2022-2023 graduate fellows study animals in the Hebrew Bible, Jewish ecofeminism, the economics and communities of Mandatory Palestine, and port cities in the Red Sea.
Doctor of Musical Arts student Meaghan Guterman, who is researching Yiddish theater music, is the recipient of the 2022-23 Finish Line Fellowship.
Auden Finch, a junior majoring in the comparative history of ideas and writing his honors thesis on Yiddish literature, is this year's outstanding student in Jewish studies.
UW graduate students present at international conferences, win research awards for Sephardic studies projects
A roundup of speaking engagement and recent awards earned by graduate students whose research lies at the intersection of Ottoman, European, Jewish, Mizrahi, and Sephardic studies.
Announcing the Hazzan Isaac Azose Fund for Community Engagement in Sephardic Studies at the University of Washington
In partnership with community leaders and local institutions, the Sephardic Studies Program is proud to announce the Hazzan Isaac Azose Fund for Public Engagement in Sephardic Studies at the University of Washington.
Incoming graduate fellows study peacebuilding and diplomacy, poetry, the Hebrew Bible, archiving historic artifacts, and German Jewish writing.
Announcing new funding to support graduate research, dissertation completion, travel and language-learning related to Jewish studies
New funding sources for graduate students, Ph.D candidates and undergraduates support engagement in Jewish studies on all levels — thanks to generous community supporters.
Wendi Zhou's award-winning paper looks at perceptions of Jewish refugees in Shanghai during the World War II era.