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Se marier à la synagogue des Tournelles : approche sociodémographique du mariage séfarade en France postcoloniale (1954-1970)

Abstract : This article is questioning the wedding ceremonies that took place in the Parisian synagogue located in the Tournelles Street. This one was affiliated to the Sephardic rite from the Algerian town of Constantine in 1958, when the migrations of the North African Jews increased. The analyze of documents like Ketoubot (religious wedding contracts) and documents preparing the ceremony established by the Consistoire administration allows an original approach. It shows in particular the migratory trajectories of the North African Jews youth, the geographical endogamy and the construction of the new Sephardic identity in metropolitan France.
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Yann Scioldo-Zürcher, Françoise Bahoken. Se marier à la synagogue des Tournelles : approche sociodémographique du mariage séfarade en France postcoloniale (1954-1970). Archives Juives, Presses universitaires de France/les Belles lettres, 2009, 42 (2), pp.82-97. ⟨10.3917/aj.422.0082⟩. ⟨halshs-00749295⟩

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