Maggie Rosenau

Maggie Rosenau recognized for contributions to preserving a less commonly taught language

Oct. 11, 2023

A new University of Colorado Boulder online language class is aiming to preserve an endangered language and create access to an important aspect of culture and identity. Beginning Tibetan is the result of the work of Tenzin Tsepak, a teaching professor of Tibetan in the CAS, and Maggie Rosenau, an...

Angela Watts

Angela Watts receives Dean’s Innovation Fund for new Peer Mentoring Pilot Program

Jan. 17, 2023

Angela Watts is a recipient of this year’s Dean’s Innovation Fund for her proposal for a Peer Mentoring Pilot Program. You can learn about each of the 17 successful proposals, including Watt’s project, here.

Maggie Rosenau

Maggie Rosenau published a piece on academic ableism and disability justice for the DDGC scholarly collective

Jan. 17, 2023

Maggie Rosenau (they/she) published a new piece for the Diversity, Decolonization, and the German Curriculum Collective. It is a reflection on current conversations around academic ableism and disability justice and shares resources for building accessibility and mutual aid into the classroom. You can read it here .

Angela Watts

Angela Watts relaunches the Undergraduate Student Advisory Board

Dec. 7, 2022

Angela Watts is relaunching the Undergraduate Student Advisory Board for the Program in Jewish Studies! The Jewish Studies Undergraduate Student Advisory Board is a professional development student organization which provides undergraduate students with the opportunity to have a direct impact on their Jewish Studies education.

Maggie Rosenau

Maggie Rosenau contributes to DDGC Mutual Aid Teach-In

Nov. 22, 2022

Maggie Rosenau (they/she) contributed to the Diversity, Decolonization, and German Curriculum group teach-in on October 20, 2022, focusing on mutual aid in academia and how to build community, infrastructures, and solidarity. Maggie's contribution can be viewed here , and you can learn more about the DDGS Mutual Aid group here...

CU Campus in fall

What's New in Jewish Studies, 2022-2023

Aug. 22, 2022

As we enter the 2022-2023 academic year, we are pleased to announce a variety of new developments in the Program in Jewish Studies at CU Boulder. We are very excited to welcome two new members to Jewish Studies, Thomas Pegelow Kaplan , the new Louis P. Singer Endowed Chair in...

Maggie Rosenau

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

June 1, 2022

Maggie Rosenau (they/she) 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.

Professor Elias Sacks

Message from the Director: COVID-19 Response from the Program in Jewish Studies

March 20, 2020

As we complete our first full week of the “new normal” of online learning and remote work here at the University of Colorado Boulder, I write to you with an offer of support and a message of gratitude. First and foremost, I want to say that the Program in Jewish...

Tyler Lehrer

Tyler Lehrer Wins Ray Hauser Award

March 24, 2016

Tyler A. Lehrer , MA candidate in Religious Studies and Outreach and Adminstrative Coordinator for the Program in Jewish Studies, won the Ray Hauser Award from the University of Colorado Graduate School to travel to Sri Lanka to conduct MA thesis research. This award is given in recognition of Ray...

Tyler Lehrer

Tyler Lehrer Presents at Annual AAR Conference, Prepares for Research in Sri Lanka

Dec. 8, 2015

Tyler Lehrer , Outreach & Administrative Coordinator for the Program in Jewish Studies and MA Candidate in Religious Studies, recently presented a paper at the annual American Academy of Religion conference in Atlanta, GA on November 22nd. Tyler's paper, “Reframing Authority: Buddhist Blogging and the Theravāda Bhikkhunī Ordination Dispute” was...