Eli S. McCarthy, Ph.D. will present, “Nonviolence: Intersectional Praxis for Covid-19 and Systemic Racism,” online at the Twenty-Seventh Annual Monsignor John. M. Oesterreicher Memorial Lecture.
Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies
Founded in 1953 at Seton Hall, we've been developing, encouraging and increasing the collaborative peace-building efforts of Jewish and Christian scholars for 60 years. Learn more »
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We've been fostering a positive understanding of Judaism and the Jewish people and promoting mutual Jewish-Christian understanding through scholarly research and publications since our inception. Learn more »
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The Graduate Program in Jewish-Christian Studies is offering a free Teacher Study Day for professional development March 13.
Rabbi David Fox Sandmel delivers special memorial lecture at 65th anniversary of Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies.
Jewish-Christian Studies offers a day of professional development exploring Jews and the French Resistance in World War II.