Finding clues to a great-grandmother's migratory life in her notebook from the Alliance Israelite Universelle school.
Hebrew was the only way Anat Mooreville could communicate with her Romanian-born grandparents. A beautiful reflection on home as "a place beyond language."
Robert Whitehill-Bashan had the uncanny experience of seeing an elegant Hebrew poem on his Facebook feed--and realizing it was his own.
Edirne, in northwestern Turkey, used to be home to a major Sephardic Jewish community.
Novelist Dara Horn dares to ask the question: Why are there still only three kinds of American Jews who are allowed to learn Hebrew?
Amee Sherer (UW '87) forged a path combining Jewish Studies and an Education degree. Find out more about Hillel UW's new Executive Director in our first Alumni Interview article.
A whimsical poster of the Hebrew alphabet bears memories as well as some deep-seated ideology about Jewish languages.
Nancy Berg takes on the almost-untranslatable Hebrew word 'davka' and other expressions of contrariness.