Discussions

CONF: Australian Association For Jewish Studies Annual Conference February 14 & 15 - Melbourne and Online

The Australia Association for Jewish Studies (AAJS) annual conference will be held Monday & Tuesday February 14-15 (AEST), both via zoom and in-person at Deakin University Downtown, Melbourne CBD, with the theme: 'Jewish History in a Global Context - Telling Transnational Stories.'

Passing of Prof. Dianne Ashton

H-Judaic is deeply saddened by the sudden and untimely passing of Dr. Dianne Ashton (1949-2022), Professor Emerita, Director of American Studies, and Past Chair of the Department of Philosophy and Religion at Rowan College, where she had taught since 1987.  A Ph.D. from Temple University, Prof.

ANN: Program for Jewish Educators and Activists 2022-2023 - Paideia the European Institute for Jewish Studies

Paideia the European Institute for Jewish Studies has opened the recruitment process for an intense One-Year Jewish Studies Program and is looking for educators, activists and future leaders interested to 

EVENT: The Sally & Ralph Duchin Campus Lecture Series with Dr. Anna Hajkova, Ph.D.

The Arizona Center for Judaic Studies at The University of Arizona welcomes you to attend The Sally & Ralph Duchin Campus Lecture Series with special guest Dr. Anna Hajkova, Ph.D.
     
Tuesday, January 25, 2022 | 4:00PM-5:00PM (AZ Time)
Zoom Registration Link: https://arizona.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_C_hYHtjTQii0Ctu8WH8BQQ

CFA: Spinoza Postdoctoral Fellowship Award, University of Haifa

 

Dear colleagues, 

 

The Department of Jewish History and Bible at the University of Haifa is thrilled to announce this year's call for applications for the Spinoza Postdoctoral Fellowship Award. 

 

For the call, please see https://www.academia.edu/68805995/Spinoza_Postdoctoral_Fellowship_CALL_קול_קורא_מלגת_שפינוזה_תשפג

CFP: Judaica: Neue digitale Folge

Judaica: Neue digitale Folge (JNDF) is a peer-reviewed academic journal covering all areas of Jewish Studies from antiquity to modernity. It is the successor to Judaica. Beiträge zum Verstehen des Judentums (ed. by ZIID – Zurich Institute for Interreligious Dialogue), which was published in 74 volumes as a print version. Like its predecessor journal, it has a strong link to Jewish Studies at Swiss universities, and an international outlook—with authors and reviewers from all over the world.

EVENT: Katz Center Online Lecture Series: Spring 2022

Each year, the Herbert D. Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies at the University of Pennsylvania offers a lineup of public programs to share the fruits of scholarly research with wider audiences. These lectures feature current fellows along with colleagues from across the field talking about new and critical issues in Jewish studies. 

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