The Judaic Studies Program of the University of California, San Diego, is dedicated to researching and teaching all facets of Jewish culture and history, from Iron Age Israel and the Levant through the twenty-first century Diaspora. Each year, experts in Jewish languages, history, literature, archaeology and anthropology offer instruction to hundreds of graduate and undergraduate students. Our aims are to foster knowledge and understanding of Jews and Judaism in all students, irrespective of background, and to train future scholars of Judaic Studies.
The San Diego Jewish World released this story about UC San Diego's Holocaust Living History Workshop--a project funded by the Judaic Studies Program and the library. Read the story here: http://www.sdjewishworld.com/2015/03/14/ucsd-offers-public-access-to-shoah-archive/