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ראש המכון: פרופ' עמוס גולדברג
 amos.goldberg@mail.huji.ac.il  
הר הצופים, בניין גסטר, חדר 311
טלפון: 02-5881701 | פקס: 02-5881243

רכזת מכון המחקר ליהדות זמננו: גב' קרין כהן
 karinc@savion.huji.ac.il 
הר הצופים בניין גסטר חדר 315 | טל: 02-5881703

עורכת השנתון האנגלי: גב' רובין זלבן 
robinz@savion.huji.ac.il 
הר הצופים, בניין גסטר חדר 314 | טלפון: 02-5882491

מנהלת אקדמית, המדור לתיעוד בע"פ: ד"ר רוני מיקל אריאלי
ronimikel@gmail.com 
הר הצופים, בניין גסטר חדר 310 | טלפון:  02-5882372

 

 

 

 

The Institute of Holocaust Genocide and Memory Studies at UMass Amherst

The Institute for Holocaust, Genocide, and Memory Studies at UMass Amherst opened in March 2011. It was established initially to house the generous gift of a permanent teaching exhibition on the Holocaust, "A Reason to Remember: Roth, Germany 1933-42," donated to the University by the Jewish Federation of Western Massachusetts, formerly installed at Hatikvah Holocaust Education Center in Springfield. The exhibition is open to university students and the general public, as well as to visiting middle and high school student groups by appointment. A travelling version of this exhibition is available to other borrowing institutions upon request. Since its opening the Institute and its teaching exhibition have been visited by thousands of middle and high school students, as well as university students, who have toured the exhibition in the company of survivors and docents....more


Department of Near Eastern and Judaic Studies at the Brandeis University

NEJS is a multidisciplinary department committed to innovative research and teaching in a broad range of fields including Bible and Ancient Near East, Jewish Studies, Israel Studies, Islamic and Middle East Studies, and Hebrew, Yiddish, Arabic, and other Near Eastern languages. We are home to one of the world's largest programs in Jewish and Hebrew Studies....more


Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Clark University

The history of genocide, mass atrocities, crimes against humanity and their continuing consequences stand at the core of the Strassler Center at Clark University. Home to a uniquely rich undergraduate program and a landmark doctoral program, the Strassler Center is the first and only institute of its kind. Since 1998, it has gained international standing as the foremost PhD program training students in Holocaust History, the Armenian Genocide, and other genocides perpetrated around the globe.  Center faculty and students foster important scholarship and germinate significant ideas as conveners of a robust series of international symposia, workshops, and conferences that broaden the boundaries of genocide studies by introducing less known cases and novel approaches. The causes, conduct, and consequences of genocide are complex and require multifaceted approaches. The Strassler Center is committed to pushing boundaries in order to foster greater knowledge as well as to train professionals who hope to find solutions, offer healing and aid, education, and opportunities for memorialization....more


Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München is a leading research university in Europe. Since its founding in 1472 it has been committed to the highest international standards of excellence in research and teaching...more


Mandel Center at the United States Holocoast Memorial Museum

An international leader in scholarship on the Holocaust, the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies provides for continued growth and vitality in the field of Holocaust studies, promotes networking and cooperative projects among Holocaust scholars around the world, and ensures future generations of Holocaust scholars in the United States and abroad. Learn more about our current initiatives below...more


The Department of Sociology at the Cornell University

Throughout its 75-year history, the Department of Sociology has been known for the cutting-edge research of its faculty and for its exceptionally strong graduate and undergraduate training programs...more


Department of Sociology at the Rutgers School of Arts and Sciences

Sociologists study groups, organizations, and societies, and how people interact within those contexts, moving beyond the individual to consider how larger social structures of power, economics and culture shape individual opportunities, attitudes, and behavior. This lens is critical for understanding our increasingly diverse and complex society and its challenges, such as social and economic inequality, mass incarceration, and discrimination. 

Our faculty conducts sociological research that reflects the full substantive range of the discipline and uses a wide variety of methodologies that include the latest statistical modeling techniques, innovative network-analytic approaches, cutting-edge ethnographic research, in-depth comparative historical inquiry and sophisticated survey analysis....more


Institute of Geography at Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany

Harriman Institute at Columbia University, NY

The Harriman Institute at Columbia University is one of the world’s leading academic institutions for the study of Russia, Eurasia, and East Central Europe. Our mission is to serve our community at the university and beyond by supporting research, instruction, and dialogue, sponsoring vibrant and multidisciplinary events that bring together our extraordinary resources of faculty, students, and alumni. We are committed to training the next generation of regional specialists to play leadership roles in setting the academic and scholarly agenda, making policy and challenging accepted truths about how we study our rapidly changing world...more
 


Herbert D. Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies, University of Pennsylvania, USA

From its inception in 1907 as the Dropsie College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning, the Katz Center has played a central role in advancing the study of Judaism in the United States. As the first institution with a state charter to grant degrees in Jewish studies, Dropsie College eventually awarded more than two hundred PhDs, becoming the country's primary educator of Judaic scholars. With the appearance of Jewish studies at university campuses all over the country, Dropsie College reshaped itself in 1986 into an institute for advanced study in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam called the Annenberg Research Institute. It no longer granted degrees, and turned its focus instead to a post-doctoral fellowship program. It maintained this mission through its merger with Penn in 1993, when it was renamed the Center for Judaic Studies, and in 2008 when the Katz family endowed the Center in memory of former Board chair and philanthropist Herbert D. Katz.

