Congratulations, 2020 Paul Robeson Scholar!

Rebecca Chanin (class of 2020), double major in Political Science and Middle Eastern Studies, with...

Hebrew 405 at Michigan State University offered to Rutgers students

Prof. Shachar Pinsker offers an advanced Hebrew course at the University of Michigan in the coming...

Lifetime Achievement Award for Prof. Yael Zerubavel

Professor Yael Zerubavel is the winner of the AIS Lifetime Achievement Award for 2019. This award...

Virtual Celebration

Department of Jewish StudiesandAllen and Joan Bildner Center for the Study of Jewish Life Virtual...

Is There a Jewish Continuity Crisis?

TIMES OF CRISIS AND OPPORTUNITY: AN ONLINE SERIES WITH JTS FACULTY AND FELLOWS Is There a Jewish...

Take a Virtual Coffee Break

Click on over and chat about Jewish Studies Fall 2020 courses View Flyer     2020 Courses Paola...

Extended Deadline for Student Award Applications

Student Awards DEADLINE EXTENDED! Spring 2020 award applications now being accepted until April 1. Click...

Professor Nancy Sinkoff's new book published

From Left to Right: Lucy S. Dawidowicz, the New York Intellectuals, and the Politics of Jewish...

Orthodox Female Clergy Embodying Religious Authority

"Orthodox Female Clergy Embodying Religious Authority" article by Assistant Professor, Michal...

Dept. Chair, Paola Tartakoff, Announces New Book

Department Chair and Associate Professor, Paola Tartakoff's new book, Conversion, Circumcision, and...

How Do We Honor an anti-Feminist on International Women's Day?

Professor Nancy Sinkoff writes article on honoring anti-feminist American Jewish women during...