Department Undergraduate Group

Judaic Studies Department Undergraduate Group

The Judaic Studies DUG is an organization for students concentrating in or interested in the Judaic Studies Program. The DUG meets several times each semester and is meant to bring together students within the department through organized meetings and events. The DUG is meant to be a resource for students to share information, discuss their interest in Judaic Studies, and interact with faculty members.

For more information about the DUG, including meeting times and upcoming events, please contact the Judaic Studies Academic Program Manager, Susan Rottenberg at susan_rottenberg@brown.edu.

Fall 2014 DUG meetings:

Title:  DUG meeting, An Introduction to Klezmer Music
Date:  Thursday, October 2, 2014 at 6:30 PM
Location:  Judaic Studies, 163 George St., seminar room 206
Pizza served 

Title:  DUG meeting, Ken Moss (invited Stulman lecturer)
Date:  Monday, October 20, 2014 at 1:00 PM
Location:  Judaic Studies, 163 George St., seminar room 206
Kabob & Curry served

Title:  DUG meeting, Post event discussion of "Beyond Bias: A Different Approach to the Arab-Israeli Conflict"
Date:  Thursday, November 13, 2014 @ 6:30 PM
Location:   Judaic Studies, 163 George St., seminar room 206
Food served 

Join the Judaic Studies Listerv

The Brown Judaic Studies listserv exists as a means to share events and notices, and to provide a venue to engage in dialogue with fellow undergraduate concentrators, students in Judaic Studies classes, and others interested in this field of study.

Visit listserv.brown.edu to join;  our listserv name is BROWNJUDAICSTUDIESDUG.