Brandeis University Establishes Chair in Hebrew Literature and Ethics
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Brandeis University Establishes Chair in Hebrew Literature and Ethics

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Brandeis University today announced the establishment of the Michael Tuch Chair in Hebrew Literature and Ethics. Named for the donor, Michael Tuch, a Brooklyn philanthropist, the chair will permit the University to enlarge its programs of Hebrew culture established at the University’s inception in the fall of 1948.

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