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CJS - Chaplaincy and other Affiliate Programs

Berkeley, Bay Area, and Other Jewish Studies Resources

Internal GTU Resources

GTU library

Center for Islamic Studies

Partners at U.C. Berkeley:

The Magnes
The Magnes Museum of Jewish Art and Life is an archive, library and museum holding art, objects, texts, music, and historical documents about the Jews in the Global Diaspora and the American West. CJS has collaborated with the Magnes on several programs, including Captives of the Dawn, a symposium on Soviet Jewry, and Creating Culture, Making Memory on the POLIN Museum.

Center for Jewish Studies at U.C. Berkeley
We work closely with the Center for Jewish Studies at U.C. Berkeley frequently on our events, combining our mutual resources for the benefit of the Bay Area Jewish community. Our two organizations have a long history of sharing faculty, exchanging students, and planning joint initatives.

Libraries of the University of California
Due to the consortial agreement between GTU and UCB, CJS students have access to the full resources of the UCB libraries. Furthermore Ruth Haber is a research librarian specifically for Jewish studies who has worked closely with GTU-CJS students in the past.

Center for Middle Eastern Studies

Near Eastern Studies Department

Berkeley Institute for Jewish Law and Israel Studies

Berkeley Center for the Study of Religion

Berkeley Hillel

Partners at Other Universities

Stanford University Taube Center for Jewish Studies

SFSU Department of Jewish Studies

Jewish Studies at UC Davis

Center for Jewish Studies at UC Santa Cruz

Other Jewish Partners

Reconstructionist Rabbinical College (Philadelphia, PA)

Jewish Community Centers: San Francisco | East Bay/Oakland

The Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco

Lehrhaus Judaica

Urban Adamah
Urban Adamah is an educational farm and community center in Berkeley, California, that integrates the practices of Jewish tradition, sustainable agriculture, mindfulness and social action to build loving, just and sustainable communities.