Prof. Sinkoff publishes piece on the plight of refugee children from Ukraine

"My Child, You Are a Refugee": 1942 poem achingly familiar today The ForwardApril 4, 2022   Read...

Prof. Raucher's op-ed published in NBC News

Religious women have abortions, too. And many faiths affirm abortion rights. It's long overdue for...

Faculty book named in top 26 books in Jewish History to read in 2022

Professor Nancy Sinkoff's book, From Left to Right: Lucy S. Dawidowicz, the New York...

Rutgers Students Decipher the Hieroglyphics of Ancient Egypt

Written by John Chadwick | SAS Senior Writer Challenging new class offered for the first time at...

Facing Hate: Antisemitism, Race, and White Supremacy, a free webinar hosted by @Facing History

December 8, 20217 PM ET | 4 PM PT Professors Paola Tartakoff and Anthony Appiah will discuss how...

Podcast with Prof. Michal Raucher discussing "How Jews Talk about Abortion"

Michal Raucher featured on the podcast "Identity Crisis, " speaking on "How Jews Talk about...

Different times, same questions

Different times, same questions Rutgers’ Nancy Sinkoff will talk about Europe, America, and Lucy...

Prof. Raucher receives Emory RISE seed award

Michal Raucher has received an Emory RISE seed award for her project "Abortion and Religion:...

Nonnie Sinoff receives Henry Rutgers Scholar Award

Annabelle "Nonnie" Sinoff, Class of 2021 English majorJewish Studies and Business Administration...

Graduating senior, Christine Jensen, profiled by SAS

Christine Jensen, Class of 2021 Jewish Studies and Religion double majorHistory minor   A Rutgers...

Professor Nancy Sinkoff presents a public lecture at Baruch College

The Sandra Kahn Wasserman Jewish Studies Center at Baruch College, CUNY proudly presents a public...

Apply Now for Student Awards

Student Awards Spring 2021 award applications now being accepted until March 22. Click for...

Professor Nancy Sinkoff wins 2020 National Jewish Book Award

Professor Nancy Sinkoff wins 2020 National Jewish Book Award in the category of biography Jew­ish Book...

Study Yiddish This Summer!

Several summer programs that offer instruction in Yiddish language, literature, and culture are...

Prof. Jeffrey Shandler featured on the podcast What's New, What's Next? Jewish Studies in the Time of Pandemic

Episode 5: Epidemics in Yiddish Literature Listen to the podcast Professor Jeffrey Shandler...

Teaching about Antisemitism

Michael Brenner (American University), Pamela S. Nadell (American University), Paola Tartakoff...

Professor Gary Rendsburg appointed Research Fellow at the Getty Villa

PHOENICIANS, PHILISTINES, AND CANAANITES: THE LEVANT AND THE CLASSICAL WORLD Getty Villa, Los...

Moya Bedward awarded a New Directions in Jewish Studies Lectureship

Moya Bedward (PhD candidate, History) has been awarded a New Directions in Jewish Studies...

Annabelle (Nonnie) Sinoff completes Honors College Capstone Project

One of the current worldwide research projects is entitled “Hebrew Books within Books.”  With the...