Today, as the Herbert D. Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies, the Center continues to attract preeminent scholars from around the world and to chart new scholarly directions and discourses on a wide range of themes critical to the study of Jewish culture. It is always looking for new ways to support scholarship at its best, to interact with global scholarly networks, and to educate curious publics in the Philadelphia area and beyond...more


Kennan Institute at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington DC   

The Kennan Institute is the premier U.S. center for advanced research on Russia and Eurasia and the oldest and largest regional program at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. The Kennan Institute is committed to improving American understanding of Russia, Ukraine, and the region through research and exchange...more


Kurt and Ursula Schubert Center for Jewish Studies, Palacký University, Olomouc (CZ)

The Kurt-Schubert-Institute was established as a Centre of Jewish Studies at the Philosophical Faculty of Palacký University, Olomouc in the year 2004. The MA-program was accredited by the Czech Ministry of Education in October 2005. The first MA-students enrolled in the academic year 2006/07. In fall 2008, the Centre was converted into an Institute and named after Kurt Schubert (1923-2007) the doyen of Jewish Studies in Austria, who helped establishing the Centre. The Institute is devoted to researching and teaching the culture and history of Jews, with a special emphasis on Moravian Jewry. Presently, the courses are delivered in Czech, English and German, which emphasizes the international character of the institution. Additionally, the Centre offers weekly lectures on Jewish culture and history (Cyklus) geared towards a larger interested public. Since 2007, the institute also hosts a Judaica library named after Nina & Beno Melchet that comprises approx. 3,000 volumes, including some rare and valuable pieces...more


Institute of Eastern and South Eastern European History, University of Munich, Germany

The LMU has a rich history of engaging with the states and societies of Eastern Europe. The Institute of East and Southeast European History (Abteilung für Geschichte Osteuropas und Südosteuropas) explores the fascinating and turbulent past of this region. Our faculty, post-doctoral researchers, graduate students and visiting scholars cover a wide range of regional, thematic and chronological topics, including, for instance, the history of Imperial Russia and the Soviet Union, the religious history of East Central Europe, and ethnic conflicts in the Balkans...more


Leibniz Centre for Contemporary History/ZZF PotsdamLeibniz Institute for Jewish History and Culture—Simon Dubnow (Leipzig)

The Leibniz Centre for Contemporary History (Leibniz-Zentrum für Zeithistorische Forschung – ZZF) is a research institute for German and European contemporary history in the 20th century and its impact on the present. As a member of the Leibniz Association, its basic endowment is funded half by the federal government and half by the states. Additional funding is obtained by the institute and its research projects....more


Stuart and Suzanne Grant Center for the American Jewish Experience, Tulane University New Orleans, LA

Tulane’s Stuart and Suzanne Grant Center for the American Jewish Experience builds upon the strengths of Tulane University and the Department of Jewish Studies, operating as a world-class hub for exploring the varied and diverse nature of the American Jewish Experience.

The Grant Center contributes richness to the field of American Jewish studies by supporting experimentative, collaborative and interdisciplinary programs and research at the intersections of history, literature, cultural studies, sociology and other disciplines. The Center supports efforts that cross boundaries between academic spaces and the wider ecology of the Jewish world. Through co-curricular programming, research opportunities, and internships, Tulane students both contribute to and benefit from a holistic understanding of the historical and contemporary experience of American Jews. In addition, the Center’s ethos, events, scholarly projects and communications is infused with the eclectic artistic vitality and cultural vibrancy of our home in New Orleans...more


Younes and Soraya Nazarian Center for Israel Studies, UCLA, USA

With an endowment gift from the Y&S Nazarian Family Foundation, the UCLA Younes & Soraya Nazarian Center for Israel Studies was established in 2010, becoming the first academic center on the West Coast focused on promoting the study of modern Israel. Since the Center’s founding, it has become one of the preeminent Israel Studies centers in the United States, if not the world.

The mission of the Y&S Nazarian Center for Israel Studies is to promote the study of modern Israel at UCLA and beyond. To that end, the Center sponsors courses about Israel for UCLA students, generates and disseminates academic research in the field of Israel Studies, organizes frequent public programs, and hosts visiting scholars, writers and artists. By providing grants to UCLA faculty and students, the Center also supports individual and collaborative research projects concerning Israel, and the development of new courses about Israel. Through our research, teaching and outreach, the Nazarian Center has become an internationally known source of expertise and education about Israel and an intellectually vibrant home for Israel Studies at UCLA...more


Zentrum für Holocaust-Studien am Institut für Zeitgeschichte in München

The Leibniz Institute for Contemporary History (IfZ) is dedicated to the study of German history within its European and global contexts in the 20th and 21st centuries. The IfZ was originally founded in 1949 as the very first institution for academic research and scholarship on the Nazi dictatorship...more


 Institute of Jewish Studies at the Jagiellonian University

The Institute of Jewish Studies was the first Polish university to offer (from the academic year of 2012/2013) a BA and MA in Jewish Studies (Judaistyka). Students may also continue their education by taking a PhD delivered formally by the Faculty of History; however, supervision over the doctoral theses and practical work is exercised by the academic staff of the Institute of Jewish Studies...more

 

 


Center for the Study of the Holocaust, Genocide, and Crimes Against Humanity, Ralph Bunche Institute for International Studies, CUNY

The mission of the Center for the Study of the Holocaust, Genocide, and Crimes Against Humanity is to promote the exchange of ideas across disciplines and generations.  Serving as a hub for a vibrant community of scholars from many fields with convergent interests, the Center is a forum for innovative research, graduate student mentoring, and public programming.  Reaching beyond the university, the Center is enriched by linkages with NGOs, cultural institutions, and supra-national organizations dedicated to the study and prevention of mass violence and its legacies....more