Reflecting on family history and the Holocaust
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Rare Ladino books shine light on Sephardic traditions for marking Tisha Be-av.
A new article by Emily K. Alhadeff features Prof. Devin Naar and Seattle’s Ladino revival.
This year’s winners are set for adventures abroad. Find out who won this year’s undergrad travel grants.
As the Rhodes Jewish community marks a solemn anniversary this summer, Hannah Pressman considers what it means to search for family history in the wake of the Holocaust.
The fellowship may be used for dissertation research/writing or for post-doctoral studies in any field of Jewish Studies.
Incoming co-coordinators Angela Ugalino and Griffin Taylor hope to strengthen ties between students and faculty.
Video of Prof. Shaul Stamfer of the Hebrew University, who debunks the Khazar conversion myth.
Marc Cohen suggests what is at stake in recent debates about the famously excommunicated philosopher.