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Archaeological Dig in Israel - Summer 2018

During the summer of 2018, the Jewish Studies Program and Office of Study Abroad will offer an opportunity to participate in an archaeological excavation in Tell es-Safi, Israel, the biblical city of Gath.

More information on the dig can be found here

https://gath.wordpress.com/

Detailed information on this program can be found by visiting: 

KU Study Abroad's Archaeological Excavation in Israel page

 

                              


This is a faculty-led study abroad program taught by Eric Welch, Visiting Assistant Professor of Jewish Studies at KU.

 


Congratulations Elizabeth Wenger!
Elizabeth Wenger has won the Jack and Lavon Brosseau Creativity Award in writing! Elizabeth was recognized for one of her creative-nonfiction essays “Still Frame,” which is part of her larger undergraduate thesis “Dancing to Utopia.” Wenger’s writing combines personal experiences, quotations, research, and visual markers that guide readers through this creative-nonfiction essay. Wenger is a senior majoring in both English and Slavic Languages and Literatures, and a minor in Jewish Studies and in History. Congratulations Elizabeth!
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