More Brandeis-Based Resources
Below are just some of the Research and Publications available at Brandeis. Click here for the complete list.
A resource for the Brandeis community to showcase, organize, share, and preserve research and scholarship in an Open Access repository.
Dedicated to strengthening the human and financial resources that form the foundation of the Jewish communal infrastructure.
Database of Research and publications as related to the Schneider Institutes for Health Policy.
The IJE has many resources available to educators in the field of experiential Jewish education including articles, reports on research in the field and curricula for community Hebrew high schools.
This is a guide to the Special Collections held at Brandeis, including manuscripts and rare books.
The activities of the Research Circle encourage undergraduates to undertake advanced classroom learning and research, for faculty to provide students with curricular offerings and supervised research opportunities, and for faculty and students to collaborate on original research projects focused on democracy and cultural pluralism.
The comprehensive online resource center for Summer Institute fellows.
The Gender & Justice Project reporting beat examines continuing injustices and biases that are harming women and their children—in the workplace, in family life, in the courts, in health care, in public policy, and in the media—and yet are not being fully or accurately reported.
Research & Publications
Brandeis University faculty pair with colleagues and institutions from around the world to investigate issues that cross borders.
Akakura Mountain Shrine Project (Immortal Wishes)
Based on Professor Ellen Schattschneider's field research at Akakura Mountain (Tohoku, Japan), this virtual exhibit includes graphics, pictures, and video footage.
ATLAS Experiment at CERN
Members of the Brandeis High Energy Physics Group are among the 1,800 scientists from around the world leading the ATLAS Experiment at CERN's Large Hadron Collider, located on the Franco-Swiss border.
Brandeis-Hong Kong Aging Research Exchange
Professor Derek Isaacowitz's lab (psychology) works in partnership with researchers at the Chinese University of Hong Kong on aging, providing exchanges of faculty and students.
Classical Artifact Research Center
The collection, directed by Professor Ann Olga Koloski-Ostrow (Classics) houses some 800 ancient objects and supports several student internships.
A program of the International Center for Ethics, Justice, and Public Life, Coexistence International (CI) works to promote complementary approaches between coexistence practitioners and related fields, such as development, governance, human rights, security, and the arts. With partners around the world, CI conducts research on cross-cutting global issues.
The Crown Center Publications
Middle East Briefs, Crown Papers, Essay Series, and Updates from the Crown Center for Middle East Studies.
Families, Children, and the Holocaust
Launched in February 2009, the mission of the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute Project on Families, Children and the Holocaust is to introduce a new dimension to Holocaust studies - interdisciplinary research on the histories and representations of East European Jewish families and children from 1933 to the present.
Feminist Sexual Ethics Project
Supported by the Ford Foundation, the Brandeis Feminist Sexual Ethics Project explores the relationship of sexual ethics to the traditions of Islam, Judaism, and Christianity. It features a virtual research gallery and related courses and publications.
Gender, Culture, Religion, and Law
The mission of the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute Project on Gender, Culture, Religion and the Law is to support research and activism which explores conflicts between women's claims to gender equality and legal norms justified in terms of religious and cultural traditions. Researchers work with people and institutions abroad via a cross-cultural approach.
The Genographic Project: Journey of Humankind
Brandeis students have the opportunity to trace their family ancestry back to the earliest humans as part of the Brandeis Explores the Journey of Humankind Project. The project is part of a non-profit, five-year global research partnership of National Geographic and IBM that seeks to chart new knowledge about the migratory history of the human species and answer old-age questions surrounding the genetic diversity of humanity.
Hebrew University research and study partnerships
In addition to several collaborations with Brandeis research institutes, undergraduates study abroad at the Hebrew University through a direct-enrollment arrangement.
Sierra del Lacandón Archaeology Project
Directed by Professor Charles Golden (anthropology), the Sierra del Lacandón Regional Archaeology Project is the first systematic archaeological survey in the Sierra del Lacandón.
Smiths Detection-Wangh Labs
Through a partnership with UK-based Smiths Detection, Professor Larry Wangh's lab (biology) is working on cutting-edge DNA technology for diagnosing diseases.
Programs in Sustainable International Development (SID)
SID programs, based at the Heller School for Social Policy and Management, work with development practitioners around the globe on issues of poverty, the environment, and public health.
Tel Aviv University research and study partnerships
Relationships include research partnerships and programming with Brandeis University's Tauber Institute for the Study of European Jewry and an exchange-study partnership with the Brandeis International Business School.