UW grad Regina Friedland '17 reflects on the power of Jewish Studies at UW.
Oscar Olivier was forced to flee the Belgian Congo in search of a stable life. His story weaves together the pursuit of freedom and justice, the power of resistance, and a deepening connection with Judaism.
Visiting Bethlehem on Christmas, Stroum Center Graduate Fellow Emily Gade discovers some interesting cultural commingling.
Jenna Mark's semester in Jerusalem taught her to have no expectations and an open mind when visiting the Middle East.
How a special book and the encouragement of a professor changed the course of his PhD research.
“Jewish Studies can impact the heart and the mind”: Beth Huppin on UW Jewish Studies and learning with Deborah Lipstadt
Seattle Jewish educator Beth Huppin describes how learning with Deborah Lipstadt and UW Jewish Studies in the 1970s changed her vision of Jewish education.
Denise Grollmus' discovery that her family had Jewish roots led her to study contemporary Jewish-Polish culture.
What does it mean to "feel" Jewish? In the wake of the Pew Survey on Jewish American life, Jeremy Derfner considers the changing shape of Jewish identity.