Religion on the March

Film & Panel Discussion about Religion & Civil Rights, Tuesday, January 24, 2017, 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm, Room 001, Rockefeller Center

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!

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

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

Meet our faculty

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Bernard Avishai
Visiting Professor
Lawrence D. Kritzman
John D. Willard Professor of French, Comparative Literature and Oratory
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Associate Professor of English
Susannah Heschel
Chair, Jewish Studies Program
Steven Kangas
Senior Lecturer

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How John Lewis became a hero for American Jews

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The Jewish Studies Program at Dartmouth, together with Andre Hunter '83 and Kelley Fowler Hunter '83 will host a screening of the documentary film... Read more.

Early on in her Dartmouth experience, German studies major Veronica Williamson ’17 did a research internship that turned out to be less fulfilling... Read more.

Wednesday, October 5, 2016, Location: Rockefeller, room 003, 4:45 pm

Sylvie Anne Goldberg is a Brownstone Distinguished Visiting Professor... Read more.