In the long history of the Diaspora, Jews have preserved Hebrew as a ritual language almost wherever they have gone; they have also developed their. . .
Much as vulgar language is acceptable in certain social situations but not in others, different forms of address are appropriate for different situations. Many European. . .
Seattle’s Jewish Transcript has appeared without interruption since 1924, sometimes playing a mediating role between the city’s Ashkenazi and Sephardi communities. A look at the. . .
Also known as Ladino, the language of Sephardi Jewry boasts poetic and musical treasures in danger of being lost; in Seattle, a group is working to conserve it.