Jewish Studies student leader Griffin Taylor has won the competitive Mary Gates Research Scholarship to support his honors project in hearing sciences.
Papers on Ladino, the bible, French novels, post-war East Germany, and Jewish animated short films will be presented on May 1.
Dr. Ruth Behar, a Cuban-born anthropologist, will discuss themes of exile, loss, and contemporary Sephardic identity at the May 18 & 20 Stroum Lectures.
Explore Jewish culture around the world with the help of a Jewish Studies travel grant for summer or next academic year!
Haley Gustafson, UW class of 2014, explains how courses in Jewish Studies prepared her to study human rights law in Ireland.
Sephardic history featured in documentary about American Jewish immigration.
Mashala (congratulations) to Ashley Bobman!
The Stroum Center is a cosponsor of the UW Library's new exhibit about Holocaust hero Jan Karski, on display until March 15th.