Frankel Center for Judaic Studies
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Dr. Shachar Pinsker recently translated Avrom Karpinovitsh's Yiddish text "Don't Forget," unfurling its message to a much larger spectrum of people who will find its message relevant to our world today.
“When we take a look at the situation in late Ottoman Palestine, we realize that Jews, Muslims and Christians lived next to one another in a coexistence where they were cognizant of one another’s religious identity and accepting one another.”
"Because learning leads to action"~Talmud Kiddushin 40b
Judaic Studies explores its key themes in an interdisciplinary fashion, using the tools of history, law, literature, and culture to investigate the broad sweep of nationhood, religion, language, and space.
Judaic Studies offers courses and degrees that help you engage in the world and plan for your future. Students examine the histories, cultures, and languages of the Jewish people. Working closely with distinguished faculty and prominent visitors, students develop individual responses to complex issues like religious faith, culutral pluralism, ethnic identity, and migration.
We strive to support our students and faculty on the front lines of learning and research and to steward our planet, our community, our campus. To do this, the Frankel Center for Judaic Studies needs your support.