This global intensive focuses on the conflict and overlap between history, memory and nationalism in one of the areas where the relationship between these three categories is the most fraught: Israel/Palestine. The spring course includes a 10-day intensive international component at the end of the semester. Scholarships available.
The Program in Jewish Studies explores Jewish culture, history, society and thought from a broad, interdisciplinary perspective. The Program reflects the core goals of Colorado’s flagship university: to provide an outstanding liberal arts education, to foster critical thought and to instill a keen appreciation of humanity’s interrelatedness and diversity.
Eyal Rivlin’s Non-Binary Hebrew Project has been acknowledged in the broader Jewish and non-Jewish worlds. The Reform Judaism website: https://reformjudaism.org/blog/7-jewish-endeavors-make-5782-sweet-new-year New York Times: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/09/01/crosswords/gender-language-nonbinary.html The last picture caption in the article mentions Rivlin's project.
A collection of archival holdings focused on Judaism and the Jewish-American experience from roughly the late 1940s to the present. Learn more about the materials currently housed in our PHAJ Collections.
The Program in Jewish Studies hosts a number of events that are free and open to students, faculty, staff, and community members throughout the academic year. Check out our events page to see what exciting events we have!