in the Ottoman Period,, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv 1996,  pp. 13-38 (Hebrew) 

11

Minna Rozen, “The Cycle of Life and the meaning of Old Age in the Ottoman Period”, in Daniel Carpi Jubilee Book, (eds., A. Shapira, D. Porat and M. Rozen) Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv 1996, pp. 109-179

12

Minna Rozen, “Classical Echoes in Ottoman Istanbul,” Hellenic and Jewish Arts  (ed. A. Ovadiah), Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv 1998, pp. 393-430

13

Minna Rozen, “Pedigree Remembered, Recovered, Invented: Benjamin Disraeli between East and West,” The Jewish Discovery of Islam (ed. M. Kramer) Tel Aviv University, pp.  49-75

14

Minna Rozen, “The Archives of the Salonika Community as a Key to the Economic Life of the Jews of Salonika between the Two World Wars — Desiderata, Possibilities and Constraints” in A. Dagas and H. Antoniadis Bibicou (eds.), Occupations professionelles, production-commerce, vie sociale à Thessaloniki, 18e –20e siècles (Salonika 1998), pp. 121-126

15

Minna Rozen and Benjamin Arbel,”Great Fire in the Metropolis: The Case of the Istanbul Conflagration of 1569 and its Description by Marcantonio Barbara” in Mamluk and Ottoman societies : studies in honour of Michael Winter,edited by David Wasserstein and Ami Ayalon , New York:Routledge,2005,pp. 134-163.

16

Minna Rozen, “The Jews of the Ottoman Empire in the seventeenth and eighteenth Centuries” in The Cambridge History of Turkey,Volume 3, The Later Ottoman Empire, 1603–1839, Edited by Suraiya N. Faroqhi, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006, pp.265-272.

17

Minna Rozen, “Metropolis and necropolis: the cultivation of social status among the Jews of Istanbul in the 17th and 18th Centuries,” in V. Costantini and M. Koller (eds.), Living in the Ottoman Ecumenical Community. Essays in honour of Suraiya Faroqhi, Leiden-Boston 2008, pp. 89-114.

18

Minna Rozen, “People of the Book, People of the Sea: Mirror Images of the Soul” in Idem, Homelands and Diasporas: Greeks, Jews and Their Migrations(London: Tauris, 2008), 35-81.

19

Minna. Rozen, ”Preface,” in Idem, Homelands and Diasporas: Greeks ,Jews and Their Migrations (London: Tauris, 2008), 21-32.

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21

Minna Rozen, "Of Orphans, Marriage, and Money: Mating Patterns of Istanbul’s Jews in the Early Nineteenth Century," in Eyal Ginio and Elie Podeh, eds., The Ottoman Middle East: Studies in Honor of Amnon Cohen (Leiden-Boston: Brill,2014),pp.149-176.

 

Minna Rozen, "Romans in Istanbul", in Stefan Reif, Avriel Bar-Levav and Andreas Lehnardt, eds., Death in Jewish Life: Burial and Mourning Customs among Jews of Europe and Nearby Communities (Berlin: Walter de Gruyter GmbH), 2014 pp. 289-358.

22

Minna Rozen, "The Organization of the Jewish Community of Salonika 1912-1941," (in Hebrew) in Eyal Ginio, ed. The Book of Greek Jewry, the 19th and 20ieth centuries (Jerusalem:Ben Zvi Institute, 2014),pp.1-20.

23 

Minna Rozen, "The redemption of Jewish captives in the 17th-century eastern Mediterranean basin: The intersection of religion, economics, and society," in Heike Grieser and Nicole Priesching, eds., Gefangenenloskauf im Mittelmeerraum. Ein interreligiöser Vergleich (Hildesheim-Zürich-New York: George Olms Verlag,2015),pp. 161-190,335-350.

 

 


Articles in Encyclopaedias

1

Minna Rozen, “Jews in Constantinople (Modern period)” in the Encyclopaedia of the Hellenic World (Constantinople: Foundation of the Hellenic World), http://constantinople.ehw.gr/forms/fLemma.aspx?lemmaId=10832

2

Minna Rozen, “Salonika”, in the  Encyclopedia of Jews in the Islamic World , vol. IV,(Brill ,Leiden.2010).

3

Minna Rozen, “Sephardim”, in the  Encyclopedia of Jews in the Islamic World , vol. IV,(Brill ,Leiden.2010).