In Progress: A book manuscript based on "Jewish Salonica and the Making of the 'Jerusalem of the Balkans,' 1890-1943," winner of the 2011 Elizabeth Spilman Rosenfield Prize awarded annually to the best written dissertation in the Department of History at Stanford University. "The Foundations of Salonican Jewish Historiography, 1892-1940," an article under preparation for a special issue of the journal, Jewish History (abstract accepted). Forthcoming: "Removing the 'Shroud of Forgetfulness': The Dispersal and Recovery of the Archives of the Jewish Communities of Greece," in Eyal Ginio, ed., The Jews of Greece (Jerusalem: Ben Zvi Institute) (in Hebrew translation).
Division: Ancient Mediterranean & Late Antique Near East
A description of Professor Naar's graduate fields is not yet available.
- Fall 2014 History Lecture Series, "The Great War and the Modern World" Begins Nov 5th - September 12, 2014
- Professor Devin Naar is "almost single-handedly saving the Ladino language." - August 11, 2014
- Reviving the Language and Culture of Sephardic Jews - March 10, 2014