The Duke Center for Jewish Studies is an exciting interdepartmental program that offers courses including Religion, Political Science, History, Cultural Anthropology, Comparative Literature, Hebrew Language and Literature, Women's Studies, Germanic languages, and more. Undergraduates may choose from among our many courses, most of which are seminars which provide students an opportunity to work closely with our internationally-renown faculty, or to earn a certificate in Jewish Studies. Graduate degrees in Jewish Studies, both the MA and Ph.D., are offered through the Graduate Program in Religion. The Center for Jewish Studies is committed to interdisciplinary engagement in a global academic community.
The FHI's main playlist, named after "The Garage," our primary event space. Here at the FHI we take "humanities" to be a mode of intellectual hospitality, as a node for connections and conversations. Here are some of our recent highlights.
Events & interviews from the BorderWork(s) Humanities Lab. BorderWork(s) investigates the human consequences of borders, walls, and partitions. For more about the Lab, visit: http://sites.fhi.duke.edu/borderworks/