» Largest annual gathering of Jewish Studies scholars worldwide
» Unique interdisciplinary mix of more than 1,100 participants
Holding positions/titles such as . . .
» Professors, adjuncts, lecturers
» PhD students and post-grads
» University/college department chairs and institute directors
» Researchers and scholars
» Secondary school educators
» Nonprofit executives/program directors
» Museum execs
» Curators of Judaica and Hebraica
» Art historians
» Hebrew and Yiddish teachers
In the fields of . . .
Religion • Philosophy • Languages • Jewish Literature – modern, medieval • Bible studies • Rabbinic literature • Yiddish studies • Hebrew studies • Holocaust studies • Jewish philosophy – modern, medieval • Jewish thought and theology – modern, medieval • Jewish history and culture in antiquity, medieval, modern times • Sephardi/ Mizrahi studies • Film and the arts • Jewish languages and linguistics • Pedagogy • Theology • Israel studies • Judeo-Islamic studies • Bioethics • Jewish music • Jewish mysticism • Social work • Classics • Anthropology
» Publishers, distributors and independent sellers of books, journals, films, and scholarly materials for classroom adoption and library purchase
» Publishers wishing to meet with current or potential authors/make acquisitions
» Vendors of services and products geared toward institutions of higher learning
» Digital media/software companies
» Universities wishing to recruit students, announce fellowships, and publicize job opportunities
» Foundations, museums and cultural institutions seeking to promote their programs, fellowships, and grants
» Booth size of your choice, in 10’x10’ units, including pipe and drape
» Carpeted exhibit hall
» Company ID sign
» Complimentary conference registration for exhibitor personnel (up to 4)
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