Our first event of the semester!
75 and a Pioneer: The Resilience of Israeli Elders Living Near the Gaza Strip
SCJS establishes Institute for Israel Studies
The Schusterman Center's Israel Studies Collaborative officially became the Institute for Israel Studies on January 1, 2015.
Professor Emeritus Seth L. Wolitz publishes Yiddish Modernism: Studies in Twentieth-Century Eastern European Jewish Culture (Slavica Publishers, Indiana University, 2014)
Wolitz's book includes 25 articles spanning over three decades of research.
Schusterman Center offers second annual travel award for research on Latin American Jewish topics at The University of Texas at Austin
The $4000 prize will provide travel and lodging for a short-term stay in the 2014–2015 academic year.
Currently enrolled graduate and undergraduate students may apply.
Rossen's work is the first full-length book to examine representations of Jewish identity in both modern and postmodern dance.
Dr. Lichtenstein was recognized by her peers for her outstanding undergraduate teaching.