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Jewish Studies Program

Faculty

Brandon Judell

Lecturer
Jewish Studies
Division of Humanities and the Arts

Office: NAC 6/316
Phone: 212 650 7367
E-mail: bjudell@aol.com
   
About Brandon Judell

Brandon Judell, M.A., City College, Lecturer; Coordinator, The Simon H. Rifkind Center. His area of specialty is cinema. He has been a journalist for over 30 years and has been published in The Forward, The Village Voice, The New York Daily News, indieWire.com, and has written about AIDS in Israel for the Journal of the International Association of Physicians in AIDS Care. Heteaches courses on the history of Jewish cinema.  He has been awarded the "Outstanding Teacher Award" at CCNY,  has instructed at the School of Visual Arts plus the Center for Workers Education, and has been a judge at the Berlin Film Festival.

 

Amy Kratka

Assistant Director
Jewish Studies
Division of Humanities and the Arts

Office: NAC 5/202
Phone: 212-650-6790
E-mail: KratkaCCNY@yahoo.com
   
About Amy Kratka
Amy W. Kratka, Ph.D., Boston University, Lecturer in Foreign Languages; Assistant Director, Jewish Studies Program. Her area of specialty is postwar and contemporary Jewish American fiction. She has published in MELUS and The Forward and teaches courses in Jewish literature, culture, and religion, and Modern Hebrew. She has taught at Boston University and at Queens College, CUNY.

Roy Mittelman

Director
Jewish Studies
Division of Humanities and the Arts

Office: NAC 5/202
Phone: 212-650-7522
E-mail: rm@bway.net
   
About Roy Mittelman
Roy Mittelman, Ph.D., Temple University, Director of the Jewish Studies Program at CCNY. Dr. Mittelman received his BA from the University of Pennsylvania, a Masters in Religion from Temple University, and is a graduate of the Reconstructionalist Rabbinical College in Philadelphia. His photo-ethnographic work on Jewish communities has been widely shown and published.