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Tiya-Miles

 

2021 STEPHANIE M.H. CAMP LECTURE

UW Libraries and the Department of History hosted the Stephanie M.H. Camp Endowed lecture featuring Tiya Miles, “A Tattered Dress”: Materiality and Memory in the Lives of Enslaved Women on May 19th.

 

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Artist Images

Since 1999 the University of Washington Libraries Artist Images lecture has served as a celebration of artists in the Pacific Northwest. For the 2021 edition, artist, Juan Alonso-Rodríguez, will be interviewed by Vivian Phillips about his work. Join us on October 28 at 4:30 pm for this virtual presentation.

 

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The Jews in Kaifeng: Yesterday and Today

UNVEILING THE HISTORY OF AN “ORPHAN COLONY”: THE CHINESE JEWS OF KAIFENG PROJECT was funded by a Friends of the Libraries award.
A group of Jews lived in the city of Kaifeng, in today’s Henan province, uninterrupted for nearly a thousand years, gradually losing contact with outside Jewry. View the Online Exhibition or The Chinese Jews of Kaifeng recorded lecture by Rabbi Anson Laytner.