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Holocaust Denial on Trial (HDOT)

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Tenenbaum Family Lectureship

Max K. and Mathilda Wertheim Stein Lecture

The Robinson Family Lectureship on Modern Israel

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Study Abroad Opportunities

Semester Abroad: Jewish Studies in Israel (beginning Fall 2006)

Semester Abroad: Jewish Studies in Prague, Czech Republic

Summer Abroad: European Sephardi Jewish Culture Trip

Israel Study Fund

There are supplementary funds available from the Israel Study Fund, which favors graduate students. Applicants should send a letter to the Jewish Studies office requesting these funds.

Other Study/Work Abroad Opportunities

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Jewish Studies Funds

David R. Blumenthal Fund

This fund shall be used as an award to be given annually for the best papers and/or projects which link the knowledges, insights, values and perspectives of Jewish realities to generically human concerns in thought or action; in ethics, literature, theology, exegesis, law, or the arts.

Undergraduate Grants in Jewish Studies

 

Graduate Student Summer Awards for Travel, Research, or Study

 

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