Opportunity grant winner Samuel Cantor explains why learning Hebrew grammar will teach you to "think in a brand new way."
Why learning Hebrew led opportunity grant winner Ellen Perleberg to think more deeply about how language genders the world.
The classic Israeli children's song, "Seesaw," asks children to imagine a fair and "balanced" society.
Idan Raichel weaves together Ethiopian, Yemenite, Arab, Latin American and European influences in his music.
Graduate Fellow Sara Molaie's work with Hebrew illustrates how languages and cultures can be connected in surprising ways.
How does the brain store and access Hebrew vocabulary? UW doctoral student Marina Oganyan discusses the role of Hebrew roots.
UW senior Aliza Minkina says that Kohav Nolad, the Israeli version of "American Idol," is a riveting window onto Israeli culture.
Cathy Merchant's account of communicating with her Israeli family in Seattle. A special Hebrew post!