Prof. Howard Lupovitch, Ph.D.
Professor Howard Lupovitch is Associate Professor of History and Director of the Cohn-Haddow Center for Judaic Studies at Wayne State University. He was educated at the University of Michigan and Columbia University (earning a Ph.D. in History from the latter). Over his career, Prof. Lupovitch has taught at Cornell University, Colby College, the University of Western Ontario, and the University of Michigan, where he was also a fellow at the Frankel Institute for Advanced Judaic Studies. Prof. Lupovitch is the author of Jews at the Crossroads: Tradition and Accommodation during the Golden Age of the Hungarian Nobility and Jews and Judaism in World History, and is presently completing a history of the Jews of Budapest
Praise for Howard Lupovoitch
“I have seen Professor Lupovitch speak many times, and every time, I am captivated by his encyclopedic memory and the fervor with which he teaches. His passion for history, Jewish tradition, and the passage of knowledge from one generation to the next is obvious and contagious. Professor Lupovitch’s dedication to teaching has enriched our community and no doubt each community that has welcomed him into their synagogues and classrooms.”– Rabbi Jennifer Kaluzny, Temple Israel (West Bloomfield, Michigan)“Prof. Howard Lupovitch is one of the most brilliant and engaging adult educators I have encountered in my more than 30 years of professional and volunteer involvement in lifelong Jewish learning. I have attended hundreds of Jewish history lectures by him over the years and always come away having learned something new and exciting about the topic at hand. Prof. Lupovitch has a large and faithful following among adult learners in Metro Detroit, who flock to his lectures enthusiastically, no matter what the specific topic might be.”– Nancy Kaplan, Co-founder and coordinator of Eilu ‘ Eilu, a lifelong learning consortium in metropolitan Detroit
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