Prof. Marty Jaffe’s e-book translation of the Sifre Devarim brings a poetic perspective to a seminal piece of rabbinic commentary.
Tales of Judith and the Megillah of Antiochus are part of lesser-known Hanukkah lore preserved in Sephardic Ladino texts.
Ariel Vardy describes his studies abroad in Romania and the Republic of Georgia.
Find out about the "Im Afes," a moving Ladino poem about the binding of Isaac, traditionally read at the Jewish New Year.
The story of Joe Souriano, a Seattle Sephardic printer, and the postcards he received from all over the world.
Benedict Spinoza was a rock star philosopher. Was he also the victim of an unjust ban? Kevin Britt reflects on the CLF session with Michael Rosenthal.
Hamza Zafer examines the intellectual and theological exchanges between Muslim thinkers and Jewish thinkers like Saadia Gaon.
How Kant's notion of Enlightenment impacted modern Judaism, from our CLF series on "A Brief History of God."