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A Tar Heel in the Knesset

February 1, 2023

We are pleased to co-sponsor this event hosted by UNC Hillel: A TAR HEEL IN THE KNESSET:  MAKING SENSE OF ISRAEL’S TUMULTUOUS PARLIAMENT WITH ALON TAL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16 AT 7:00PM Hitchcock Room, Stone Center, 150 South Road, UNC-Chapel Hill As the seventh American citizen … Continued

Grad Student: Career Roundtable

February 1, 2023

March 1, 2022, 4:30pm, Hyde Hall Incubator Room. Hybrid Event. The Center’s grad student network event for 2022-23 will feature a panel of our alumni, and our recently hired faculty member, in a variety of academic and academic-adjacent positions to … Continued

Mizrahim and Zionism: A History

February 1, 2023

We hope you will join us: Tuesday, February 7, 2023. 5:30pm, Hyde Hall University Room [in-person event]. Free and open to the public. Parking: Swain Lot. (A limited number of reserved/free parking spaces are available in Swain lot; otherwise night … Continued

Annual Holocaust Remembrance Lecture

January 27, 2023

Annual Holocaust Remembrance Day Lecture Jewish Perceptions of Justice Kaplan-Brauer Lecture in Jewish Studies with Dr. Laura Jockusch, Brandeis University. January 30, 5:30pm. In-person lecture, free and open to the public. UNC Stone Center, Multi-Purpose Room Parking: Bell Tower Deck. … Continued

Commitment

December 5, 2022

Since our founding in 2003, the Carolina Center for Jewish Studies has created programming, developed courses, organized conferences, and hosted community events to address the challenges described in this pledge. We take seriously our responsibility to promote a better understanding … Continued

Grants for Grad Students

December 2, 2022

Thanks to  generous private support, the Carolina Center for Jewish Studies is able to offer several different types of grants supporting graduate student research and travel, including: dissertation completion fellowships for 2023-24 – deadline January 23, 2023 Jewish language instruction … Continued

Now Showing: Fall Lectures

November 15, 2022

If you missed any of our lectures and events this fall semester, they are all posted on our YouTube channel for viewing. September’s Evans Lecture with alumna Naomi Graber October’s special event with poet Ronny Someck November’s Margolis Lecture with … Continued

Recruiting: Faculty Position in Medieval/Early Modern Jewish History

November 11, 2022

Assistant Professor in Medieval/Early Modern Jewish History The Department of History at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, invites applications for a tenure-track position as assistant professor in medieval/early modern Jewish history. The successful applicant will also hold the … Continued