Over the past several years, the following institutions have welcomed our M.A. graduates to their Ph.D. programs:
- Stanford University (Jewish History; Religious Studies)
- Yale University (Anthropology; Arabic & Islamic Studies)
- SOAS, University of London (Comparative Literature)
- Duke University (Religious Studies)
- Columbia University (Yiddish)
- Northwestern University (Communication Arts)
- University of Chicago (Islamic Thought)
- Boston University (Religious Studies)
Our M.A. graduates have also been welcomed to Ph.D. programs here at Washington University in St. Louis in Anthropology and Comparative Literature.
Ph.D. Option in Jewish, Islamic and Near Eastern Studies
The Department of Jewish, Islamic and Near Eastern Languages and Cultures does not currently offer a home-based Ph.D. program. Students who would like to pursue a Ph.D. in one of the fields of Jewish Studies or Islamic and Near Eastern Studies may do so under the auspices of a Ph.D. granting department or program (such as History, Anthropology, or Comparative Literature) in cooperation with participating faculty from Jewish, Islamic, and Near Eastern Languages and Cultures. In such instances the prospective student should apply directly to the appropriate disciplinary department or program.