Study Jewish History
Jews Around the Globe
The Jewish world is more ethnically and racially diverse than many people realize.
Just because Israel is a Jewish country doesn't mean all its Jews are the same.
The People of the Book on the Emerald Isle.
From bonfires to hanging menorahs to an extra candle, here are some lesser-known Jewish Hanukkah traditions from all over the globe.
Tolerance and assimilation led to the near-disappearance of a Chinese Jewish community over 1,000 years old.
Learn some choice phrases, including the most epic sneeze response ever, in this Sephardic language also known as Judeo-Spanish.
This Sephardic language, also known as Judeo-Spanish, has a rich history and is more accessible than you think.
The oldest and largest of the three Jewish communities in India.
Piecing together legends and stories.
How Jews fleeing Spain and Portugal transformed the region.
Photos and illustrations of Ukraine's historic synagogues provide a glimpse into Eastern European Jewish life throughout the last 500 years.
Asenath Barazani (also spelled Asnat or Osnat) led a yeshiva in 17th century Kurdistan.
Bukharan Jews are considered one of the oldest ethno-religious groups of Central Asia.
Though often confused with Sephardic Jews, Mizrahi Jews have a separate Middle Eastern heritage.
Once Europe's largest Jewish community, Ukraine has had a major influence on the development of Ashkenazi Jewish culture.