Yiddish and Hebrew

SEMESTER!SERIESThe Yiddish Language and Culture Program offers undergraduate language training, scholarships for overseas intensive study, postgraduate supervision, and an annual Kronhill Visiting Scholar in Yiddish Culture. A prime feature of the program is the research conducted by ACJC scholars on the history of Yiddish Melbourne. For further information about Yiddish language study contact the convenor, Hinde Ena Burstin. The ACJC also offers the Dalia Pizmony Hebrew Language Program incorporating a Biblical Hebrew study group and scholarships for Hebrew language intensives in Israel. Contact the Dalia Pizmony Biblical Hebrew instructor, Rina Lahav.

Minor in Jewish studies: Yiddish language stream

Students studying a minor in Jewish studies, Yiddish language stream must complete four units (24 points) from the list below:

  • ATS1336 Yiddish language, culture and literature 1A
  • ATS1337 Yiddish language, culture and literature 1B
  • ATS2795 Yiddish language, culture and literature 2A
  • ATS2796 Yiddish language, culture and literature 2B
  • ATS3814 Yiddish language, culture and literature 3A
  • ATS3815 Yiddish language, culture and literature 3B
  • The Dalia Pizmony Hebrew Language Program incorporates Hebrew language scholarships to Israel for undergraduate and postgraduate research students. The program also offers instruction (non-accredited) in ... Read more
  • Monash University has an Exchange Agreement with several Israeli universities including the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Tel Aviv University. The ACJC offers scholarships for Hebrew ... Read more
  • Each year, the ACJC awards a number of overseas travel scholarship for students to study Hebrew and Yiddish. Undergraduate and Honours applications for language scholarships ... Read more
  • The Yiddish Melbourne project is designed and led by Professor Andrew Markus.  Much of the research and writing was undertaken by Dr Miriam Munz and ... Read more
  • The Australian Centre for the Study of Jewish Civilisation of Monash University in Melbourne is proud to announce that the Yisroel Shtern Project, whose development ... Read more