Jewish Studies at Northeastern offers the opportunity to explore the history, cultures, and religion of the Jewish people. Read More>>
Upcoming Event 02/09/2016
Discussion with Professor William S. Miles, Professor of Political Science at Northeastern University Beyond the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and tugs of war over Judaism, far from Tel Aviv and Jerusalem other realities also define the Jewish State. Throughout the Fall semester, Professor Miles embedded himself in a village in the far north, near the border with…
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PROFESSOR JENNIFER SARTORI
Having grown up in Middle America in an Old World family, Jennifer Sartori has understandably been drawn to issues of Jewish identity and Jewish history. She was reared in Lincoln, Nebraska, a small city with about 2,000 Jews, making her acutely aware of being different. Her grandparents’ stories ...
Zachary Corenblum’s family odyssey began in Odessa and ended in Birmingham, AL. Corenblum, a History major and Jewish Studies minor and this fall’s recipient of the Brudnick Scholarship in Jewish Studies, grew up in Birmingham, AL. The family arrived there via the Ukraine. His paternal gran...