Judaic Studies

Judaic Studies

Endowed in 1996, the Malcolm and Diane Rosenberg Program in Judaic Studies offers students the opportunity to explore, examine, and critically engage the rich and multifaceted history, religion, and culture of the Jewish people. As members of a community that has crossed a number of borders and cultures, the Jews have served as transmitters of texts and ideas, as agents of cultural and intellectual cross-fertilization and innovation. Judaic culture has significantly contributed to Western and other civilizations.

For more information, please contact Prof. Benjamin Sax.

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114 Lane Hall -- Blacksburg, VA 24061
Phone 540-231-6551 --- E-Mail: Prof. Benjamin Sax