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Criteria for NJCN Presenters and Commissions

Nomination and Review Process Network members may nominate up to two artists in accordance with criteria outlined below. Forms, work samples, and projected budgets are reviewed by Network members in advance of a pitching session. A vote is taken to … read more »

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Meet the 2012-2013 Doctoral Dissertation Fellows

Meet the 2012-2013 Maurice and Marilyn Cohen Doctoral Dissertation Fellowships in Jewish Studies grantees: Adi Mahalel (Columbia University, Yiddish Literature); David Sclar (CUNY Graduate Center, History); Yosefa Raz (University of California-Berkeley, Comparative Literature); Jacob Labendz (Washington University, St Louis, History); and Debra … read more »

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JOEI Inclusive Rating

We are proud to have been ranked in the most inclusive category of the inaugural Jewish Organizational Equality Index, sponsored by the Schusterman Family Foundation and Human Rights Campaign!

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2012 Film Fund Application is Open

The 2011 Film Fund application is now live! read more »

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Oded Hirsch's "Nothing New" Reception

Hope you can join us on March 28th from 7-9pm to see this gorgeous work and celebrate the opening of the first Six Points Fellowship Cohort 2 project, Oded Hirsch’s Nothing New at the Thierry Goldberg Gallery (103 Norfolk Street … read more »

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The American Academy in Jerusalem: Final Presentations

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The New Jewish Culture Network Presents: Monajat

Click here to learn more about the New Jewish Culture Network and Monajat.

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JSEP Fellows 2010-2012

Jewish Studies Expansion Program (JSEP) Fellows, 2nd Cohort (2010-2012) Paula Daccarett (Jim Joseph Fellow in the Jewish Studies Program at the University of California, Santa Cruz). She earned a BA in Political Science at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and … read more »

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Inside the Docs: Reaching Out Through Documentary Film

Overview Inside the Docs is a free, educational program that uses Lynn and Jules Kroll Fund for Jewish Documentary Film grantees to engage adults 18-30 in thought-provoking conversations about Judaism, Jewish culture, and Jewish identity. Each Inside the Docs film … read more »

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