How Graduate Fellow Cyrus Rodgers found his way from a Midwest childhood to the complex work of Jewish-Soviet writers like Isaac Babel.
Graduate Fellow Oscar Aguirre-Mandujano specializes in Ottoman Turkish history, but his Jewish Studies research project has led him to a rare Ladino manuscript.
Denise Grollmus' discovery that her family had Jewish roots led her to study contemporary Jewish-Polish culture.
Graduate student Anat Goldman questions the inclusivity of Israel's Yesh Atid party and the meaning of Ruth Calderon's Knesset speech.
What can the career of a Russian theater legend teach us about Soviet Jewish identity in the period of Israel's establishment?
Cinema is a visual document of the transformation of attitudes towards Jews in the Soviet Union.
PhD student and scholarship winner Yoav Duman explains how his personal history led to an interest in immigration studies.
Grad student Veronica Muskheli muses on museums and their role in Jewish cultural continuity.