Program Director's Welcome
Welcome back! The Jewish Studies Program offers students a vibrant, interdisciplinary array of courses from Ancient Jewish History to Contemporary Multiculturalism. In addition to multiple levels of Hebrew, we offer courses in Jewish culture from antiquity to modernity. Want to know more about what Jewish Studies is? Students of all years (not just freshmen!) can sign up for Prof. Lampert-Weissig's course this fall featuring visits from faculty teaching and writing about Jewish Studies from a variety of perspectives. Our faculty publish on a broad range of topics, including the Bible, Medieval literature, Rabbinic history, Modern German culture, biblical archeology, and Soviet Yiddish poetry. Our program offers students from all backgrounds, with or without past knowledge of Jewish texts or languages, to explore Jewishness and Judaism in an academic setting. Students are encouraged to pursue their own research projects through independent study courses with faculty members. Want to see us teach a course we haven't offered in a while? Send us an email! Or stop by to say hello. We'd love to get to know you.
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Yiddish Language Conversation Table
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