Spinoza, the philosopher who was excommunicated from Judaism, distinguished between religion and superstition.
Daniel Bessner looks at the history of European exiles who joined the US defense industry during the Cold War.
Papers on Ladino, the bible, French novels, post-war East Germany, and Jewish animated short films will be presented on May 1.
The Stroum Center is a cosponsor of the UW Library's new exhibit about Holocaust hero Jan Karski, on display until March 15th.
Dive into the history of French Jews by exploring the literature of Balzac. New post by Grad Fellow Christina Sutton.
One night. Four talks. Endless possibilities. Catch the 3rd annual JewDub Talks on Jan. 29th!
Graduate Fellow Katja Schatte reflects on being part of the "Third Generation East" and writing post-Holocaust German history.
How did Jews say "Happy New Year" in the early 20th century? Check out this Yiddish postcard for Rosh Hashana!