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10/19 TALK | Arabian Judaism and Early Islam

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Who were the Jews of late ancient western Arabia? Hamza M. Zafer will explain how the Quran and other early Muslim writings provide tantalizing evidence about these communities.

10/26 TALK | The Jews of Medieval Baghdad in the Abbasid Era

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Learn about the significant Jewish population — including Talmudic yeshivas, government officials, and financial agents — that resided in Baghdad, at the heart of the Abbasid caliph's imperial rule, for more than 500 years.

12/1 EVENT | Israeli Elections Panel

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On the heels of the 5th Israeli election in 4 years, the Stroum Center for Jewish Studies' Israel Studies Program invites you to attend a panel of experts as they debrief the results and talk about what the outcome means—both for the future of Israel, and the world at large.

12/4 EVENT | Ladino Day 2022: The Future of Ladino

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On the tenth anniversary of Ladino Day, UW's Sephardic Studies Program presents four experts from different generations, all working to revitalize Ladino (Judeo-Spanish), the traditional language of Sephardic Jews.

2/23 RESEARCH COLLOQUIUM | “Suppose the Mother were Jewish”, a Happy Hour with Susan Glenn

Smith Room, Suzzallo Library, UW 4000 15th Ave NE, Seattle, WA, United States

The Stroum Center for Jewish Studies is thrilled to invite you to a happy-hour research colloquium led by Susan Glenn, in which she will discuss her forthcoming paper, “Suppose the Mother Were Jewish”: Leo Pfeffer, the American Jewish Congress, and the Problem of Religious Protection Law.

2/28 EVENT | “Muestros Artistas” [Our Artists]

Kane Hall — Walker-Ames Room and 210 4069 Spokane Ln, Seattle, WA, United States

UW's Sephardic Studies Program and Stroum Center for Jewish Studies showcases six Sephardic artists from different creative backgrounds, and explores what exactly makes Sephardic art "Sephardic".

3/31 EVENT | A Workshop with Rachel Brown

Thomson 317 on the UW Campus 2023 Skagit Lane, Seattle, WA, United States

The Stroum Center for Jewish Studies is hosting Rachel Brown for a morning workshop, in which she'll discuss chapter 1 of her forthcoming paper, titled “Land, Reproductive Labor and Accumulation: Situating Migrant Carework in Israel/Palestine”. Jewish Studies grad fellow Jake Beckert will serve as respondent.