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Institute for the Study of Modern Israel

Holocaust Denial on Trial (HDOT)

Fred R. Crawford Witness to the Holocaust Project



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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