The Stroum Center will join the other academic centers housed in the Jackson School. The new Sephardic Studies Program will be part of this exciting expansion.
Can a word like "peoplehood" bring together extremely diverse segments of Jews around the world? Noam Pianko's latest think piece.
Help yourself to our tasty menu of Fall Quarter courses. Art history, literature, and languages take center stage. Handy links included!
Prompted by his daughter's question, Professor Noam Pianko ponders issues of historical accuracy and the legacy of Spinoza.
Noam Pianko considers the evolving boundaries of Jewish peoplehood.
The fourth and final conversation in the 2012 Judaism and Social Justice series focused on the question of ending poverty in Seattle.