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The Tam Institute for Jewish Studies

Connecting scholars and students in the exploration of Jewish civilization and culture
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Q&A with Dr. Kate Rosenblatt

Dr. Rosenblatt first got to know Emory faculty and students as a TIJS Visiting Assistant Professor from 2017-2020. After the completion of a yearlong fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania’s Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies, Rosenblatt will return to Emory this fall to hold a joint appointment as Assistant Professor in TIJS and in the Department of Religion in the area of Modern Jewish Religious Cultures.

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Booked and Busy: Get to Know Your Librarian

With many students writing midterm papers or looking ahead to finals, the Robert W. Woodruff Library remains a vital resource that has not only adapted to the current pandemic but is actively expanding its offerings.  For example, subject librarians are available to help students and faculty find resources pertaining to specific subject areas.
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Alumna Leads the Field in Disability Advocacy

Last month was Jewish Disability Awareness, Acceptance, and Inclusion Month (JDAIM), a special time for Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi and the nonprofit she runs, RespectAbility. Mizrahi is also an Emory graduate—she received a BA in Jewish Studies and International Relations in 1986. 
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Scholarship, Companionship, and Healing

Professor Laura Levitt, who received her Ph.D. from Emory's Graduate Division of Religion in 1993, published The Objects that Remain last year. This work of creative nonfiction examines the power of objects and the trauma they hold by considering artifacts from United States Holocaust Museum, evidence in police custody, and even her own rape kit.
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