Throughout the year, CJH offers courses on an array of subjects. As part of its commitment to purveying the fruits of academic Jewish research to a broader public, these courses are intended for scholarly as well as lay audiences. Courses typically consist of three or four sessions, in which the professor explores a particular sub-topic in European or American Jewish history. The courses are lecture-oriented, but also include the reading of texts and seminar-styled learning. Our visiting scholars, senior fellows, and other affiliated faculty teach these courses in the spring and fall.

Upcoming this winter: NEH Senior Scholar Shaul Magid is teaching "Radical Jewish Politics in Postwar America and Israel" in February and CJH Visiting Scholar Roberta Rosenberg is teaching "What’s So Funny? Jewish Humor from Genesis to Seinfeld and Soloway" in March.

For more information on the courses visit http://www.cjh.org/scholarship/cjh-mini-courses
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