This past year, in the wake of the Sephardic Studies Program’s 10th anniversary, Harvey J. Sadis and Harriett M. Cody, a retired King County Superior Court judge, created the Jean and Joseph Sadis Sustainers Fund in Sephardic Studies as part of the newly launched Sustainers’ Circle, which represents the next stage of philanthropic support for SSP (Sephardic Studies Program).
Aki Yerushalayim published Devin E. Naar’s first Ladino short story, "Dos Ijikos i sus Nono" (‘Two Children and their Grandfather’).
Hannah S. Pressman describes her journey learning soletreo, and how it can help scholars and family historians alike access their Sephardic pasts.
With the tools learned in a textual studies course, Lauren Zarlingo encoded two English sections from La Vara, New York's longest running Ladino newspaper.
Graduate fellow Ben Lee explains how machine learning can help historians to learn from the photographs, illustrations and advertisements found in Ladino-language newspapers.
Matsa ads from American Ladino and Yiddish newspapers compel us to reconsider Jewish food history in the United States.