This past year, in the wake of the Sephardic Studies Program’s 10th anniversary, Harvey J. Sadis and Harriett M. Cody, a retired King County Superior Court judge, created the Jean and Joseph Sadis Sustainers Fund in Sephardic Studies as part of the newly launched Sustainers’ Circle, which represents the next stage of philanthropic support for SSP (Sephardic Studies Program).
Aki Yerushalayim published Devin E. Naar’s first Ladino short story, "Dos Ijikos i sus Nono" (‘Two Children and their Grandfather’).
The Sephardic Studies Program welcomes two new graduate fellows for the 2023-24 academic year: Alexandra Ritsatos and Nadav Ganon.
Sephardic studies graduate students are thriving; here's a roundup of updates on a group of seven accomplished UW graduate students from the 2022-23 academic year.
Sephardic Studies Program Chair and Isaac Alhadeff Professor of Sephardic Studies Devin E. Naar provides an overview of SSP's most recent accomplishments and upcoming plans.
Author Hannah S. Pressman reflects on her experience attending the inaugural 'Muestros Artistas' [Our Artists] Sephardic Arts Symposium and speaking with artists and others who were involved.
Student Stephanie Dossett recalls her experience learning from Professor Canan Bolel in the Ladino Language and Culture course, which inspired her to cook and bake Sephardic foods.
Stroum Center faculty member and Isaac Alhadeff Professor in Sephardic Studies Devin E. Naar retells the history of Sepharadim in the US coming to the aid of Turkey in the aftermath of the earthquake of 1939.