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The Charlotte Jewish News - September 2012 - Page 15
C A R O L E N A
The Carolina Center for Jewish Studies is celebrating its tenth anniversary by
offering a new undergraduate degree in Jewish Studies and a new certificate in
Jewish Studies for graduate students, and launching the University’s new
Capstone Course in Jewish Studies, an upper-level research seminar
for advanced undergraduates in the field.
The Center is also offering an expanded events program to provide
exciting opportunities to the community that has supported us throughout
these ten years. In addition to the usual schedule of community and academic
lectures and the Uhlman Family continuing education seminar, we are also hosting
a variety of special events to celebrate our anniversary. We hope you will join us.
Visit ccjs.unc.edu to learn more about our programs and our events, and to
discover how you can help shape the Center’s next ten years.
PARTIAL LIST OF EVENTS FOR 2012-2013:
Southern Jews in the Crucible of Civil Rights / Sept. 12 / Stuart Rockoff
Staged Reading and Panel Discussion: BOOED: An Enemy of the People / Sept. 29 / Boaz Gaon
Demons and Evil Angels in Early Judaism / Nov. 5 / Carol Newsom
Excavations in the Ancient Village and Synagogue of Huqoq / Jan. 28 / Jodi Magness
FUm Screening with Live Music: Breaking Home Ties / March 4 / Sharon Pucker Rivo
Stage Production: Yosl Rakover Speaks to G-d / April 14 / David Mandelbaum
The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Beginnings of Biblical Interpretation / April 22 / James Kugel
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