An interdepartmental program, Jewish Studies complements wide range of academic majors in the humanities and the sciences, empowering students of all backgrounds and professional goals with critical thinking and writing within and across disciplines.
The rich and diverse content of the Jewish experience underscores the complex nature of the universal human condition that incorporates the sacred & profane, secular & religious, home & homelessness,
class & classlessness, time & timelessness, power & powerlessness, race & ethnicity,
history & memory, culture & economy, nationality & internationality, particularity
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JValley Magazine (Oct. 2018):
Dr. Nava Ben Zvi, the Israel Prize recipient in 2018 visited our campus on October 10, 2018