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Learn Salsa with the Jackson School @ Dawg Daze

HUB 334, UW Campus 4001 E Stevens Way NE, Seattle, WA

Learn the basic footwork of salsa dancing with Reinier Valdes, an Afro-Cuban master dancer. Free snacks.

Talking International Studies @ Dawg Daze

HUB 334, UW Campus 4001 E Stevens Way NE, Seattle, WA

Meet JSIS students, advisers and staff and learn about classes, internships, study abroad and career possibilities.

Till We Have Built Jerusalem: Architects of a New City

Kane Hall 210 4069 Spokane Ln, Seattle, WA

Based on her critically acclaimed new book, Hoffman’s talk will uncover layers of Jerusalem’s buried history and ask what it means to be foreign and to belong.

STUDENT EVENT: Medical Ethics: A Conversation with an Expert

THO 403

Meet other students and enjoy complementary Veggie Grill with Dr. Hadar Khazzam-Horovitz, who will challenge us with a compelling case study related to her upcoming Winter course, Bioethics:

STUDENT EVENT: Feasting with Faculty ft. Prof. Senderovich

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Join Sasha Senderovich, a professor of Russian Studies and Jewish Studies, for informal conversation over a free vegetarian dinner. Open to undergraduate and graduate students

5th Annual International Ladino Day: Yasmin Levy in Concert

Stroum Jewish Community Center 3801 East Mercer Way, Mercer Island, WA

Celebrate Ladino language and Sephardic culture in this concert with singer Yasmin Levy, which will be followed by a Q&A with Prof. Devin Naar.

Book launch with Prof. Sasha Senderovich at Elliott Bay Books

The Elliott Bay Book Company 1521 10th Ave, Seattle, WA

Professor Sasha Senderovich will discuss his recently published translation of the 1929 Yiddish-language novel "Judgment" in this evening at The Elliott Bay Book Company.

Fences: Jews as Dealers in Stolen Goods in Early Modern Poland

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

Many "fences" (dealers in illicit goods) in early modern Poland were Jewish. Why? Prof. Shaul Stampfer will explore the reasons Jews entered the field and how Jewish communities dealt with illicit activity.

Salud y Shalom: Jews in the Spanish Civil War

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

3,000 Americans, one-third of them Jews, chose to fight against fascism as volunteers in the 1936 Spanish Civil War. Professor Joe Butwin presents the voices of five of these volunteers in this new digital exhibit and talk.