Australian Centre for Jewish Civilisation

Australian Centre for Jewish Civilisation

The Australian Centre for Jewish Civilisation (ACJC) is an interdisciplinary centre that sits within the School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies (SOPHIS) in the Faculty of Arts. Our researchers are immersed in the academic study of the cultures, literatures, politics and histories of Jewish civilisation. We are known for our global internships and overseas study trips to Israel, Europe and Rwanda.

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Photographs from the Tom Segev seminar series!

Photographs from the Tom Segev seminar series!

Tom Segev is an Israeli historian and retired journalist. His weekly column was published for thirty years in Haaretz, Israel’s leading daily newspaper.

People ask me why I love Africa so much, and this is my answer: There is a lesson for everyone in Africa – By Naomi Brooks

We could all do with a share of the qualities of African people. I am far from being a writer, but I’m writing this to try and help others understand what is so incredible about this region, about why it means so much to me, and with the hope that you will take the time to understand it for yourself.

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Global internship opportunities for Monash University students.

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Polish Jewish Youth on the Eve of the Holocaust

What did the lives of Polish Jewish youth look like on the eve of the Holocaust? Drawing upon a treasure trove of letters, diaries, and autobiographies written by Polish Jewish youth in the 1930s, this lecture explores their dynamic and turbulent lives.

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