Works of literature speak to the forces behind anti-Semitic violence.
Adriana Jacobs learned Hebrew by translating poems — including the works of Rachel, the "founding mother" of Hebrew poetry.
Wendy Zierler shares the story of how she learned Hebrew at day school — after her parents traded small-town success for the Jewish community of a big city.
The Israel Postal Company is sorry for your inconvenience, in English. In Hebrew, it's more apathetic, both to postal "mishaps" and readers' possible non-maleness.
How scholar Adam Rovner's move from Israel to Indiana deepened his appreciation of Hebrew, thanks to one of Israel's most classic authors.
The United States should embrace its legacy of compassion towards immigrants and refugees, not its history of xenophobia
Americans should remember their history as immigrants and refugees, says Prof. Kathie Friedman-Kasaba, and how xenophobic restrictions have targeted many groups in the past.
The complexities of translating "Wonder Woman" into Hebrew can help us to think about what it means to be a "woman of valor."
Three Years of the Sephardic Studies Program at a glance.