Jewish Studies at Northeastern offers the opportunity to explore the history, cultures, and religion of the Jewish people. Read More>>
Featured Event 04/13/2015
Author and academic Helen Epstein discussed the inter-generational effects of genocide on Monday evening at Northeastern University, delivering the 23rd Annual Robert Salomon Morton Memorial Lecture to students, faculty, and staff in the Raytheon Amphitheater…
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Max Abrahms is an Assistant Professor of Political Science who researches the strategic effectiveness of terrorism. Abrahms joined Northeastern University’s Political Science Department in 2013 after having received a Ph.D. in international relations and comparative politics from the University of California-Los Angeles, an M.Phil. in international relations from Oxford University, and a B.A. in political science and history from the University of Pennsylvania.
Nadav David, ’17, a Finance major minoring in both Jewish Studies and Social Entrepreneurship, received the Ruderman Scholarship in Jewish Studies for 2015. In this interview, he reflects on his academic experiences with Northeastern’s Jewish Studies program as well as his future plans.