The Norman & Bernice Harris Center for Judaic Studies at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln was founded in 1991 with the aims of educating the people of the Great Plains region about Jewish civilization and the nature and history of anti-Semitism as well as of promoting understanding between Jews and non-Jews. Since its inception, it has become a vibrant center of
academic activity and public programming, offering some twenty courses in the fields of history, literature, philosophy and religious studies, psychology, and political science.
Private support was critical in the creation of the Norman & Bernice Harris Center for Judaic Studies. The Center also uses its resources to enrich programming and instruction in other academic units, such as the departments of English, Philosophy, Modern Languages, History, Political Science and the Law School. It has a longstanding collaboration with the E.N.Thompson Forum on Global Issues. It this extremely well integrated into the life of the University as a whole. Private support is vital to the work and activities of the Center. Please consider making a donation.
This fund is a general, unrestricted fund used at the discretion of the Director and the Executive Committee of the Center.
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