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A Legacy of Sephardic, Mediterranean, and American Recipes

University Book Store 4326 University Way NE, Seattle, WA

As a child, Rachel Almeleh learned to cook family recipes passed down through generations of her Sephardic ancestors. Today, she shares those recipes with others through her Seattle-area business, Rachel's Sephardic Delicacies, and in her new cookbook A Legacy of Sephardic, Mediterranean, and American Recipes.

Lunch and Learn with Shalom Sabar

University of Washington Thomson Hall 317, Seattle, WA

Join Prof. Shalom Sabar as he examines visual works by Jewish, Christian and Muslim artists that depict the Binding of Isaac story.

STUDENT EVENT: A Borrowed Identity Film Screening

Hillel UW 4745 17th Ave NE, Seattle, WA

Students! Join UW Jewish Studies and Hillel UW for a FREE screening of A Borrowed Identity, followed by a discussion with the writer and creator, Sayed Kashua!

STUDENT EVENT: Jewish Studies Student Advisory Council Meeting

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

Undergraduate and graduate students with an interest in Jewish Studies: Join our Student Advisory Council and help influence and design Jewish Studies courses and student events.

Tea and Discussion with Prof. Naomi Sokoloff

HUB 307 4001 E Stevens Way NE, Seattle

Access students and community members are invited to join Professor Naomi Sokoloff, Professor of Hebrew and Comparative Literature, to discuss a Hebrew text in translation in an informal setting.

A Brief Stop on the Road from Auschwitz

HUB 340 University of Washington HUB, Seattle, WA

Join Göran Rosenberg as he discusses his intelligent and deeply moving book, A Brief Stop on the Road from Auschwitz, in which he returns to his own childhood to tell the story of his father

Zionism, the Novel, and Contemporary Debates

Kane Hall 220 4069 Spokane Ln, Seattle, WA

Dr. Russell Berman, Walter A. Haas Professor in the Humanities, Stanford University, is a distinguished professor of Comparative Literature and German Studies.

Jewish Peoplehood: An American Innovation

University Book Store – Seattle 4326 University Way Northeast, Seattle, WA

Prof. Noam Pianko will highlight the current significance and future relevance of “peoplehood” by tracing the rise, transformation, and return of this novel term.

Baladino in Concert at SJCC

With its members hailing from Berlin and Tel Aviv, Baladino is a Mediterranean folk band that offers fresh, yet deeply authentic interpretations of Sephardic and