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STUDENT EVENT: Queer Jews in Nazi-Era Berlin

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For our quarterly Jewish Studies Coffee Hour, Prof Laurie Marhoefer (History) will present on research methods and challenges she has encountered while researching queer Jews

STUDENT EVENT: Meza de Ladino ~ Ladino Table

SMITH 320

Join Sephardic Studies at the University of Washington to explore Ladino, a Mediterranean language that blends Spanish, Portuguese, Hebrew, Turkish, Arabic, Greek, Italian & French

STUDENT EVENT: Meza de Ladino ~ Ladino Table

SMITH 320

Join Sephardic Studies at the University of Washington to explore Ladino, a Mediterranean language that blends Spanish, Portuguese, Hebrew, Turkish, Arabic, Greek, Italian & French

STUDENT EVENT | Lessons on Communicating with the Media from a Middle East Commentator

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Dr. Marwa Maziad, a visiting assistant professor of public speaking at Seattle University and a regular BBC political commentator on global affairs, will speak about her experiences as a journalist and political analyst and will offer tips for speaking effectively with the media. Lunch provided. Open to undergrads and graduate students.

2/27 STUDENT EVENT | Visit to the Holocaust Center for Humanity

Holocaust Center for Humanity 2045 2nd Avenue, Seattle, WA

Undergrad and grad students are invited to join SCJS student engagement director Lauren Kurland for a guided tour of the Holocaust Center for Humanity, which will include a presentation by a Legacy Speaker. Students are invited to join us for dinner and reflection afterward. No cost.

STUDENT EVENT: Jewish Studies Virtual Coffee Hour

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Undergrads are invited to grab a cup of coffee or tea and join student engagement director Lauren Kurland and other students involved with the Stroum Center to hang out, get to know each other a little better, and hopefully laugh a little! Attendance limited to 5 students so we can all "see" each other and interact. Note, this coffee "hour" is only 45 minutes. Multiple coffee hours will be offered this spring to accommodate schedules.

STUDENT EVENT: Jewish Studies Virtual Coffee Hour

RSVP for Zoom link

Undergrads are invited to grab a cup of coffee or tea and join student engagement director Lauren Kurland and other students involved with the Stroum Center to hang out, get to know each other a little better, and hopefully laugh a little! Attendance limited to 5 students so we can all "see" each other and interact. Note, this coffee "hour" is only 45 minutes. Multiple coffee hours will be offered this spring to accommodate schedules.

STUDENT EVENT: Jewish Studies Virtual Coffee Hour

RSVP for Zoom link

Undergrads are invited to grab a cup of coffee or tea and join student engagement director Lauren Kurland and other students involved with the Stroum Center to hang out, get to know each other a little better, and hopefully laugh a little! Attendance limited to 5 students so we can all "see" each other and interact. Note, this coffee "hour" is only 45 minutes. Multiple coffee hours will be offered this spring to accommodate schedules.

2/2 STUDENT EVENT | Ancient Perspectives on Same-Sex Relationships

How has the story of Sodom and Gomorrah as related in the Qur'an and Hebrew Bible shaped the ways Jews, Muslims and Christians thought and continue to think about same sex relationships. Explore this question with Cole Fellow Dr. Brendan Goldman.

5/23 EVENT| An Evening with Gadeer Kamal-Mreeh

HUB 145, UW Campus 4001 E Stevens Way NE, Seattle, WA

Israeli/Druze emissary to the U.S. Gadeer Kamal-Mreeh will discuss her experiences as a journalist and former Knesset member, and "the complexity of Israel," with faculty member Alan Dowty.