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Jewish Studies at Emory

Tam Institute for Jewish Studies

 The Rabbi Donald A. Tam Institute for Jewish Studies  brings together scholars and students from a number of different departments and programs to engage in the interdisciplinary exploration of Jewish civilization and culture. 

Institute for the Study of Modern Israel

Institute for the Study of Modern Israel (ISMI) is an interdisciplinary and non-degree conferring unit of Emory University. It was the first academic institute for the study of modern Israel established in the United States. It promotes teaching, research, and learning that focuses on Israeli culture, foreign policy, history, society, and politics.

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