As Jewish students enter college campuses in large numbers, it is crucial that student affairs educators understand their history as a means of best serving this population and combating anti-Semitism. In realizing the dualistic nature of Judaism as a religion and ethnicity, this paper examines the history of anti-Semitism experienced by Jewish American both abroad and nationally, particularly in institutions of higher learning. Additionally, anti-Semitism and Jewish life on campuses today is discussed as a means of assessing institutional support.
"Jewish American Students: Looking Back to Move Forward,"
The Vermont Connection: Vol. 34
, Article 10.
Available at: http://scholarworks.uvm.edu/tvc/vol34/iss1/10