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Find Your Own Focus of Research in the Master of Jewish Studies

The MA in Jewish Studies offers you the ideal conditions in which to autonomously develop your own research interests and methodological skills.

Seminar at the Department of Jewish Studies and Religious Studies

Studying Diversity

Learn more about studying Religious Studies and how to enroll.

Jüdisches Denken Bd. 5

K. E. Grözinger: Jüdisches Denken, Vol. 5

The final volume of Prof. Grözinger's opus "Jüdisches Denken. Theologie - Philosophie - Mystik" (Jewish Thinking. Theology - Philosphy - Mysticism) was recently published


New Publication: Mendelssohn Studies Vol. 21

Edited by Roland Dieter Schmidt-Hensel and Christoph Schulte

Communication Religion - Cover

Schuster, Vorpahl: Communicating Religion and Atheism in Central and Eastern Europe

This book brings together case studies dealing with historical as well as recent phenomena in former socialist nations, which testify the transfer of knowledge about religion and atheism. (De Gruyter)

WdJ beyond Tradition

New Publication of Dorothea M. Salzer, PhD et al.

about the research of the Wissenschaft des Judentums on the holy texts of Judaism, Christianity and Islam

PaRDeS 25

PaRDeS Vol. 25

Transformative Translations in Jewish History and Culture

Sephardic Atlantic - Cover

Rauschenbach, Schorsch: The Sephardic Atlantic

Colonial Histories and Postcolonial Perspectives

Glaube in Potsdam

Hafner, Völkening, Becci: Glaube in Potsdam (Religious Faith in Potsdam)

Religious, spiritual and ideological groups: descriptions and analyses

Imago Dei

Völkening, Helga - Imago Dei versus Cultural Icon

The Wisdom of Solomon as a Jewish-Hellenistic Contribution to the Ancient Debate on Images

Nonreligiousness in East Germany

Youth ceremonies, celebrations of marriage, atheism: To what extent are East German lifestyles and ideologies a reaction to state-enforced secularization?

The Judaica Collections of the University Library

Learn more about our collections and how to orient yourself in the catalogues of the university library.

Moses Mendelssohn Zentrum Potsdam (page in German)

One of our affiliated institutes is the MMZ, which researches the history, religion and culture of the Jews in Europe.

Selma Stern Zentrum für Jüdische Studien

The Department of Jewish Studies and Religious Studies is significantly involved at the Selma Stern Zentrum für Jüdische Studien Berlin-Brandenburg.