The Jewish Studies Program at Duke University originated in the 1940s and was formerly established in 1972 . The Program sponsors a wide variety of cultural events. The main energies of the Program are dedicated to offering a rich range of interdisciplinary courses covering the ancient period to the modern era. These courses include language, literature, history, and culture. Undergraduates may choose elective courses, or earn a certificate in Jewish Studies. Graduate degrees, both the MA and Ph.D., are offered through the Graduate Program in Religion.

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Center for Jewish Studies
Duke University
230 Gray Building
Box 90964
Durham, North Carolina 27708
phone: (919) 660-3504
fax: 919-660-3530

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This page was last updated on Thursday, August 17, 2006.

Special thanks to Oscar Dantzler for the VIP tour and trip to the top of the bell tower at Duke Chapel,
from which the terrific photos displayed in the Center's banner were taken.


Jewish Studies Program

Duke University
220 Gray Building
Box 90964
Durham, North Carolina 27708
phone: (919) 660-3504
fax: 919-660-3530

Problems with this web page should be reported to the.
This page was last updated on Wednesday, March 15, 2006.