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Professor Nan Goodman Receives CU Boulder 2019 Excellence Award

The Program in Jewish Studies is excited to announce that Nan Goodman, Director of the Program in Jewish Studies and Professor of English and Jewish Studies, has been awarded a Boulder Faculty Assembly Excellence Award in Research, Scholarly, and Creative Work.

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CU Boulder Community Vigil for Pittsburgh Victims and Survivors

CU Boulder Hillel and Chabad at University of Colorado will stand together in solidarity with the victims and survivors of the Tree of Life Congregation on the CU campus on Tuesday, October 30th.

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“The Yellow Ticket” Silent Film Screening Features Live Score Performance

CU Boulder and the Dairy Arts Center are pleased to present a screening of a rare 1918 silent film, "The Yellow Ticket," accompanied by an original film score composed and performed live by klezmer violinist Alicia Svigals with jazz pianist Marilyn Lerner.

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Lastest News from Hillel at CU Boulder

HIllel of Colorado announced that it has decided to take the Boulder Hillel house off the market and instead, bring the current house up to code and create a long-term plan around the property.

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Magic, the Bible, and the Biblical Imagination in Jewish Mysticism

The University of Colorado Boulder’s Peak to Peak Lecture Series and the CU Carbondale Speakers Series present a talk with CU Boulder Professor Samuel Boyd titled "Magic, the Bible, and the Biblical Imagination in Jewish Mysticism” Saturday, April 15 at the Carbondale Branch Library, Carbondale, CO.

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False Jewish Messiah or Puritan Hero? CU Boulder Peak to Peak Lecture Series Heads to Trinidad, CO

September 1, 2016 – The University of Colorado Boulder’s Peak to Peak Lecture Series presents a talk with Professor Nan Goodman titled “False Jewish Messiah or Puritan Hero” on the evening of Saturday, September 24, 2016 as part of a free public event that showcases Trinidad’s unique legacy and burgeoning …

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