Join the GTU for our Alumni Reception at the 2018 Annual Meetings of the AAR-SBL in Denver. We'll honor our alum of the year, announce the winner of the Borsch-Rast Prize, and enjoy a time to reconnect with old friends and meet new ones.
Today (Monday, Oct, 29) at 4:30, the GTU community will is invited to gather for prayer, remembrance, and solidarity with the Jewish community in the aftermath of the horrific attack at the Tree of Life Congregation in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania this past Saturday. The brief interfaith prayer service will be held on the steps of the chapel at Pacific School of Religion (1798 Scenic Avenue, Berkeley).
Please help us celebrate this reunion of current CJS students, graduates, and former faculty affiliated with the Center for Jewish Studies. Then plan to join us the following day for the CJS@50 Conference and Celebration.
Join us for the last PDP workshop of the semester, as GTU alumnae Wendy Arce, Beth Kumar, and Lisa Webster engage us in conversation on different career paths beyond tenure track. Workshop sponsored by the GTU's Professional Development Group. All current students and alumni are welcome.
As PDP continues with this semester’s focus on teaching and writing, Dr. Jean-Françoise Racine and Dr. Eduardo Fernández will deliver a dynamic conversation on developing strong writing skills for academic writing success. Workshop sponsored by the GTU's Professional Development Group. All students and alumni welcome.
Join the GTU for the First Annual Borsch-Rast Book Lecture, where Daniel Boyarin and Judith Butler will join Borsch-Rast Book Prize winner Naomi Seidman, to share perspectives on Seidman's award-winning book, The Marriage Plot, Or, How Jews Fell in Love with Love, and with Literature.
In this workshop, Dr. Judith Berling will share her exceptional acumen on teaching—challenges and possibilities for educators in multicultural and interreligious contexts. Workshop sponsored by the GTU's Professional Development Group. All current students and alumni are welcome.