ucLADINO

ucLADINO is a student organization dedicated to promoting the use and knowledge of the Judeo-Spanish language(s). Judeo-Spanish (Ladino) is the language spoken by the Sephardic Jews that were expelled from the Iberian Peninsula at the end of the 15th century. The language is based on medieval Castilian, with linguistic influences from Hebrew, Arabic, Portuguese, Italian, French, Turkish, Greek and Serbo-Croatian. Over the centuries, the language has been written in the Hebrew alphabet, Rashi characters, Solitreo cursive, and most recently, Latin characters. Our group consists of undergraduate and graduate students from a variety of majors at UCLA. In addition to weekly language workshops, we hold quarterly guest lectures, and an annual symposium. This years symposium will be held on March 2-3, 2016, at the Charles E. Young Research Library. For our latest schedule, please visit our website.

Organizing Committee 2015-2016

Payton Phillips Quintanilla (Co-Director)
Cheri Robinson (Co-Director)
Franny Brogan 
Nitzaira Delgado García 

Faculty Advisors
Sarah Stein, History

Contact
Email: ucladino@yahoo.com
Attn: ucLADINO
UCLA Department of Spanish and Portuguese
5310 Rolfe Hall, Box 951532
Los Angeles , CA 90095-1532

Resources
Website: www.ucladino.com