We are now accepting proposals for our next Oxford Seminar in Advanced Jewish Studies (OSAJS), to be held in 2022. Please find details in the document below. The deadline for applications is 19 February, 2021. OSAJS 2022 Call for Proposals
Due to Covid-19, our lectures and seminars will be online for Michaelmas Term 2020. Please find details on how to sign up for our events in our programme below. In order to receive an invitation to the Zoom link for the David Patterson Lectures and the Lunchtime Seminar in Jewish Studies, please contact Priscilla Lange
The talk takes place on 27 October and will be delivered by Dr César Merchán-Hamann, Director of the Leopold Muller Memorial Library. Entitled ‘Jewish Treasures in Oxford’, the talk will illuminate the stories behind some of the most treasured Hebrew and Jewish manuscripts in the Bodleian’s collections. The talk is sponsored by the Friends of
This year’s Oxford Biblical Hebrew Summer School will be held online from 1 to 11 September 2020. The school offers nine days of intensive teaching in biblical Hebrew. The course corresponds to two terms of intensive teaching for a full-time university student and is open to students with or without experience of the language.
Owing to Covid-19, most of our lectures, seminars and conferences had to be postponed. Some seminars and classes will run online. Further updates will be published during the term. Please find current details HERE.
The final Conference of the Oxford Seminar in Advanced Jewish Studies ‘Between Sacred and Profane – Jewish Musical Cultures in Early Modern Europe’ will be held at the Clarendon Institute, Walton Street on 16 and 17 March 2020.