Two of our graduate students were hooded in May: Samuel Kessler and Annegret Oehme.

 

Annegret, who came from Germany in 2010 to enter the Carolina-Duke Graduate Program in German Studies in order to study Old Yiddish, will soon start a faculty position at the University of Washington in Seattle.

 

Sam is now headed to Virginia Tech as a postdoctoral fellow in Judaic Studies. Both of them will teach future generations in Jewish studies and will share their experiences from taking courses in Jewish studies at UNC and participating in the Center’s interdisciplinary group of graduate students.

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