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  • Learn more about the Schwalb Center

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  • Working an Archive

    JOIN US January 25th to hear from historians from the US Holocaust Memorial Museum

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  • Samuel Bak at UNO

    World-renowned artist and Holocaust survivor Samuel Bak's exhibition at UNO, Fall 2019

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  • Are Reparations Possible? September 25th, 2019

    The Schwalb Center sponsored panel "Are Reparations Possible? Lessons to the United States from South Africa" with the Honorable Richard Goldstone and Dr. Lewis Gordon, moderated by UNO's Dr. Alecia Anderson, at the UNO Criss Library on September 25th, 2019

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The Natan & Hannah Schwalb Center for Israel & Jewish Studies

Bringing the Richness of a Great World Culture to the Heartland

Established in 2009, The Natan & Hannah Schwalb Center for Israel & Jewish studies’ mission is to create, coordinate, and promote interdisciplinary programming focused on teaching and scholarship in: Israel Studies, Jewish Studies, and the history, politics, cultures and societies of the Middle East.

Our primary goal is to expand knowledge about Israel, Judaism, and the Middle East on the university campus and beyond, while promoting and facilitating collaborative scholarship with institutions in Israel and around the world.  Our operational values are excellence, collaboration, diversity, critical thinking, and academic independence.