Welcome to the Department of Judaic Studies
History • Philosophy • Hebrew • Yiddish • Literature • American Judaism • Sephardi and Mizrahi Studies • Israel Studies • Holocaust Studies
Community Internships and Honors Theses
Congratulations to Madison Jackson and Wade Melnick who completed two Internships. Madi put together the Hanukah House exhibition on Jewish Food from Around the World, and Wade sorted, catalogued, digitized parts of the Temple Concord Archive.
And congrats to Arly Mintz researched, wrote, and defended and received honors for her Pell Thesis on globalization and religious nationalism in Israel.
New Spring 2018 Courses
Jewish Resistance in Antiquity, At Home in the Diaspora, Credit Bearing Community Internships
The Department of Judaic Studies is offering two paid Summer Internships in cooperation with two leading Jewish institutions: Jewish Women's Archive (Boston) and the Museum at Eldridge Street (New York City).
Applications are due 9 February.
"Areas of Study"
The heart of the undergraduate program in Judaic Studies is found in a student's "Area of Study." Judaic Studies students shape their degree around a set of courses they choose. Students may focus their studies in Jewish history, philosophy, Yiddish culture, Judaism in America, Holocaust studies, Israel studies, religious studies, literature, and more.
BU offers courses in Hebrew and Yiddish for all levels. For more information about courses and placement, contact Professor Shoer (Hebrew) or Professor Glasman (Yiddish).
We now offer a BA in Hebrew Studies. Please contact Professor Shoer or Professor Friedman for details.
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Binghamton, NY 13902-6000
Support Judaic Studies
Please go to the Binghamton University Foundation website and follow the Foundation instructions.