As scholars of modern Judaism have focused on new topics such as the Spanish-Portuguese Jews of the port cities of the Atlantic world or non-European Jews in the world of Islam, older models of Jewish historiography have given way to a new, postmodern vision of Jewish history with a multicultural narrative. The Indiana Series in Sephardi and Mizrahi Studies encourages the growing place of Sephardi and Mizrahi Studies within the field of Jewish Studies. It embraces work from a variety of disciplines, including history, religious studies, anthropology, folklore, literary studies, and the arts. The series defines the Sephardi-Mizrahi field broadly to include medieval Iberian Jewry and the post-1492 Sephardi Diaspora, as well as Jews of the Islamic Middle, East, North Africa, and Central Asia. It will include monographs as well as works of synthesis and translations of source materials suited for the classroom.