15th Anniversary Showcase

December 19, 2017

The community is invited to campus to experience what Jewish studies means at Carolina. This 15th Anniversary Showcase features our faculty and graduate students giving personal, short “Ted Talk” presentations and demonstrations that bring their research and expertise to life. … Continued

Fall 2017 Newsletter

December 6, 2017

Our newest edition is hot off the press, featuring our campaign priorities, faculty and student news, and a message from our Acting Director.   Read it online now.   If you’d like a copied mailed to your home, just sign … Continued

Uhlman Family Seminar 2018

December 5, 2017

The Uhlman Family Seminar, a collaboration of the Carolina Center for Jewish Studies and Carolina Public Humanities, is scheduled for March 24, 2018   Recent controversies over monuments featuring leaders and soldiers of the Confederacy in the American Civil War … Continued

Faculty Book: Framing Sukkot

November 7, 2017

Now available by the Center’s Gabrielle Berlinger: Framing Sukkot: Tradition and Transformation in Jewish Vernacular Architecture The sukkah, the symbolic ritual home built during the annual Jewish holiday of Sukkot, commemorates the temporary structures that sheltered the Israelites as they … Continued

Faculty Book: Deborah and Her Sisters

November 3, 2017

Now Available by the Center’s Jonathan M. Hess Deborah and Her Sisters: How One Nineteenth-Century Melodrama and a Host of Celebrated Actresses Put Judaism on the World Stage Before Fiddler on the Roof, there was Deborah, a blockbuster melodrama about … Continued

Spring 2018 Course Offerings

October 24, 2017

  Carolina students can enroll 17 courses in Jewish Studies or with Jewish Studies content in spring 2018 semester, with topics ranging from The Renaissance and the Jews, to Modern East European Jewish History, to The Arab-Jews: Culture, Community and … Continued

Thuswaldner Lecture

October 17, 2017

Professors Yaakov Ariel [left] and Jonathan Hess [right] with Gregor Thuswaldner at the Oct 16th lecture, titled: Between Utopia and Reality: Stefan Zweig’s Europe.   Our next event is Monday, November 13. Event details.

Campaign for Carolina

October 6, 2017

On Oct. 6, 2017, Carolina launched its most ambitious fundraising campaign ever—For All Kind: The Campaign for Carolina—a bold effort aimed at fostering an innovation generation prepared to lead the world to a better future through research and scholarship, example … Continued