Graduate Fellow Sam Gordon argues that Israel's education-based approach to foreign aid is as innovative and forward-looking as the techniques it shares.
Graduate Fellow Vivian Mills shows how all-too-familiar patterns of discrimination and exclusion affected Sephardic Jews in the Middle Ages.
Scholar Marwa Maziad argues that the influence of the Israeli military extends into the nation's government, economy, and national security apparatus.
Grad Fellow Pablo Jairo Tutillo Maldonado explains why learning about global migrants and refugees -and their history- is vitally important.
PhD student Berkay Gulen explores why the relationship between Turkey and Israel has soured in recent years and discusses how her research informs the conversation.
What can literary scholars working in the field of Jewish Studies teach us about how to survive (and resist) the Trump Era? A lot, it seems.
In the Age of Trump, humanities scholars' role beyond the ivory tower is more important than ever.
From Rhodes to Racine: Why a Sephardic Teenager in 20th-Century Paris Was Reading the Tragedy Esther
What can a quote from Racine's play Esther tell us about what it was like to be a young Jewish woman in 20th century France?
Doctoral student Emily Gade discusses her research on radicalization and resiliency against violence, highlighting the work of the Israeli recovery organization ZAKA.