The Department Congratulates Alumni Joshua Teplitsky on receiving the 2019 Baron Book Prize Awarded

The Skirball Department congratulates Professor Marion Kaplan on the release of her new book - Hitler's Jewish Refugees, Hope and Anxiety in Portugal

The Skirball Department congratulates former PhD Student Allan Amanik on publishing Dust to Dust, A History of Jewish Death and Burial in New York as part of the Goldstein-Goren Book Series

Congratulations to PhD Student Ilan Benattar for winning the GSAS Torch Fellowship for his Dissertation "But It Is Not So in the Kingdom of Ishmael: Diaspora, Exile, and Cultural Politics in the Final Ottoman Jewish Generation (1902-1909)”

Goldstein Goren Series Book Cotton Capitalists: American Jewish Entrepreneurship in the Reconstructionist Era is runner-up for the American Jewish Historical Society's Saul Viener Book Prize

Alumni Jessica Cooperman Runner up for the American Jewish Historical Society's Saul Vierner Book Award for her book Making Judaism Safe for America

Goldstein Goren Series Book A Rosenberg By Any Other Name: A History of Jewish Name Changing in America awarded Saul Viener Book Prize from the American Jewish Historical Society

Faculty Member Annette Reed Named 2020 Dirk Smilde Fellow at the University of Groningen

The Skirball Dept of HJS congratulates our 4 Spring 2019 PhD Graduates

The Skirball Dept of HJS congratulates our 2 Spring 2019 MA/MPA Graduates

Phd Student Roni Masel awarded the 2019-20 Vladimir and Pearl Heifetz Memorial Fellowship and Vivian Lefsky Hort Memorial Fellowship in East European Jewish Literature at the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research

PhD Student Jill Joshowitz awarded a 2019-2020 Fulbright Fellowship to study at the Institute of Archaeology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem

PhD Student Kimberly Cheng awarded a 2019-2020 visiting fellowship at the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum

PhD Student Alex Weisberg awarded NYU Core Program Postdoctoral Teaching Fellowship for 2019-2020

PHD Graduate Julie Deluty Appointed Assistant Professor

Faculty Member Marion Kaplan Named 2018-2019 Sara and Asa Shapiro Scholar in Residence

Hasia Diner's book, Julius Rosenwald: Repairing the World won the gold medal in the Biography category from Axxiom Business Books Awards

PhD Student Geoff Levin received the Alan M. Stroock Fellowship at Harvard University's Center for Jewish Studies and will be part of the 2019-2020 Starr Fellows program

Emily Smith, M.A. Graduate in Ancient Near Eastern and Egyptian Studies has received the 2019 Master's Award for Academic Achievement in the Humanities

Ann Macy Roth awarded an Institute for the Study of the Ancient World Fellowship

Skirball Doctoral Alumni Accepted as 2018-19 Fellows at Katz Center

NYU Doctoral Candidate Receives Mark and Ruth Luckens International Prize in Jewish Thought and Culture

NYU Doctoral Candidate Receives Mellon Dissertation Fellowship in the Humanities

NYU Doctoral Candidate Receives Mellon Dissertation Fellowship in the Humanities

NYU Doctoral Candidate Receives Naomi Anolic Memorial Award

NYU Graduate Receives Fellowship at Center for Jewish History

Prof. Smith wins Association of Catholic Publishers Book Award

Prof. Schiffman wins National Jewish Book Award

Book Announcements: Poetic Heroes and How Human is God?

Prof. Kaplan Named Scholar-in-Residency at US Holocaust Memorial Museum

Prof. Lawrence Schiffman Returns to NYU Skirball Department

New Director of NYU Tel Aviv

NYU Graduate Receives Professorship at Brooklyn College

NYU Graduate Receives Postdoc at Katz Center

NYU Graduate Receives Professorship at UNC, Chapel Hill

Doctoral Candidate Receives Prestigious NSF Grant

NYU Alumni Receives Postdoc at the Israel Institute

Joint Faculty Publication Wins National Jewish Book Award

Prof. Wolfson Elected Fellow of ASSR

Book Announcement: The Poetics of Trauma

NYU Doctoral Student Receives Lady Davis Postdoctoral Fellowship

NYU Alumni Receives Tenure Track position at York University

Book Announcement, Choosing Yiddish: New Frontiers of Language and Culture

Rachel Kranson Receives Frankel Institute Fellowship

Prof. Chazan Receives NYU-Martin Luther King Award