Verena Ines Kasper-Marienberg is a professor of History at North Carolina State University.
Her research focuses on the intersection of Jewish and Christian communities in the early modern period. She is especially interested in questions of legal practice, gender relations, and socio-economic structures in early modern societies. In her teaching, she focuses on Jewish religion and culture, minority history, early modern autobiographies, the history of museums, and the rhetorical structures of political texts.
2018-2019 Fellow: Rethinking Early Modern Jewish Legal Culture
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