Sandra Barnes suggests that the American Jewish story is far more diverse than we imagine.
Welcome to the Stroum Center for Jewish Studies
Sandra Barnes reflects on how her family’s history differs from popular and scholarly representations of Jewish immigration to America.
Joel Migdal explains how John Kerry has led as activist a foreign policy agenda as any secretary of state in recent memory, especially in the Middle East.
Graduate Fellow Sarah Zaides is studying the emigration of Russian Jews to Ottoman lands in the early 20th century, using archival Ladino newspapers.
Writing Ladino in Hebrew letters is a rare art form–one that Prof. David Bunis is passionate about teaching to his students.
How Graduate Fellow Cyrus Rodgers found his way from a Midwest childhood to the complex work of Jewish-Soviet writers like Isaac Babel.
When it comes to the Ladino Day controversy, David M. Bunis says we should consider the history of how Jews refer to their own languages.
HEBR 250 is a new Spring 2014 course which will give an overview of Hebrew’s history and its role in Israeli culture.
Seattle Jewish community educator Beth Huppin describes how UW Jewish Studies and Prof. Deborah Lipstadt changed her vision of Jewish education.