Closing of Vol. 17 (2022) of Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations

The Editorial Board of Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations announces the closing of Volume 17, No. 1 (2022). Please visit the journal's website to see the current and past issues. SCJR is located at www.bc.edu/scjr

Peer-Reviewed Articles

Call for Essays (Vol. 18, 2023): “In the Wake of ‘We Remember’: Jews, Christians, and the Holocaust Today”

The 1998 publication We Remember: A Reflection on the Shoah by the Catholic Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews was a starting point for many discussions on Jewish-Christian relations. As a result, what has happened in Jewish-Christian dialogue over the last 25 years? What trajectories did We Remember set in motion? 

HMD EVENT: Development in Catholic Teaching about and Relations with Jews since World War II (January 23)

23 January, 2023

We are delighted to invite to a special lecture given by Professor Philip Cunningham, Professor at the Department of Theology and Religious Studies, and the Director of the Institute for Jewish-Catholic Relations at Saint Joseph’s University, PA, USA, on the topic: "Development in Catholic Teaching about and Relations with Jews since World War II".

Here are the details of this fascinating session.

TOC: Closing of Vol. 17 (2022) of Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations

The Editorial Board of Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations announces the closing of Volume 17, No. 1 (2022). Please visit the journal's website to see the current and past issues. SCJR is located at www.bc.edu/scjr

Peer-Reviewed Articles

Call for Essays (Vol. 18, 2023): “In the Wake of ‘We Remember’: Jews, Christians, and the Holocaust Today”

The 1998 publication We Remember: A Reflection on the Shoah by the Catholic Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews was a starting point for many discussions on Jewish-Christian relations. As a result, what has happened in Jewish-Christian dialogue over the last 25 years? What trajectories did We Remember set in motion? 

EVENT: Lecture from Professor Irven M. Resnick "A Wet-nurse Controversy: Jews, Christians, and later Medieval ‘Racism’" (May 31)

The Parkes Institute for the Study of Jewish/non-Jewish Relations (University of Southampton) invites you to register for the annual Reuter Lecture, this year given by Professor Irven M. Resnick (University of Tennessee at Chattanooga) and titled "A Wet-nurse Controversy: Jews, Christians, and later Medieval ‘Racism’".

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 
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