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Bornblum Judaic Studies explores the experience of the Jewish people within the contexts of world cultures. Non-theological in its orientation, it provides students the opportunity to study the history of the Jewish people, the Hebrew language, the religious, intellectual and aesthetic traditions of the Jewish people, and structures and politics of Jewish communities.

In addition, to providing students with intensive study in one of the world's great intellectual traditions, a major or minor in Judaic Studies will also be useful to students who wish to teach, to pursue careers in social or communal services, to enter seminary, to prepare for graduate study in various fields, or to pursue international studies.


Bornblum Judaic Studies presentsNot just Yiddish and Ladino: On the Phenomenon of Jewish Languages. Benjamin Harry, Tuesday, February 25, 2014, 123 Fogelman Executive Center, 7:00 pm, The University of Memphis

Not just Yiddish and Ladino: On the Phenomenon of Jewish Languages

Benjamin Harry, Emory University

Tuesday February 25, 2014

123 Fogelman Executive Center

7:00 p.m.

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