Magda Teter

Photo of Magda TeterPhoto | © Shawn HillMagda Teter is Professor of History and Shvidler Chair in Judaic Studies at Fordham University. The author of Sinners on Trial: Jews and Sacrilege after the Reformation and Jews and Heretics in Catholic Poland, she has received fellowships from the John Simon Guggenheim and Harry Frank Guggenheim foundations and was Mellon Foundation Fellow at the Cullman Center, New York Public Library.

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Cover: Blood Libel: On the Trail of an Antisemitic MythBlood Libel: On the Trail of an Antisemitic MythTeter, MagdaHARDCOVER01/28/2020$39.95
Cover: Sinners on Trial: Jews and Sacrilege after the ReformationSinners on Trial: Jews and Sacrilege after the ReformationTeter, MagdaHARDCOVER05/01/2011$48.50
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