With an anthropology BA, MA and PhD in hand, Moshe Kornfeld is working on a book and a podcast, and is teaching in the DU Center for Judaic Studies as the inaugural Postdoctoral Fellow in the American Jewish Experience.
News & Events
Discover what's happening at the Center for Judaic Studies, the Rocky Mountain Jewish Historical Society and the Holocaust Awareness Institute. Read about Judaic Studies students and faculty, and join us for our many events and conferences, including the Fred Marcus Memorial Holocaust Lecture, the Vinnik Evening of Jewish Culture, the Week of Jewish Philosophy and the Hebrew Seminar, as well as frequent online exhibitions highlighting the collections in the Beck Archives.
Upcoming Center for Judaic Studies Events
November 9, 2021
19th Annual Fred Marcus Memorial Holocaust Lecture
HAI welcomes Judy Batalion, author of "The Light of Days: The Untold Story of Women Resistance Fighters in Hitler's Ghettos," a thrilling account of “ghetto girls” who worked as covert agents and organized resistance cells against the Nazis in wartime Poland.
Holocaust survivors, students and educators attend free. Please contact HAI to request tickets: firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-871-3013.
- 7:00 p.m.
- Elaine Wolf Theatre, 350 S Dahlia St, Denver, CO 80246
Vinnik Evening of Jewish Culture
Sandy Vinnik was a passionate advocate for the advancement of Jewish studies and a leader in the Denver Jewish community. As part of her work with the center, the Rocky Mountain Jewish Historical Society and the Holocaust Awareness Institute, Sandy founded the Dr. Irwin E. Vinnik Fellowship for Advanced Study, providing funding for research and educational projects and learning trips to Israel. Sandy worked tirelessly to promote scholarship and understanding of Jewish culture. Each year, we honor her memory at the Vinnik Evening of Jewish Culture, which brings the community together for a night of film in partnership with the Denver Jewish Film Festival.