Through the generosity of the Drucker family, the Program is able to offer an annual prize for the best senior thesis related to Judaic Studies (broadly defined). Before the establishment of the Program, the prize was offered under the auspices of the Committee for Jewish Studies, the Program's predecessor.
The 2020 Drucker first prize was awarded to Talia Anisfeld, Department of Anthropology, for "Disidentification among Jewish Ethiopian Israelis." Co-second prize was awarded to Rafi Lehmann, Department of History for “URBAN ENGRAVINGS: Space, Place, and Catastrophe in Twentieth-Century Jewish Vilna” and Tali Pelts, Department of Religion, for “ORNAMENT OF ALL SEPPHORIS?
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For more information about the Drucker Prize, please contact the program.