Finding clues to a great-grandmother's migratory life in her notebook from the Alliance Israelite Universelle school.
The art of the boreka told through the Ladino letters of Rachel Shemarya.
In Seattle, Jews from the former Ottoman Empire learned to embrace an American tradition.
Professor Devin Naar reflects on the 1978 film Song of the Sephardi and provides a preview of the Fourth International Ladino Day celebration at the University of Washington.
Non-Muslims were accepted in the Ottoman Empire, but the tolerance policy for Jews had limits. Devin E. Naar suggests why tolerance is a double-edged idea.
Ashley Bobman, UW Class of 2016, helped create an online exhibit about the Sephardic intellectual Albert D. Levy--her own great-grandfather.
Terrified by an unstable world, Sephardic scholar Albert Adatto turned to his native language to call for peace.
Pocket-sized reviews of three new Sephardic Studies books that are connected by the theme of citizenship and identity in America and around the globe.