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1. The Chaim Rosenberg School of Jewish Studies coordinates the admissions procedure and courses for doctoral students in Jewish studies through the Committee for Research Students in Jewish studies, which supervises their admission and the course of their studies from the beginning up to the submission of the thesis and the award of a PhD degree.


2. Academic publications
Over 400 titles have been published through the school since it was founded, in Hebrew and in English, including academic research in various different branches of Jewish studies.


3. ‘Te‘udah’
This is the annual research publication of the school, published in Hebrew with English summaries since 1980. Up to now, 23 volumes have been published in this series, which is devoted to research in the different branches of Judaica, either as interdisciplinary volumes or volumes devoted to a single subject. The nature of each volume is determined by the editorial board every year.  The editors hereby invite scholars from Israel and abroad to submit the results of their research for publication in ‘Te‘udah.’ The papers are peer-reviewed, and those accepted are usually published in the annual within a year or two of submission.


4. ‘Sadan’
This is a collection of research papers on Hebrew literature, the result of the initiative of the Dov Sadan foundation, set up by Zelig Lavon, and called after Dov Sadan, which is published by the School in collaboration with the Laura Schwartz-Kipp Centre for the Study of Hebrew Literature and Culture.  Six volumes of ‘Sadan’ have been published.


5. Scientific conferences and study days
The school holds internal, national and international conferences and study days initiated by the departments, research institutes, chairs and centres associated with the school.
The school runs a major lecture series, ‘Bimat HaHoqer,’ aimed at the teaching staff, students and an invited audience. In this forum the lecturers, members of staff and scholars from Israel and abroad present some of their research. The lectures take place once a week, on Tuesdays at 6pm throughout the academic year. The subject of the lecture series in 2010-2011 is:
Between the Tower of Babel and the Melting Pot: Meetings of Cultures.
The income from the series is devoted to scholarships. (registration)
Similarly, there are monthly meetings of the forum ‘Majles:’ (up to the time of writing there have been over 90 meetings). This is an interdepartmental seminar devoted to research into Judaeo-Arabic, for scholars and students of this subject.