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NOW Virtual: Evans Lecture: Sept 19

September 15, 2022

This is now a remote/Zoom event. Remote-only event. If you missed this event, you can view it on our YouTube channel.     Eli N. Evans Distinguished Lecture in Jewish Studies with Dr. Naomi Graber, University of Georgia.   The … Continued

Fall Grant Cycle

September 6, 2022

The Center is accepting applications for the fall 2022 grant cycle. Applications for faculty and grad student research and travel grants and grad student Jewish language instruction are due by September 19, 2022, 5:00pm.   Eligibility: for Carolina faculty and … Continued

Fall 2022 Newsletter

August 24, 2022

The fall 2022 newsletter honors our founding chair Eli N. Evans, and includes student, faculty and alumni news, as well as an update on our grants program and upcoming events. Fall 2022 PDF

Grad Student Profile: Morgan Morales

August 24, 2022

I received the Spies Family Summer Stipend for summer 2022 from the Carolina Center for Jewish Studies. The Spies Family Stipend allows me to finally begin archival work on my dissertation, “A Matter of Life and Death: Jewish Women Who … Continued

Alumna Profile: Tine Rassalle

August 24, 2022

Alumna Profile: Tine Rassalle   In 2014, Tine Rassalle came to Carolina as the Center’s very first TEP Fellow, and, after more than seven years of intense study and research, she recently graduated and landed her dream job at the … Continued

Director’s Message: Fall 2022

August 24, 2022

Director’s Message: A Welcoming Community   I am delighted to introduce myself as the director of the Carolina Center for Jewish Studies. My colleague Ruth von Bernuth has done a fantastic job as director for the past nine years, and … Continued

Happy FDOC Fall 2022

August 15, 2022

Welcome [back] to campus everyone. Wishing you a fantastic fall semester! If you’re still looking for some GenEd credits, or an interesting course to fill out your schedule, check out the JWST courses! Details

Still Enrolling: JWST fall 2022

August 13, 2022

Carolina students: There’s still time to enroll in a JWST course for fall 2022…. there’s a wide range of topics to choose from, and the courses meet many GenEd requirements. Theses are just a few of the JWST courses that … Continued

Apply Now: Uhlman Fellowship in Jewish Studies Public Humanities

August 4, 2022

Carolina Center for Jewish Studies, in collaboration with Carolina Public Humanities (CPH), is pleased to announce the establishment of a fellowship for graduate students in Jewish studies: Uhlman Fellowship in Jewish Studies Public Humanities. The Uhlman Fellowship program is made … Continued