The sociologist and former chair of UW Jewish Studies reflects on the changing nature of American Jewish identity and the field of Jewish Studies.
Ahuvia specializes in ancient Judaism and says, "My goal is to help students find their own voice."
On May 13th, 2014, faculty, students, staff, and community supporters joined together to celebrate 40 years of Jewish Studies at the University of Washington.
This year's winners are set for adventures abroad. Find out who won this year's undergrad travel grants.
The fellowship may be used for dissertation research/writing or for post-doctoral studies in any field of Jewish Studies.
Incoming co-coordinators Angela Ugalino and Griffin Taylor hope to strengthen ties between students and faculty.
Projects ranging from Ladino in Seattle to national identity in Israel.
The six incoming fellows are working on topics such as gender in ancient Judaism, Jewish animated films, and Ladino in Seattle.