Activists are raising awareness of the tragic kidnapping of thousands of Mizrahi Jewish babies in the 1950s through continued action and savvy social media organizing, writes Grad Fellow Vincent Calvetti-Wolf.
This year’s Ladino Day connected undergrad Tania Aronowitz and her family to their Sephardic roots.
How do folktales change when they are written down? Student Julie Tolmie reflects.
A first-time attendee at Ladino Day, Patrick Ho considers what makes Ladino personal.
The classic Israeli children's song, "Seesaw," asks children to imagine a fair and "balanced" society.
Dean's Medalist Annie Lewis, '18, a Jewish Studies minor, explains how Jewish Studies expands horizons and builds critical thinking skills.
“Can we discuss Turkey-Israel relations without mentioning this crisis?”: Interviewing foreign policy makers during a crisis
Talking about sensitive issues during a diplomatic crisis is hard but possible, Graduate Fellow Berkay Gulen found, while interviewing Israeli policy-makers during the tense spring of 2017.
Idan Raichel weaves together Ethiopian, Yemenite, Arab, Latin American and European influences in his music.