American University’s College of Arts and Sciences, Department of History, and Jewish Studies Program
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AU's interdisciplinary Jewish Studies Program's award-winning faculty teach the breadth of Jewish civilization.
The Borns Jewish Studies Program at Indiana University is one of the largest, oldest, and most comprehensive programs of its kind.
University of Connecticut Center for Judaic Studies and Contemporary Jewish Life offers Judaic Studies through creative scholarship, undergraduate and graduate courses, scholarly lectures, and community events.
Founded in 1683 in Leiden, the Netherlands, Brill is a leading international academic publisher in 20 main subject areas, including Middle East and Islamic Studies, Asian Studies, Classical Studies, History, Biblical and Religious Studies, Language & Linguistics, Biology, and International Law. With offices in Leiden (NL), Boston (US), Paderborn (GER) and Singapore (SG), Brill today publishes 272 journals and close to 1,200 new books and reference works each year, available in both print and electronic form. Brill also markets a large number of primary source research collections and databases. The company’s key customers are academic and research institutions, libraries, and scholars.
The Center for Jewish History in New York City illuminates history, culture, and heritage. The Center provides a collaborative home for five partner organizations: American Jewish Historical Society, American Sephardi Federation, Leo Baeck Institute, Yeshiva University Museum, and YIVO Institute for Jewish Research.
The partners’ archives comprise the world’s largest and most comprehensive archive of the modern Jewish experience outside of Israel. The collections span a thousand years, with more than 5 miles of archival documents (in dozens of languages and alphabet systems), more than 500,000 volumes, as well as thousands of artworks, textiles, ritual objects, recordings, films, and photographs. As one of the world’s foremost research institutions, the Center offers fellowships, a wide array of exhibitions, symposia, conferences and lectures. Visit www.cjh.org to learn more about the Center’s work and support for Jewish studies scholarship.
The Holocaust Educational Foundation of Northwestern University provides support of Holocuast education at institutions of higher learning around the world.
Rutgers University Press is dedicated to the advancement and dissemination of knowledge to scholars, students, and the general reading public. The Press reflects and extends the University’s core mission of research, instruction, and service. We enhance the work of our authors through exceptional publications that shape critical issues, spark debate, and enrich teaching throughout the world for a wide range of readers.
The Center hosts visiting scholars, bestows fellowships at USC and internationally, and organizes academic events, all with access to the Visual History Archive.
Wayne State University Press is a leading publisher of Great Lakes books, Judaica, and African American studies, as well as a wide range of other scholarly and general interest titles. The Press disseminates research, advances education, and serves the local community while expanding the international reputation of the Press and the University.
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