Collected educational resources — including podcast episodes, short lectures, and essays — on the history and context around antisemitism, and how to push back against it.
Jewish Questions Podcast: AntisemitismStroum Center for Jewish Studies2022-02-18T16:22:39-08:00
Hosts Laurie Marhoefer and Noam Pianko talk with faculty about antisemitism: what it is, its long history, and how to push back against it today.
Seattle Sephardic LegaciesStroum Center for Jewish Studies2022-02-18T15:18:02-08:00
Trace the journeys of eleven Sephardic families with roots in the Ottoman Empire who came to Seattle in the early twentieth century.
Bailar a la Turka: 78 rpm Records in Seattle Sepharadi HouseholdsStroum Center for Jewish Studies2022-02-18T15:15:58-08:00
Maureen Jackson investigates Turkish music in Sephardic Seattle with artifacts, audio, and more.
Jewish Cultural History WebsitesStroum Center for Jewish Studies2021-06-02T17:14:42-07:00
Websites presenting students' research from the winter 2021 Jewish Cultural History class, looking at Jewish history in Amsterdam, Sweden, Morocco, Catalonia, Iran and more.
Sephardic Life Cycle CustomsStroum Center for Jewish Studies2020-08-25T15:22:02-07:00
Explore the diverse origins of Sephardic life cycle customs and trace their dynamic evolutions from the Ottoman Empire to the United States.
Salud y Shalom: American Jews in the Spanish Civil WarStroum Center for Jewish Studies2021-03-15T14:20:39-07:00
Hear the stories of five Jewish American volunteers in the Spanish Civil War in this multimedia project.
Sephardic Ballads CollectionStroum Center for Jewish Studies2019-11-27T11:35:46-08:00
The Benmayor Collection of Eastern Sephardic Ballads and Other Lore is a collection of over 140 audio recordings gathered by Dr. Rina Benmayor in Seattle and Los Angeles during the 1970s.
A Sephardic Lighthouse Museum ExhibitStroum Center for Jewish Studies2019-08-08T14:58:50-07:00
Explore the world of Albert D. Levy (1896-1963), one of the leading Sephardic thinkers of 20th century, through original Ladino (Judeo-Spanish) writings, photographs, and documents.
Mapping MemoryKara Schoonmaker2019-08-08T15:07:20-07:00
Based on interviews and memoirs, the Mapping Memory project follows the extraordinary paths of Jewish refugees around the time of the Second World War (1939-1945).
Marty Jaffee’s Sifre Devarim E-BookKara Schoonmaker2016-01-13T22:34:56-08:00
A new online translation of the tannaitic midrash Sifre Devarim that emphasizes the oral performative dimension of the text.
Ana Gómez-Bravo’s Converso CookbookStroum Center for Jewish Studies2019-08-08T15:00:00-07:00
Find out how to make popular Jewish dishes from 15th century Spain in Ana Gómez-Bravo's online cookbook.
Soletreo Writing ResourcesKara Schoonmaker2019-08-08T15:17:04-07:00
Devin Naar and David Bunis teach viewers how to write in Soletreo and discuss the history of the Sephardic script.
Modern Hebrew at the UWStroum Center for Jewish Studies2019-08-07T15:19:42-07:00
Read Naomi Sokoloff's writing on the modern Hebrew language and contemporary Israeli culture and learn more about the Modern Hebrew program at the UW.
Digital American Jewish History ProjectsKara Schoonmaker2017-09-20T14:11:41-07:00
Students' videos and online research projects from the Spring 2014 Jewish American History class.
Joel S. Migdal’s WebsiteStroum Center for Jewish Studies2017-12-29T14:24:37-08:00
Learn more about Joel S. Migdal's current research, publications, and views on the latest news at his official faculty website.