A new article by Emily K. Alhadeff features Prof. Devin Naar and Seattle's Ladino revival.
The fellowship may be used for dissertation research/writing or for post-doctoral studies in any field of Jewish Studies.
Junior Taryn Harris is making history: she just published an article about Seattle's Sephardic community for Historylink.org.
Congratulations to Dr. Maureen Jackson and Dr. Erica Lehrer on their achievements!
The Stroum Center will join the other academic centers housed in the Jackson School. The new Sephardic Studies Program will be part of this exciting expansion.
A curated group of photos and archival documents highlighting the past four decades of Jewish Studies at UW.
Change your bookmarks, dear readers--the Stroum web site is now at jewishstudies.washington.edu !
Find out how Devin Naar started to develop his ground-breaking Ladino library, and what's in store next for Sephardic Studies at UW.
The annual gathering on May 29th will recognize what makes the Stroum program so special: our students, faculty, and community supporters.
First-ever research symposium featuring Jewish Studies Graduate Fellows at the UW.
Undergrads: Apply by April 15 for travel funding from Jewish Studies!
JewDub Talks wowed its audience with brief lectures that gave deep insights.
Saying thank you to Marty Jaffee, a beloved teacher who helped put our program on the map.
How grad student Veronica Muskheli found her way to the White Sea and Russian-Jewish ethnography.
Prof. Naar chats about rescuing Ladino treasures with Brandi Kruse of 97.3 KIRO FM.
Sephardic Studies at UW is making headlines around the world.
Devin Naar's impressive first year at UW has earned him a spot on JTNews "10 under 40" list.
The Stroum Jewish Studies Program marks a terrific year.
Talking frankly about poverty is an important first step.
News about Professor Barbara Henry's first book, Rewriting Russia: Jacob Gordin’s Yiddish Drama.
Noam Pianko with Althea for the last time at his book lecture last winter.
Brandeis Professor Jonathan Sarna discussed his perception of changing trends in American Judaism