Seattle’s JTNews included Professor Devin Naar on their “10 under 40” list, which highlights up-and-coming leaders of the Jewish community. Diana Brement’s June 20th article about Professor Naar, “It’s all Greek to him. Really,” highlights his journey into Sephardic Studies and the many contributions he has already made to the Stroum Jewish Studies Program during his first year at UW. Brement writes,
Although Seattle may have the third largest Sephardic population in the country, “it’s probably one of the most well-organized,” Naar observes. It’s also the perfect place to launch the initiative’s pilot program, Seattle Sephardic Treasures, and Naar calls it “bashertWant to see more articles like this? Sign up for our newsletter!⇒ Learn more about the Stroum Center for Jewish Studies at the University of Washington, our Sephardic Studies Program, or our Israel Studies Program.Note: The opinions expressed by faculty and students in our publications reflect the views of the individual writer only and not those of the Stroum Center for Jewish Studies.