Programs & Projects

Rosen Lectures Series & Artist in Residence

Mr. Irving Rosen and Mrs. Regina Rosen (Arts 1980) have undertaken to endow a permanent lecture series in Jewish Studies at Queen's University. The purpose of the series is to enable the wider community to better understand the living and vital tradition of Judaism, its relationship to other religious traditions and its role in the development of contemporary civilizations, and to explore the historical role played by Jews and Jewish thought.

View Rosen Lectures Series

Saleh Sassoon Mahlab: Jewish Muslim Dialogue Project

The Department of Jewish Studies is committed to encouraging ongoing interfaith dialogue. Funding is provided from the Archie Bennett Dialogue Project Fund and the Saleh Sassoon Mahlab Fund in Jewish Muslim Relations to offer courses in undergraduate studies every year.

View Saleh Sassoon Mahlab

The Harry and Sylvia Rosen Memorial Symposia

Sylvia Rosen, with the support of Merle and Philip Koven, Harvey Rosen and Sharon Monson, and Merrill and Wayne Rosen, has endowed a permanent symposium, seminar, and conference series in Jewish Studies at Queen's University. The purpose of these programs is to stimulate a greater awareness for Jewish Studies at Queen's and in the Kingston community, its role in the arts and sciences, and its relationship with general cultural developments.

View the Harry and Sylvia Rosen Memorial Symposia

Partnered Events

View our past partnered events with individuals and groups here in Kingston and around the world.

View Partnered Events

Work with Jewish Studies

Are you interested in working with Jewish Studies? Does your event fall within our guidelines? If so plJease submit a form, including all relevant information. The director of Jewish Studies will routinely review and decide upon applications, in consultation (where advisable) with the steering committee.

Work with Us