Summer Scholarship

Ph.D. student Elizabeth Johnson was one of three graduate students from across the country to participate in the two-week seminar “Privilege and Prejudice: Jewish History in the American South,” a National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute for College and University Professors in Charleston, South Carolina. “Privilege and Prejudice” provided the scholars with the opportunity to learn how the histories of the American South and American Jews are intricately linked. Elizabeth’s project during the institute was geared toward designing a syllabus for a future course, “Identity and Assimilation in American Religious Architecture.”

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