Judaic Studies

Master of Arts (MA)

Program overview

The MA in Judaic Studies combines elements of anthropology, rabbinics, gender studies and literary studies. Our faculty members are experts in a range of cultural traditions and are interested in the latest materials related to Judaic Studies. The program is especially relevant at a time when Quebec society is undergoing intense discussions surrounding its religious past and the meaning of diversity in relation to its particular identity and political history. The Department of Religions and Cultures is an excellent place to study such developments, as well as to attain skills that will help students find meaningful involvement in wider society. The program offers internships, in-house academic awards and language-focused support for students. Funding opportunities are available from independent centres at Concordia, including The Azrieli Institute of Israel Studies and The Institute for Quebec and Canadian Jewish Studies.


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