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Meet the 2013-14 Doctoral Dissertation Fellows in Jewish Studies

Meet the 2013-2014 Doctoral Dissertation fellows in Jewish Studies: Mika Ahuvia, Craig Perry, Daniel Viragh, and Lillian Wohl! Congratulations, all! read more »

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JCAA 2013 Gala

Save the date! Monday, June 10th: 2013 Jewish Cultural Achievement Awards at The TimesCenter. Honorees include Michael Chabon, Russ & Daughters, Scott Berrie, Dr. Deborah Dash Moore, and Leon Botstein! read more »

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Art of Being Jewish in the City

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Love, Hate, and the Jewish State 5.0: Gender Discrimination in Israel

Join us and the New Israel Fund for the fifth in a series of highly interactive, non-persuasive, non-political discussions with a diverse group of people in their 20s and 30s. Click for details.

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Jewish Cultural Achievement Awards

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Los Angeles E-Journal

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AAJ

Preparations at the American Academy in Jerusalem are in full swing, getting ready for the Academy’s launch right after the High Holidays on October 23.  Click to read more about our newest program, and the amazing work we have in … read more »

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CultureShuk

Have you visited the CultureShuk, the blog of the Foundation for Jewish Culture?  Find the BLOG button above for everything we can’t fit on here: videos, photos, news, and more – all the very latest in Jewish culture!

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American Academy in Jerusalem

The Foundation for Jewish Culture announces the 2011 Fellows of the American Academy of Jerusalem: Lynne Avadenka, Donald Byrd, David Karnovsky, and David Herskovits! Proud to be participating in the cultural life of Jerusalem while supporting American artists.

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