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  • Weeknight Parking on Campus

    Reminder: Weeknight Parking begins! Students, be sure to register for your weeknight parking pass! Visitors, please be aware that parking in Swain Lot (between Hill Hall and Kenan) will now be $1 per night. Many of our events will be … Continued

  • Countering Hate Initiative

    Recently, the UNC-Chapel Hill community, like others across the United States, has experienced painful incidents of racism, antisemitism, and Islamophobia, leading to increased feelings of fear and vulnerability on campus. In addition, less visible forms of racism permeate our everyday … Continued

  • Fall 2019 Newsletter

    Our fall 2019 newsletter is available online, featuring the summer research activities of several of our graduate students, an update on the Huqoq archaeological dig, the campaign update, and news briefs. If you’d like to join our mailing list to … Continued

  • Aug 26 Lecture: How Biblical Poetry Works

    Lecture with Jacqueline Vayntrub of Yale University: Aug 26, 5:30pm, Hill Hall. Free and Open to the Public How Biblical Poetry Works: What makes the poetry of the Bible different from other ancient poetic traditions? Placed in its ancient Near … Continued

  • Enroll Now: Sounding “Jewish”: Music, Race, Memory

    Now enrolling for fall 2019 Semester: JWST 697: Capstone Course in Jewish Studies: Sounding “Jewish”: Music, Race, Memory. JWST 697 is required for the B.A. in Religious Studies/Jewish Studies.  

  • Internships for both Undergrads and Grad Students

    Student Internship, 2019-2020   The Carolina Center for Jewish Studies is accepting applications for paid, undergraduate and graduate student internships for the 2019-2020 academic year.   Established in 2003, the Carolina Center for Jewish Studies at the University of North … Continued

  • Documenting an archaeological dig

    Fourteen Carolina media and journalism students tapped into what they’re learning in the classroom to document an archaeological dig site in Israel. As part of the Documenting the Dig course, 14 School of Media and Journalism students followed one of … Continued

  • Newly-discovered 1,600-year-old mosaic sheds light on ancient Judaism

    The Center’s Jodi Magness, along with a group of Carolina students, uncover another stunning mosaic this summer in Huqoq. For nine years running, Carolina professor Jodi Magness has led a team of research specialists and students to the ancient village … Continued

  • Spring Newsletter

    Our spring 2019 newsletter is available online, featuring the Wandering Objects and Moments of Enlightenment conferences, an undergrad in Poland and a grad student in the digital humanities, the campaign update, and news briefs. If you’d like to join our … Continued

  • Radio Interview for upcoming Understanding Antisemitism event

    Learn more about tomorrow’s Antisemitism: Left, Right, or Both event [Wed, 6p, Top of the Hill]… with this local radio interview with Prof Flora Cassen.  The event is organized by Public Humanities