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VIDEO | Narrating Migration Stories: Podcasting Sephardic Jewish Journeys

December 9th, 2021|0 Comments

In this exclusive student event, scholar and co-creator of the well-known Ottoman History Podcast Chris Gratien and retired journalist Sam Negri discuss their approach to telling the stories of marginalized migrants to the United States, focusing on the story of Negri’s father, Sephardic Jew Leo Negri.

Israel Studies Program

Promoting and encouraging the critical study of the histories, societies, cultures, and politics of the State of Israel

Sephardic Studies Program

World-renowned for the study of Sephardic culture and history, the Sephardic Studies Program features a growing online library and museum, undergraduate and graduate courses, public programs like Ladino Day, and academic conferences.

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Convening students from departments across campus to learn about Jewish studies and public scholarship.

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For over 30 years, the annual Stroum Lectures at the University of Washington have showcased leading scholars in the field.

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