Jewish Studies

Alli Ginsburg '16:

 

Rachel Garrity '16:

 

Bashia Oudmayer '15:

 

Emily McCachren '15:

Mason Sklut '14 and Diana Abrahams '14:

Sarah Beese '13, Melissa Kansky '13, and Eva Yaffe '13:

 

Department News

Holocaust survivor Hank Brodt speaks about remembrance at LaRose Digital Theatre

Brodt, a native of Poland who now lives in High Point, N.C., shared his story of tragedy and strength through one of the darkest periods in history during his Feb. 13 visit to Elon.

Kesgin publishes paper on when leaders make uncharacteristic foreign policy choices

Assistant Professor of Political Science Baris Kesgin’s recent research is based on the premise that when leaders depart from their long-held, publicly known policy positions, one possible explanation is changes in their personality. Kesgin puts this assumption to test in the case of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s withdrawal from the Gaza Strip in August 2005.

Article by Geoffrey Claussen republished in new ethics collection

Claussen’s article is included in Virtue Ethics, edited by Tom Angier (Routledge, 2018).

Claussen publishes article on war and humility
 

Religious Studies Professor Geoffrey Claussen's new article appears in the journal Interreligious Studies and Interreligious Theology.

Claussen publishes translation of 19th century Jewish text

Religious Studies Professor Geoffrey Claussen's new translation appears in a volume published by Brandeis University Press.