A new prize honors excellent work on the Holocaust by students at the University of Washington.
Prof. Naomi Sokoloff's new book considers the past, present and future of the Hebrew language.
Shteyngart will read from his new novel "Lake Success" and share thoughts on humor, immigration and the Jewish experience.
Applications for the coming academic year are due by April 9.
Congrats to our 2018 Opportunity Grant winners, whose research ranges from exploring Sephardic Jewish Turkish heritage to travelling to Tanzania and Rwanda to study how foreign direct investment affects perceptions of donor states, including Israel.
Professor Sasha Senderovich's new translation of David Bergelson's Yiddish novel sheds light on "the death of the shtetl" during the 1920 Russian Civil War.
Ondina "L.B." Lipney-Burger, '17, reflects on how her Jewish Studies degree supports her study of human rights and transitional justice in Jerusalem.
The Stroum Center is excited to introduce the 2017-18 cohort of Graduate Fellows in Jewish Studies.