Elias Sacks

Director Elias Sacks publishes a new book review in Modern Theology

June 20, 2022

Director Elias Sacks' review of Randi Rashkover's book "Nature and Norm: Judaism, Christianity, and the Theopolitical Problem” has been published in Modern Theology . You can access the review here.

Samira Mehta

Samira Mehta publishes another article in The Conversation

June 14, 2022

Views on abortion differ not only among major religious traditions, but within each one. Samira Mehta, CU expert on religion, gender and sexuality, shares on The Conversation. Read the article here .

Beverly Weber

Beverly Weber publishes a co-written article in a special issue of Feminist Formations

June 1, 2022

Beverly Weber has a new co-written article in the special issue of Feminist Formations: Time, Urgency, and Collaboration in the Corporate University . Read her article “ Decolonizing Time, Knowledge, and Disability on the Tenure Clock ” here.

Maggie Rosenau

Maggie Rosenau publishes a co-written article in a special issue of Feminist Formations

June 1, 2022

Maggie Rosenau has a new co-written article in the special issue of Feminist Formations: Time, Urgency, and Collaboration in the Corporate University . Read their article “ How to Deal with a Bully:Debility, Non-Production, and Radical Care ” here.

Samira Mehta

Samira Mehta publishes a new article about birth control in The Conversation

June 1, 2022

Samira Mehta recently published the article " Protestants and the pill: How US Christians helped make birth control mainstream ." Professor Mehta’s current project, God Bless the Pill? Sexuality, Contraception, and American Religion examines the role of Jewish, Catholic, and Protestant voices in competing moral logics of contraception, population control,...

Samira Mehta

Samira Mehta quoted in a new article in Religious News Service

May 16, 2022

Samira Mehta was quoted in a new article about sustainability and faith-based food practices. You can read the article here: Faith-based foodies don’t stop at kosher or halal in search of sustainable eating

Elias Sacks

Announcement from Director Elias Sacks

May 9, 2022

To the Program in Jewish Studies Community: I hope that this email finds you healthy and safe. As the 2021-2022 academic year comes to a close, I’m writing to share the news that, in January 2023, I'll be leaving the University of Colorado Boulder to become the Director of the...

Sam Boyd

Samuel Boyd's research featured in Colorado Arts and Sciences Magazine

April 22, 2022

Samuel Boyd shares his research on the Bible and its legal material in response to a sermon by Patriarch Kirill, the head of the Russian Orthodox Church, in which Kirill suggested the violation of “ God’s law ” provided divine license for the war against Ukraine. "Given these historical observations,...

Sam Boyd

Samuel Boyd publishes an article in The Conversation

March 9, 2022

Samuel Boyd recently published the article " Why Translating 'God's Law' to Government Law isn't Easy, " based on his research on the Bible and its legal material.

Eyal Rivlin

Eyal Rivlin will discuss the Nonbinary Hebrew Project at the upcoming Gender-Inclusive and Nonbinary Hebrew Conference

Feb. 21, 2022

Eyal Rivlin, co-creator of the Nonbinary Hebrew Project, will discuss the project and hold a Q&A session for Hebrew instructors at the upcoming free online conference “Gender-Inclusive and Nonbinary Hebrew: Innovations and Classroom Applications” hosted by the school of Languages, Literatures, & Cultures at the University of Maryland. The Nonbinary...

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