Welcome to the University of Michigan’s Frankel Center for Judaic Studies
The Jean & Samuel Frankel Center for Judaic Studies is a leader in Jewish studies, with faculty from top-tier departments throughout the University of Michigan offering an interdisciplinary curriculum. The Frankel Center offers students opportunities for in-depth study in Jewish History and culture, including unique courses in Yiddish. With the Frankel Institute for Advanced Judaic Studies, the University of Michigan houses the only scholarly program of its kind at a public university in the United States.
We invite you to join us in exploring the riches of Judaic Studies at Michigan!
- The Washtenaw Jewish News reports on Kirsten Fermaglich's upcoming lecture about Jewish name-changing, and JCLP's Sukkot programming November 5, 2015
- Frankel faculty and past fellows participate in "Grammars of Coherence and Difference: Jewish Studies though the Lens of Gender Studies" conference October 29, 2015
- In the news: Our alumnus Josh Lambert writes about the new play "Indecent," based on a Yiddish play October 21, 2015
- Citizens of No-Man's Land: The 1938 Refugee Crisis in East-Central Europe
Speaker: Michal Frankl, Deputy Director, Jewish Museum, Prague
- Yiddish Leyenkrayz
- 01:00 PM
- Exhibitions, the Machinery of Secularization, and the Contact Zones of Display
Speaker: Jeffrey Abt, Frankel Fellow