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Please check out the following programs, course offerings and resources offered by the Carolina Center for Jewish Studies, the College of Arts and Sciences and the University:


JWST 390: Confronting Antisemitism – this undergraduate course will be offered again in spring 2022 semester, and this will be the third year that the course is offered. Details:


Annual Holocaust Remembrance Day event – held each year in late January, this event features guest speakers who address a variety of Holocaust-related topics. The January 2022 event will feature Patricia Heberer-Rice, U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. Event details will be posted soon.

The 2021 Holocaust Remembrance Day event video is available on our YouTube site:


Countering Hate – is an initiative overseen by the office of the Dean for the College of Arts and Sciences. It was launched in 2019 and programming for this academic year will be posted soon. Details:


Reconsidering Antisemitism – the Center’s first multi-day, international conference looked at antisemitism in historical and current times. Conference materials/details:


Hillel: Programs and student services for Carolina students are provided by the campus Hillel. Details:


Campus Services: Carolina faculty, staff and students can receive support and report discrimination/misconduct via several on-campus programs. Details:


Commitment Statement: View the Center’s commitment pledge. Details:


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