Explore Sephardic texts, prayers, and traditions for Shavuot, with archival images from the UW Sephardic Studies Digital Library & Museum.
The UW Sephardic Studies Digital Library is now a national leader in Ladino text preservation. Find out how it all started and what's next.
Sesame candy and drinking ditties are part of Sephardic Purim celebrations. Ty Alhadeff shares forgotten song lyrics and customs.
A special Sephardic Studies article for Veterans Day
Students last year jumped at the chance to study Ladino with Prof. David Bunis. Ty Alhadeff reflects on his experience studying with the world expert.
Dates and black-eyed peas are among the symbolic foods Sephardic Jews eat for the New Year. Find out more about special Sephardic traditions for Rosh Hashana.
Prayers and poems written in Ladino, the Judeo-Spanish language of Sephardic Jews, give a window onto the annual Jewish holiday of Tisha Be-Av.
Sephardic ballads called romansas hold valuable medieval Spanish history. Rina Benmayor recorded these songs in the 1970s and will speak at UW on April 24th.