Alumni & Friends
Alumni and friends of the Program for Jewish Civilization are an essential part of our community. Whether through giving, mentoring, networking, lecturing or other forms of engagement, our alumni remain active long past graduation. ________________________________________________________
2008 Senior Symposium
The Program for Jewish Civilization wishes to congratulate its graduating 2008 class. On Friday, May 2, 2008, graduating PJC minor and certificate students presented their final thesis projects for faculty, friends and family. The students and their presentations are listed below.
Christina Perpignano, "Never Again: The Past, Present, and Future of the Historical Narrative of the Holocaust"
Raymond Schillinger, "From Oy! to Om: The Jewish Buddhist and Modern American Judaism"
Anne Yearwood, "Gender and Progressivism in Secular Judaism"
Claire Riesenberg, " Shifting Memory: How Political Ideology Has Shaped the Holocaust Narrative in Modern Poland"
Daniel Fishman, "The Shifting Face of Zionism: Changing Centrality of Israel as a Voter Issue with Jews and Evangelical Christians"
Michael Segner, "The Myth of the Democratic Jewish Bloc Vote"
Bettina Warburg-Johnson, "Judaism and Human Rights: Paradigmatic Repercussions"
Athena Karp, "Sino-Israeli Relations"