Yom HaShoah -- Holocaust Remembrance Day Ceremony
Sunday, April 12, 2015
Join us for a service of commemoration of Yom HaShoah, Holocaust and Heroism Remembrance Day. The program includes screening of the 2014 Frontline film "Memory of the Camps," (60 min.) which includes disturbing images of concentration camps immediately following liberation in 1945 and is not suitable for children.
Co-sponsored by Middlebury College Hillel, The Addison County Jewish Congregation: Havurah, The Middlebury Area Clergy Association, and the Middlebury College Chaplain's Office.
For details click on "Events" at left
What is Jewish Studies?
Jewish Studies ranges over the study of Jews and Judaism from the Biblical period to the present. It takes Judaism not only as a "religion," but as a civilization and culture encompassing a rich textual tradition, literature in several languages, philosophy and theology, customs and ritual, art, music and film. Jewish Studies is by its nature interdisciplinary and can be approached, for example, from within the disciplines of history, religion, sociology and anthropology, or literary study. The program also sponsors a wide array of lectures and other events, including the annual Hannah A. Quint Lecture in Jewish Studies.
A distinguishing aspect of Middlebury's program is the depth of study possible in Hebrew. Middlebury also offers a Hebrew Minor, with courses in both Modern and Classical Hebrew. Introductory Modern Hebrew is offered every year, and Introductory Classical Hebrew in alternate years, usually in Winter Term. (For Hebrew course descriptions, click on the link to “Courses,” upper left.)
Professors: Tamar Mayer (Geography); Robert S. Schine (Religion/Classics); O. Larry Yarbrough (Religion); Associate Professors: Rebecca Bennette, Director (History); Theodore Sasson, (International Studies); Assistant Professors: Natasha Chang (Italian), Natalie Eppelsheimer (German) and Orian Zakai (Hebrew) Program Coordinator: Vijaya L. Wunnava