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Bold, Ambitious, and Exciting: The Stuart and Suzanne Grant Center for the American Jewish Experience

With your support, we will build a world class faculty and implement a dynamic and innovative slate of programming that redefines the field of Jewish Studies. The cornerstone of our strategy to move to an elite level is the Stuart and Suzanne Grant Center for the American Jewish Experience, which will position Tulane as a hub of excellence and a global leader. Only at Tulane can we become the undisputed leader in the study of Southern Jewish history by leveraging New Orleans' position as a gateway to the region and the world. Only at Tulane can we partner with our internationally-acclaimed Stone Center to redefine the fields of Latin American and Caribbean Jewish Studies. Only at Tulane can we reimagine American Jewish continuity in the twenty-first century by harnessing Tulane Hillel's laboratory of approaches to American Jewish life. And only at Tulane can we explore the ways in which women as historical actors have shaped American Jewish life, and how the Bible, literature, arts, and culture have evolved as key markers of Jewish distinctiveness.

Opportunities to support the Department of Jewish Studies include endowed chairs to build a world class faculty, as well as high impact programmatic opportunities that will reshape our understanding of the American Jewish Experience.

For more information, email Kassie Cosgrove, or: