Abraham Gross is Academic Chair of the Institute for Sefardi and Anousim Studies, and Professor Emeritus in the Jewish History Department of Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel. He specializes in the history and culture of Sefardi Jewry and New Christians and their diasporas. His books include Rabbi Joseph Hayyun: Leader of the Lisbon Jewish Community and His Literary Work (1993) [Hebrew]; Iberian Jewry from Twilight to Dawn: The World of Rabbi Abraham Saba (1995); and Spirituality and Law: Courting Martyrdom in Christianity and Judaism (2005) [Hebrew].Adina Moryosef holds an MA in Religious Studies from the University of California, Santa Barbara. She was Associate Director of Casa Shalom before joining the staff of the Institute for Sefardi and Anousim Studies in 2016.Jack Cohen is a Board Member of the Institute for Sefardi and Anousim Studies and a pharmacologist who has held positions at Georgetown Medical School, USA, and Sheba Medical Center and Hebrew University, Israel. Aside from his scientific publications, he authored The Reawakening: The Re-emergence of Jews after 500 Years of Spanish-Portuguese Catholic Persecution (2017).