Enrollment in Jewish Studies Grows

“Their interest changes over time, but right now many students really want to know more about the modern period,” says Professor Susannah Heschel. (Photo by Robert Gill) See article in the Dartmouth Now

Speaking out against Islamophobia

Susannah Heschel (center) argued that BU has an obligation to denounce Islamophobia. Stephen Prothero and Pamela Lightsey were also on the forum panel. Photos by Cydney Scott

African-American History Museum

At the new National Museum of African-American History last night - Professor Heschel was in a dialogue with Congressman John Lewis!

Meet our faculty

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Associate Professor of German Studies
Klaus F. Milich
Director of the Montgomery Fellows Program
Irene Kacandes
Professor of German Studies
alan lelchuk
Visiting Professor
MALS, Chair of Creative Writing Concentration

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