The Program in Jewish Studies holds a number of collections directly related to Jewish studies fields in history, visual culture, art and art history, religious studies, international law, and political science. The Program works in conjunction with the University Libraries' Rare and Distinctive Collections, the CU Art Museum, and the Boulder Public Library's Maria Rogers Oral History Project on these collections.
The Lebowitz Collection of Twentieth-Century Jewish-American Literature, the Through Soviet Jewish Eyes Collection, the Fingesten Collection, and the Movers Archives help to continue CU's growth as a world-class institution supporting Jewish Studies. In addition, the collections catalyze the educational growth of a new crop of scholars ready to conduct original research, develop critical thinking and writing skills, and gain valuable insight into the ways in which how one develops a library, archive, human rights group, or religious movement. These collections can be explored by visiting the pages on the sidebar of this page.