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  • Habib, Gabriel “Us et coutumes des juifs de Salonique” L’Echo d’Israel: Seul Quotidien de Langue Française en Israel 711 (14 julio 1950), [$$$] 4. Ver
  • Habib, Gabriel “Uzos de los judios de Salonik” La Verdad 246 (26 abril 1954), 4; 247 (29 abril 1954), [$$$] 4. Ver
  • Haboucha, Reginetta "Types and Motifs of Nine Folktales Collected by Cynthia Crews" Estudios sefardíes 2 (1979), pp. 39-70. Ver
  • Haboucha, Reginetta "The Folklore and Traditional Literature of the Judeo-Spanish Speakers: Recent Scholarship and Research" The Sephardi and Oriental Jewish Heritage. Studies, Issachar Ben-Ami (ed.), Jerusalén, The Magness Press-The Hebrew University, 1982, pp. 571-588. Ver
  • Haboucha, Reginetta Types and Motifs of the Judeo-Spanish Folktales Nueva York-Londres, Garland, 1992. Ver
  • Haboucha, Reginetta "Misogyny or Philogyny: The Case of a Judeo-Spanish Folktale" New Horizons in Sephardic Studies, Albany, State University of New York Press, 1993, pp. 239-252. Ver
  • Haboucha, Reginetta “The Lazy Wife: A Rare Jewish Version of an International Foktale Type” en Jewish Culture And The Hispanic World. Essays in Memory of Joseph H.Silverman, ed. Samuel G. Armistead y Mishael M. Caspi con Murray Baumgarten, Newark (Delaware), Juan de la Cuesta, 2001, pp. 201-216. Ver
  • Hacker, Yosef "Los sefardíes en el Imperio otomano del siglo 16" en Moreset Sefarad: El legado de Sefarad, Jerusalén, Editorial Magnes-Universidad Hebrea, 1993, vol. II pp. 111-137. Ver
  • Hadar, Gila “El programa del enseniamento de la lengua y la cultura sefardí en la universita de Haifa: En ladino y en lashon” Ladinar IV (2006), pp. 111-112. Ver
  • Hadar, Gila "Jewish Tobacco Workers in Salonika: Gender and Family in the Context of Social and Ethnic Strife" en Amila Buturović e Irvin Cemil Schick (eds.,), Women in the Ottoman Balkans. Gender, Culture and History, London-New York, I.B. Tauris, 2007, pp. 127-152 Ver
  • Hadar, Gila “Gender Representation on the Dark Side of Qidushin: Between North Morocco and the Balkans (Monastir)” El Prezente. Studies in Sephardic Culture 2 (2008), pp. 139-156. Ver
  • Hadar, Gila "The History of Salonika's Sephardic Community" en Susana Weich-Shahak, Ventanas altas de Saloniki. Sephardic songs, coplas and ballads from Thessaloniki Haifa, Universidad de Haifa (Department of Music-School of Arts), 2013, pp. 10-16 Ver
  • Hadar, Gila "Jewish Journalism in Salonika and Greece" en Eyal Ginio (ed.), Jewish Communities in the East in the Ninenteenth and Twentieth Centuries, Jerusalem, Israel Ministry of Education & Ben-Zvi Institute, 2014 Ver
  • Hadar, Gila "Jewish Journalism in Salonika and Greece" en Rifat Bali (ed.), Jewish Journalism and Press In the Ottoman Empire and Turkey, Istanbul, Libra, 2016, pp. 301-354 Ver
  • Hadar, Gila "La luz de la shjina i un espirito muevo ke nasio en el korason de Reyna Cohen, una mistikana judia en el empesijo del siglo 20" en Paloma Díaz-Mas y Elisa Martín Ortega (eds.), Mujeres sefardíes lectoras y escritoras, siglos XIX-XXI, Madrid-Frankfurt, Iberoamericana-Vervuert, 2016, pp.179-195 Ver
  • Hadas, Samuel "El judeoespañol, lengua peregrina" en Actas del Congreso de la Lengua Española. Sevilla, 7 al 10 Octubre 1992, Sevilla, Instituto Cervantes, 1994, pp. 212-216. Ver
  • Haim, Avraam "La komunidad sefaradi de Miami Beach en Estados Unidos" Aki Yerushalayim VI.22-23 (jul.-oct. 1984), pp. 21-22. Ver
  • Haim, Leon Mitteilungen der Türkischen Israeliten-Gemeinde (Sephardim) in Wien I, 4, 1919, pp. 40-41. Ver
  • Halévy, Michael y Ayala, Amor “Un sefardí de Hamburgo en Madrid: Rafael Cori y Roditi” Raíces 62 (2005), pp. 47-50. Ver
  • Hamilton, Michelle M. “Joseph ben Samuel Sarfati's Tratado de Melibea y Calixto: a sephardic Jew's reading of the Celestina in light of the medieval Judeo-Spanish go-between tradition” Sefarad: Revista de Estudios Hebraicos y Sefardíes 62, 2 (2002), pp. 329-347 Ver
  • Hamos, Andrea Warren véase Amos, Andrea Warren Ver
  • Harding, Suzen “Zene i reci u jednom spanskom selu” en Antropologija zene, Papić, Zarana y Lydia Sklevicky (eds.), Belgrado, XX vek, 2003, pp. 268-291. Ver
  • Harris, Tracy “Judeo-Spanish: Survival and decline” Judeo Espaniol: The evolution of a culture, Gatenio, Rafael (ed.), Thessaloniki, Ets Ahaim Foundation, 1999, pp. 119-137. Ver
  • Harris, Tracy K. The Prognosis for Judeo-Spanish: Its Description, Present Status, Survivan and Decline, with Implications for the Study of Language Death in General Georgetown, University Microfils International, 1979. Ver
  • Harris, Tracy K. "Reasons for the decline of Judeo-Spanish" International Journal of Sociology of Languages 37, 1982, pp. 71-97. Ver
  • Harris, Tracy K. "The Decline of Judezmo: Problems and Prospects" en Reading in the Sociology of Jewish Languages, ed. Joshua A. Fishman, Leiden, Brill, 1985, pp. 195-211. Ver
  • Harris, Tracy K. Death of a Language. The History of Judeo-Spanish Newark-Londres-Toronto, University of Delaware Press y Associated University Presses, 1994. Ver
  • Harris, Tracy K. “Code-Switching in Contemporary Judeo-Spanish” en From Iberia to Diaspora. Studies in Sephardic History and Culture, Yedida K. Stillman y Norman Stillman (eds.), Leiden-Boston-Colonia, Brill, 1999, pp. 432-445. Ver

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