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Spring 2015 Calendar of Events (pdf)
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Video of Prof.Maha Darawsha Speaking to the Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Jerusalem Fox News Story on the Great Synagogue of Vilnius Spanish Language Newspaper with Interview with Prof. Freund Jewish Broadcasting Service Interview on Vilnius Ruins Middle East Teachers Workshop to be held on May 1st at Hartford Seminary Freund to receive honorary degree from JTS in the Connecticut Jewish Ledger "The Changing Landscape of American Jewish Fiction" in the Connecticut Jewish Ledger The Edward Lewis Wallant Award Brother Outsider: The Life of Bayard Rustin Viewing and Panel Discussion to be held on February 19th Regina Miller Jewish Education Lecture Featuring Andrea Kasper, Head of School at Solomon Schechter Day School of Greater Hartford will be held on Feb. 12 Prof. Freund to give lecture about recent excavation in Rhodes, Greece on Feb. 3 Spring 2015 Judaic Studies Course Offerings 2015 Muriel Hoff American Jewish Poetry Contest (undergraduate submissions only) Freund writes article for Conservative Judaism; click here to read the article Freund speaks at UConn Symposium on Marshall Meyer The Sobibor Documentation Project N. Richard Greenfield Lecture on Jewish Journalism - Conversation with Laurel Leff Exhibit Opening of "1945: Liberation" on October 6, 2014 Exhibit Closing of "Return to the Land: Jewish Farming Around the World" on September 28, 2014 The Roots and Fruits of Jewish Farming Like the Greenberg Center on Facebook! Make a Gift to Support the Work of the Greenberg Center The Greenberg Center is on YouTube! Kwibuka Means Zachor An artist who is Jewish, but not a "Jewish artist" The Lost City of Atlantis - Now Found?
Holocaust and Genocide Education Initiative

About the Initiative
Holocaust Educators Workshop

October 27, 2014 - Workshop Schedule (pdf)
In Our Own Words Interview Project

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Rhodes, Greece Excavation Project

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Past Exhibition in the Museum of Jewish Civilization: "Genocide: Israel Charny and the Scourge of the 20th Century

Current Exhibition in the Museum of Jewish Civilization: "1945: Liberation"

Past Exhibition in the Museum of Jewish Civilization: "Return to the Land: Jewish Farming Around the World"

The University of Hartford has one of the most dynamic Judaic Studies programs in the United States, with two separate Bachelor of Arts degrees in Judaic Studies. Every semester we have a variety of Hebrew, Arabic, and Yiddish language and literature courses, the Bible and Archaeology, and Jewish history courses for all periods. We also offer our own archaeology excavations programs in Israel in both the Winter (December-January) and the Summer sessions.