Katz Center, IIAS, and The Hebrew University partner for 2015 summer school for graduate students in Judaic studies

 

Herbert D. Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies

Jews on the Move:

Translocations, Transmissions & Transformations in Jewish Culture


July 5-9, 2015 in Jerusalem

Throughout recorded Jewish history, from antiquity to the present, Jews have relocated as immigrants, refugees, and travelers, and various kinds of movement--exile, migration, pilgrimage--as well as the movement of ideas and practice, have shaped Jewish history and culture. Jews on the Move is an intensive, week-long graduate level program. It offers the opportunity to work with internationally recognized scholars, in archives and libraries, and will include day trips in Jerusalem.

The summer program is geared toward graduate students from the various subfields of Jewish studies in the humanities and the social sciences, including students who are interested in various aspects of the Jewish past as well as those focused on present-day realities. For more information, please click here.

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