The University of Winchester provides Jewish studies courses through the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. Research interests at the university include, but are not limited to, Jewish literature and culture, the Anglo-Jewish experience, Jewish and non-Jewish Relations, the study of Jewish religion, and Holocaust studies.
Teaching at the University of Winchester, which can be found at both undergraduate and postgraduate level, reflects the broad range of expertise represented by the academic staff. Modules provide the opportunity to undertake in-depth study of Judaism and its origins and application in the modern world, as well to look at the variety of issues that have affected the Jewish people throughout history.
There is also an interdisciplinary project in which academics from across the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences gare working closely with Winchester City Council to rediscover Winchester’s forgotten Jewish history and heritage. You can find more about this project here.
You can find out more about studying at the University of Winchester here.