About Jewish Studies at UC Santa Cruz
The UCSC Library has just acquired access to Testaments to the Holocaust. The Wiener Library’s archive is the oldest, holding unique materials documenting the rise of Germany’s Nazi Party.
The Jewish Women’s Archive (JWA) seeks a dynamic individual to lead the creation, implementation, and evaluation of JWA’s online and face-to-face education and outreach programs.
May 8, 2013 • 4:00-5:30 PM
Humanities 1, Room 210
For most Americans, the phrase “Jewish education” summons images of Hebrew School. But, Hebrew School, or even what we might call “formal Jewish education” amounts to only a very small percentage of where and how people learn to be Jewish.
The student-run Jewish journal, which turns 40 this year, ranks among the longest-running Jewish-themed campus publications in the country. Imagine how hard it would be to publish a respected quarterly magazine with a 100 percent turnover rate every three or four years, and keep it going for four decades. The students of UC Santa Cruz have pulled off this impressive feat with Leviathan Jewish Journal, which ranks among the longest-running Jewish themed campus publications in the country.
We are pleased to share with you the 2013 Helen Diller Family Endowment for Jewish Studies Newsletter. This newsletter is designed to bring you recent news about the Jewish Studies Program, including upcoming events, new programs, and recent publications.