The Hebrew@Stanford Project is devoted to promoting the study and research of Hebrew and Israeli culture at Stanford. It is located at the Taube Center for Jewish Studies and the Division of Literatures, Cultures and Languages. The project works in collaboration with other schools, departments and centers on campus. Hebrew@Stanford reaches out to the community outside Stanford in order to enrich the local study of Hebrew and Israeli culture, to share resources and to create connections between the bay area and the academic world at Stanford. Hebrew@Stanford online materials, publications and international activists turned Stanford into one of the main venues outside of Israel for the study and research of Hebrew and Israeli culture. The Project is supported by funds from Taube Center for Jewish Studies and additional grants.
For information about Graduate Studies that includes a focus on Hebrew Literature check the PhD program of the Department of Comparative Literature, Stanford University
Hebrew@Stanford is administered by the project coordinator Vered Kati Shemtov. Website: https://dlcl.stanford.edu/people/vered-karti-shemto