Makena Mezistrano reflects on the sixth annual Ladino Day celebration.
Opportunity Grant winner Mohamed Elias explains why he chose to study Yiddish, and what he discovered when he did.
Opportunity Grant winner Kendra Berry explains how studying language builds empathy — especially in places where nationalistic narratives dominate.
The Ladino language is a fusion of old and new. Graduate Fellow Molly FitzMorris reports back on a UCLA conference that explored just this idea.
Novelist Dara Horn spoke with Denise Grollmus about her relationship with Hebrew, a language with "emotional and cosmic significance."
Molly FitzMorris, a UW Jewish Studies Graduate Fellow, studies the Ladino (Judeo-Spanish) of two distinct speech communities: Seattle and Buenos Aires.
Writing Ladino in Hebrew letters is a rare art form--one that Prof. David Bunis is passionate about teaching to his students.
When it comes to the Ladino Day controversy, David M. Bunis says we should consider the history of how Jews refer to their own languages.