Recent path-breaking scholarship on modern Sephardic culture has emphasized the porous nature of the boundary that delineated (or that continues to delineate) “Sephardic” as a cultural or historical category, emphasizing, instead, the many cultural, material, and quotidian ties that linked Sephardim to non-Jews, and Jews of other backgrounds. This workshop will bring together junior scholars engaged with crossing, rethinking, and perhaps even redrawing the borders thought to delineate Sephardic culture and history.