Johannes Pfefferkorn and Medieval Antisemitism

2 thoughts on “Johannes Pfefferkorn and Medieval Antisemitism

  1. In general, love your lectures. Just a small correction on this one. Martin Luther’s 95 (not 93) theses were posted on the church door in Wittenberg (not Worms.) Like you I had an excellent general/liberal arts education. Love your jokes at the beginning of the lectures.

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