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Canadian Society for Jewish Studies/Société Canadienne des Études juives

Devoted to the study and teaching of Jewish Studies in Canada.

Call for Membership

On May 30, 2004, a meeting was held in Winnipeg which resolved to create a Canadian Society for Jewish Studies/Société Canadienne des Études juives. It adopted bylaws and elected an executive. For the year 2005 -the President is Ira Robinson (Concordia University); Vice-President Dennis Stoutenberg (University of Waterloo); Secretary Cheryl Jaffee (Library and Archives Canada); Treasurer Carl Ehrlich (York University).

Its purpose is to provide a venue for the presentation of Jewish studies research and information primarily for faculty members, graduate students, and independent scholars living in Canada, though residence in Canada is not required for membership.

The first project to be undertaken by this Society will be the creation of a listserv for the dissemination of information related to Jewish studies in Canada

Those who are interested in joining this society should send their name, mailing address, telephone numbers, and email address to the address below. Membership dues are $20.00 for regular members, and $10 for students, retired, and unemployed people. Cheques should be made payable to Canadian Society for Jewish Studies.

All the best,

Ira Robinson
President

Canadian Society for Jewish Studies/Société Canadienne des Études juives
Department of Religion
Concordia University
1455 De Maisonneuve Boulevard, West
Montreal, QC
H3G 1M8

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  • 76
  • Canada
  • 10 Mar, 2005
  • English

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