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Annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival Presents In-Person and Virtual Screenings
October 19, 2022 — With films in English, Hebrew, Arabic, Spanish, Catalan, Russian, French, Polish, and German, the 23rd Annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival is decidedly international in scope.
South Korean Student Wins Jewish Studies Honor at Rutgers University
June 9, 2022 — Seeking a career in a Jewish day school would not be unusual for someone with degrees in Jewish studies and education
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Rutgers student from Livingston is honored
June 8, 2022 — Samuel Lurie of Livingston, a double major in Jewish studies and history at Rutgers University
How to Teach Holocaust Lessons Using 'Maus'
April 7, 2022 — A teacher using the Pulitzer Prize-winning graphic comic “Maus” for the first time to instruct students about the Holocaust
Rutgers Jewish center answers 'Maus' ban with free lessons on Holocaust novel for teachers
February 3, 2022 — In the wake of a Tennessee school board banning a Pulitzer Prize-winning graphic novel about the Holocaust from its curriculum, organizations at Rutgers University are doubling down on its importance.
'Once We Were Slaves'
January 26, 2022 — Laura Leibman tells a Jewish story from enslavement in Barbados to social prominence in New York
Author and Scholar to Present Programs On Multiracial Jews in This Country
January 12, 2022 — It is probably safe to say that most people associate the history of Jews in America with those who emigrated from Eastern European countries in the late 19th century.