Introduction: Un "tsunami historiographique" laissé sans suite? / An Unquestionned "Scholarly Tsunami"?


  • Antoine Burgard
  • Rebecca Margolis



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How to Cite

Burgard, A., & Margolis, R. (2021). Introduction: Un "tsunami historiographique" laissé sans suite? / An Unquestionned "Scholarly Tsunami"?. Canadian Jewish Studies Études Juives Canadiennes, 24.