The Center of Jewish Studies at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences is to pursue researches in Jewish culture, history (with a special respect to the history of Jews in Hungary) and tradition (including Bible and rabbinics).
The Center for Religion and Modernity (CRM) is an interdisciplinary research cluster at the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität (WWU) which focuses on investigating the changing role of religions, churches, religious communities, and religious actors in modern societies.
The Vered Jewish Canadian Studies Program promotes an understanding of Jewish life, culture, language, literature and history in Canada. The program offers a variety of courses in an interdisciplinary environment with courses in Jewish Canadian culture, history, literature and Yiddish.
The Concordia Institute for Canadian Jewish Studies is dedicated to the study of the Canadian Jewish experience through research, education, and community partnerships.
The Centre for Jewish Studies at the University of Toronto provides undergraduate and graduate programs related to Jewish studies in archeology, art, history, languages, literature, performance, philosophy, political science, religion, and sociology.
The ACJS / Aéjc is a national organization with headquarters in Montreal. Since the 1970s the organization has been affiliated with several local Jewish historical societies and organizations throughout Canada.
The Institute for Jewish History is associated with The University of Vienna and was established in 1988 as a place for remembering Jewish history.
Cecilia Gonzalez-Andrieu is assistant professor of theological studies at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles and is an expert in Latino theology. She is fluent in Spanish.
The Rev. Dorian Llywelyn is chair of the Catholic studies program at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. He is fluent in Spanish and can discuss the church’s changing demographics.