The World Congress of Jewish Studies is the largest international convention of Jewish Studies and is a central event in the world of academic Jewish Studies with over 1000 participants from all over the world.
The purposes of the World Congress are to present before Congress participants the latest innovations in the world of Jewish Studies and a reliable and up to date picture of the research in these fields as well as a point of view on the trends and currents in contemporary Jewish Society. The Congress also provides junior scholars an opportunity to present their new research alongside senior scholars, and creates an academic framework in which participants from all levels of society find an interest.
The 14th World Congress of Jewish Studies will take place between July 31st and August 4th 2005 at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem.
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