Photo of books on a shelf from the Post-Holocaust American Judaism Collections, Richard Campbell Collection

Post-Holocaust American Judaism Collections Seeks Undergraduate Student Employee

Feb. 2, 2018

Program in Jewish Studies – University Libraries – The Yesod Foundation Post-Holocaust American Judaism Undergraduate Student Employee The Program in Jewish Studies and the University Libraries Special Collections and Archives, in conjunction with The Yesod Foundation, are pleased to announce a new undergraduate student employment opportunity in the Post-Holocaust American...

Professor Brian Catlos headshot

Professor Brian Catlos Awarded 2018 Haskins Medal

Feb. 1, 2018

The 2018 Haskins Medal is awarded to Professor Brian Catlos for his monograph, Muslims of Medieval Latin Christendom , c. 1050-1614 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015). Below is the full announcement from the Medieval Academy of America. Awarding the coveted Charles Homer Haskins Medal to Brian Catlos for his Muslims...

Students sitting in theater seating at graduation, dressed in cap & gown

Now Hiring: Instructor in Jewish Studies

Jan. 29, 2018

The Program in Jewish Studies is an academic, degree-granting program at the University of Colorado Boulder. Open to students of all backgrounds, Jewish and non-Jewish, PJS’s mission is to provide students with an outstanding, interdisciplinary, liberal arts education in Jewish history, literature, language, and culture. The Program fosters critical thought,...

Professor Nan Goodman with students touring the Post-Holocaust American Judaism Collections

Two New Scholarships in Jewish Studies Offer Exciting Opportunities for Undergraduates

Nov. 29, 2017

The Program in Jewish Studies is excited to announce two new undergraduate opportunities for the Spring 2018 semester. The Post-Holocaust American Judaism Collections Undergraduate Scholarship in the amount of $1000 is presented in conjunction with the University Libraries Special Collections and Archives and gives undergraduates hands-on experience in our PHAJ...

Internship students learning outside during their weekly class

Undergraduates: Strengthen Your Resume with an Internship in Jewish Studies

Nov. 28, 2017

Build real, hands-on work experience through the Internship in Jewish Studies! Come to us with your interests and we will place you with a local non-profit, educational institution, political office, medical school, or other site for a semester of service learning. Interns work 7-10 hours per week at their internship...

Doctors and staff of the Lodz Ghetto Hospital, Poland, 1940-1944

Pioneering CU Boulder & Anschutz Course Explores Ethics and Medicine during the Holocaust

Nov. 28, 2017

The Program in Jewish Studies is excited to announce a brand-new course for Spring 2018, Ethics, Medicine, and the Holocaust: Legacies in Health and Society (JWST 4800/5800). The course is offered in collaboration between the CU Boulder and Anschutz Medical campuses, offering a unique opportunity for students to learn with...

Gregg Drinkwater, Doctoral Candidate

Gregg Drinkwater Conducted Research on the History of Judaism and Homosexuality

Oct. 9, 2017

Over the summer, Gregg Drinkwater, a doctoral candidate in history and Jewish studies, conducted dissertation research at archives in Cincinnati, New York City, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. Drinkwater is writing a dissertation exploring the social and cultural history of the encounters between American Judaism and homosexuality in the post-World...

Now Hiring: Lecturer in Jewish Studies

Oct. 5, 2017

The Program in Jewish Studies is an academic, degree-granting program at the University of Colorado Boulder. Open to students of all backgrounds, Jewish and non-Jewish, PJS’s mission is to provide students with an outstanding, interdisciplinary, liberal arts education in Jewish history, literature, language, and culture. The Program in Jewish Studies...

Beverly Weber

Professor Beverly Weber publishes article, "The German Refugee "Crisis" after Cologne: The Race of Refugee Rights"

Sept. 28, 2017

Beverly Weber's most recent article on contemporary refugee migration in Germany, "The German Refugee “Crisis” after Cologne: The Race of Refugee Rights" has appeared in English Language Notes over the summer. She also conducted research in Germany this summer for her book manuscript Race, Rights and Refugee Migration. This fall...

American Literature and the New Puritan Studies

Nan Goodman Publishes Article on Sabbatai Sevi

Sept. 26, 2017

Nan Goodman , Director of the Program in Jewish Studies and Professor of English, publishes "Sabbatai Sevi and the Ottoman Jews in Increase Mather’s The Mystery of Israel’s Salvation, ” in New Approaches to Puritan Studies , ed. Bryce Traister, Cambridge University Press.

Pages