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Unusual Jewish news from around the world. Up this week: Lag B'omer traditions and Bedouins in the IDF.
Unusual Jewish news. Up this week: an Afghan geniza, Jerusalem train pranks, and more.
Announcing the launch of four terrific videos from our groundbreaking JewDub Talks!
Sephardic songs from several centuries will be featured in Guy Mendilow's concert. Get your tickets today for the last event in our blockbuster series!
No latte required: Sarah Zaides reports on the stimulating takeaways from JewDub Talks.
Devin Naar's new blog series sheds light on rare Ladino artifacts found here in Seattle.
The Golden Rule, reconsidered: insights from this year's Stroum Learn-in.
From kabobs to nighttime concerts, Sarah Zaides shares the best of her summer in Jlem.
How important are those little notes in the margins? An Israeli film about academic hijinks prompts a reflection.
Experience Jewish Studies in a dynamic new format on November 8th.
What a book's popularity says about its audience.
Sarah Stroup, UW Classics Professor, reflects on the human drive to explain our world with myths.
Sarah Zaides dives under the surface of her Jerusalem pool and finds unexpected benefits of staying fit abroad.
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.
Around the world in four clicks: a fresh serving of news, brought to you by JewDub.
Steven Cohen's first Stroum Lecture describes a group he calls "Borderland Jews."
Now showing on JewDub TV: Steven Cohen's lecture on the America-Israel connection.
User-friendly or clunky? A Seattle rabbi weighs in on the Foer/Englander blockbuster.
Hear why Simon Greer thinks the Stroum Jewish Studies Program is ahead of the curve!
Young leaders of Seattle's Jewish community debate new demographic trends at Cohen learn-in.
SJSP is co-sponsoring this lecture by award-winning historian Timothy Snyder.