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Offering an interdisciplinary approach to the study of the history, religion, social experience and culture of the Jewish people.

By bringing a variety of fields and disciplines to bear on its subject, the Judaic Studies Program at Case Western Reserve University conveys to students the complex interaction of forces that create Jewish ethnic identity. Students completing the program will have a broad knowledge of the field along with the tools necessary for continued academic study of Jewish civilization in all its manifestations.


Modern Hebrew Program


Study in Israel Opportunities


Judaic Studies eJournal




Jay Geller, the first Samuel Rosenthal Professor of Judaic Studies, reconstructs modern Jewish history.  Read the full article in the Fall/ Winter 2011 issue of Art/ Sci Magazine! 



Western Jewish Studies Association

Spring Conference May 4-5 2014


WJSA Call for Papers


WJSA Membership Form



British Association for Jewish Studies Annual Conference 2014
Preliminary Call for Papers:


Xth Congress of the European Association for Jewish Studies Call for papers:


Biennial Scholars' Conference on American Jewish History Call for Papers:




For more information, contact:

Dr. Peter Haas
Director, Judaic Studies Program
Department of Religious Studies
Tomlinson Hall
Case Western Reserve University
10900 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44106-7112

Dr. Judith Neulander
Co-Director, Judaic Studies Program        
Editor, Judaic studies eJournal