How Did Reform Judaism Begin?

The Birth of Seattle’s First Temple

Video developed in Prof. Noam Pianko’s University of Washington course, Digital American Jewish History, Spring 2014.

Digital Jewish Studies @UW

The initiative for this course grows out of a collaboration between the Stroum Center at the University of Washington, the digital storytelling nonprofit Citizen Film, and the New Media in Jewish Studies Collaborative launched by Citizen Film and Columbia University's Institute for Israel and Jewish Studies. Course development generously funded by The Jewish Federation of Seattle and created in cooperation with the Washington State Jewish Historical Society
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About the Author:

Noam Pianko is the Samuel N. Stroum Chair of Jewish Studies and a Professor in the Jackson School of International Studies. Noam directs the Stroum Center for Jewish Studies and serves as the Herbert and Lucy Pruzan Processor of Jewish Studies. Pianko’s research interests include modern Jewish history, Zionism, and American Judaism.

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