Marty Jaffee Brings Rabbinic Voices from the Cairo Geniza to the E-Book

Prof. Marty Jaffe’s e-book translation of the Sifre Devarim brings a poetic perspective to a seminal piece of rabbinic commentary.

Mapping Memory: Claude Vigée

The story of an Alsatian-Jewish medical student who helped others escape danger during World War II.

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Mapping Memory: Werner Cahn

Trace the journey of a Dutch electrician who escaped the war through Spain and made his way to Haifa.

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Mapping Memory: Lisa Fittko

An intrepid activist who helped refugees across the border at great risk to her own life.

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JewDub Talks on the Cold War, Muslim-Jewish Ties, Peoplehood, and Jewish Art

One night. Four talks. Endless possibilities. Catch the 3rd annual JewDub Talks on Jan. 29th!

Jewish Studies Goes Digital

How the Stroum Center is reaching broader audiences with interactive online projects.

Digital American Jewish History

An online gallery of student projects from Prof. Noam Pianko's Spring 2014 course.

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Jewish Studies for What?

Probing the relationship among Jewish Studies, universities, and the public.