This year’s Ladino Day connected undergrad Tania Aronowitz and her family to their Sephardic roots.
How do folktales change when they are written down? Student Julie Tolmie reflects.
A first-time attendee at Ladino Day, Patrick Ho considers what makes Ladino personal.
Mika Ahuvia's new co-edited book, "Placing Ancient Texts," reconstructs the dynamic interactions between space, place, and position and texts in ancient times.
Israeli academics are feeling constrained by both old and new policies around higher education, writes Graduate Fellow Hayim Katsman.
The classic Israeli children's song, "Seesaw," asks children to imagine a fair and "balanced" society.
Watch folklorist François Azar's talk on Jewish folktales of the Mediterranean and a Ladino-language performance of "The Jewish Parrot" in 2018's International Ladino Day celebration.
Dean's Medalist Annie Lewis, '18, a Jewish Studies minor, explains how Jewish Studies expands horizons and builds critical thinking skills.