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Jessica Marglin’s research focuses on the history of Jewish-Muslim relations in North Africa during the early-modern and modern periods. She received her PhD from Princeton University’s department of Near Eastern Studies in January 2013. Her first book examines how Jews used the various legal institutions available to them in nineteenth-century Morocco, including Jewish, Islamic, and consular courts. Her publications include articles in theInternational Journal of Middle East Studies,the Jewish Quarterly Review, and in edited volumes. Jessica graduated summa cum laude from Harvard College and earned her master’s from Harvard’s Center for Middle Eastern Studies.
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