David Elcott on Faith in Academia

As part of our Office Hours series, Prof. David Elcott discusses the place of religion in an academic setting.

Signs of Civilization: Graduate Jewish Studies at NYU

Portal

One marvelous thing about New York University is that it's really big. This is good, because the University has quite a lot to offer.

One terrible thing about New York University is that it's really big. This is bad, because navigating the world of the University can be like wilderness exploration.

So what if you're interested in graduate study at NYU, in the realm of Jewish studies? Until mere hours ago, you and whatever makeshift compass you could piece together out of chewing gum and hairpins were on your own. However:

There is now a portal page for graduate degree programs and academic resources in Jewish studies at NYU.

Go there to learn about six single-degree and three dual-degree graduate degree programs in Jewish subjects, plus other academic centers and resources. (Including us, but you already know about us.)

At last, signs of civilization.