Coalition for Dismantling Antisemitism at Middlebury
The Coalition for Dismantling Antisemitism at Middlebury aims to create opportunities for students, staff, and faculty to learn more about antisemitism and how Jewish students experience it on campus and elsewhere. Antisemitism has been on the rise in the U.S. and on college campuses, adding urgency to this work. Please read this statement about our work. This webpage is a collection of educational and other resources that we have gathered in order to raise awareness of and address antisemitism at Middlebury.
Supporting Religious Observance: Understanding Religious Holidays and What they Mean for When and How Students and Employees Participate on Campus
Wednesday, September 28 from 10:15-11:15 AM (ET)
This 60-minute workshop will explore major religious holidays, how they are observed, and what faculty, staff, and supervisors should be mindful of in terms of participation in the classroom and workplace. Part of Middlebury’s Education for Equity and Inclusion’s “Engaging and Supporting Diverse Communities” series.
Engaging Harms We Might Be Hesitant to Name: Responding to Antisemitism
Friday, November 11 from 1:00-2:30 PM (ET)
This 90-minute workshop will explore common manifestations of antisemitism on college campuses, the discomfort and uncertainty faculty and staff often feel about naming and engaging with it, and strategies for responding to it when it happens. Part of Middlebury’s Education for Equity and Inclusion’s “Engaging and Supporting Diverse Communities” series.
The Vibrant Jewish Community at Middlebury
We believe that a key component of dismantling antisemitism here is to continue to create a warm, dynamic, and creative Jewish life on Middlebury’s campus, open and welcoming to all Jewish and non-Jewish members of the campus community. The College provides many avenues for engaging with Judaism, from student organizations to academic programs.
Middlebury College Hillel
Hillel is a student organization at Middlebury that creates Jewish community for other students through holiday celebrations, weekly Shabbat services and dinners, and social and learning opportunities. To learn more about this aspect of Jewish life on campus, please visit the Middlebury College Hillel’s website, Instagram and Facebook pages.
MOSAIC Interfaith House
The MOSAIC Interfaith House is a residential space for students who are interested in deepening their knowledge and experience of various religions, spiritualities, and secular traditions.